On Tuesday, October 23rd at 4pm in SH 3.104, Lyn Frazier (University of Massachusetts Amherst) will be giving a talk in the GK colloquium.Title: Processing ellipsis: The circumstances of repairAbstract:There is evidence from the processing of mismatch ellipsis that an antecedent for an elided constituent will be repaired when it does not syntactically match the elided constituent. Such repair operations do not take place indiscriminately but rather Continue Reading
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’.
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”.
The GK colloquium season will kick off with our first speakers Priscilla Adenuga and Fenna Bergsma on Tuesday, October 16th, from 16-18 in SH 3.104. Priscilla Adenuga: “Relabelling Adjunction: A modification analysis in Ògè” In this talk, I show that plural marking is not obligatory in Ògè because it lacks agreement; rather, it belongs to the group of languages that syntactically mark plural with the Continue Reading
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.
Our GK student, Priscilla Lola Adenuga presented her work on ‘Nominal Modification in Ògè and Yorùbá’ at WOCAL9, held from August 25th-28th in Rabat, Morocco .
Our GK student, Abigail Anne Bimpeh presented her work on ‘Default de se: The interpretation of the Ewe logophor’ at LAG 2018, held from 30th July to 1st August in Ghana.
Lecture series in three sessions as part of the Graduate School Nominal Modification. Tuesday 10.07., 10-14, SH 0.108 Wednesday 11.07. 12-16, SH 0.108 Thursday 12.07. 12-16, SH 4.103 (note the room change) Negation is a much-studied aspect of natural language and as a consequence of that study we have an unusually rich and complete typological Continue Reading
Talk as part of the project “Propositionalismus in der linguistischen Semantik” Ivano Caponigro (University of California San Diego) “Richard Montague’s Turn Towards Natural Language ” Time: Tue, 10.07.2018, 4 – 6. Location: SH 3.104 In the early 60s, Richard Montague still believed that: “[The] systematic exploration of the English language, indeed of what might be Continue Reading
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.