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Uwe Reichel ( Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing, University of Munich) 2015. November 1., 2017. October 31. Department of Theoretical Linguistics ALFFA Research Group The CoPaSul toolkit for intonation stylization (2016. december 15.)
Markus Steinbach (University of Göttingen – MTA NYTI) 2017. April 1-June 30. MTA Vendégkutatói Program (Vendéglátó: Hans-Martin Gärtner) Kutatási téma: Cognitive Approaches to the Type-Mood-Force-Nexus: Review and Preview

Grammaticalization of Agreement in German Sign Language (2017. május 4.)

Rákosi György (DE) - Tóth Enikő (DE) 2017. March 23. Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)
The Pronoun Interpretation Problem in child Hungarian
Benkő Ágnes (ELTE Angol nyelvészet doktori program, MTA NYTI) 2017. February 23. Department of Theoretical Linguistics ALFFA Research Group A kontextus hatása vacilláló tövek esetében
Jonathan Bobaljik (Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut) 2017. February 20-24. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Case and Agreement Dependencies
Gillian Ramchand (Department of Language and Culture, University of Tromsø the Arctic University of Norway) 2017. February 20-24. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Situations and Events and The English Auxiliary System
Szécsényi Krisztina (ELTE) 2017. január 24. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Object agreement and locality
Jens Michaelis (Universität Bielefeld) 2016. Nov. 21-25. Department of Theoretical Linguistics 'Grammatika és Pragmatika: A mondatfajták és kölcsönhatásaik a logika és a prozódia között' (Grammatik und Pragmatik: Satztypen und ihre Verknüpfungen zwischen Logik und Prosodie) projekt keretében (Alexander von Humbboldt-Stiftung, Kracht--Gyuris)
Julia Bacskai-Atkari (Universität Potsdam) 2016. November 24. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Equative elements and relative clauses
Swantje Tönnis (University of Göttingen) 2016. November 15. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Experimental Investigations on Exhaustivity in German it-clefts and Hungarian Preverbal Focus
Jóhannes Gísli Jónsson (University of Iceland) 2016. November 2-5. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Subjects and objects in sign languages (2016. November 3.)
Thórhallur Eythórsson  (University of Iceland) 2016. November 2-5. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Weak explicit arguments (2016. November 3.)
Anna-Christina Boell (University of Göttingen) 2016. October 25. Department of Theoretical Linguistics That’s also it! The exhaustivity effect of non-exclusive focus particles on it-clefts
Gregory Grefenstette (INRIA TAO, Université Paris Sud) 2016. October 11. Department of Language Technology and Applied Linguistics Organizing Personal Data with Personal Semantics and Natural Language Processing
Petra Wagner (Universität Bielefeld) 2016. September 15. Department of Theoretical Linguistics ALFFA Research Group Exploiting the speech-gesture link to capture fine-grained prosodic prominence impressions and unveil individual processing strategies
Ilan Kernerman (K Dictionaries, Tel Aviv) 2016. September 15. Department of Language Technology and Applied Linguistics Lexicography today: From a wordbook to knowledge systems
Laurence White (Plymouth University) 2016. September 13. Department of Theoretical Linguistics The origins of speech anti-rhythm
Francis Morton Tyers (UiT The Arctic University of Norway) 2016. July 1. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Universal dependencies and the Uralic languages: The great thing about standards...
Nate Charlow (University of Toronto) 2016. June 23. Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)
The Meaning of Imperatives
Hans Kamp (Universität Stuttgart) 2016. June 14. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Epistemic Specificity: An Example of, and a Guide Towards, a Communication–based Theory of Linguistic Meaning
Farrell Ackerman (University of California San Diego) 2016. June 14. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Inferential Organization in Grammar Systems: Word Structure, Paradigm Organization and Learnability
Nádasdy Ádám (ELTE) 2016. June 7. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Az Isteni Színjáték magyar fordításának nyelvészeti kérdései
Prof. Robert M. Vago (Queens College & Graduate Center, CUNY) 2016. May 31. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS An Optimality Theoretic Account of Hungarian Inflections
Szigetvári Péter (ELTE) 2016. May 19. Department of Theoretical Linguistics ALFFA Research Group Once a consonant, always a consonant
Lucia Satinská (Ą. ©túr Institute of Linguistics, Slovak Academy of Sciences) 2016. May 17. Department of Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Sociolinguistics , Research Center for Multilingualism Mai pozsonyi többnyelvűség
Jaklin Kornfilt (Syracuse University) 2016. May 17. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Turkish Relative Clauses between Central Asia and the Mediterranean
Anna Kocher (University of Vienna) 2016. May 10. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Verum, Epistemic Modality and Root Clause Complementizers in the History of Spanish
Silvio Cruschina (University of Vienna) 2016. May 10. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Focus Fronting and non-at-issue meanings
Balogné Bérces Katalin (PPKE)
2016. April 28. Department of Theoretical Linguistics ALFFA kutatócsoport Skálák és kategóriák a mássalhangzós fonotaktikában
Zólyomi Gábor (ELTE) 2016. April 5. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Copular clauses in Sumerian
Oliver Bott Janina Rado  (University of Tübingen - Goethe University Frankfurt) 2016. March 3. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Processing Quantifiers - Experimental Evidence against Underspecified Representations of Quantifier Scope
Nikolaus Ritt (Universität Wien) 2016. February 25. Department of Theoretical Linguistics ALFFA Research Group An evolutionary explanation of variable stress patterns in English
Hanoch Ben-Yami (CEU) 2016. February 18. Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)
The Quantified Argument Calculus
Jef Verschueren (University of Antwerp) 2016. February 2-4. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Mapping meaning landscapes. The interaction between implicit and explicit  meaning in a theory of pragmatics

