Lectures

     2018

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  1. There is no inalienable possession in French. Workshop: the syntax of possession. Utrecht University, 20 April 2018. 
     

  2. Counting ‘high’ and ‘low’. Faculty symposium Humanities: The Myth of High and Low Culture, Leiden University, 5 April 2018.
     

  3. Against 'inalienable' possession. DGfS 2018: Possessive relations: interpretation, syntax and argument structure, University of Stuttgart, 8 March 2018.
     
  4. Vers un nouveau modèle de publication: Fair Open Access.  7es journées science ouverte 2018 : 100% open access : initiatives pour une transition réussie. Couperin, Paris, 23 January 2018.

    2017
     
  5. How and what to choose: Journal categories and Open Access. Workshop ‘International Quality Standards in Pub
    lishing’, University of Vienna, 2 February 2017.
  6. With Erik Schoorlemmer: On Germanic numerals and possessors. DP60@MIT, 11 February 2017.
     

  7. Open access models for the humanities and the social sciences, LERU Social Sciences and Humanities Policy Group meeting, Utrecht, 13-14 February 2017.
     

  8. With Pierre Pica, Jairo Saw, and Alberto Tonda: Mundurucu number words as a window on Short-Term Memory. Royal Society meeting: The origins of numerical abilities: the future, The Royal Society at Chicheley Hall, 22-23 February 2017.
     

  9. From Lingua to Glossa. SGHRM WG 'EDUCATION & SKILLS', Brussels, Directorate General for Research and Innovation, Open Science and ERA policy, 9 March 2017.
     

  10. (Fair) Open Access. Studium Generale, Leiden, 14 March 2017.
     

  11. With Saskia de Vries: A transition to Fair Open Access: LingOA, MathOA, PsyOA. 13th Berlin Open Access Conference: building capacity for the transformation. Berlin, 21-22 March 2017.
     

  12. Fair Open Access: LingOA and beyond. Workshop: A transition to Fair Open Access, Leiden University, 7 April 2017.
     

  13. A Fair Open Access publishing model. The Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Series, Université de Lille Sciences et Technologies, 19-21 April 2017.
     

  14. With Saskia de Vries: Towards Fair Open Access. Science Europe Working Group on Open Access to Research Publications Workshop ‘Challenging the current business models in academic publishing – Accelerators and obstacles to the Open Access transition’. Brussels, 26-27 April 2017.
     

  15. A model for the transition from subscription to Fair Open Access. Workshop BE-OPEN (Boosting Engagement of Serbian Universities in Open Science), Leiden, CWTS, 17-19 May 2017.
     

  16. How to put together negation in French. University of Oxford, 23 May 2017, (invited talk)
     

  17. With Martin Paul Eve and Saskia de Vries: The transition to Open Access: the state of the Market, offsetting deals, and a demonstrated model for Fair Open Access with the Open Library of Humanities. The 21th International Conference on Electronic Publishing (ELPUB 2017), 6-8 June 2017.
     

  18. With Lena Karvovskaya: Redefining French inalienable possession. Syntax Interface Lectures Utrecht, 19 June 2017, (invited talk).
     

  19. Everything you have ever wanted to know about publishing but were afraid to ask. Deuxième journée Langage et Communication, University of Geneva, 14 September 2017 (invited talk).
     

  20. From Lingua to Glossa: Linguistics in Fair Open Access. Open Access Day, University at Albany, State University of New York, 26 October 2017 (invited talk).

    2016
     

  21. With Pierre Pica: Computing quantities. Lorentz Workshop: Tightening the articulation between language and number, 8-11 March 2016, Leiden University.
     

  22. With Monica Lau: Defining evidential SVØ parentheticals. Symposium on Evidentiality, Egophoricity, and Engagement: descriptive and typological perspectives, Stockholm 17-18 March 2016, Stockholm University.
     

