Marijke De Belder in Ottawa and New York

Marijke¬†De Belder is invited to speak at the workshop Gender, class, and determination (September 18th – September 20th) at Ottawa University. The title of her talk is ‘Noun class markers in Dutch compounds’. She also presented a talk at the Roots IV workshop at New York University (June 29th – July 2nd): ‘The epenthetic consonant […]

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Marijke De Belder and Jeroen van Craenenbroeck at CGSW

CRISSP member Marijke De Belder will be giving a talk at CGSW30. Jeroen van Craenenbroeck is an invited speaker at the conference.

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Tanja Temmerman at CGSW

CRISSP member Tanja Temmerman will be giving a talk at CGSW30 on 22 May: Pushing the Boundaries: Idioms and Phases in Dutch dialects and English. The 30th Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop (CGSW30). University of Chicago, Chicago, USA. Read the abstract

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CRISSP Seminar with Michael Cysouw

CRISSP is happy to announce a CRISSP Seminar with Michael Cysouw on Monday June 1, 2015.

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Upcoming talks for Will Harwood

This month, CRISSP member Will Harwood will be giving talks at CamCOS4 (Cambridge) and the Workshop on Aspect in Embedded Clauses (Berlin).

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CRISSP Seminar with Daniel Harbour

CRISSP is happy to announce a CRISSP Seminar with Daniel Harbour on Monday May 11, 2015.

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BCGL 8 Program Online

The program for BCGL 8: The Grammar of Idioms is now available. You can consult it on the following web page: http://www.crissp.be/events/bcgl8/bcgl8-program/

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Upcoming Talks for Jeroen van Craenenbroeck

In the following months, Jeroen van Craenenbroeck will give talks at GLOW 38, DiGS 17, Formal ways of analysing variation 2 and CGSW 30.

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The Sprouse Lectures: new schedule

The schedule for the Sprouse Lectures has changed; check the lectures page for up to date information.

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The Sprouse Lectures: A program for experimental syntax: data, theory, and biology

CRISSP is happy to announce a CRISSP Lecture Series with Jon Sprouse (University of Connecticut) on March 16-18, 2015. The title of the Lecture Series is ‘A program for experimental syntax: data, theory, and biology’.

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