41st Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society

University of Bremen, 6 – 8 March 2019

Conference Programme

Conference Programme

Workshop Programmes

Workshop 16: New horizons in the study of nominal phrases

Workshop Coordination

Andreas Blümel (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Anke Holler (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)

Room GW2 B 2900

Workshop description

Programme of Workshop 16

07 March 2019
09:00 –10:30 Workshop sessions
10:30 –11:15 Coffee break /
Poster Session Computational Linguistics (Part 2)
11:15 –11:20 Andreas Blümel (University of Göttingen) & Anke Holler (University of Göttingen) Introduction
11:20 –12:15 Frank Van Eynde [invited speaker] (University of Leuven) Regularity and idiosyncracy in the formation of nominals
12:15 –12:45 Gianina Iordăchioaia (University of Stuttgart) D and N are different nominalizers
12:45 –13:45 DFG InfoEvent (Helga Weyerts-Schweda)
Lunch break/
Poster session Computational Linguistics (Part 3)
13:45 –14:15 Martin Salzmann (University of Leipzig) The DP vs. NP-debate: Why previous arguments for the DP-hypothesis fail and what a good argument for it should look like
14:15 –14:45 Benjamin Bruening (University of Delaware) N-to-D movement, hybrid agreement, and conventionalized expressions
15:00 –18:30 General Assembly of the DGfS
19:30 – Reception in the foyer of the Übersee-Museum


08 March 2019
09:00 –10:00 Plenary talk
10:00 –11:00 Plenary talk
11:00 –11:15 Coffee break
11:30 –12:00 Philipp Rauth (Saarland University) & Augustin Speyer (Saarland University) Adverbial reinforcement of demonstratives in Franconian of Rhine and Moselle
12:00 –12:30 Antonio Machicao y Priemer (Humboldt University of Berlin) & Stefan Müller (Humboldt University of Berlin) Prenominal genitives: Locality, theta-roles, and quantifiers
12:30 –13:00 Imke Driemel (University of Leipzig) Pseudo-noun incorporation and the DP/NP-distinction
13:00 –14:00 Giuliana Giusti [invited speaker] (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice) D as a feature in the nominal bundle. A unifying approach to the NP/DP-dispute