Spring Semester 2019

Every Tuesdays from 12:30 to 2:00 pm.

Timetable

Date Room Topic Presenter
26.02.2019 KOL-G-212

"Defining syntax" and "Chomsky & Berwick book"

Klaus Zuberbühler

05.03.2019 -- No meeting (ISLE Inaugural Workshop) --
13.03.2019 RAA-E-29

Why language evolved: sharpening the question.

Carel van Schaik

20.03.2019 RAA-E-29 Topic open --
26.03.2019 KOL-G-217

Non-adjacent dependency processing in monkeys, apes and humans

Stuart Watson

02.04.2019 KOL-G-217

Denotative vs imperative

Klaus Zuberbühler, Sabine Stoll, Marta Manser

09.04.2019 KOL-G-217

Topic open

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16.04.2019 RAI-H-041

Event conceptualization and language

Balthasar Bickel, Klaus Zuberbühler

23.04.2019 -- No meeting (Easter holidays) --
30.04.2019

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No meeting --
07.05.2019 Y25-G-11 (Irchel campus)

The dynamics of indexical information in speech communication or "Why did speaking styles evolve?" (abstract)

Volker Dellwo
14.05.2019 RAI-G-041

Topic open

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21.05.2019 RAI-G-041

POSTPONED to 11.06.2019

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28.05.2019 KOL-G-209

(1) Evolution of phonetics and phonology (EVOPHON)

(2) Thematic roles are used in animal cognition

(1) Steven Moran

(2) Chris Golston (California State University Fresno)

11.06.2019

KOL-G-204

The bursty nature of words in conversation: how communication paves the way to language

Damián Blasi