Susi Wurmbrand

teaching

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Date Place Course Material
2018 Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI), St. Petersburg, Russia Course: Case and agreement across clause boundaries
2018 ACTL Summer School, London, UK Course: Cross-clausal A-dependencies Handout 1
Handout 2 (slides)
Handout 3
2017 Winter School, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv University Course: A-movement and features
2017-18 Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Wien, Vienna, Austria Proseminar: Formale Syntax

Seminar: Der A/A-bar Unterschied: Herausforderungen und neuere Entwicklungen (The A/A-bar distinction: Challenges and newer developments)
2017 Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI), St. Petersburg, Russia Course: Discoveries and puzzles in syntax
2017 Institut für Linguistik, Goethe Universität Frankfurt Lecture series on binding
2016-17 Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Wien, Vienna, Austria Course and proseminar: Grammatiktheorie und Struktur einer nichtindogermanischen Sprache — Tagalog

Seminar: Universalien und Variation in Satzeinbettungen
2016 Center for Research in Syntax, Semantics, & Phonology (CRISSP), Brussels, Belgium Lecture series: Variable clause size cross-linguistically——The extent and significance of restructuring
2016 Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI), St. Petersburg, Russia Course: Feature dependencies - the ups and downs of Agree
2016 Netherlands Graduate School in Linguistics, LOT Summer School, Utrecht, The Netherlands Course: The ups and downs of Agree
2015 EGG Summer School, Brno, Czech Republic Course: Cross-linguistic investigation of restructuring and finiteness—Implications for clausal domains and locality
2015 Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI), St. Petersburg, Russia Course: Topics in the Morphosyntax of Agreement (with J. Bobaljik and L. Kalin)
2015 Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Wien, Vienna, Austria Seminar: Seminar aus Grammatiktheorie und kognitiver Sprachwissenschaft (Locality domains of variable binding and quantifier raising; semester course; lecture block)
2014 Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI), St. Petersburg, Russia Courses: Morphology: the syntactic structure of words (with J. Bobaljik); Syntax 2 (with J. Bailyn); Puzzles in syntax and semantics
2013 Department of Linguistics, University of São Paulo Mini course: Move, Agree, and phasehood in raising constructions—a typology
2013 Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Wien, Vienna, Austria Proseminar: Phasensyntax und syntaktische Abhängigkeiten (Syntax of phases and syntactic dependencies; semester course; lecture block)
2000 Concordia University, Department of Linguistics, Montréal Course: Generative Syntax II (undergraduate syntax introduction)
1999 Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Wien, Vienna, Austria Proseminar: Verbsyntax der germanischen Sprachen (Verb syntax of the Germanic languages)
2003, 2007, 2009 Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut Language and mind (undergraduate) Syllabus
2007-2015 Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut The science of linguistics (undergraduate) Syllabus
2008, 2012, 2013 Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut Syntax and semantics (undergraduate) Syllabus
2014 (Spring and Fall) Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut Syntax (undergraduate) Syllabus
2013, 2015, 2016 Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut Advanced introduction to syntax (undergraduate and graduate) Syllabus
2004 (5 hours), 2006-2015 Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut Syntax I (graduate) Syllabus
2009 Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut Syntax II (graduate) Syllabus
2003, 2006, 2008 Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut Readings and research in syntax (graduate) Syllabus
2004, 2006 Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut Generals workshop (graduate)
2004 Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut Professional methods (graduate)

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Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut Advanced graduate seminars:
  • Syntax and semantics of infinitives (with Y. Sharvit)
  • Topics in Germanic syntax
  • Word order and scope (with J. Bobaljik)
  • Economy in Syntax
  • Syntactic dependencies
  • Agree, Merge, and Phasehood
  • Phases and features
  • Syntactic domains, transparency phenomena, and some locality
  • The features and monsters of binding (with M. Kaufmann
  • Current issues in syntax: domains and directions