Towards a pragmatic typology

Susan Gal (University of Chicago) 2016. January 19. Department of Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Sociolinguistics , Research Center for Multilingualism A nyelvi változás újabb mechanizmusai a szociolingvisztika szempontjából
Geraldine Legendre (Johns Hopkins University) 2016. January 14. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Blocking and anti-blocking effects at the lexicon/semantics interface: The case of French anticausatives
Paul Smolensky (Johns Hopkins University) 2016. January 12. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Grammatical Theory with Gradient Symbol Structures
Vladimir Benko (Slovak Academy of Sciences) 2015. December 17. Department of Language Technology and Applied Linguistics The Frontiers of Electronic Lexicography: the Sketch Engine and the Compatible Sketch Grammars
Karl Pajusalu (University of Tartu) 2015. December 10. Department of Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Sociolinguistics , Research Center for Multilingualism Southern Finnic languages today
Brian Leahy (Department of Linguistics, University of Konstanz) 2015. November 26. Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)
Counterfactual Antecedent Falsity and the Epistemic Sensitivity of Counterfactuals
Jeffrey Parrott (Palacky University Olomouc) 2015. November 26. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Gender Impoverishment, with some comments on the 'Y' problem
Marcin W±giel (Palacky University, Olomouc) 2015. November 24. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Adjectives and kind modification
Bene Annamária (MTA Domus ösztöndíjas; Újvidéki Egyetem) 2015. October 29. Department of Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Sociolinguistics , Research Center for Multilingualism A vajdasági magyar nyelvről
Andreas Blümel (University of Göttingen) 2015. October 26-31. Department of Theoretical Linguistics A survey of verb-second - prospects and problems (2015. October 29.)
Matti Miestamo (University of Helsinki) 2015. October 27. Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics Typology and Uralic languages: Negation and beyond
Anne Tamm (Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem, CEU) 2015. October 27. Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics Negation and Uralic languages: Typology and beyond
Wagner-Nagy Beáta (Hamburgi Egyetem) Szeverényi Sándor (SZTE) 2015. October 27. Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics A nganaszan nyelv beszélt nyelvi annotált korpusza
Dalmi Gréte (Jan Kochanowski University, Kielce) 2015. October 15. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Hungarian disjunctive questions at the syntax/semantics interface
Biró Tamás (ELTE BTK) 2015. October 8. Department of Theoretical Linguistics - Experimental and Analogy-Based Phonology and Morphology Research Group Ami megjelenik, és ami nem jelenik meg a beszédben: Performanciahibák, fedett információ, nyelvi változás (toborzás)
Marcus Kracht (Uni. Bielfeld)
Stavros Skopeteas (Uni. Bielfeld)
Jens Michaelis (Uni. Bielfeld)
Petra Wagner (Uni. Bielfeld)
Andreas Windmann (Uni. Bielfeld)
2015. October 2-3. Department of Theoretical Linguistics a 'Grammatika és Pragmatika: A mondatfajták és kölcsönhatásaik a logika és a prozódia között' (Grammatik und Pragmatik: Satztypen und ihre Verknüpfungen zwischen Logik und Prosodie) projekt workshopja (Alexander von Humbboldt-Stiftung, Kracht--Gyuris)
Gergely György (CEU) 2015. September 24. Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)
Infant Natural Ontology: Conceptual Representations of Kinds and Particulars in the domain of Agency
Gisbert Fanselow (University of Potsdam) 2015. September 15. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Gradient and non-gradient aspects of the superiority effect
Csirmaz Anikó (University of Utah) 2015. June 31. Department of Theoretical Linguistics How to determine telicity
Hideki Kishimoto (Kobe University) 2015. June 23. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Two Kinds of Focus Markers in Sinhala
Bácskai-Atkári Júlia (University of Potsdam) 2015. June 16. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Categories, features and overtness in the CP-periphery
Hindrik Sijens (Fryske Akademy) 2015. June 11. Department of Lexicology and Lexicography The World of Dictionary Portals
