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InterFacing Language

InterFacing Language

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A linguistics podcast about semantics, syntax and other stuff.
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Malka Rappaport Hovav on satellite- and verb-framed languages, and the causative alternation
This is the fourth episode of the InterFacing Language podcast. We talked to Malka Rappaport Hovav who is a Professor of Linguistics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a founding member of the Language, Logic and Cognition Center there. This podcast is run by three Master's students at Humboldt University of Berlin; Frederic Blum, Ivona Ilić, and Onur Özsoy. For any suggestions, questions, or feedback, you can write to us at InterFacingLanguage@gmail.com.
01:04:03
October 19, 2020
Berit Gehrke on event kinds, and "occasional-type adjectives" with event readings
This is the third episode of the InterFacing Language podcast. We talked to Berit Gehrke who is a postdoc at the Slavic department at Humboldt University of Berlin. This podcast is run by three Master's students at Humboldt University of Berlin; Frederic Blum, Ivona Ilić, and Onur Özsoy. For any suggestions, questions, or feedback, you can write to us at InterFacingLanguage@gmail.com.
54:59
October 19, 2020
Manfred Krifka on (semantic) universals, cross-linguistic insights, and "The origins of telicity"
This is the second episode of the InterFacing Language podcast. We talked to Manfred Krifka who is Professor of Linguistics at the Humboldt University of Berlin and Director of the Leibniz Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS). This podcast is run by three Master's students at Humboldt University of Berlin; Frederic Blum, Ivona Ilić, and Onur Özsoy. For any suggestions, questions, or feedback, you can write to us at InterFacingLanguage@gmail.com.
43:28
October 19, 2020
Artemis Alexiadou on Aspect, Nominalizations, Distributed Morphology, Minimalism and more
This is the first episode of the InterFacing Language podcast. We talked to Artemis Alexiadou who is Professor of English Linguistics at the Humboldt University of Berlin and Vice Director at the Leibniz Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS). This podcast is run by three Master's students at Humboldt University of Berlin; Frederic Blum, Ivona Ilić, and Onur Özsoy. For any suggestions, questions, or feedback, you can write to us at InterFacingLanguage@gmail.com.
24:46
October 19, 2020