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Syntax, Morphology & Variability

Research Focus

The syntax-morphology division of Potsdam linguistics studies the structural side of grammar from a typological perspective. Our research aims at documenting and understanding the grammatical variation between the world's languages in the area of sentence and word structure, as well as at explaining the (non-)attested patterns in formal models of grammar (generative paradigm). Our overall goal is to gain a better understanding of the sources of variability in language and, as a result, of the architecture of grammar. To this end, we combine new experimental approaches in syntax research with large scale cross-linguistic comparisons.

 

Staff

NameTelRoomE-Mail
Ines Mauer
Secretary
0331/977-2016II.14.217mauer@uni-potsdam.nomorespam.de
Marta Wierzba0331/977-2955II.14.329wierzba@uni-potsdam.nomorespam.de
Andreas Schmidt
0331/977-2734II.14.329andrea06@uni-potsdam.nomorespam.de

 

Third Party Funded Staff

NameTelRoomE-Mail
Dr. Jessica Brown
0331/977-2051II.14.320jbrown@uni-potsdam.nomorespam.de

 

 

Prof. Dr. Gisbert Fanselow

Prof. Dr. Gisbert Fanselow

 


Prof. Dr. Doreen Georgi

Prof. Dr. Doreen Georgi

Variation and variability in grammatical systems

Juniorprofessor

 

II.14.333

Staff

NameTelRoomE-Mail
Ines Mauer
Secretary
0331/977-2016II.14.217mauer@uni-potsdam.nomorespam.de
Mary  Amaechi0331/977-2634II.14.330amaechi@uni-potsdam.nomorespam.de

 

 

Third Party Funded Staff

NameTelRoomE-Mail
Johannes Hein0331/977-   II.14.330johein@uni-potsdam.nomorespam.de
Arsène Kengne   Cenny              arscennykengne@gmail.nomorespam.com 

 

 

 

Prof. Dr. Doreen Georgi

Prof. Dr. Doreen Georgi

Variation and variability in grammatical systems

Juniorprofessor

 

II.14.333