Sascha Bargmann, Berit Gehrke (LLF, Paris) & Frank Richter had a joint presentation during the
19th Szklarska Poreba Workshop (February, 23-26). Sascha and Berit attended the meeting and gave a talk on “How to modify idioms”.
Szklarska Poreba, February 2019 (Photo: S. Bargmann, BY-NC-ND 3.0)
The talk is based on joint research initiated within the DAAD-ANR-funded networking program
One-to-many correspondendences in morphology, syntax, and semantics.
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Earlier this week the open access publisher Language Science Press published a
complete collection of papers by Tilman Höhle, edited by Stefan Müller, Marga Reis and Frank Richter. Tilman Höhle wrote a significant number of highly influential papers on German grammar (and on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar) from the early 80s until the beginning of the millenium. Among the topics covered are Continue reading Tilman Höhle’s Gesammelte Schriften
Unfortunately, not all linguistics courses in FW 1 for the Lehramt prorgrams are visible in QIS/LSF. Here is an overview of the courses:
Course title: Introduction to Linguistics (Lehramt)
Study programs: L1, L2, L3, L5, MA WiPäd Englisch
Monday, 10-12, NG 2.371 (Frank Richter)
Monday, 12-14, CAS 1.812 (Manfred Sailer)
Monday, 14-16, SH 1.108 (Sascha Bargmann)
Tuesday, 12-14, SH 1.106 (Frank Richter)
Some conlang books (Photo: M. Sailer, BY-NC-ND 3.0)
One day before the start of the annual conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS), the society’s
Lehramtsinitiative organized its traditional information day for teachers. This year’s topic was Welche Grammatik braucht die Schule? (What kind of grammar is needed for school?). The event included a 2-hour working group on conlanging under the title Kreative Grammatikreflexion: Sprachen erfinden im Grammatikunterricht. This working group was organized by Alexandra Zepter (Cologne), Judith Bündgens-Kosten (Frankfurt) and Manfred Sailer (Frankfurt).
Continue reading Zepter, Bündgens-Kosten & Sailer on Conlangs at the DGfS Lehrerinformationstag
During her visit to Australia, Dianne Jonas is giving two presentations on her recent work on the diachronic change of the argument pattern of the verb
think in a number of Germanic languages. On February 27, she gave a talk at the unversity of Melbourne on “Thinking comparatively and diachronically. A case study on the verb March 6, she will give a talk on think“. “Morphosyntactic change – a case study of the verb at Monash university (Clayton campus). think”
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Manfred Sailer’s paper on
Doing the devil. Deriving the PPI-hood of a negation-expressing multi-dimensional idiom has appeared in the recent number of Linguistics. The paper is an elaboration of a presentation at the workshop on Positive Polarity Items organized by Mingya Liu and Gianina Iordăchioaia at DGfS 2015 and has now been integrated into a special issue on Positive Polarity Items, edited by Mingya and Gianina. Continue reading Sailer on “Doing the Devil”
In the week of November 13-17, Pegah Faghiri (Cologne & Paris) visited our group as part of the activities of the Pars-Frankfurt network
Pegah gave a talk in our colloquium on “
The issue of (in)separability in Persian complex predicates: An experimental investigation“, in Continue reading Pegah Faghiri’s visit
Since the winter term 2017/18, the linguistics section of IEAS contributes the area of specialization “Englische Sprachwissenschaft/English Linguistics” to the BA program “Empirische Sprachwissenschaft”. English Linguistics can only be chosen as a minor specialization (Nebenfach).
We are looking forward to welcoming the students in this new specialization. They will do a total of 54 to 60 credits in our group, joining their fellow students from other study programs, such as Lehramt Englisch, BA English Studies, and MA Linguistics.
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October 11, 10am-6pm,
Berthold Crysmann (Paris) will offer a full-day introduction to Information-based Morphology (IbM, Crysmann & Bonami 2016) in room IG 3.201. Everyone is cordially invited! Continue reading Crysmann introduces Information-based Morphology
Over the last year, the projects
NRR (Non-restrictive Relative Clauses) and CON (Constraint-based Analysis of relative clauses) worked together on non-restrictive relative clauses with split antecedents. The results of this cooperation were presented as a poster at this year’s . The poster was presented by Claudia Poschmann and Sinn und Bedeutung, Berlin/Potsdam, 7.-10.9.2017 Continue reading Poster at “Sinn und Bedeutung”, Berlin/Potsdam, 7.-10.9.2017