Linguistic Lecture Series (winter term 2022-23)


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Guest lectures

Winter term 2022-23; Wednesdays, 4.15-5.45 p.m.; campus: Neues Palais

  • 02/01/2023: Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) - "Co-argument sensitivity of argument marking: distribution and variation" (room 1.11.2.27); Further information here

Online lectures - "Turkic Linguistics Network"

The online lectures are organised by the "Turkic Linguistics Network" Berlin/Brandenburg in cooperation with the centre language - variation - multilingualism.

Online Lecture Series "Adult acquisition of literacy in a second language"

The lecture series is organised by the University of Jena, the University of Vienna, and the University of Potsdam.

Past lectures:

10/12/2022: Björn Wiemer (JGU Mainz) - "Unity behind diversity among tense-aspect uses in the non-past domain of Slavic languages" (room 1.11.2.27); Further information here

11/09/2022:Natalya Stoynova (University of Hamburg) - "Using corpus methods to assess inter-speaker variation in contact-influenced Russian: data from bilingual Nanai and Ulcha speakers" (room 1.11.2.27); Further information here

11/16/2022:Taiane Malabarba (University of Potsdam) - "'How is life treating you': A longitudinal study of openings in transmodal chat interactions of multilingual tandem partners" (room 1.08.0.58), Abstract

11/23/2022 (12.30 -2.00 p.m.): Ilja Seržant (University of Potsdam) - "Diachronic tendencies in argument flagging patterns of Slavic"; external session. Further information here

11/30/2022: Zi Wang (French Research Institute on East Asia (IFRAE), Paris-France) - "East asian migration communities in Germany: Question of language, wellbeing, and the role of heritage educational organisations" (room 1.08.0.58), Abstract

12/07/2022: Vladimir Panov (University of Vilnius) - "Addressee cross-linguistically: Toward a typology informed by linguistic anthropology and interactional linguistics" (room 1.11.2.27); Further information here

12/14/2022: Andrey Shluinsky (University of Hamburg) - "Addressee cross-linguistically: Toward a typology informed by linguistic anthropology and interactional linguistics"  (room 1.11.2.27); Further information here

01/18/2023: Laura Becker (University of Freiburg) - "Zero forms in morphology: Patterns and explanations" (room 1.11.2.27); Further information here

01/25/2023: Jan Fliessbach & Johanna Rockstroh (University of Potsdam) - "Tu sais quoi? Qu’est-ce que tu racontes! Qu’est-ce que tu as? Verb induced object placement patterns in French partial interrogatives" (room 1.08.0.58), Abstract