  23. LingOA: a roadmap to Fair Open Access. Workshop Open Science – Knowledge for All, Lisbon, 29 March 2016, Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia e Ensino Superior.
     

  24. With Saskia De Vries: Researchers for Open Access The Linguistics in Open Access (LingOA) initiative. Foresight on Open Science: Expert Panel Workshop prior to NL Presidency Conference on Open Science, 4-5 April 2016, Amsterdam.
     

  25. Transition from Elsevier/Lingua to Ubiquity Press/Glossa. Panelgesprek: Open Access in de Humane Wetenschappen, KULeuven, 4 May 2016.
     

  26. Linguistics in Fair Open Access. Annual UNT Open Access Symposium, 19-20 May 2016, University of North Texas (keynote talk).
     

  27. LingOA: transitie naar Fair Open Access. Open Science & Humanities: een vruchtbare combinatie. Spui 25, 31 May 2016, University of Amsterdam.
     

  28. Ways to optimize journal websites: Glossa as a case study. Webinar organized by Scholastica, 9 September 2016.
     

  29. From subscription to Open Access journals: the experience of a mutinous editor, Open Access Roundtable, EUI Florence, 27 September 2016. (keynote talk).
     

  30. With Martin Krämer: A tale of two journals, or how Elsevier pushed Open Access in Linguistics, Munin conference, UiT, The Arctic University of Norway, 21-22 November 2016.
     

  31. Introduction to academic publishing, VariaForMea Winter School 2016, Macolin, 6 December 2016.
     

  32. From book to dissertation, VariaForMea Winter School 2016, Macolin, 6 December 2016.

    2015
     

  33. With Monica Lau: Aspect, évidentialité et mirativité, Séminaire de l’UMR 7020, Paris VIII, 16 March 2015. (invited talk).
     

  34. With Monica Lau: The syntax of SVØ parentheticals. Séminaire LaGraM, CNRS, 16 March 2015. (invited talk).
     

  35. With Monica Lau: From aspect to evidentiality and mirativity. University of Potsdam, 19 May 2015. (invited talk).
     

  36. with Saskia de Vries and Natalia Grygierczyk: A Fair Open Access publishing model. European Commission Workshop Alternative Open Access Publishing Models: Exploring New Territories in Scholarly Communication. Brussels, 12 October 2015.
     

  37. Linguistics in Fair Open Access. Open Access: Who Takes the Plunge? Discussion by Gerard Meijer et al., moderation by Martijn van Calmthout, Radboud University, 19 October 2015.
     

  38. From Lingua to Glossa: Linguistics in Fair Open Access, Going Romance 30, Nijmegen, 10-12 December 2015 (Keynote talk)
     

  39. Definites: contexts, kinds, inalienable possession, and free choice. Going Romance 30, Nijmegen, 10-12 December 2015 (Keynote talk)

    2014
     

  40. With Erik Schoorlemmer: Mistaken identity: ellipsis, mismatches, and underspecification. LSA Winter Meeting, Minneapolis, 3-5 January 2014.
     

  41. Whither linguistics? Neither physics, not archaeology! Taalkunde in Nederland (TiN) dag, Utrecht University, 1 February 2014.
     

  42. With Monica Lau: The syntax of SVØ parentheticals. UiL-OTS Syntax interface lectures. 17 February 2014, (invited talk).
     

  43. Linguistics. From physics towards archaeology. Linguistics Quo vadis? Max Planck Institute, Nijmegen. 10 March 2014 (invited talk).
     

  44. PhD supervision: from individual to shared responsibility. University of Zürich, 27 March 2014 (invited talk).
     

  45. Whither linguistics? Neither physics, nor archaeology! Linguistics 'in transition'? ACLC Seminar, University of Amsterdam, 25 April 2014. (invited talk).
     

  46. Core knowledge systems and the language faculty. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 16 May 2014. (invited talk).
     

