Brugmann Fellow

2019

Dr. Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero (Manchester)

Course: Alternation types: computation, storage, history

July 4, 201917-19

Course overview

July 8, 201913-15
July 15, 201913-15
July 18, 201913-15
July 22, 201913-15
July 25, 201913-15

Talk:

July 10, 201917:15English /aɪ/-raising: new insights into an old problem

2018

Prof. Dr. Julie Anne Legate (University of Pennsylvania)

Course: Beyond Active Voice: Variation and Argumentation

Recent research has demonstrated remarkable variation in the typology of voices that are not active, including for example multiple types of passives, impersonals, object voice, and embedded voices. This class situates these constructions in a framework of morphosyntactic variation, examines the tests and argumentation used as diagnostics, and discusses serveral case-studies in depth.

July 4, 201811-13Class 1: Introduction: the phenomena, theoretical perspective, data management
July 6, 201813-15Class 2: Analytic options, diagnostics
July 10, 201811-13Class 3: Passives vs Impersonals case study: Lithuanian
July 13, 201815-17Class 4: Passives vs Impersonals case study: Turkish
July 16, 201813-15Class 5: Types of Impersonals
July 17, 201813-15Class 6: The role of pragmatic competition
July 18, 201813-15Class 7: Active existentials: Lithuanian, Sason Arabic, Icelandic

Talk:

July 11, 201817:15Case Relationships

2017

Prof. Dr. Paul Kiparsky (Stanford University)

Course: 

July 7, 201717-19Stratal OT in Phonology and Morphology                                   
July 17, 201710-13
July 18, 201710-13
July 10, 201710-13
July 21, 201710-13

Talk:

July 19, 201717:15Typologies as Fitness Landscapes: Modeling Word Order Change

2016

Prof. Dr. Donca Steriade (MIT)

 Course:

July 4, 201613-15Cyclicity, Correspondence, Exponence: a unified analysis of cyclic and related phenomena
July 7, 201613-15
July 11, 201613-15
July 14, 201613-15
July 18, 201613-15
July 20, 201613-15
July 22, 201613-15

2015

Prof. Dr. Chris Collins (New York University)

Course:

July 9, 201517-19Lecture 1: Formalizing TransferPF, Part 1
July 10, 201516-18 Lecture 2: Formalizing TransferPF, Part 2
July 16, 201517-19Lecture 3: Relative Clause Deletion, Part 1
July 17, 201516-18 Lecture 4: Relative Clause Deletion, Part 2
July 21, 201516-18Lecture 5: Adjunct Deletion
July 23, 201516-18Lecture 6: Implicit Content

Talk:

July 15, 201517:15NEG raising, deletion, and parentheticals

2014

Prof. Dr. Andrew Nevins (UC London)

Course:

July 3, 201413-15Postsyntactic Morphology
July 11, 201414-16
July 14, 201415-17
July 17, 201413-15
July 21, 201414-16
July 23, 201414-16
July 24, 201414-16

Talks:

July 16, 201417:15Brazilian Portuguese confronts experimental methods and morphological productivity
July 23, 201417:15Georgi's Pattern III in phonology: Nonfinal chains of tone
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