The purpose of FishFeed is to (i) discuss each other’s work and (ii) discuss research papers of interest and relevance to the group, especially those related to ongoing projects and our overlapping research concerns. 

The Fish group meets weekly on Tuesdays at 14:15 in B1004 (Autumn 2019)

Schedule and Readings Autumn 2019
August 27: organizational meeting.
September 10th : Carmen on a nanosyntactic account of Hindi ergativity
September 17th : Maud and Björn on embedded V2 in Faroese and Mainland Scandinavian
September 24th :Deniz Tat presents her Marie Curie project
October 1st Martin on the Structure and hierarchy in diphthongs
October 8th:Antonio on Temporal Prefixes
October 15th Craig on  the inflectional domain of Taiwanese and the puzzle it poses for the licensing of predicate ellipsis
October 22ndHeather on Bracketing Paradoxes 
October 29th: Tor Håvard on Tone and Stress in Norwegian Compounds
November 5thHeather presents even more Bracketing Paradoxes. 
November 12nd: Serge on the processing of grammatical aspect in Russian 
November 19th Helen Koulidobrova on the Mass Count distinction in ASL (OBS! Unusual meeting time and place:    10.15-12 in  E0103)

Schedule and Readings Spring 2019
The Schedule for Spring 2019 will be dominated by presentation of work in progress by members of the group until Easter.
January 29:  Björn Lundquist on V3. See abstract here.
Feb 5: Craig Sailor on the timing of Ellipsis
Feb 12: Martin Kraemer and Antonio Fabregas, joint work on Vowel Harmony
Feb 19: Peter Svenonius on Spanning
Feb 26: NO MEETING (Gender Minicourse)
Mar 5: Antonio Fabregas on Adjectives
Mar 12: Øystein Vangsnes on Adjectives
Mar 19: Martin Kraemer on the Sonority Hierarchy
Mar 26: Gillian on Indexicals in Japanese
April 2: Serge Minor and Gillian Ramchand on The English Progressive vs. The Russian Imperfective
April 9: Natalia Jardon on the Perfect in Eonavian Spanish.
April 16: NO MEETING (Easter)
April 23: TBA
April 30: Anna Pilsbacher on Austro-Bavarian directionals, a paper by Bettina Gruber. Download here.
May 7: NO MEETING (GLOW in Oslo)
May 14: Maud Westendor on Synchronic variation and diachronic change in Dutch two-verb clusters.
May 21: TBA
May 28: TBA 
See you all there!

Find the schedule for previous terms here

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