We are happy to announce that on Tuesday, July 11th, GK Colloquium will be hosting an online talk by our invited guest Kriszta Eszter Szendrői (Universität Wien) entitled “The syntax and morphology of the noun phrase in Contemporary Hasidic Yiddish“ (abstract). We invite all interested students and researchers to join us for the talk on Continue Reading
We are happy to announce that our doctoral researcher Giacomo Presotto will give an invited talk on ‘Neither here nor there. Grammar and processing in the theory of locality’ at the seminar of the “Centre de Lingüística Teòrica” – CLT (Center for Theoretical Linguistics) at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). The talk will be Continue Reading
The 12th annual meeting of the North American Phonology Conference, hosted by Concordia University in Montreal, will take place between May 11th-14th, 2023. Our GK student Anna Preßler will present a poster, on May 13th, entitled “Do prosodic factors affect the positioning of French attributive adjectives? Evidence from an acceptability judgment task”. More information on Continue Reading
Experimental approaches to Romance Morphology (ExMorph22), hosted by University of Vienna, will take place on 26th-27th October 2022. Our GK student, Giacomo Presotto will attend the workshop with a talk entitled “The role of DOM in Spanish children’s comprehension of ORCs”. More information on the program and registration can be seen here.
On Tuesday, December 1st virtual GK Colloquium will be hosting a talk by Ana Perez-Leroux & Erin Pettibone (University of Toronto) entitled ‘Context sensitivity and adjective interpretation in Spanish’ (abstract) When: 4:15 pm-6:00 pm (CET)Where: Online via Zoom(if you are not a regular member of RTG ‘Nominal Modification’ please send an e-mail to to receive access link)
Our GK student, Abigail Anne Bimpeh is invited to give at talk at virtual LingORG colloquium organised by Linguistics Department at the University of Oslo. Abigail will present her talk on “Logophoricity is not control: the case of yè” on October 29 at 2 PM (Oslo time). To receive access link to the talk send Continue Reading
On October 30th, Fenna Bergsma will give a talk on ‘Waarmee and met wat in Dutch free relatives’, in Oberseminar English Linguistics (Syntax–Semantics), Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.
Our GK student Fenna Bergama will give a talk in the Colloquium Syntax and its Interfaces at Universität Leipzig on 26th June. The title of her talk is: Grafting nanosyntactic trees: an analysis of case mismatches in free relatives.