Nominal Modification

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

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Timetable for GK Colloquium

Summer Semester 2019

Tuesdays 16:00-18:00 SH 5.105, Uni Campus Westend

DateSpeaker Title
16.04.2019.Tom RoeperHow abstract are real Mental Representations? Searching for the right formulation of recursion in language and Math if they emerge together on the developmental path.
23.04.2019.Artemis Alexiadou *Nominal modification in language contact situations
07.05.2019.Charles YangLanguage shapes children’s understanding of number
14.05.2019.Shravan Vasishth
Prenominal relatives clauses in Mandarin: Implications for theories of sentence processing
21.05.2019.Hannah SandeDoubly morphologically conditioned phonology
04.06.2019.Elsi KaiserHead-final relative clauses and animacy effects: What corpus patterns and psycholinguistic studies can tell us
11.06.2019.Zorica Puškar GallienDisassembling and reassembling pronouns
18.06.2019.Elly van Gelderen
Remarks on nominal modification

*Inauguration of the 2nd funding period of the Research Training Group on ‘Nominal Modification’

6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Room IG 1.314 (Eisenhower-Room)

Winter Semester 2018/2019

16.10.2018.Priscilla AdenugaRelabelling Adjunction: A modification analysis in Ògè
Fenna BergsmaOn the distribution of waarmee and met wat in Dutch free relatives
23.10.2018.Lyn FrazierProcessing ellipsis: The circumstances of repair
30.10.2018.Gregory ScontrasThe role of subjectivity in adjective ordering preferences
06.11.2018.Ianthi TsimpliAspects of linguistic complexity in bilingual children’s grammars
13.11.2018.Yat Han LaiProcessing non-canonical structures in Cantonese
20.11.2018.Lydia GroheRound blue table or blue round table: The production of double prenominal adjectives in acquisition
27.11.2018.Ruby SleemanPrenominal modifiers in Dutch: ordinals and superlatives
04.12.2018.Abigail BimpehOn (anti)logophoricity in Ewedomegbe
11.12.2018.Enoch AbohD: A spurious category
18.12.2018.Sanja SrdanovićBinding Principle B in Serbian possessive constructions: clitics vs. strong pronouns
15.01.2019.Natalia GagarinaReferentiality in bilingual oral and written texts
Marcel den DikkenOne syntax for all: A unified representational system for syntax and phonology
22.01.2019.Melanie HobichFrom head to phrase to clause. The syntactic change of quantifiers in Germanic and its implications for ‘was für’
29.01.2019.David Adger Meaningless Movements in the Noun Phrase
05.02.2019.Astrid GößweinExtended nominal modifiers – participle constructions in German and English
12.02.2019.Sebastian Bredemann Phonological agreement
Emine ŞahingözOssetic Phrasal Accent - A first Approach

Summer Semester 2018

10.10.2018.Ivano CaponigroRichard Montague’s Turn Towards Natural Language
26.06.2018.Philippe SchlenkerGestural Semantics
29.05.2018.Heidi KlockmannFrom N to Q: The morphosyntax of Polish and English quantificational expressions
15.05.2018.Shigeru MiyagawaDeriving Case Theory
08.05.2018.Malte ZimmermannFind Construction Analyze: Making Sense of Serial Verb Constructions

Winter Semester 2017/2018

Date Speaker Title
06.02.2018.Sabina Halupka-RešetarWh-phrases in the nominal domain in Serbian
23.01.2018.Ruby SleemanOrdinal numerals in dialects of Dutch
Lydia GroheThe acquisition of double prenominal modifiers
16.01.2018.Priscilla AdenugaNominal Attributive Modifiers (NAM) in Ògè
Carolin ReinertThe role of context for as- and for-intersectives
09.01.2018.Melanie Hobich The origin of the German(ic) was für construction and its implications.
Abigail Anne BimpehExclusives in Ewe
12.12.2017.Astrid GößweinExperimental studies on the agreement of hybrid nouns in German
Sanja SrdanovićThe structure and binding of Serbian possessives: a challenge for bilinguals?
05.12.2017.Fenna BergsmaSyncretism = shared syntax + shared spellout
Yat Han LaiProcessing Relative Clauses in German and Cantonese: an experimental study