Nominal Modification

The Research Training Group on Nominal Modification at the Goethe University Frankfurt

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Abigail Anne Bimpeh’s Defense: July 14th, 2021

We are very happy to announce that on July 14th, 2021 (Wednesday), Abigail Anne Bimpeh (GK Alumni) will be defending her doctoral dissertation entitled ‘Logophoricity in Ewe: An Empirical-Semantic Assessment of yè‘. We wish Abby good luck!

Sanja Srdanović’s Defense: June 10th, 2021

We are very happy to announce that on June 10th, 2021 (Thursday), Sanja Srdanović (GK Alumni)  will be defending her doctoral dissertation entitled ‘Referential Properties of Serbian Possessive’. We wish Sanja good luck!

Nicolas Lamoure’s Defense: November 13, 2020

Nicolas Lamoure (GK alumni) will be defending his doctoral dissertation entitled ‘Nominal Coordination in Italian, French and German-Internal and external agreement of D>N&>N constructions’ on November 13th, Friday. We wish him good luck!

Eugenia Fahrnbach’s defense

On April 30th, 2019, Eugenia Fahrnbach successfully defended her thesis entitled “Variation in enclitic possessive constructions in Southern Italian dialects: a syntactic analysis”. Congratulations!

Merle Weicker’s defense

On April 18th, 2019, Merle Weicker successfully defended her thesis entitled “The role of semantic complexity for the acquisition of adjectives”. Congratulations!

Yranahan Traoré’s defense

On February 14th, 2019, Yranahan Traoré successfully defended his thesis entitled “The Morphology and the Phonology of the Nominal Domain in Tagbana”. Congratulations!

Maria Kofer’s defense

On December 21st, 2018, Maria Kofer successfully defended her thesis entitled “Definiteness and nominal modification in the Balkan languages”. Congratulations!

Mariam Kamarauli’s defense

On December 19th, 2018, Mariam Kamarauli successfully defended her thesis entitled “The Nominal Domain in Georgian. A Diachronic Analysis”. Congratulations!

Anja Šarić’s defense

On February 7th, 2018, Anja Šarić successfully defended her thesis entitled “Double genitives, possessives and nominalizations: Evidence for the DP hypothesis in Serbian”. Congratulations!