Classes for Debrecen08


Intro classes

Klaus Abels   (University College London) Introduction to Generative Syntax
Anthi Revithiadou   (University Of The Aegean) Stress from a typological perspective
Ben Hermans   (Meertens) Introductory course in Syllable Structure
Jochen Trommer   (Universitaet Leipzig) Concatenative Approaches to Nonconcatenative Morphology
Maria Gouskova   (NYU) Introducing Optimality Theory in Phonology

Research classes

Klaus Abels   (University College London) Restrictions on Remnants
Marta Abrusan   (Paris) Weak islands, intervention and interpretation
Melanie Jouitteau   (Cnrs Umr 7110) When derive should we _ the order without remnant
Oystein Nilsen   (Tromso/utrecht) Remnants of Clause Structure
Roland Hinterholzl   (Humboldt Universitaet Zu Berlin) Remnant Movement and Phases
Winfried Lechner   (Department Of German Language And Literature, University Of Athens) What remnant movement can and cannot do
Ben Hermans   (Meertens) Timing in Phonology; an advanced course
Jochen Trommer   (Universitaet Leipzig) Phonological Aspects of Mutation Morphology
Maria Gouskova   (NYU) Phonology and the Lexicon

Topical classes

Melanie Jouitteau   (Cnrs Umr 7110) What makes a class of languages?
Roland Hinterholzl   (Humboldt Universitaet Zu Berlin) Restructuring and the syntax of verb clusters in West Germanic
Marta Abrusan   (Paris) Topics in the semantics of questions
Oystein Nilsen   (Tromso/utrecht) Reciprocals
Anthi Revithiadou   (University Of The Aegean) Interface stress systems: Representation, evolution and acquisition

Gereon Mueller (Universitaet Leipzig)