Previous meetings

Here’s a list with the speakers, dates and subjects of previous meetings (taken from the old site). For some of these talks (mainly the more recent ones), abstracts are available. You can search them or select the category "previous" from the "categories"column on the right.

  • 20 May 2008, Elizabeth Koier & Elena Tribushinina, Subjectification in adverbs: Two case studies
  • 6 May 2008, Erik Schoorlemmer, Definiteness marking in Germanic DPs
  • 29 April 2008, Michaël Peyrot, Is it possible to apply the theory of the relative stability of language elements to dead languages?
  • 8 April 2008, Roland Hemmauer, Derivational interdependencies in Katwena
  • 25 March 2008, Rinus Verdonschot, Multiple phonological representations in Japanese kanji: cascading activation after all?
  • 11 March 2008, Katerina Soucková, Pluractional verbs in Hausa
  • 26 February 2008, Camelia Constantinescu, On Romanian (sub)comparatives
  • 16 October 2007 – Pepijn Hendriks, Foreign sources, questionable reliability? On a German source for Russian data, Location – LIPSIUS/204
  • 30 October 2007 – Leo Wong, Structuring of event by postverbal particles in Cantonese, Location – LIPSIUS/204
  • 13 November 2007 – Juliette Huber, Referring to space in Makalero, Location – LIPSIUS/204
  • 27 November 2007 – Froukje Henstra, Trying to look at you was in the language of Horace Walpole and his friends: Some issues and results concerning the use of Social Network Analysis, Location – LIPSIUS/204
  • 11 December 2007 – Robin Straaijer, BE or HAVE variation in the letters of Joseph Pristley, Location – LIPSIUS/203
  • 7 June 2007, Tijmen Pronk, Verbal aspect in Slovene
  • 12 April 2007, Assimakis Tseronis, What can the semantics of stance adverbials tell us about their pragmatic effect on the burden of proof?,
  • 29 March 2007, Jenneke van der Wal, ‘Is the preverbal position in Makhuwa a topic-position?’
  • 15 March 2007, Karlijn Navest, ‘John Ash: descriptive or prescriptive grammarian?’
  • 4 January 2007, Annemie Verbist – ‘The Role of Perceptual Salience in the Acquisition of Principle B: Evidence from Cochlear Implanted Children’
  • 30 November 2006, Anne-Christie Hellenthal – on fieldwork on Sheko
  • 16 November 2006, Elena Tribushinina – ‘Co-extension in the domain of dimensional adjectives’
  • 2 November 2006, Stella Grillia ‘What can topics tell us about foci?’
  • 15 June 2006, Annemie Verbist ‘The role of the antecedent’s accessibility in the acquisition of Dutch object pronouns’
  • 1 June 2006, Alwin Kloekhorst ‘A problem of the Hittite verbal system’
  • 11 May 2006, Stephen Laker ‘Doubling of consonants in Northumbrian Old English’
  • 13 April 2006, Luis Vicente ‘Exceptional cases of preposition stranding under sluicing’
  • 30 March 2006, Assimakis Tseronis ‘What is Pragma-dialectics and what do I do with it? On the analysis of argumentative discourse in general, and on the qualification of a standpoint and the burden of proof, in particular’
  • 2 March 2006, Stella Grillia ‘Focus and Topic Constructions in Greek’
  • 16 February 2006, Anita Auer ‘The fate of the English inflectional subjunctive’
  • 2 February 2006, Sander Steeman ‘Plurality in Sandawe (Tanzania)’
  • 15 December 2005, Kristina Riedel ‘Agreement and Argument Structure in Sambaa’
  • 1 December 2005, Erik Schoorlemmer ‘Agree and existentials’
  • 17 November 2005, Birgit Bexten ‘Salience in Hypertext. How multiple preferred centers contribute to coherence in hypertext.’
  • 20 October 2005, Frank Landsbergen and Mika Poss ‘Dutch between German and English’
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