  47. A compositional analysis of French negation. Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen, 21 May 2014. (invited talk)
     

  48. Core knowledge systems and the language faculty. Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen, 22 May 2014. (invited talk)
     

  49. With Erik Schoorlemmer: Prenominal possessives in Germanic: the X°/XP parameter. Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop 29, 25-27 September 2014.
     

  50. Une analyse compositionnelle de la négation en français. Université de Lille III, 17 October 2014. (invited talk).

    2012-2013
     

  51. With Erik Schoorlemmer: False identity: ellipsis, mismatches, and underspecification. Identity in Ellipsis Conference, Leiden University, 20-21 September 2013.
     

  52. Knowledge and culture. NIAS workshop Humanities, Social Sciences & “Horizon 2020” , NIAS, 10-11 October 2013. (invited talk).
     

  53. Whither linguistics? Neither physics, not archaeology! KNAW Conference Diversity and Universals in Language, Culture, and Cognition, , Leiden University, 24-27 October 2013. (invited talk)
     

  54. The knowledge and culture project. NIAS seminar Female Beauty Systems Throughout the Centuries, 7-8 November 2013 (invited talk).
     

  55. with Guido Vanden Wyngaerd. On reflexive pronouns, the Elsewhere principle, and the delay of Principle B. NIAS workshop: Referentiality: Pronouns and determiners in native and learner grammars, organized by Ianthi Tsimpli, 2-3 April 2012.
     

  56. with Camelia Constantinescu and Jenny Doetjes. How syntactic categories restrict the modal base. Modality Workshop@UOttawa, University of Ottawa, 20-21 April, 2012.
     

  57. Martine Coene, Kristin Daemers, Paul Govaerts, Johan Rooryck: The role of low-frequency hearing in the acquisition of morphology in hearing impaired children. Invited lecture at the 11th International Congress of the European Society of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology (ESPO2012), Amsterdam, 20-23 May 2012.
     

  58. with Henkjan Honing: Core knowledge systems, language and music. NIAS seminar, 24 May 2012.
     

  59. with Monica Lau: A dynamic semantic approach to evidential parentheticals. The Nature of Evidentiality, Leiden University, 16-18 June 2012.
     

  60. with Guido Vanden Wyngaerd: Binding from first principles. Reference and antecedence: how far does the grammar reach? , University of Durham, 28-29 August 2012 (invited talk).

    2010-2011
     

  61.  Knowledge, language, and culture. Distinguished Lorentz Fellowship talk, NIAS, Wassenaar, 5 April 2011.
     

  62. with Monica Lau: The syntax and semantics of SVØ parentheticals. LUCL Colloquium, 29 April 2011.
     

  63. Hammer, Annemiek, Martine Coene, Johan Rooryck & Paul Govaerts. Grammar-in-noise perception deficits in young cochlear-implanted children. Poster presentation at the 10th European Symposium on Paediatric Cochlear Implantation (ESPCI), Athens. Abstract in the Supplement Volume of the International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 12 May 2011.
     

  64. Hammer, Annemiek, Martine Coene, Johan Rooryck & Paul Govaerts. Cochlear implanted children outperform specific language impaired peers on verbal morphology. 10th European Symposium on Paediatric Cochlear Implantation (ESPCI), Athens. Abstract in the Supplement Volume of the International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 13 May 2011.
     

  65. Hammer, A., Coene, M., Rooryck, J., Govaerts, P. Finite verb morphology in spontaneous speech of cochlear-implanted children and hearing-aided children with moderate to severe hearing loss. 12th International Congress for the Study of Child Language (IASCL). Montreal, Canada (2011).
     

  66. with Guido Vanden Wyngaerd. Reducing Binding to Agree. The world of reflexives, Utrecht University, 25-27 August 2011.
     

  67. with Guido Vanden Wyngaerd. The distribution of pronouns and the Elsewhere Principle. 44th Annual meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, University of La Rioja, Logroño, 8-11 September 2011.
     

