Sonderforschungsbereich 732:

Activities - Guest lecture series
Time & venue unless otherwise stated:
Thursdays, 5.30-7 p.m., room 17.17 (Keplerstr. 17, first floor)
Programme SS 2010 
 22.04.2010Andreas Nolda
HU Berlin
[SFB] Morphological and Syntactic Conversion in German: A Functional Word- and Paradigm Approach to Word Formation
 29.04.2010Christian Chiarcos
Universität Potsdam
The Mental Salience Framework:Predicting packaging preferences for Natural Language Generation
 EXTRA TALK: 5.30-7 p.m. , room 17.91 (Forschungsseminar IfLA)
Jonathan Bobaljik
University of Connecticut
Gut, besser, ... : Universals in Comparative Morphology
 06.05.2010NO TALK
 20.05.2010Susi Wurmbrand
University of Connecticut
Parasitic morphology in Germanic: Consequences for the theory of feature checking
 07.06.2010EXTRA TALK: 3.45-5.15 p.m., room 12.21 (IMS)
Malte Zimmermann (& Mira Grubic)
Universität Potsdam
Focus Realisation and (Free) Association with Focus in Ngamo (West Chadic)
EXTRA TALK: 2-3.30 p.m., room 17.74
Tony McEnery
Lancaster University
The Neo-Firthian Paradigm: - Critical Reflections
 10.06.2010Hubert Haider
Universität Salzburg
Grammatische Illusionen
 17.06.2010Stefan Kaufmann
Northwestern University/Lichtenbergkolleg Göttingen
Modal interpretations of temporal expressions
 24.06.2010Tibor Kiss
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Interpretation and Structure: Conditions for Article Omission in Nominal Complements of Prepostions
01.07.2010Alice ter Meulen
Université de Genève
Temporal reasoning: the interaction of aspectual adverbs and determiners
02.07.2010 EXTRA TALK: 9.45-11.15 a.m., room 3.11 (IMS)
Christian Chiarcos
Universität Potsdam
Towards robust multi-tool tagging: An ontology-based approach
EXTRA TALK: 3.45-5.15 p.m., room 12.21 (IMS)
Michaela Regneri
Universität des Saarlandes
Learning Script Knowledge with Web Experiments
 08.07.2010Lars Konieczny
Universität Freiburg
The psychological reality of local syntactic coherences
 15.07.2010Malte Willer
University of Chicago
Iffy Oughts
 22.07.2010 Isabelle Roy (& Elena Soare)
Université Paris 8 / CNRS
Naming participants in the event(uality)