17th International Morphology Meeting
It’s been quite an adventure to get here, which you can read about elsewhere.
If four days full of morphology weren’t enough there are workshops specifically on computational methods and discriminative approaches, both of which are obviously of huge interest to me.
I’m also hoping to catch up with Jim Blevins who is a sort of undergraduate version of a Doktorvater to me.
I’m sure in the coming months you’ll see a lot on this blog the seeds of which will have been sown at this conference.
(and yes, that was a legitimate use of the future perfect)