AM2
Syntax: theories
and models


General info

Time and place:
Tuesdays
10:00–12:00; 05:0.04
12:00–14:00; 27:1.01

Contact:
vicente@uni-potsdam.de
Office:
Haus 14:3.29

Office hours:
Wednesdays 09:00–12:00
or by email appointment.
Walk-ins also possible, subject
to availability

Week 13 (Jan. 18): ATB extraction

Readings: Assignment: due by 23:59 on Sunday Jan. 24; send me a .pdf or .txt file containing your answers.

Week 12 (Jan. 12): parasitic gaps

Reading:

Week 11 (Jan. 5): basics of movement

Readings: Assignment: due by 23:59 on Sunday Jan. 10; send me a .pdf or .txt file containing your answers.

Week 10 (Dec. 15): no class

I am in the Netherlands this week for Going Romance 29.

Week 9 (Dec. 8): morphological case

Handout: here.

Readings:

Week 8 (Dec. 1): more about agreement and a bit of Case/case

Handout: here.

Readings: Assignment: due by 23:59 on Sunday Dec. 1; send me a .pdf or .txt file containing your answers.

Week 7 (Nov. 24): more complex agreement patterns

Handout: here.

Readings:

Week 6 (Nov. 17): basics of agreement

Handout: here.

Readings: Assignment: due by 23:59 on Sunday Nov. 22; send me a .pdf or .txt file containing your answers. Readings:

Week 5 (Nov. 10): raising and control

Handout: here.

Readings:

Week 4 (Nov. 4): more complex argument structures

Handout: here.

Assignment: due by 23:59 on Sunday Nov. 8; send me a .pdf or .txt file containing your answers.

Week 3 (Oct. 27): ditransitive predicates

Handout: here.

Week 2 (0ct. 20): basics of argument structure

Handout: here.

Readings: these form the basis of today's class. I don't expect you to read all of them, but I expect you to use your judgment to decide which one(s) you want to spend time on. Assignment: due by 23:59 on Sunday Oct. 25; send me a .pdf or .txt file containing your answers.

Week 1 (Oct. 13): basics of minimalism and phrase structure

Week 0