General Linguistics Colloquium (WiSe 2019/2020)

Day, place: (with few exceptions) tuesdays, 16:15-17:45, in SPW 0.114

Organizers: Götz Keydana and Stavros Skopeteas

22.10.19 Start-up meeting

29.10.19. Stavros Skopeteas (Göttingen):
Resumptive pronouns and information structure in Kwa languages

Thursday, 07.11.19., 16:15-17:45, Silvia Luraghi (University of Pavia),
Perception verbs in Homeric Greek
Guglielmo Inglese (University of Pavia):
The diachrony of the Hittite middle voice

12.11.19. nobody (nowhere):

19.11.19. Saverio Dalpedri (University of Göttingen):
Possibility and necessity in non-finite modal forms of Homeric Greek

26.11.19. Katherine Hodgson (Inalco, Paris):
Relativization strategies in spoken Armenian

03.12.19. Vassilios Spyropoulos (National-Kapodistrian University of Athens):
Root allomorphy in Greek: a harmonic grammar approach in a DM architecture

11-14.12.19. LinG2 (Göttingen State and University Library, Großer Seminarraum):
Number and plurality: cross-linguistic variation in the nominal domain (11-12.12),
New Ways of Analyzing Ancient Greek, 1 (13-14.12).

17.12.19. Georg Höhn (Göttingen), Alain Hien (Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan):
Variation in the syntax of pre-nominal a in three Gur languages of Burkina Faso (Dagara, Mooré, Koromfé)

07.01.20. Yidong Yu (Göttingen):
Morphosyntactic constraints on number category:
the case of optional plural marking in Yucatec Maya

14.01.20. Vivi Savvidou (National-Kapodistrian University of Athens):
Evaluative morphology in Modern Greek: a corpus-based approach

21.01.20. Miguel Villanueva-Svensson (Vilnius University):
The a:-presents in Anatolian, Indo-European, and Balto-Slavic

28.01.20. Emese Bodnár (Debrecen, Göttingen):
Spatial relations in Indonesian

04.02.20. Nina Adam (Göttingen):
Clitic and non-clitic auxiliaries in Czech

Nota bene:

24.10.19. Nina Adam (Göttingen):
Klitika im Tschechischen. Reduzierte Wörter und ihre Position im Satz (talk in the conference "Geisteswissenschaftliche Einblicke", GSGG, Göttingen)

29.01.20. Götz Keydana (Göttingen):
Talk in the Slavic Linguistics Colloquium