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German Grammar

Generative Grammatik des NordenS (GGS) 2010

07.05.–09.05.2010 at the Freie Universität Berlin.
Es gibt jetzt eine GGS-Mailingliste, über die zukünftig alle GGS-relevanten Ankündigungen (Call for Papers) usw. laufen sollen.

Call for Participation

We invite talks (30 minutes including discussion) on any aspect related to Generative Grammar, that is, either an analysis in an appropriate framework or a discussion of empirical facts that relates to respective analyses. We understand the term Generative Grammar in the following sense:

A grammar of a language purports to be a description of the ideal speaker-hearer's intrinsic competence. If the grammar is, furthermore, perfectly explicit—in other words, if it does not rely on the intelligence of the understanding reader but rather provides an explicit analysis of his contribution—we may call it (somewhat redundantly) a generative grammar. (Chomsky, Aspects, page 4)

This understanding includes work in constraint-based theories like Construction Grammar, Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, and Lexical Functional Grammar and other theories that are worked out in detail as for instance Categorial Grammar and Tree Adjoining Grammar.

Traditionally GGS explicitly encourages the presentation of work in progress. According to this philosophy the selection of papers is not based on a review process of abstracts but on a first-come-first-served basis. The conference languages will be German and English.

The workshop is organized by the Center for the Study of European Languages.

(Vorläufiges) Program

06.05.2010

19:00– Warm Up in the Miro

07.05.2010

Room: 9:30–12:15: JK 29/118
9:30–10:00 Silke Fischer, (Universität Stuttgart): Alles außer Kontrolle
10:00–10:30 Gereon Müller (University of Leipzig): Was erklaert das V/2-in-V/End-Extraktionsverbot?
 
10:30–11:00 Kaffee
 
11:00–11:30 Simone Falk und Peter Öhl (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München): Diskrepanzen zwischen Sprecherurteilen und theoretischen Voraussagen: einige Ergebnisse computergestützter Experimente mit abtrennbaren Verbpartikeln
11:30–12:00 Alex Grosu: A (hopefully improved) analysis of Japanese/Korean internally-headed relatives
13:00–12:30 Joost Kremers (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen): Warum sich bei Kopfbewegung nichts bewegt
 
12:30–14:00 Lunch: Mensa
 
Room:K 24/21 (1. OG, direkt am K-Gang)
14:00–14:30 Stefan Keine (Uni Leipzig): On morphological linearization: Evidence from Baure
14:30–15:00 Guido Mensching (Freie Universität Berlin): What's this fly doing in my soup?: A special construction or a special question?
 
15:00–15:30 Kaffee
 
15:30–16:00 Philippa Cook and Bjarne Ørsnes (Freie Universität Berlin): Adjektive und Inkohärenz
16:00–16:30 Susann Fischer (Universität Hamburg): Split TP, Expletives and the definiteness effect
 
16:30–16:45 Pause
 
16:45–17:15 Tonjes Veenstra (ZAS Berlin): Verb Serialization and Restructuring
17:15–17:45 Lobke Albrecht (Gent) and Uli Sauerland (ZAS): On Subjects in ACD in Dutch and German
17:45–18:15 Markus Bader und Jana Häussler (Universität Konstanz): Mona Lisa kehrt zurück
 
18:15– Freizeit: Berlin

08.05.2010

Room K 24/21 (1. OG, direkt am K-Gang)
9:30–10:00 Antonio Machicao y Priemer Semantische Faktoren der differentiellen Objektmarkierung im Spanischen
10:00–10:30 Anna Volodina and Helmut Weiß (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt): Wie einfach ist das deutsche Vorfeld?
 
10:30–11:00 Kaffee
 
11:00–11:30 Eva-Maria Remberger (Universität Konstanz): Verteilte Partizipialmorphologie lateinisch-romanisch
11:30–12:00 Florian Schäfer (Universität Stuttgart): Zum Passiv reflexiver Verben und den Theorien der Reflexivierung
12:00–12:30 Katharina Turgay (Uni Landau) & Daniel Gutzmann (Uni Frankfurt): Funktionale Kategorien in der PP und deren Zweitspracherwerb
 
12:30–14:15 Lunch: Restaurant Café Biergarten Luise
 
14:15–14:45 Artemis Alexiadou (Universität Stuttgart): Oblique Passivization
14:45–15:15 Fabian Heck (Universität Leipzig): Rekursion, Kategorien und bloße Phrasenstruktur
 
15:15–15:45 Kaffee
 
15:45–16:15 Luis Vicente (Uni Potsdam) and Matt Barros (Rutgers University): A hybrid theory of Right Node Raising
16:15–16:45 Michael Hahn (Stiftsgymnasium Sindelfingen / Universität Tübingen) Complex Predicates and Agreement in Arabic – An HPSG Analysis
 
16:45–17:00 Pause
 
17:00–17:30 Philippa Cook and Felix Bildhauer (Freie Universität Berlin): Comparing Fronting Constructions in Context
17:30–18:00 Cosima Scholz (Freie Universität Berlin): Romanischen Rektionskomposita
 
 
18:05–  Party in der FU

09.05.2010

Room K 24/21 (1. OG, direkt am K-Gang)
10:00–10:30 Olga Kellert (Frei Universität Berlin) Präsuppositionsinseln, eine Generativgrammatische und Konstruktionsgrammatische Auseinandersetzung
10:30–11:00 Janna Lipenkova (Freie Universität Berlin): Argument realization in Mandarin causative constructions
 
11:00–11:15 Kaffee
 
11:15–11:45 Eric Fuß (Frankfurt) und Carola Trips (Universität Mannheim) Die Northern Subject Rule
11:45–12:15 Doreen Georgi (Uni Leipzig) and Martin Salzmann (Uni Zürich): Double agreement in possessor doubling – against DP-over-NP and in favor of NP-over-DP
 
12:15– End: Hauptbahnhof

Accomodation

Hotels near the conference venue: Hotels near the subway line to the conference venue (U3) More information (plus online booking system)

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You can search for hotels (recommended 'City area/District': South/Zehlendorf or Steglitz or City West).

Travel

Berlin has several train stations and airports (Tegel, Schönefled). Both airports are well-connected to the public transport. As for the trains: If you are coming with the fast train (ICE), you should get off at Hauptbahnhof.

The workshop venue is the Rostlaube (Habelschwerdter Alle 45). It is located at the crossroad of Habelschwerdter Allee and Thielalle. You can get there using the busses X11 or M11 to Hittorfstraße or the undergrund to Thielplatz. The Fahrplanauskunft will tell you the best connection.

Local Organizer

Stefan Müller, German Grammar, Institute for German and Dutch Philology, FB Philosophie und Geisteswissenschaften, Freie Universität Berlin.
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