Sonderforschungsbereich 732:

Activities - Guest lecture series

Time & venue:
Mondays, 2-3.30 p.m. (either in room V 5.01/5.02 at the IMS, Pfaffenwaldring 5b or in some room at the KII or KI)
Only alternatively, talks can take place on Thursdays, 5.30-7 p.m. (either at the KII, in room 17.13 or at the IMS, in room V5.01/5.02).

Programme SS 2014 
Paul Cook
University of Melbourne
Using translations into many languages to predict the compositionality of multiword expressions 
06.05.2014 Extra talk: 5.30-7 p.m., room 17.91
Antonella Sorace
University of Edinburgh
Choosing and updating referential expressions in adult late bilingualism
(T) 08.05.2014 Extra talk: 11.30-13.00, room 17.13
Eduardo Blasco Ferrer
Università degli Studi di Cagliari
Second Language Acquisition, Cognitive Psychology and Teaching: How to Learn Swedish, Turkish, Italian, Brasilian as an L2
(T) 08.05.2014
(V 5.01)
Ken Mc Rae
University of Western Ontario
The Organization and Structure of Concepts in Semantic Memory 
Diego Frassinelli
University of Edinburgh
The effect of incremental context on word processing
19.05.2014 SFB meeting, room 17.23
(KII, 17.81)
Julia Zinova
Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Russian perfective verbs:Inferences and meaning components
(KII, 17.81)
Richard Waltereit
Newcastle University
Why it's wrong to say 'please' in French 
09.06.2014 no talk - Pfingstmontag
16.06.2014 no talk
no talk
30.06.2014 SFB meeting, room 17.23
Extra talk: 5.30-7 p.m., Pfaffenwaldring 5a (building next to the IMS), room V 00.009
Louise McNally
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Participant realization and the simple/complex event nominal distinction
(joint work with Scott Grimm)
(T) 03.07.2014
(V 5.01/5.02)
David Jurgens
McGill University, Montreal
Towards a Universal Method for Measuring Semantic Textual Similarity
(KII, 17.81)
Arhonto Terzi
University of Patras
Types of subject raising from complements of seem and the positions of subjects
11.07.2014 Extra talk: 11.30-13.00, room 17.13
Ekkehard König
FU Berlin & Universität Freiburg
Deixis of Manner, Quality and Degree: Neglected Subcategories of Demonstratives
(KII, 17.81)
Tom Rainsford
Oxford University
Traces of Stress Change in Medieval French
15.07.2014 Extra talk: 5.30-7 p.m., room 17.91
Gereon Müller
Universität Leipzig
The short life cycle of external arguments in German passive derivations