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Positional Predicates -- A Tale of adjectival inflection and a life outside the DP
A "former" analysis, or: How to derive intensionality syntactically?
"Semantically bleached or semantically salient? The story of two homonymous particles in Old French"
Reciprocal scope revisited
Mapping Types of Foci in Questions
Nobody Likes «Everyone»
(but most people like lists)
These are two separate talks:
Elena Callegari: 14:15 - 15:00
Jozina Vander Klok: 15:15 - 16:00
Titles and Abstracts below
One Head, Many Features:
Why "Strong" V2 Languages Defy (Strong) Cartography.
V3 clauses in Standard German
Prominent internal possessors and backward possessor raising: The case of Norwegian ryggen på ham 'the back on him'
Please note that these are two separate talks.
14:15 - 15:00: Julia Souma
15:15 - 16:00: Juho Härme
Word-Final Voicing in Artificial Language Learning (ALL) Provides Evidence for Substance
University of California, Berkeley
Eastern Cham optional wh-movement is DC-movement
You don't know what you have until you lose it: what /lu:z/ can tell us about /hæv/
My personal pronoun is I, Robot
Potential Challenges in Human - Robot Communication
"On exceptive clauses in (the history of) Polish"
Variation in parasynthetic compounds of the coarsefibered type
DOM beyond animacy in Polish and Ukrainian
Please note that these are two separate talks:
- Sarah Zobel will talk from 14:15 to 15:00.
- Neda Todorovic will talk from 15:15 to 16:00.
Abstracts and titles can be found below.
Narratorship and different kinds of perspective-taking
The syntax of reported speech: Towards a typology