Nominal Modification

The Graduate School on Nominal Modification at the University of Frankfurt

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Fenna Bergsma at PlaCiG

Our GK student, Fenna Bergsma will give a talk at PlaCiG – On the place of case in grammar, held from October 18 to October 20, 2018 in Rethymnon, Crete, Greece . The talk is titled  ‘PPs and DPs in Free relatives’.

Priscilla Adenuga at the A0: The Adjective as a Lexical Category workshop

The A0 Workshop will take place in Bled, Slovenia from 11 to 13 October 2018 on the Adjective as a lexical category. This Workshop is part of “The categorical status of adjectives: from theory to typology, and back again” project. Our GK student, Priscilla Adenuga will give a talk on “The Nominal Attributive Modifiers (NAMs) in Ògè”.

Abigail Anne Bimpeh at CALL 2018

Our GK student, Abigail Anne Bimpeh will present her work on ‘Default de se: The interpretation of the Ewe logophor’ at CALL 2018, held from 30th August to 1st September in Leiden, the Netherlands.

Ruby Sleeman and Nicolas Lamoure at TEAM2018

Theoretical and Empirical Approaches to Microvariation (TEAM 2018) will be held from 14 to 15 June in Padua, Italy. Our researchers, Ruby Sleeman and Nicolas Lamoure, will present their work. Ruby Sleeman: “Ordinal numerals in dialects of Dutch” Nicolas Lamoure: “D° ellipsis in D>N>&>N structures: Evidence from micro-variation in (Standard) Italian”  

Yat Han Lai at ICLLS 2018

The Fourth International Conference on Linguistics and Language Studies (ICLLS 2018) will be held from 15 to 16 June  in Hong Kong. Our GK student, Yat Han Lai will present his work on “Grammatical weight and relative clause processing in German and Cantonese”.

Fenna Bergsma at CGG 28

The 28th Colloquium on Generative Grammar (CGG 28) will be held from May 30th to June 1st in Tarragona, Spain. Our GK student, Fenna Bergsma will present her work on “Case mismatches in free relative constructions”.

Sanja Srdanović at IMM18

The 18th International Morphology Meeting will be held in Budapest from 10th to 13th of April, 2018. Our GK student, Sanja Srdanović, will present her work on “Would it be faster, slower or the same with additional morphemes? The (Non)-existence of the Decomposition in the Processing of Deverbal Nominals” (with Anja Šarić and Isidora Gatarić).

Melanie Hobich at CLS 54

CLS54 will be held at the University of Chicago from 26th to 28th of April, 2018. Our GK student, Melanie Hobich, will give a talk on ‘The für in was für: Historic evidence against was für as wh-modification.’

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