Hans Kamp (IMS Stuttgart) 2015. May 20. Department of Theoretical Linguistics Presupposition as abduction? Inferential effects of presupposition accommodation
Ora Matushansky (Utrecht University) 2015. May 20. Department of Theoretical Linguistics The mistake of PredP
Szigetvári Péter (ELTE) 2015. May 14. Department of Theoretical Linguistics - Experimental and Analogy-Based Phonology and Morphology Research Group A brit angol magánhangzórendszer: Kisebb, mint gondolnád
Marian Zouhar (Institute of Philosophy, Slovak Academy of Sciences) 2015. April
 30.
Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)
The Possible World Framework and a Puzzle about Rigidity
Tjeerd de Graaf (Fryske Akademy) 2015. April
 28.
Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics, Department of Language Technology and Applied Linguistics Description of Minority Languages in Russia on the Basis of Census Data, Sound Archives and Fieldwork
GAO Jingyi (Tartui Egyetem és Észt Nyelvi Intézet) 2015. April
 28.
Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics, Department of Theoretical Linguistics Rhyme correspondences between Sinitic and Uralic languages: Observing from Hungarian
Uwe Reichel (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) 2015. April
 21.
Department of Theoretical Linguistics - Experimental and Analogy-Based Phonology and Morphology Research Group Analysis and classification of cooperative and competitive dialogs
Felicitas Kleber
(Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
2015. April
 21.
Department of Theoretical Linguistics Learning to compensate for coarticulation: implications for language
acquisition and sound change
Uwe Reichel (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) 2015. April
 20.
Department of Theoretical Linguistics - Experimental and Analogy-Based Phonology and Morphology Research Group Pitch elbow detection
Mariapaola D’Imperio (Aix-Marseille Université) 2015. March
 26.
Department of Theoretical Linguistics - Experimental and Analogy-Based Phonology and Morphology Research Group Syntax and focus interaction with prosodic phrasing in French
Marcus Kracht (University of Bielefeld) 2015. February
 26.
Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)
Using Each Other's Words
Craige Roberts (Ohio State University – CEU) 2015. February
 26.
Department of Theoretical Linguistics Speech acts in discourse context
Minna Suni (University of Jyväskylä) 2015. February
 19.
Department of Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Sociolinguistics , Research Center for Multilingualism Language education policies and practices in Finland: migrant and minority perspectives
Ritva Takkinen (University of Jyväskylä) 2015. February
 19.
Department of Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Sociolinguistics , Research Center for Multilingualism Bilingual family with hearing parents and deaf and hearing children
Remus Gergel (University of Graz) 2015. February
 17.
Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics Decompositionality in semantic change
Craige Roberts (Ohio State University – CEU) 2015. January
 29.
Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)
Indexicals, Centers and Perspective
Clemens Mayr (ZAS, Berlin) 2015. January
 27.
Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)
On the presuppositional requirements of alternative questions and the consequences for other types of questions and assertions
Éva Buchi (CNRS/ATILF) 2015. January
 27.
Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics What are etymological (and etymographical) units made of: vocables or lexemes?
Szeredi Daniel (New York University) 2015. January
 8.
Department of Theoretical Linguistics - Experimental and Analogy-Based Phonology and Morphology Research Group Apró fonetikai különbségek szerepe a magyar antiharmonikus tövek kérdéskörében
Fodor Brigitta (Stony Brook University) 2015. January
 8.
Department of Theoretical Linguistics - Experimental and Analogy-Based Phonology and Morphology Research Group Számít-e a fonológiai méret szerepe a morfoszintaktikai hibák felismerésében? EEG kísérlet
Rácz Péter (University of Canterbury) 2014. December 11. Department of Theoretical Linguistics - Experimental and Analogy-Based Phonology and Morphology Research GroupAlaktan Kutatócsoport Metonímia a variációban
Jens Michaelis (Bielefeld University) 2014. December 1-5. Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)

