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ROSE talks in 2016

Dear all, The following ROSE talks have been planned for 2016: 14 January: Lisa Bylinina 21 January: Yasutada Sudo 11 February: Maria Aloni 18 February: Giorgos Spathas 10 March: Peter Alrenga 31 March: Floris Roelofsen 14 April: Nino Grillo We’re looking forward to seeing you there!

10 December: Elizabeth Coppock (University of Gothenburg)

We are happy to announce that on Thursday, December 10th, Elizabeth Coppock (University of Gothenburg) will give a talk in the ROSE series. We hope to see you all there! Date: Thursday, December 10th, 2015 Time: 15:30 – 17:00 Location: Utrecht, Trans 10, room 0.19 (A.W. de Grootkamer) Speaker: Elizabeth Coppock Title: Horn Alternatives and Hamblin […]

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, […]


ROSE talk: Andreea Nicolae (ZAS), November 26, 2015

Dear all, We are happy to announce that on Thursday, November 26 Andreea Nicolae (ZAS) will be giving a talk in the ROSE seminar entitled “Positive Polarity and Obligatory Ignorance Inferences” (see below for abstract). Date: Thursday, November 26, 2015 Time: 10:30-12:30 Location: Kromme Nieuwegracht 80, Ravensteynzaal (1.06), Utrecht We hope to see you all there! Best regards, […]

June 10th: Stephanie Solt (Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft)

We are happy to announce that on Wednesday, June 10th, Stephanie Solt (Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin) will give a ROSE/LUSH talk in Utrecht. We hope to see you all there! Date: Wednesday, June 10th, 2014 Time: 15:30 – 17:00 Location: Utrecht, Kromme Nieuwegracht 80, room 1.06 (Ravensteynzaal) Speaker: Stephanie Solt Title: Varieties of range approximations Abstract: Natural languages have a wide variety […]

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 […]

Reminder & location ROSE seminar tomorrow

Dear all, This is to remind you that the next ROSE seminar will take place tomorrow at 2pm in room 1.13. I hope to see you all there! Best, Dominique

Wednesday 18 June: ROSE seminar Fox & Hackl (2006)

Dear all, The next ROSE seminar will take place next Wednesday (18 June) at 2pm. We will discuss Fox & Hackl’s (2006) paper on dense scales in natural language. The paper can be found Here and this is the handout we will use during the seminar. Location t.b.a. I hope to see you all there! Best, Dominique

Next ROSE seminar, 21st, 10am in garden?

Dear all, Given the weather, let’s meet up in the garden behind de Trans. In case of excessive heat or sudden rain, we could always go back to 0.21. Topic: modified numerals and scalar implicature, starting with Fox and Hackl 2007, working towards the experiment that Jakub and me ran a few weeks ago. Best, […]

Next ROSE seminar: May 21st, 10am, room 0.26

Join Rick for a brainstorm on free choice versus modal variation, modal versus nominal free choicey effects, and the Jakub and Rick’s experiment on this. 21-05-2014 10AM room 0.26