Category Archives: Construction Grammar Discussion Group

Deadline extension – AFLiCo 7

Extension of submission deadline: December 18, 2016 Discourse, Cognition and Constructions: Implications and Applications Seventh International Conference of the French Association for Cognitive Linguistics (AFLiCo 7) University of Liège, Belgium May 31 – June 3, 2017 http://aflico7.sciencesconf.org PLENARY SPEAKERS (confirmed): … Continue reading

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call for papers: construction grammar of Dutch

On March 25-26, 2011, The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics will host a two-day workshop on ‘The construction grammar of Dutch’, in collaboration with the Ghent University Linguistics Department. The workshop will bring together specialists in various domains of Dutch … Continue reading

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Construction Grammar Discussion Group, 19 juni

De laatste bijeenkomst voor de zomer van de Construction Grammar Discussion Group vindt plaats op vrijdag 19 juni a.s. vanaf 15.30 uur in zaal 307 van het Lipsius-gebouw v/d Universiteit Leiden. Nederlands als constructietaal Ton van der Wouden Dankzij corpora … Continue reading

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Construction Grammar Discussion Group: 24 april, Egbert Fortuin

Date and time: Friday April 24, 15h30-17h Location: Leiden University, Eyckhof 1, 001A. Syntax or semantics? A construction based approach to verb ellipsis & voice switch Egbert Fortuin In construction based approaches to ellipsis, elliptical structures are treated as constructions … Continue reading

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Construction Grammar Discussion Group: March 27

A Constructional Analysis of Quasi-Incorporation in Dutch Geert Booij (University of Leiden) Date and time: March 27, 15.30-17.00 Location: Utrecht University (precise location will be added) Reading: If you would like to read the article we will be discussing, please … Continue reading

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