a 'Grammatika és Pragmatika: A mondatfajták és kölcsönhatásaik a logika és a prozódia között' (Grammatik und Pragmatik: Satztypen und ihre Verknüpfungen zwischen Logik und Prosodie) projekt workshopja (Alexander von Humbboldt-Stiftung, Kracht--Gyuris)

 

On the Form-Meaning Relations Definable by CoTAGs: An ACG-Perspective (2014. December 4.)

Clemens Mayr (ZAS Berlin) 2014. November 24-28. Department of Theoretical Linguistics  
Shinichiro Ishihara (Goethe University Frankfurt) (Surányi Balázzsal) 2014. November 20. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Multiple positions of sentence-level prominence and prosodic recursion: Evidence from pre-verbal quantifiers in Hungarian

Li Aijun (Kínai Társadalomtudományi Akadémia Nyelvi Intézete) 2014. November 18. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Pitch and Duration as Cues in Perception of Neutral Tone under Different Contexts in Standard Chinese

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Hu Jianhua (Kínai Társadalomtudományi Akadémia Nyelvi Intézete) 2014. November 18. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Sensitivity and Exhaustivity in Dou-Quantification

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Craige Roberts (Ohio State University – CEU) 2014. November 6. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Beyond the Pragmatic Wastebasket: One perspective

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Andreas Windmann és Petra Wagner (Universität Bielefeld) 2014. October 29. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Aspects of Perceptual Prominence

Marcel den Dikken (City University of New York) 2014. September 1-June 30. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Distinguished Guest Scientists of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for the academic year of 2014/15.

Tom Moring (University of Helsinki) 2014. July 8. Department of Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Sociolinguistics, Research Center for Multilingualism

Is digitalization of media a new Gutenberg revolution for minority languages?

Marta Ruda (Jagiellonian University in Kraków) 2014. June 24. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Reconsidering the internal structure of personal pronouns in Hungarian

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Jutta M. Hartmann (Tübingen University) 2014. June 12. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

It-clefts: Syntax and Information Structure

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Uwe Reichel & Katalin Mády (University of Munich – MTA NYTI) 2014. June 3 Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Character contours, accent groups, and prosodic phrasing

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Mari Uusküla (Institute of the Estonian Language, Tallinn) 2014. May 22. Department of Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics and Sociolinguistics, Research Center for Multilingualism

Revisiting linguistic relativity: Lessons from colour, body part and object naming studies

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Michelangelo Falco & Roberto Zamparelli (University of Trento) 2014. May 15. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

The only real pro-nouns

©tefan Beňuą (Constantine the Philosopher University & Slovak Academy of Sciences) 2014. May 8. Department of Theoretical Linguistics - Experimental and Analogy-Based Phonology and Morphology Research Group

Prosodic effects of Lombard speech in Slovak: preliminary findings

Christopher Pinón (Lille) 2014. April 24. Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)

Result states and consequent states

Sóskuthy Márton (University of York) 2014. April  10. Department of Theoretical Linguistics - Experimental and Analogy-Based Phonology and Morphology Research Group

A szó- és kategória-alapú ábrázolások interakciója a derbyi angol /u/ fonetikai megvalósításában

Manfred Bierwisch (ZAS, Berlin) 2014. April  8. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Language is arbitrary – where and why?

