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Correction: Peter Alrenga’s talk will be at *Drift 25, Room 206 at 15:15*

Today’s ROSE talk will be at Drift 25, Room 206 at 15:15 (and not at Trans 10)!   We are happy to announce that tomorrow, Thursday, June 23rd, Peter Alrenga (Boston University) will give a talk as part of the ROSE series. We hope to see you all there! Date: Thursday, June 23, 2016 Time: 15:00-17:00 […]

ROSE talk: Yasutada Sudo (UCL), this Thursday, 21 January, 15:00, Trans 10 (Room 0.51)

Dear all, We are happy to invite you to Yasutada Sudo’s (UCL) talk as part of the ROSE seminar series. The talk, entitled “Come and go with a shift in perspective” (see abstract below), will take place this coming Thursday, 21 January. Date: Thursday, 21 January, 2016Time: 15:00-17:00Location: Trans 10, Room 0.51 Come and go with a shift in perspectiveIn this talk I examine the […]

Today’s ROSE talk has been cancelled

Dear all, Unfortunately, Lisa Bylinina won’t be able to give her talk today (Thursday, 14 January) due to illness. A new date and time will be posted soon. Best regards, the ROSE team

***Cancelled***ROSE talk: Lisa Bylinina (Meertens Institue), Thursday, 14 January, 15:15

***This talk has unfortunately been cancelled due to illness. A new date will be posted soon.*** Dear all, We are happy to invite you to Lisa Bylinina’s (Meertens Institute) talk as part of the ROSE seminar series, which will take place this coming Thursday, 14 January. Lisa’s talk is entitled “On the semantics of ordinals.” […]

ROSE talk: Jacopo Romoli, University of Ulster, Thursday, 3 December, 2015

Dear all, We are happy to invite you to Jacopo Romoli’s (University of Ulster) talk as part of the ROSE seminar series, which will take place this coming Thursday, 3 December.  Jacopo’s talk is entitled “Presuppositions in quantified sentences: evidence for existential projection” (see below for abstract). Date: Thursday, 3 December, 2015 Time: 15:00-17:00 Location: Utrecht, Kromme Nieuwegracht 80, […]

Nicole Gotzner (ZAS) on Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Nicole Gotzner (ZAS) will give a talk entitled Exhaustivity and models of implicature computation on Wednesday, 10 December, 2014 at 15:00 at Trans 8 A.W. de Grootkamer 0.19. See abstract below: A sentence like ROB came to the meeting may give rise to the inference that no other person came to the meeting. Whether or […]