  68. Core knowledge systems and the language faculty. Syntax Circle, Meertens Institute, 30 November 2011.
     

  69. with Guido Vanden Wyngaerd: Dissolving reflexivity into Agree. Utrecht Syntax Circle, 17 February 2010.
     

  70. with Gertjan Postma: Restricted Linguistic Systems as a subset of human language. 31st TABU-dag, Groningen, 3 June 2010.
     

  71. Binding, Agree, and the Elsewhere Principle. Colloquium ter gelegenheid van het afscheid van Brigitte Kampers-Manhe, University of Groningen, 24 June 2010.
     

  72. with Guido Vanden Wyngaerd: The syntax of spatial anaphora. Peculiar Binding configurations, University of Stuttgart, 24-25 September 2010.

    2009
     

  73. with Guido Vanden Wyngaerd: Binding and the Elsewhere principle. TIN-dag, Utrecht University, 7 February 2009.
     

  74. with Gertjan Postma: When spell-out is vocalization – and when it is not. GLOW 32, Université de Nantes, 15-18 April 2009.
     

  75. Verbist, Annemie, Martine Coene, Steven Gillis, Paul Govaerts & Johan Rooryck. The development of pronouns in cochlear implanted children. Poster presentation at the European Symposium on Pediatric Cochlear Implantation, Warschau, 14-17 May 2009.
     

  76. Coene, Martine, Kristin Daemers, Paul Govaerts & Johan Rooryck. Better prosodic perception may improve grammatical performance in CI-children. Poster presentation at the 12th Symposium on Cochlear Implants in Children, Seattle, 17-21 June 2009.
     

  77. Verbist, Annemie, Martine Coene, Steven Gillis, Johan Rooryck & Paul Govaerts. The development of pronouns in pediatric cochlear implanted children. Poster presentation at the International Conference on Cochlear Implants in Children, Seattle, 17-21 June 2009.


  78. Hammer, Annemiek, Martine Coene, Steven Gillis, Johan Rooryck & Paul Govaerts. Longer utterances, more verbs: at age 6, cochlear implanted children outperform mild-to-moderate hearing aided children. Poster presentation at the International Conference on Cochlear Implants in Children, Seattle, 17-21 June 2009.

    2008
     

  79. with Guido Vanden Wyngaerd: In defense of the unaccusative analysis of reflexives. TIN-dag, Utrecht University, 2 February 2008.
     

  80. Hammer, Annemiek, Anne van der Kant, Martine Coene, Steven Gillis, Johan Rooryck & Paul Govaerts. Morphological development in Dutch-speaking cochlear implanted deaf children. Poster presentation at the International Morphology Meeting, Vienna, 4-6 February 2008.
     

  81. Govaerts, Paul, Martine Coene, Steven Gillis, Annemiek Hammer, Oydis Hide, Johan Rooryck, Karen Schauwers, Agneta Souman & Annemie Verbist. The linguistic benefits of cochlear implantation before 12 months in prelingual oral deaf children. Cochlear Implant Conference, San Diego, 11 April 2008.
     

  82. On the scalar nature of syntactic negation in French. Research seminar, University of Genève, 27 May 2008. (invited lecture).
     

  83. Verbist, Annemie, Martine Coene, Steven Gillis, Johan Rooryck & Paul Govaerts.The acquisition of pronominal relations in Dutch-speaking cochlear implanted deaf children. Poster presentation at the XIth conference of the International Association for the Study of Child Language, Edinburgh, 28 July - 1 August 2008.
     
  84. Hammer, Annemiek, Martine Coene, Steven Gillis, Johan Rooryck & Paul Govaerts. The acquisition of morpho-syntax in hearing-impaired children. Poster presentation at the XIth conference of the International Association for the Study of Child Language, Edinburgh, 28 July – 1 August 2008.
     

