Talks 2004/5

October 5, 2004
Reinhard Blutner, UvA & Humboldt Berlin
The nature of systematicity in natural language

October 19, 2004 (E20.08)
Reinhard Muskens, Tilburg
Sense and the computation of reference

November 23, 2004 (E20.03A)
Joost Zwarts, Nijmegen
Event shape

December 7, 2004 (E20.12)
Irene Krämer, Nijmegen
Many, most and all: Children's interpretation of quantified NPs.

February 15, 2005 (E14.01)
Henk Verkuyl, Utrecht
Tense and Perspective. Organizing levels into configurations

March 1, 2005 (E14.01)
Crit Cremers, Leiden
Computing Meanings

March 15, 2005 (E14.01)
Rosja Mastop, Amsterdam
How past tense imperatives can be meaningful

April 12, 2005 (E14.01)
Jennifer Spenader, Stockholm & Groningen
Contrast relationships in discourse

May 10, 2005 (E14.01)
Petra Hendriks, Groningen
Speakers, hearers, and focus particles

May 24, 2005 (E13.04)
Jack Hoeksema, Groningen
 The Dutch negative quantifier "geen enkele"

June 21, 2005
Emiel Krahmer, Tilburg
Focus and Questions: Two Functions of Audiovisual Prosody

June 21, 2005
Jay Atlas, Pomona College
What do Reflexive Pronouns Tell Us about Belief?