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Indo-European Seminar

Left dislocation

tea served from 4.15

UserHilla Halla-aho (Helsinki).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 11 March 2020, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Causatives in Sanskrit

tea served from 4.15

UserAntonia Ruppel (Oxford).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 19 February 2020, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

The rise of vowel writing and the transmission of writing within and beyond Afroasiatic

tea served from 4.15

UserDaniel Harbour (Queen Mary) .

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 12 February 2020, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

'What would Catullus do? Epigraphic evidence for manuscript spelling

tea served from 4.15

UserNicholas Zair, Cambridge.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 29 January 2020, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

A Roman ‘folk model’ of courage: animus and metaphor

Tea served from 4.15

UserBill Short University of Exeter .

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 06 March 2019, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Early Latin to Neo-Latin: Festus and Scaliger

Tea served from 4.15

UserAnna Chahoud Trinity College, Dublin.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 27 February 2019, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Italic religious dedications: between local traditions and Graeco-Roman influences

Tea served from 4.15

UserMaria José Estaran University of Zaragoza.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 06 February 2019, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

1st Reading seminar: Harm Pinkster’s Oxford Latin Syntax

Tea served from 4.15

UserSpeaker to be confirmed.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 30 January 2019, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Hieroglyphic Luwian masterclass

Tea served from 4.15

UserWillemijn Waal, Leiden.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 23 January 2019, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

The decline of infinitival complementation in Ancient Greek. A reconsideration

Tea served from 4.15

UserKlaas Bentein, Ghent.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 21 November 2018, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Introduction to the term’s reading seminar on A. Willi Origins of the Greek Verb

Tea served from 4.15

UserSpeaker to be confirmed.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 10 October 2018, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Being non-binary: gender assignment in Old High German

Tea served from 4.15

UserSheila Watts.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 23 November 2016, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Indo-European and Iranian layers of Armenian vocabulary: the case of month names

Tea served from 4.15

UserHrach Martirosyan (Vienna).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 09 November 2016, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Advances in Proto-Basque Reconstruction and The Proto-Indo-European-Euskarian Hypothesis

Tea served from 4.15

UserJuliette Blevins (Graduate Center, CUNY).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 26 October 2016, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

A diachronic perspective on the temporality of the Greek infinitive

Tea served from 4.15

UserJerneja Kavčič (Ljubljana).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 24 February 2016, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Can the Greek dialects be grouped? A response to Parker and Ringe

Tea served from 4.15

UserRupert Thompson and Matthew Scarborough (Cambridge).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 17 February 2016, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

The syntax and semantics of -τος adjectives in Ancient Greek

Tea served from 4.15

UserRob Crellin (Copenhagen).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 10 February 2016, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

The family tree of Iranian and its problems

Tea served from 16.15

UserAgnes Korn .

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 17 June 2015, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

"A phylogenetic classification of Bantu languages and its implications for ancient migration"

Tea served from 16.15

UserDr Rebecca Grollemund (Reading).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 11 March 2015, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

On phylogenetic classification

Tea served from 16.15

UserDr Annemarie Verkerk (Reading).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 04 March 2015, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

From 'RUN' to 'HELP': Anatolian, Core Indo-European and the chronology of a semantic shift

Tea served from 16.15

UserProf. J. L. García Ramón (Cologne).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 11 February 2015, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Scribes, 'scribes' and language contact in Greco-Roman Egypt

Tea served from 16.15

UserMartti Leiwo (Helsinki).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 19 November 2014, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Types of Greek interference in Latin medical translations

Tea served from 16.15

UserDavid Langslow (Manchester).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 12 November 2014, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Monolingual bilinguals? Exploring Greek-Latin code switching with Fronto and friends

Tea served from 16.15

UserAlex Mullen (Oxford).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 29 October 2014, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Greek-Turkish language contacts in the Ottoman Empire: ways of verbal integration

Tea served from 16.15

UserMark Janse (Gent/Oxford).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 22 October 2014, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

An LFG analysis of the Latin reflexive

Tea served from 16.15

UserMarius Johndahl.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 06 November 2013, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

'Formal syntax and language phylogeny

Tea served from 16.15

UserPino Longobardi.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 30 October 2013, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

The ab urbe condita construction in Latin - an LFG account

Tea served from 16.15

UserDag Haug.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 23 October 2013, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Greek in Egypt, a heavyweight minority language

Tea served from 16.15

UserMarja Vierros (Helsinki/New York University).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 27 February 2013, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

Latin as a minority language in late Roman Britain

Tea served from 16.15

UserPaul Russell (ASNAC, Cambridge).

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 20 February 2013, 16:30-17:30

Indo-European Seminar

How many languages were spoken in the ancient world?

Tea served from 16.15

UserJames Clackson, Cambridge.

House1.11 Classics Faculty.

ClockWednesday 06 February 2013, 16:30-17:30

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