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Bácskai-Atkári Júlia (University of Potsdam) 2014. April  1. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Comparative Deletion and the Overtness Requirement

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Bartha Krisztina (Nagyváradi Partiumi Keresztény Egyetem ) 2014 January 19-February 19. Department of Phonetics

MTA Domus Junior ösztöndíj

Zhang Yongwei (CASS IL, Peking) 2013. December 12. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

From Conceptual Model to Data Model in Multimedia & Multimodal Corpus Integration

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Tang Zhengda (CASS IL, Peking) 2013. December 10. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Topicalization as a prominent device in Chinese: With reference to relativization and complementation

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Markus Steinbach (Göttingen University) 2013. October 7-11. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Modality and the Architecture of Grammar - New Insights from Sign Languages (2013. October 10.)
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Kensei Sugayama (Ryukoku University Kyoto/JSPS ) 2013. October 3. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Furniture on Its Really Peculiar Behaviour: A Functional Account
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Ana Maria Brito (Universidade do Porto) 2013. April 30. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

The alternation between improper indirect questions and DPs containing a restrictive relative

Laurence White (Plymouth University) 2013. April 11. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Rhythms for bears to dance to: Form and function in speech timing

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Pierre Jacob (Institut Jean Nicod/CEU) 2013. March 28. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

The scope and limits of Chomsky's naturalism

Prof. Daniel McIntyre (University of Huddersfield) 2013. February 19. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Read all about it! Reporting the news in Early Modern English
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Marcel den Dikken (City University of New York) 2013. January 10. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

On feature interpretability and inheritance
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Gervain Judit (Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception, Paris) 2012. November 15. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Phrasal prosody and word frequency bootstrap word order: A cross-linguistic study in adults and prelexical infants
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Manfred Bierwisch  (Humboldt-Universität, Berlin) 2012. November 13. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Semantic Features – A New Perspective

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Thórhallur Eythórsson (University of Iceland) 2012. October 15-21. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

V2 and the evolution of Germanic clause structure: syntax, phonology and information structure (2012. October 18.)

Jóhannes Gísli Jónsson (University of Iceland) 2012. October 16. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Discourse particles and the structure of Icelandic exclamatives

Edward Vajda (Western Washington University) 2012. October 9. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

The Dene-Yeniseian Connection

Horváth Júlia (Tel Aviv University) 2012. August 7. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Fókuszjelenségek a magyarban

Michael Haugh (Griffith University) 2012. May 29. Department of Oriental Studies

Speaker Meaning in Interaction

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Hans Broekhuis (Meertens Institute Amsterdam) 2012. May 24. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Hans Broekhuis – Henk Verkuyl: Tense and Modality

Michael Riessler (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg) 2012. May 17. Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics

News from Saami documentary linguistics

Abrusán Márta (Lichtenberg-Kolleg) 2012. April 12. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Predicting the Presuppositions of Soft Triggers

Dobzhanskaya, Oksana Eduardovna (Taymyr Research Center of St. Petersburg State University) 2012. April 5. Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics

О состоянии и современной сфере использования языков коренных народов Таймыра (социолингвистическое исследование)

Ivanova, Galina Anatolyevna (Taymyr Research Center of St. Petersburg State University) 2012. April 5. Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics

Современные экологические проблемы Таймырского Долгано-Ненецкого муниципального района

Kosinova, Elena Petrovna (Taymyr Research Center of St. Petersburg State University) 2012. April 5. Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics

Роль Таймырского филиала ЛГУ им. А.С. Пушкина в формировании образовательного пространства региона.

Hakimulina, Olga Nikolaevna (Smolensk State Institute of Arts) 2012. April 5. Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics

Роль музея в образовании студентов северного вуза

Michelangelo Falco (Scuole Normale Superiore, Pisa) 2012. April 3. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Weak Crossover, specificity and LF chains
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Dan Sperber (CEU, Budapest; Institut Nicod, Paris; International Cognition and Culture Institute) 2012. March 29. Department of Theoretical Linguistics
Magyar Szemantikusok Asztaltársasága (MASZAT)

The myth of 'scalar implicature'

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Richard Hudson (professor emeritus, University College, London) 2012. March 27. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Word Grammar and its analysis of word order
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Kensei Sugayama (Kyoto Prefectural University) 2012. March 20. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

