From: Antje Lahnw <antje.lahneuni-konstanz.de>
Subject: Konstanz Workshop in Generative Grammar
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Konstanz Workshop in Generative Grammar
Short Title: KWIGG 2010
Date: 09-Apr-2010 - 10-Apr-2010
Location: Konstanz, Germany
Contact: Antje Lahne
Contact Email: antje.lahneuni-konstanz.de
Meeting URL: http://www.uni-konstanz.de/lahne/dokumente/kwigg.html
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology; Semantics; Syntax
Following the success of SWIGG 2009, we are happy to announce this year's
workshop on formal syntax and semantics KWIGG - SWIGG 10, which will be held at
the University of Konstanz from April 9th to April 10th 2010.
The aim of the workshop is to promote a discussion among syntacticians and
semanticists on analyses of various linguistic phenomena and, most importantly,
to encourage doctoral students to present their own research and / or
works-in-progress. This will be an excellent opportunity to disseminate research
and to become acquainted with new research developments in the domains of syntax
Josef Bayer (University of Konstanz)
Antje Lahne (University of Konstanz)
Anamaria Bentea (University of Geneva)
Friday, 9 April:
Joseph Yapo Bogny (Leiden): tba
Andrew McIntyre (Neuchâtel): Argument Inheritance and Participiant Nominalisations
Natascha Pomino (Zürich): The Italo-Romance DP: Inflection Markers and their
Clarisse M'Boua (Geneva): Focus & Wh-constructions in Abidji
Maialen Iraola Azpiroz (Konstanz): Interpretations of Null and Overt Subjects in
the Acquisition of Basque
Anamaria Bentea (Geneva): Comprehension of Subject and Object Relatives in Child
Language - a Case of Intervention Effects?
Saturday, 10 April:
Tobias Scheer (Nice): Phonological Traces of Syntactic Phases: PIC à la carte
Martin Salzmann (Zürich): ATB-movement as Asymmetric Extraction + Derivational
Sebastian Roth (Konstanz): Correlatives Revisited
Iris Bräuning (Konstanz): The German wh-expression ''wo'' as a Functional
Category - A Dialect Study of Alemannic
Doris Penka (Konstanz): At Least Meets at the Latest
Maribel Romero und Brian Leahy (Konstanz): Future-less-vivid Subjunctive
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