LinG Colloquium Series
If not announced otherwise, the LinG Colloquium will take place on Wednesdays,
4–6 pm (ct), in room 0.111 of the Verfügungsgebäude (VG), Platz der Göttinger Sieben 7.
Talks will be announced regularly via the LinG mailing list and on this website (see below).
After the colloquia, there will be drinks and dinner.
Summer Term 2018
This is a preliminary schedule that will be extended, and possibly altered, in the weeks to come.
- April 18: Theresa Biberauer (Cambridge / Stellenbosch) — Beyond word order – and syntax: What we can learn from FOFC
- April 25: Michelle Sheehan (Anglia Ruskin) — No escape hatch for A-movement: Evidence from causative/perception verbs
- May 2: Sara Peña Cañas (UPF Barcelona) — Towards a comprehensive grammatical study of polar interrogatives in LSC: Description and analysis through a feature-based theory of biases
- May 9: NO SESSION
- May 16: Kilu von Prince (HU Berlin) — Mapping irreality
- May 23: Jacek Witkoś (Poznań) — Dative-marked arguments as binders in Polish
- May 30: Hazel Pearson (Queen Mary University) — Rethinking the semantics of obligatory control
- June 6: Donna Jo Napoli (Swarthmore) — Influence of predicate sense on sign order: Intensional and extensional verbs
- June 13: Adam Ledgeway (Cambridge) — From Latin to Romance: Deconstructing (non-)configurationality
- June 20: Georg Höhn (Göttingen) — A typology of (ad)nominal person and some implications
- June 27: Ermenegildo Bidese (Trient) — The mechanism of Feature Inheritance: Comparing Italian, German and Cimbrian
- July 4: Boban Arsenijević (Graz)
- July 11: Lucas Champollion (NYU)