The Grammar of Is To: A New Word Grammar Account
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Ofelia Ichim és Florin-Teodor Olariu (Philippide Institute of Romanian Philology of the Romanian Academy) 2011.November 1-14. Research Center for Multilingualism  
Steven M. Lulich, Ph.D (Department of Psychology, Washington University, Saint Louis, Missouri, and Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana) 2011. September 1. Department of Phonetics

Recent Advances in Understanding Subglottal Acoustics During Phonation

Professor Richard S. Kayne (New York University) 2011. May 24. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

More on Relative Pronouns

Prof. Liu Danqing (Institute of Linguistics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) 2011. February 8. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Ideophonic Reduplication of Content Words in Mandarin Chinese: A category shift and its typological background
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Junichi Toyota (Lund University, SOL Centrum, Centre for Cognitive Semiotics/Linguistics) 2011. January 11. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Binarism and linguistic complexity: an evolutionary perspective

Ichim, Ofelia - Florin-Teodor Olariu (Philippide Institute of Romanian Philology of the Romanian Academy) 2010. October 12. Research Center for Multilingualism

A Research Project About the Romanian Immigrants in Turin (Italy)

Youngchul Jun (Seoul National University) 2010. October 14. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Theticity and Contrastivity in Korean with Reference to Hungarian

Andreas Haida (Berlin) 2010. October 12. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Exhaustive Focus in Wh-Questions

Mády Katalin (LMU, München) 2010. September 28. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

A magyar (kontrasztív) topik prozódiájának kísérletes vizsgálata (Gyuris Beátával közösen)

Klaus Hölker (Universität
Hannover)
2010. May 27. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Remarks on Mental Spaces

Alexander Grosu (Tel-Aviv Univ.) 2010. April 1. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

The syntax-semantics of internally headed relatives in Japanese (and Korean)

Bart Geurts (Nijmegen) 2010. March 30-April 1. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

''Embedded implicatures'' explained

Free choice and the proper treatment of quantity implicatures

Bickel Balthazar (University of Leipzig, Department of Language Typology) 2010. March 26. Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics

Ob-BABEL CRP Conference: Typology of hierarchy effects and the tag system

Michal Starke (University of Tromsø) 2010. March 25. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Case in Nanosyntax

Henk Verkuyl (Utrechti Egyetem) 2010. January 18-22. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Binary Tense c. szuperkurzus

J. K. Chambers (University of Toronto) 2009. December 3-4. Department of Language Technology and Sociolinguistics

Talking Heads: Television and Your Language

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Multilingualism and Nationalism (with a Canadian bias)

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Martin Krämer (University of Tromsø) 2009. December 1-3. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Underlying representations in phonology I-II.

M. Arnfinn Vonen (University of Oslo) 2009. October 1. Department of Finno-Ugric and Historical Linguistics

Influence from Norwegian on the pronoun system of Norwegian Sign Language

Zeljko Boskovic (University of Connecticut) 2009. September 22. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

To have and have not: Articles and DP

On Agree and feature valuation/interpretability

Tove Skutnabb-Kangas (Roskilde University, Denmark) 2009. September 1. Department of Language Technology and Sociolinguistics

The ecolinguistic relationship between biodiversity and linguistic diversity - is linguistic homogenisation ruining the planet?

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Gabrielle Hogan-Brun (University of Bristol, England, and University of Basel, Switzerland) 2009. July 21. Research Center for Multilingualism

Tolerance and Linguistic Diversity across Europe

David W. Lightfoot (Georgetown University) & Betty Tuller (Florida Atlantic University) 2009. July 6-10. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Language and complexity science: dynamics szuperkurzus
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Gabriela Haja (Romanian Academy, “A. Philippide” Institute of Romanian Philology, Iasi) 2009. June 11. Department of Language Technology and Sociolinguistics

The Present Results of the eDTLR – Thesaurus Dictionary of Romanian Language in Digital Format – Project (2007–2010)

Anna Bondaruk (John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin) 2009. April 23. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

The Case Marking of PRO in Polish Revisited

Patrick Geary (Professor of Medieval History at UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.) 2009. February 17. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Vernacular Language and Identity

Mark Newson (ELTE) 2009. January 12-16. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Szuperkurzus: OT Syntax

Shinichiro Ishihara (University of Potsdam) 2008. November 13. Department of Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics

Freeing Focus from Prosodic Hierarchy: Phase-based Prosody and Relative Prominence