  85. Coene, Martine, Kristin Daemers, Paul Govaerts, Steven Gillis & Johan Rooryck. Acquisition of morphology guided by pitch: evidence from Dutch-speaking children with a cochlear implant. Oral presentation at the XIth conference of the International Association for the Study of Child Language (symposium on “Prosody development: typical and atypical). Edinburgh, July 28 – August 1, 2008.
     

  86. Hammer, Annemiek, Annemie Verbist, Martine Coene, Steven Gillis, Johan Rooryck & Paul Govaerts. The acquisition of morpho-syntax in children with a cochlear implant. A comparison with children with classical hearing aid and with children with specific language impairment. Poster presentation at the 15 years CNTS workshop, Antwerp, 7 November 2008.

    2005-2007
     

  87. with Martine Coene: Revisiting Lenneberg: Empirical evidence for biological constraints on language development. The ninth conference of the English Department, University of Bucharest, 31 May - 2 June 2007 (invited lecture).
     

  88. with Guido Vanden Wyngaerd. The syntax of spatial anaphora. Belgische Kring voor Linguïstiek, Ghent University, 5 May 2007.
     

  89. with Annemie Verbist, Martine Coene & Steven Gillis. The role of the antecedent's accessibility in the acquisition of Dutch object pronouns. The annual conference of the English Department, University of Bucharest, Linguistics. 23-24 June 2006
     

  90. with Gertjan Postma: Restricted linguistic systems as sub-systems of full language: Non-detached imperatives. University of Stellenbosch, 6-10 November 2006.
     

  91. On the scalar nature of syntactic negation in French. Going Romance 2006. 20th Symposium on Romance Linguistics. 7-8 December 2006. (invited lecture).
     

  92. Control via selection. New Horizons in the Grammar of Raising and Control, LSA Linguistic Institute Workshop, Harvard University, 8-10 July 2005.
     

  93. with Jeroen Van Craenenbroeck & Guido Vanden Wyngaerd. If control raises, it fails to copy, reconstruct, or linearize. New Horizons in the Grammar of Raising and Control, LSA Linguistic Institute Workshop, Harvard University, 8-10 July 2005.

    2000-2003
     

  94. Modality and evaluation: want vs. need. Utrecht University, 26 March 2003 (invited talk).
     

  95. On the non-uniformity of Wh- in situ. International conference on comparative Romance linguistics, University of Antwerp,19-21 September 2002 (invited talk).
     

  96. Licensing strategies for Wh- in situ. Università di Padova, Settima giornata di dialettologia, 8 June 2001. (invited talk).
     

  97. with Gertjan Postma: On participial imperatives. TIN-dag, Utrecht University, 3 February 2001, also at: Imperatives and Functional Projections: A Workshop for Frits Beukema ULCL/HIL, University of Leiden, 26 June 2001.
     

  98. Persoonsontdubbeling en Bindingstheorie: een analyse van zich en zichzelf. KULeuven, 20 April 2001 (invited talk)
     

  99. with Jenny Doetjes: Quality and quantity agree. TIN-dag, Utrecht University, 5 February 2000.
     

  100. with Jenny Doetjes: Quality and quantity agree. From NP to DP, University of Antwerp, 10-12 February 2000.
     

  101. with Jenny Doetjes: Quality and quantity agree. Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages 30, The University of Florida, Gainesville, 24-27 February 2000.

    1998-1999
     

  102. with Guido Van den Wyngaerd: Binding, identity, and dissociation. Table ronde CNRS-LOT: Argument structure and reflexives. 29-30 January 1999.
     

  103. with Guido Van den Wyngaerd: The distribution of direct and indirect Inalienable Possession in French. Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages 29, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 8-11 April 1999.
     

  104. with Sjef Barbiers: On the interpretation of there in Existentials. WCCFL 17, University of British Columbia, 20-22 February 1998.
     

