Tanja Temmerman and Will Harwood at NWASV 2

Tanja Temmerman and Will Harwood will give a talk at New Ways of Analyzing Syntactic Variation 2 (NWASV 2) on May 19-20, 2016.

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The Iatridou Lecture: Title and Abstract

The title and the abstract for the Iatridou Lectures are now available: Title: Fancy Games with Tense and Aspect Abstract: Read the abstract (PDF) The Lecture Series will take place on May 25, 26 and 27. > More information

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Guido Vanden Wyngaerd at WCCFL 34

Guido Vanden Wyngaerd and Karen De Clercq (UGent) will present a poster at The West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 34.

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New talks for Jeroen van Craenenbroeck

Jeroen van Craenenbroeck will give talks at GLOW 39, CamCos 5 and at the workshop Dealing with bad data in linguistic theory.

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KrowFest on 1 April

CRISSP (KU Leuven) is proud to present the workshop KrowFest, celebrating Koen Roelandt’s defense.

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New CRISSP Events: Save the date

CRISSP is very happy to present five new events with Luis Vicente, Louise McNally, Chris Barker, Rick Nouwen, Sabine Iatridou and Jan-Wouter Zwart.

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Two CRISSP Seminars in January

CRISSP is happy to announce two installments in the CRISSP Seminar series, with Øystein A. Vangsnes and with Marcel den Dikken.

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CRISSP Seminar with Željko Bošković

CRISSP is happy to announce another installment in the CRISSP Seminar series: Lecturer: Željko Bošković (University of Connecticut) Title: On the locality of movement: Be careful when you label Date & time: Friday 6 November 2015, 17h30 Location: CRISSP/KULeuven Brussels Campus, room 2212 Participation: free Abstract: The talk will provide a uniform account of a number of locality effects, in […]

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The Barker Lectures: Continuations and Natural Language

CRISSP is happy to announce a CRISSP Lecture Series with Chris Barker on October 14-16, 2015. The title of the Lecture Series is ‘Continuations and Natural Language’. Abstract Scope-taking is a hallmark of natural language: not only is it widespread in the world’s languages, it is pervasive within individual languages. It is so familiar to […]

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New CRISSP Seminars and Lecture Series

We are happy to announce new events with Andrew Nevins, Chris Barker and Marcel den Dikken.

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