Hans Kamp (IMS, Universität Stuttgart) 2008. June 2-6. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

The Semantics of Tense and Aspect in a Dynamic Setting c. szuperkurzus

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Blaho Sylvia (University Of Tromsø, Center of Advanced Studies in Theoretical Linguistics) 2008. April 21-24. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

ERASMUS-mobilitás előadássorozat III.: Case studies: Hungarian voicing assimilation & Pasiego vowel harmony

Robert M. Vago (Queens College and The Graduate Center, CUNY) 2008. April 22. Department of Phonetics

On the Phonology of Hungarian Inflections / A magyar toldalékolás fonológiájáról

Heinz Vater (University of Cologne) 2007. December 11. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Sein + participle constructions in German

Horváth Júlia (Tel Aviv University) 2007. October 9. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Causativization and the Lexicon-Syntax Parameter

John Myhill (University of Haifa, Israel) 2007. September 18. Department of Sociolinguistics and Department of Finno-Ugric

Which is more important to national identity, language or religion?

Farrell Ackerman (University of California, San Diego) 2007. June 4-8. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Construction theoretic approaches to grammar: Lessons for Syntax from Wordbased Morphology c. szuperkurzus

Edgar Onea (Universität Stuttgart) 2007. May 8. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Pragmatic and semantic aspects of focus in Hungarian c. előadás

Anna Bondaruk (John Paul II. Catholic University, Lublin) 2007. April 26. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Obligatory control in Polish - a minimalist account

Bruce Morén (University of Tromso, Norvégia) és Christian Uffmann (University of Tromso, Norvégia) 2007. April 23-26. Department of Theoretical Linguistics

Fonológiai előadássorozat

Gulya János (Göttingen) 2007. April 12. Department of Finno-Ugric

Göttingeni motivációk a magyar nyelvtudományban (Leibniz, Kant, Budenz) c. előadás

Tom Moring (University of Helsinki) 2007. April 12. Department of Experimental Linguistics

The role of  minority media in preserving self-identity c. előadás

Catherine O. Ringen (University of Iowa) 2007. March 27. Department of Phonetics

Phonoligists need phonetics c. előadás

Maria Lekakou (Meertens Institute, Amszterdam) 2007. February 8. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Towards a European network for dialect syntax: the Edisyn project c. projektindító megbeszélés

Marcus Kracht (Department of Linguistics, UCLA) 2006/2007-os tanév Department of Language Technology

Interpreted Languages and Compositionality
előadássorozat (szuperkurzus)

Double Case and Suffixaufnahme - How Morphology Challenges Syntactic Theory c. előadás

Shinichiro Ishihara (Potsdami Egyetem) 2006. November 16. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Prosody by Phase: Scope-Prosody Correspondence in Japanese Wh-questions

Donka F. Farkas (University of California at Santa Cruz) 2006. June 19-23. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Context Structures Szuperkurzus

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Hatoss Anikó (University of Southern Queensland, Australia) 2006. May 15-től June 20-ig Department of Sociolinguistics  
Prof. Durk Gorter (Fryske Akademy/Universiteit van Amsterdam) 2006. May 4. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

European minority languages and the Mercator project c. előadás

Louise Mycock (Ph.D. diák, University of Manchester) 2006. March-April Department of Phonetics  
Ivana Simeon (Zágrábi Egyetem) 2006. February 13.- mácius 31. Department of Language Technology  
Noam Chomsky (MIT) 2004. May 17. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Public lectures of Prof. Julius Moravcsik (Stanford) and Prof. Noam Chomsky (M.I.T.) (2004. May 17, MTA Székháza)

A biolingvisztika és az emberi minőség c. előadás

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Julius M. Moravcsik (Stanford) 2004. May 17. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Public lectures of Prof. Julius Moravcsik (Stanford) and Prof. Noam Chomsky (M.I.T.) (2004. May 17, MTA Székháza)

Ivan A. Sag (Stanford) 2003. September 18. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Locality and Nominal Constructions c. előadás

Ian Roberts (University of Cambridge) 2003. April 1-3. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

Types of Parametric Change és Remarks on Head Movement c. előadások

John Searle (University of California, Berkeley) 2002. June 13. Research Institute for Linguistics, HAS

intézeti előadásának képei