Department and Research Colloquium

Summer term 2019
Thursdays 3:15-4:45pm in room G307 if not otherwise specified

25.04.Forschergruppe "Questions at the interfaces"Constitutional meeting of the 2nd round of the FOR2111
02.05.Jona Sassenhagen
(Goethe-University, Frankfurt)
Triangulating Meaning between Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Neuroscience
09.05.George WalkdenParataxis and hypotaxis: formal and empirical perspectives
16.05.Rajesh Bhatt
(University of Massachusetts, Amrest)
Implications of Feature Realization in Hindi-Urdu: Copular Sentences and Fake Indexicals
23.05.Anna CzypionkaExperimental evidence for a new long-distance licensing phenomenon at the interfaces
13.06. Roland Hinterhölzl
(Università Ca' Foscari, Venezia)

PRO as a radically underspecified pronoun: Evidence from German, Icelandic, and Russian


Julie Franck
(University of Geneva)

Similarity effects in sentence comprehension: the role of memory
04.07.Paula Menendez-Benito
(Eberhard Karls Universität, Tübingen)

Evidence and Directionality

11.07.Juhani Järvikivi
(University of Alberta)
Personality, Politics and Language (PePoL)

Talk doctoral candidates

Monika Lindauer


Anika Lloyd-Smith

Linguisic and sociological factors in the acquisition of German by child heritage speakers. What makes the difference?


Early Italian-German bilinguals acquiring L3 English: What drives transfer from the heritage language?

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