AM2
Syntax: theories
and models

Time and place:
Tuesdays 12:00–14:00; 14:0.15
Thursdays 10:00–12:00; 14:0.09

Other information:
Get it here

Contact:
vicente@uni-potsdam.de
Office:
Campus Golm, 14:3.29

Office hours:
By email appointment.
Walk-ins also possible, subject
to availability

Next important dates:
December 2: submit
Reading Assignment #3

December 20: Midterm #2
(worth 25% of the grade)

Important announcement

Due to a serious health problem, Luis has stopped teaching this class as of December 6. Please contact his substitute Lucie Medova (lucie.medova@gmail.com) for more information.

Block 2: November 17–December 20

Reading assignment #6 (due January 16) Reading assignment #4 (due December 10) Reading assignment #3 (due December 2) December 4— : agreement November 22–November 29 : movement and cyclicity

Block 1: October 16–November 15

Reading assignment #1 (due November 3) Reading assignment #2 (due November 19) October 23–November 15: argument structure Oct. 16–18: theoretical basics

Recommended reference textbooks

For the minimalist program. For Government and Binding. For the syntax-semantics interface: