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Full Title: Annual Meeting 2015 of DGfS (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft)
Location: Leipzig, Germany
Start Date: 04-Mar-2015 - 06-Mar-2015
Contact: Barbara Stiebels
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Meeting Description: The 37th Annual Meeting of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft (DGfS) will take place March 4-6, 2015 at the University of Leipzig, Germany. The program will include 14 organized sessions and 2 plenary sessions with the following keynote speakers:

Mark Baker (Rutgers U)
Lisa Matthewson (U of British Columbia)
Juliette Blevins (CUNY)
Tom Wasow (Stanford U)
LL Issue: 25.2749

The following session(s) will be held during this meeting:
Workshop: Universal Biases on Phonological Acquisition and Processing
Strong Versus Weak Prosodic Positions: Possible Variation and Relevance for Grammar
Proportions and Quantities
DGfS 2015 - AG 5: Co- and Subordination in German and Other Languages
DGfS 2015 Workshop: What Drives Syntactic Computation? Alternatives to Formal Features
DGfS 2015 - AG 6: The Prosody and Meaning of (Non-)Canonical Questions Across Languages
DGfS 2015 - Workshop: Perspective-taking
DGfS 2015 Workshop: Varieties of Positive Polarity Items
DGfS 2015 - AG 2: Exact Repetition in Grammar & Discourse
Big Data: New Opportunities and Challenges in Language Acquisition Research
DGfS 2015 Workshop: Modelling Conditionality
DGfs 2015 - AG 4: VO-OV: Correlations of Head-Complement Order in Structure or Lexicon
Open Access@DGFS
DgfS 2015 - AG 8: Normalität in der Sprache

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