13-15 February 2020
The unique feature of the Linguistic Evidence conference series is its concern with the relationship between elicited data types such as experimentation, field work, and questionnaires and linguistic theory building in the field of syntax and semantics. The aim of this biannual conference series is to provide an occasion where linguists who wish to combine attention to empirical adequacy with theoretical informedness can meet and learn from each other. The central aim is to promote the integration of experimental and theory-driven approaches to the study of language. Research across disciplinary boundaries in which theoretical and/or experimental linguists work together with colleagues in adjacent fields is always welcome, as are meta-studies which address issues around the collection and processing of elicited data.
At each Linguistic Evidence conference a special session is offered. The title for this at Linguistic Evidence 2020 is: “Elicited Evidence and the Syntax/ Semantics/ Pragmatics Interfaces”. Work related to this topic is thus particularly welcome.
Regine Eckardt (University of Konstanz)
Mirjam Ernestus (Radbound University Nijmegen)
Rebecca Tollan (University of Delaware)
Petra Augurzky, Nadine Balbach, Sebastian Bücking, Carmen Dörge, Sam Featherston, Anja Gattnar, Stefan Heck, Ruth Keßler, Robin Hörnig, Edith Scheifele, Vivian Schreier, Alexandra Schuster, Beate Starke, Melanie Störzer, Jennifer Wallis, Sophie von Wietersheim, Sarah Zobel