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HANA FILIP

 

Heinrich-Heine-University DŸsseldorf 

 

Lehrstuhlinhaberin Semantik

Professor of Semantics

 

Department of Linguistics

Sections of the Department of Linguistics

 

Collaborative Research Center

Countability Project

 

 

Office: Building 24.53, Room 00.94

Office Hours: Wednesday, 14:30 - 16:00, and by appointment

Email: hana.filip AT gmail DOT com

 

Secretary: Tim Marton

T: +49 (0)211 81-12554

tmarton@phil.hhu.de

 

 

 

POSTAL ADDRESS

 

Abteilung fŸr Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft  

Institut fŸr Sprache und Information 

GebŠude 24.53, Raum 00.94

Heinrich-Heine-UniversitŠt DŸsseldorf 

UniversitŠtsstrasse 1

40225 DŸsseldorf 

Germany

RESEARCH AREAS

 

Semantics: aspect, genericity, lexical semantics, (in)definites

Pragmatics

Syntax

Morphology

Typology

 

Hana Filip, Featured Linguist at LinguistList

 

POSTDOCS

 

Dr. Zsofia Gyarmathy

Todor Koev, PhD

Peter Sutton, PhD

Dr. Karoly Varasdi

 

GRADUATE STUDENTS

 

Kurt Erbach (Ph.D. student)

Kathrin Byrdeck (M.A. student)

Fabienne Heidrich (M.A. student)

Max Gottwein (M.A. student)

Vanessa Mšllmann (M.A. student)

 

 

*  COLLOQUIUM: Semantics and Pragmatics Exchange (SemPrE)el

TIME:  Wednesday, 12:30 pm

PLACE: Building 23.32, Level 02, Room 63 (CRC 991 Bldg)

TALK ABSTRACTS

CALENDAR

 

* DFG funded project ÒA Frame-Based Analysis of CountabilityÓ

(2015-2019)

 

* ESSLLI 2016

An advanced course, with Peter Sutton

Countability in the Nominal and Verbal Domains

Language & Logic

28th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information

Bolzano-Bozen, 15-26 August, 2016

 

* WORKSHOPS

Coercion Across Linguistic Fields

March 8-10, 2017, SaarbrŸcken, with Laura Kallmeyer

Annual Meeting of the German Linguistic Society

(DGfS - Deutsche Gesellschaft fŸr Sprachwissenschaft)

 

Countability workshops at Heinrich Heine University

June 6-7, 2016

September 16-17, 2013

 

* Moscow Lectures

Department of Linguistics

Higher School of Economics, Moscow

October 2015

Mereology Background  

A probabilistic, mereological account of the mass/count distinction

Aspect

Genericity and Habituality