Linguistik Leipzig

Diese Seite gibt Informationen über sprachwissenschaftlich relevante öffentliche Veranstaltungen in Leipzig. (Abkürzungen für Räume siehe unten.)

Frühere Veranstaltungen

2018

2. August, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): Reading seminar, on Fiedler et al. (2010) (subject focus in West African languages) (GWZ H4 3.15)

23. August, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): Talk by Dan Ke (Uni Leipzig): A data-based study on universals of nomification systems (GWZ H4 3.15)

13. September, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): Talk by Matthias Urban (Uni Tübingen): Language and environment between ecological determinism and cultural diversity (GWZ H4 3.15)

20. September, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): Reading seminar, on Haig (2018) (grammaticalization of object pronouns) (GWZ H4 3.15)

27. September, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): Talk by Jurica Polančec (University of Zagreb & Leipzig University): Investigating actionality from a cross-linguistic perspective (GWZ H4 3.15)

4. Oktober, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): Reading seminar, on Helmbrecht et al. (2018) (argument coding of proper names) (GWZ H4 3.15)

10.-11. Oktober: Workshop Multilingual frame semantics, organized by Oliver Czulo (IALT)

18. Oktober, 13:00h: Verteidigung der Dissertation von Laura Becker: “Articles in the world’s languages” (GWZ H4 4.15)

25. Oktober, 13:15h: (Sorabistik Research Seminar): Eduard Werner (Uni Leipzig): Old Sorbian verbal art and historical linguistics (GWZ H1 2.10)

25. Oktober, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): Talk by Natalia Levshina (Leipzig University): Corpus-based explanation of differential case marking (GWZ H4 3.15)

1. November, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): Talk by David Gil (MPI-SHH Jena): “Who is your name?” (GWZ H4 3.15)

8. November, 13:15h: (Sorabistik Research Seminar): Till Vogt (Uni Leipzig): Lower Sorbian corpus studies in search of current syntactic structures (GWZ H1 2.10)

8. November, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): tba (GWZ H4 3.15)

13. November, 18:00h: (SPIGL): Simon Meier-Vieracker: wir wissen heute – Inszenierung von Wissen im populärwissenschaftlichen Diskurs (GWZ H 4 1.16)

15. November, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): tba (GWZ H4 3.15)

16. November, 16:00h: (Sächsische Akademie der Wissenschaften): Ralph Ludwig (Uni Halle): Die frankokaribischen Kreolsprachen: Geschichte – Struktur – Ökologie (SAW Karl-Tauchnitz-Str. 1, Leipzig)

22. November, 13:15h: (Sorabistik Research Seminar): Ielyzaveta Walther (Uni Leipzig): Minors’ lives in 5 Welsh novels (GWZ H1 2.10)

22. November, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): tba (GWZ H4 3.15)

27. November, 18:00h: (SPIGL): Peter Gallmann (Uni Jena): Im Deutschen gibt es einen Konjunktiv Präteritum (mehr) (GWZ H 4 1.16)

29. November, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): Diana Forker (Uni Jena): Elevation as a category of grammar: East Caucasian languages and beyond (GWZ H4 3.15)

6. Dezember 2018, 13:15h: (Sorabistik Research Seminar): Lena Seehausen (Uni Leipzig):  Apocryphical texts of the Irish Church (GWZ H1 2.10)

6. Dezember, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): tba (GWZ H4 3.15)

11. Dezember, 18:00h: (SPIGL): Reinhard Fiehler (IDS Mannheim/Uni Heidelberg): Altern, Kommunikation und Identitätsarbeit (GWZ H 4 1.16)

13. Dezember, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): tba (GWZ H4 3.15)

20. Dezember 2018, 13:15h: (Sorabistik Research Seminar): Katharina Seel:  Conflicts of Interest at the Irish Border between 1926 and 1959 (GWZ H1 2.10)

2019 

3. Januar 2019, 13:15h: (Sorabistik Research Seminar): Patrick McCafferty (Uni Leipzig):  A Celtic tale in Ancient Egypt (GWZ H1 2.10)

8. Januar 2019, 18:00h: (SPIGL): Simon Pröll (LMU München): Stadt, Land, Fluss: Ballungsräume, weiße Flecken und (vermeintliche) Grenzen aus geostatistischer Perspektive (GWZ H 4 1.16)

10. Januar 2019, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): tba (GWZ H4 3.15)

22. Januar 2019, 18:00h: (SPIGL): Mirjam Schmuck (Uni Mainz): “Die hohe Rom”, “in der Kams” (Chemnitz): Zum Genus von Städtenamen diachron und diatopisch (GWZ H 4 1.16)

24. Januar 2019, 13:15h: (Sorabistik Research Seminar): Sabine Asmus (Uni Leipzig):  Results of field research on aspect in Welsh (GWZ H1 2.10)

24. Januar 2019, 15:00h: (Diversity Linguistics Seminar): tba (GWZ H4 3.15)

5. Februar 2019, 18:00h: (SPIGL): Thomas Klein (Uni Bonn): Aus der Werkstatt der Mittelhochdeutschen Grammatik: Einige Bretter der dickeren Art (GWZ H 4 1.16)

Abkürzungen:
GWZ = Beethovenstraße 15
HS = Hörsaalgebäude
NSG = Neues Seminargebäude, Universitätsstraße 5