Mini-Courses

Year 2015-2016

November  2015 - Angelika Kratzer (Dept. of Linguistics, University of Massachusetts)

December/January  2015/6 - Kit Fine (Dept. of Philosophy, NYU)

Year 2014-2015

Multidominance in Movement and Ellipsis - December 2014 - Kyle Johnson (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

Vagueness and Trivalence in Natural Language - April 2015 - Paul Egré (CNRS)

Number and Natural Language - June 2015 - David Barner (UCSD)

Multi Dominance and the Nature of Movement - July 2015 - Danny Fox (MIT)

Year 2013-2014

Modality and Dynamics - May 2014 - Seth Yalcin (UC Berkeley)

Neuroanatomy of language: Basis, concepts and functional relevance - May 2014 - Katrin Amunts (Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf)

School of Language Sciences Mini-course - A Diachronic View on Synchrony: Language Change and Linguistic Theory- May-June 2013 Josep M. Fontana (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)

Year 2012-2013

Semantic Frameworks - November 2012 - Daniel Rothschild (Oxford)

Implicatures and Polarity - January 2013 - Gennaro Chierchia (Harvard)

Logical Relativism and the Continuum - April-May 2013 - Stewart Shapiro (Ohio State University, St Andrews University)

Year 2011-2012

Between Semantics and Pragmatics - December 2011 - January 2012 - Ofra Magidor (Oxford)       

Linguistic Representation and Indeterminacy - March 2012 - Gila Sher (UCSD)        

Experimental Studies in Pragmatics - May 2012 - Emmanuel Chemla (ENS)             

Year 2010-2011

The construction of logical form in real time - December 2010 - January 2011  - Danny Fox and Martin Hackl (MIT)

The Semantics of Pronouns  - May 2011 - Philippe Schlenker (Institut Jean-Nicod & NYU)