  105. Two types of identity: zich and zichzelf in Dutch. UCLA Dept of Linguistics, 9 April 1998. (invited talk).
     

  106. Different selves: zich and zichzelf in Dutch. Dept of Linguistics, University of Delaware, 15 April 1998 (invited talk).
     

  107. Aspects configurationnels de l’évidentialité. Cinquième Colloque de Linguistique Romane, ‘La modification adverbiale dans les langues romanes’, Université de Groningue, 10-12 September 1998.
     

  108. with Guido Van den Wyngaerd: Puzzles of identity: Binding at the interface. NELS 29, University of Delaware, 16-18 October 1998.

    1996-1997
     

  109. A unified analysis of French interrogative and complementizer qui/ que. 26th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, University of California, Irvine, 20-22 February 1997.
     

  110. Seem and believe: two sides of the same coin. University of Maryland, 3 April 1997. (invited talk)
     

  111. with Guido Van den Wyngaerd: The Self as Other: a Minimalist approach to zich and zichzelf in Dutch. NELS 28, University of Toronto, 24-26 October 1997.
     

  112. with Pierre Pica: Propositional attitudes. 26th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa, 28-30 March 1996.

    1995
     

  113. with Teun Hoekstra, Dynamic and stative HAVE. Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop, Katholieke Universiteit Brussel, 17-19 January 1994.
     

  114. On the interaction between Focus and ECM with B-verbs. 25th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, University of Washington, Seattle, 2-4 March 1995.
     

  115. with João Costa: On Pseudo-raising in English and Portuguese. Fifth colloquium on generative grammar, A Coruña, 5-7 April 1995.
     
  116. Focus as a primitive of raising verbs, GLOW 18, Universitetet i Tromsø,  
    31 May – 2 June 1995.

     

  117. with João Costa: On Pseudo-raising Langues et Grammaire II, Paris, 8-10 June 1995.
     

  118. with Gertjan Postma: Modality and possession in NPs. NELS 26, Harvard - MIT, 27-30 October 1995.

    1994
     

  119. On two types of syntactic underspecification. The Morphology - Syntax connection, MIT, 4-5 January 1994.
     

  120. Prepositions, functional projections, and minimalist case-assignment. Ninth Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop, Harvard University, 5-6 January 1994.
     

  121. Discussion: the diachronic development of Romance clitics. The third diachronic generative syntax conference, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 30 March - 1 April, 1994. (invited talk).
     

  122. On passive as partitive quantification, Grammaticamodellen Stafseminar, Katholieke Universiteit Brabant, Tilburg , 20 April 1994. (invited talk)
     

  123. La nature partitive du passif. Université Paris 8, Saint-Denis, Institut d'anglais (Paris 7), 30 May 1994. (invited talk)
     

  124. with Teun Hoekstra and Rose-Marie Déchaine: Augmented have and nonaugmented have. Langues et Grammaire 1, Paris 8 Saint-Denis, 23-24 June 1994.
     

  125. Rightward movement in Germanic and Romance PPs. Tilburg Conference on Rightward Movement, Katholieke Universiteit Brabant, Tilburg 6-9 October 1994.
     

  126. Het universele en het specifieke van het Frans. Inaugural lecture, Leiden University, 28 October 1994.
     

  127. On the role of Focus with Raising verbs: the case of seem and believe. Going Romance VIII, University of Utrecht, 8-10 December 1994.

    1993
     

  128. Twenty years after: the Intervention Constraint revisited. Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Syntax Session IV, Los Angeles, 10 January 1993.
     

  129. On Bach's generalization and null argument Binding. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 4 February 1993. (invited talk)
     

  130. Against optional movement for clitic climbing. 23nd Annual Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, 1-4 April 1993.
     

  131. On the functional projection of prepositions. Université du Québec à Montréal, 18 June 1993. (invited talk)
     

  132. Prepositions and FPs.Taalkundig Colloquium, University of Groningen, 12 November 1993. (invited talk)
     

  133. On the difference between syntactic a- and 0- underspecification. Going Romance 1993. University of Utrecht, 11-12 December 1993.

