Guest lectures

June 2017
dr Andre Mei­n­unger, ZAS (Cen­ter for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics), Berlin, Ger­many, lec­tures on “Ger­man (and Ger­man­ic)” (02.06.2017)

June 2017
dr Beste Kamali, Uni­ver­si­ty of Biele­feld, Ger­many, lec­tures on “Turk­ish” (01.06.2017)

May 2017
dr Gior­gos Spathas, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, lec­tures on “Greek” (26.05.2017)

May 2017
prof. dr Man­fred Krif­ka, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, Ger­many & ZAS (Cen­ter for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics), lec­tures on “Aus­trone­sian lan­guages” (25.05.2017)

May 2017
dr Ton­jes Veen­stra, ZAS (Cen­ter for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics) Berlin, Ger­many, lec­tures on “Cre­ole lan­guages” (16–18.05.2017)

May 2017
prof. dr Susann Fis­ch­er, Uni­ver­si­ty of Ham­burg, Ger­many, lec­tures on “Romance lan­guages” (11.05.2017)

May 2017
prof. dr Elis­a­beth Ver­ho­even, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, lec­tures on “Maya lan­guages” (08.05.2017)

April 2017
dr Ines Fiedler, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, Ger­many, lec­tures on “Mor­phosyn­tax of Kwa lan­guages” (21.04.2017)

June 2016
prof. Iri­na Sek­e­ri­na, Col­lege of Stat­en Island of the City Uni­ver­si­ty of New York (CUNY), USA, pre­sen­ta­tion: “What  eye move­ments can tell us about pro­cess­ing of com­plex struc­tures in Russ­ian” (10.06.2016)

June 2016
dr Ines Fiedler, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, Ger­many, lec­tures on “Mor­phosyn­tax of Kwa lan­guages” (09.06.2016)

June 2016
prof. dr Artemis Alex­i­adou, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, Ger­many & ZAS (Cen­ter for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics), lec­tures on “Greek syn­tax: a com­par­a­tive per­spec­tive” (03.06.2016)

May 2016
dr Andre Mei­n­unger, ZAS (Cen­ter for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics), Berlin, Ger­many, lec­tures on “Ger­man (and Ger­man­ic)” (20.05.2016)

May 2016
dr Ton­jes Veen­stra, ZAS (Cen­ter for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics) Berlin, Ger­many, lec­tures on “Cre­ole lan­guages” (17–19.05.2016)

April 2016
prof. dr Man­fred Krif­ka, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, Ger­many & ZAS (Cen­ter for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics), lec­tures on “Aus­trone­sian lan­guages with spe­cial ref­er­ence to Daakie (spo­ken in Ambrym, Van­u­atu)” (21.04.2016)

April 2016
prof. dr Susann Fis­ch­er, Uni­ver­si­ty of Ham­burg, Ger­many, lec­tures on “Romance lan­guages and lin­guis­tic analy­ses” (14.04.2016)

April 2016
dr Beste Kamali, Uni­ver­si­ty of Biele­feld, Ger­many, lec­tures on “Turk­ish” (07.04.2016)

March 2016
mgr Marcin Wągiel, Palacký Uni­ver­si­ty. Olo­mouc, Czech Repub­lic, lec­ture: “Adjec­tives and kind mod­i­fi­ca­tion” (24.03.2016)

March 2016
mgr Marcin Wągiel,  Palacký Uni­ver­si­ty. Olo­mouc, Czech Repub­lic, lec­ture: “Seman­tic change: The seman­tics of group nouns, mea­sure words, and indef­i­nite quan­ti­fiers from a diachron­ic per­spec­tive” (24.03.2016)

March 2016
mgr Marcin Wągiel,  Palacký Uni­ver­si­ty. Olo­mouc, Czech Repub­lic, lec­ture: “Com­po­si­tion­al seman­tics of deriva­tion­al­ly com­plex numer­al expres­sions in Slav­ic” (23.03.2016)

March 2016
prof. Mojmír Dočekal, Masaryk Uni­ver­sity, Brno, Czech Repub­lic, pre­sen­ta­tion: “Neg-rais­ing in Slav­ic: Exper­i­ments and fac­tors” (joint work with Jakub Dot­lačil) (22.03.2016)

Decem­ber 2015
prof. Col­in Phillips, Uni­ver­si­ty of Mary­land, USA, “The Nature of Lin­guis­tic Con­straints: Expla­na­tion and Reduc­tion­ism” (18.12.2015)

Decem­ber 2015
prof. Col­in Phillips, Uni­ver­si­ty of Mary­land, USA, “Com­pre­hen­sion, Pro­duc­tion and Pre­dic­tion” (16.12.2015)

Novem­ber 2014
mgr Juliane Domke, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­sity of Berlin, pre­sen­ta­tion: “How age of acqui­si­tion and pro­fi­ciency affect L2 pro­cess­ing: towards a sys­tem­atic account based on ERP evi­dence by Pol­ish learn­ers of L2 Ger­man” (28.11.2014)

Novem­ber 2014
mgr Juliane Domke, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­sity of Berlin, pre­sen­ta­tion: “How age of acqui­si­tion and pro­fi­cien­cy affect L2 pro­cess­ing: towards a sys­tem­at­ic account based on ERP evi­dence by Pol­ish learn­ers of L2 Ger­man” (28.11.2014)

Novem­ber 2014
mgr Johannes Ger­wien, Hei­del­berg Uni­ver­si­ty, pre­sen­ta­tion: “How to Get into People’s Heads — Three psy­cholin­guis­tic meth­ods to inves­ti­gate view­point aspect.” (27.11.2014)

June 2013
prof. dr Chris Wilder, Nor­we­gian Uni­ver­si­ty of Sci­ence and Tech­nol­o­gy (NTNU), Trond­heim & Cen­ter for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics (ZAS), Berlin , pre­sen­ta­tion: “When PRES+NEG+BE isn’t “isn’t”: speech act, futu­ri­ty and “do(es)n’t be” in Eng­lish why-sen­tences” (14.06.2013)

March 2013
mgr Anna Czy­p­i­onka, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, pre­sen­ta­tion: “Non­canon­i­cal case mark­ing and argu­ment ani­ma­cy in sen­tence com­pre­hen­sion. Evi­dence from Ger­man” (01.03.2013)

May 2012
prof. dr Gis­bert Fanselow, Uni­ver­si­ty of Pots­dam, pre­sen­ta­tion: “Three types of dis­con­tin­u­ous NPs” (25.05.2012)

June 2009
prof. dr Man­fred Krif­ka, Hum­boldt Uni­ver­si­ty of Berlin, pre­sen­ta­tion: “The prag­mat­ics of vague­ness and approx­i­ma­tion” (01.06.2009)

Jan­u­ary 2009
dr Ton­jes Veen­stra, ZAS (Cen­ter for Gen­er­al Lin­guis­tics in Berlin), pre­sen­ta­tion: “Cre­oles as Bas­tard Tongues: an argu­ment for biolin­guis­tics” (14.01.2009)