LinG Colloquium Series
Winter Term 2020-21
Unless announced otherwise, the LinG Colloquium will take place on Wednesdays, 4–6 pm (ct).
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, the meetings will not be held in the usual way but in the form of a video conference. For this the video conference provider Zoom will be used. Detailed information as to how to join the meetings will be shared via the LinG mailing list.
Talks will be announced regularly via the LinG mailing list and on this website (see below).
This is a preliminary schedule that will be extended, and possibly altered, in the weeks to come.
- November 4: NO MEETING
- November 11: Gert Webelhuth (Frankfurt) - On the role of c-command in German
- November 18: INTERNAL MEETING
- November 25: Edgar Onea (Graz) - The Unbearable Simplicity of Topics
- December 2: Beste Kamali (Berlin)
- December 9: Leona Polyanskaya (Donostia) - Metacognitive Processing in Statistical Learning is Modulated by Bilingualism
- December 16: Susi Wurmbrand (University of Vienna, Harvard University) - Synthesis in complementation
- December 23: INTERNAL MEETING
- January 13: NO MEETING due to the interdisciplinary workshop "Agency and Intentions in Language" (AIL)
- January 20: Kyle Johnson (UMass Amherst) - A Note on Competition in the Binding Theory
- January 27: Kathryn Davidson (Harvard) - Context selection and alternatives in spatial grammar
- February 3: Michal Starke (Brno) - Unifying syntax and irregular morphology: French verbs
- February 10: Theresa Biberauer (Cambridge)