    1992
     

  134. Clitic ordering in Romance imperatives. Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Morphology Session II, Philadelphia, 11 January 1992.
     

  135. Romance enclitic ordering: restricting Relativized Minimality. 22nd Annual Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, El Paso, 20-23 February 1992.
     

  136. Relativizing Relativized Minimality: some evidence from Romance clitic ordering. XVIII Incontro di grammatica generativa, Ferrara (Italy), 27-29 February 1992. (invited talk)
     

  137. La position postverbale des clitiques dans les langues romanes. Université Paris 8, Saint-Denis, Institut d'anglais (Paris 7), 15 June 1992 (invited talk).
     

  138. On Control and Binding by null arguments. The City University of New York, 24 November 1992 (invited talk).
     

  139. On control by null arguments in French and English. Going Romance 1992: Exploiting and enriching the resources of Romania, University of Utrecht, 11-12 December 1992.

    1991
     

  140. Deriving control from the relation of infinitival morphology with lexical subevent structure. The Ohio State University, 14 January 1991 (invited talk).
     

  141. with Alice ter Meulen: The quantificational force of static and dynamic predication. Indiana University Department of Linguistics Colloquium series, 22 February 1991. Also presented at the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, Arizona State University, Tempe, 1-3 March 1991.
     

  142. Negative and factive islands without the ECP. Chicago Linguistics Society 27. Parasession on negation, 25-27 April 1991.
     

  143. Sur la théorie du contrôle. Université Paris 8, Saint-Denis, Institut d'anglais (Paris 7), 10 June 1991 (invited talk).
     

  144. Over negatieve en factieve eilanden. K.U.Leuven, (University of Louvain, Belgium), 18 June 1991. (invited talk)
     

  145. Clitic ordering in Romance. Indiana University Department of Linguistics Colloquium series, 11 October 1991.
     

  146. Event structure, lexical coindexation, and control. Workshop on lexical specification and lexical insertion, University of Utrecht, 9-11 December 1991.

    1990
     

  147. Verbal metaphor and syntax. Pennsylvania State University, 17 January 1990.
     

  148. Control variations and the structure of causation. Indiana University,        
     8 February 1990. (invited talk)

     

  149. On the distinction between raising and control in French. 20th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, Ottawa, Ontario, 10-14 April 1990.
     

  150. On the relation between control and aspect. Indiana University Department of      
    Linguistics Colloquium series, 28 September 1990.

     

  151. Contrôle et coïndexation aspectuelle: vers une formulation modulaire de la théorie du contrôle. Université du Québec à Montréal, 1 November 1990. (invited talk).
     

  152. A modular account of control theory: V-C government and aspectual coindexation. The City University of New York, 27 November 1990 (invited talk).

    1986-1989
     

  153. with Pierre Pica: On the so-called 'retroactive' infinitival construction in French. 19th Annual Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, Columbus, 21-23 April 1989.
     

  154. Variable control of non-expressed subjects in French infinitive constructions. The Pennsylvania State University, 7 September 1989.
     

  155. with Yves D'Hulst: An ECM analysis of French perception and movement verbs. Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Syntax I session, Washington, D.C., 28 December 1989.
     

  156. Control variations in transfer verbs. Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Semantics II session, Washington, D.C., 29 December 1989.
     

  157. Les verbes à contrôleur variable. Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen, 26 April 1988 (invited talk).
     

  158. Métaphore et agent implicite. Colloque international: Hétérogénéités: ruptures - silences - ellipses, Urbino, 11-15 July 1988.      
     

  159. que/ qui: pronoms relatifs ou complémenteurs? XVIIe Congrès International de Linguistique et de Philologie Romanes, University of Trier, 19-24 May 1986.

     

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