Week I      
9:30-10:45 Ben Hermans  (Meertens) - The too-many-repairs problem of OT: presentation and solutions on the market Elena Herburger (Georgetown) - Issues in the semantics of conditionals 9:30-10:45
10:50-12:05 Bruce Moren (Tromso) - Minimalist/Substance-Free Phonological Feature Theory: Why and How

Olaf Koeneman (Meertens) - Syntactic doubling and the structure of chains

10:50-12:05
13:45-15:00 Hedde Zeijlstra (University Of Amsterdam) - Introduction to Semantics Maire Noonan   (Mcgill) - All you wanted to know about the properties of verb-initial languages 13:45-15:00
15:05-16:20 Michal Starke (Tromso) - Introduction to Syntax Uli Sauerland (ZAS) - Semantics of Embedded Clauses 15:05-16:20
16:40-17:55 Michal Starke (Tromso) - Introduction to Syntax

John Harris (UCL) - Information flow in phonology

16:40-17:55
Week II      
9:30-10:45 Bruce Moren (Tromso) - Minimalist/Substance-Free Phonological Feature Theory: Case Studies and Implications

Theresa Biberauer (Cambridge) - Word-order variation, optionality and gaps

9:30-10:45
10:50-12:05 Uli Sauerland (ZAS) - Introduction to Pragmatics Olaf Koeneman (Meertens) - Verb movement as a structure-creating operation 10:50-12:05
13:45-15:00 John Harris (UCL) - Introduction to syllable typology Elena Herburger (Georgetown) - All you wanted to know about Negation and Negative Polarity 13:45-15:00
15:05-16:20 Theresa Biberauer (Cambridge) - All you wanted to know about null subjects and the null-subject parameter Maire Noonan   (Mcgill) - The structure of PP 15:05-16:20
16:40-17:55

Ben Hermans  (Meertens) The too-many-repairs problem of OT in a representational perspective

Hedde Zeijlstra (University Of Amsterdam) - The Meaning of Being Meaningless: the how and why of uninterpretable features 16:40-17:55
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