handouts

Feb
2007

Talk in PhD discussion group at Queen Mary on findings and problems in my PhD project: handout
Jun
2006
Talk at LangUE 2006: The Syntax of Ambiguous and Non-Ambiguous Deverbal Nominals in German
1. handout
2. powerpoint presentation
3. abstract
May
2006
Talk at 2nd Linguistics Postgraduate Conference at Queen Mary: The Syntax of German Relational vs. Non-Relation Nominals
handout
Mar 2006

Talk at CamLing 2006: The Syntax of Focus Particles in German Event vs. Result Nominals
1. handout
2. power point presentation
3. abstract

Mar 2006 Paper presentation in the Syntax Reading Group at Queen Mary: Fu, Jingqui, Thomas Roeper and Hagit Borer. 2001. The VP within Process Nominals: Evidence from Adverbs and the VP Anaphor do-so. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 549-582. handout
Feb 2006 Talk in PhD discussion group at Queen Mary on findings and problems in my PhD project: handout
Nov 2005 Paper presentation together with Ana Carrera Hernandez (UCL) in the Minimalist Reading Group at University College London (UCL) : Heycock, Caroline and Roberto Zamparelli. 2003. Coordinated Bare Definites. Linguistic Inquiry 34, 3: 443-469. summarizing handout
June 2005

Talk at 1st Linguistics Postgraduate Conference at Queen Mary
PowerPoint presentation: Information Structure in DPs: The interpretation of focus particles in German (ppt-file)

June 2005

Presentation at Linguistics Reading Group at Queen Mary
Buering, D. & K. Hartmann. 2001. The syntax and semantics of focus-sensitive particles in German. NLLT
Reis, M. 2005. The syntax of so-called focus particles in German - a reply to Buering/Hartmann (2001). NLLT
summarizing handout (doc-file)

Feb. 2005

Presentation at Linguistics Reading Group at Queen Mary
Wagner, Michael/Florian Jaeger. (2003). Association with Focus and Linear Order in German. Semantics Archive
summarizing handout (doc-file)

Jan. 2005 Presentation at Linguistics Reading Group at Queen Mary
John W. Du Bois. Argument structure - Grammar in use. In: Du Bois, Kumpf, Ashby (eds). 2003. Preferred Argument Structure - Grammar as architecture for function. Studies in Discourse and Grammar 14. John Benjamins
summarizing handout (doc-file)

 

 

 

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