Institut für Linguistik

Universität Leipzig

Beethovenstrasse 15

04109 Leipzig

Germany

 

marie-luise.schwarzer [at] uni-leipzig [dot] de

 

room H1 503, GWZ

Marie-Luise Schwarzer

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Institut für Linguistik

Universität Leipzig

Beethovenstrasse 15

04109 Leipzig

Germany

 

marie-luise.schwarzer [at] uni-leipzig [dot] de

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News: The newest edition of our working paper series, LAB 94 on Structure Removal, has just been published and can be downloaded here.

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I'm currently a PhD student at the University of Leipzig. I work in the DFG-funded Koselleck research project "Syntactic structure removal - a new approach to conflicting representations" headed by Prof. Gereon Müller. I'm associated with the graduate school IGRA (Interaktion Grammatischer Bausteine/ Interaction of grammatical building blocks).

My interests lie in syntax and the interfaces with semantics and morphology. I have worked on tough-movement in German and English and on the syntax and semantics of tense and aspect. Concretely, I worked with Martina Martinović on biclausal progressives in the Niger-Congo language Wolof, and with my IGRA colleagues Christine Marquardt and Sören E. Tebay on the semantics of the resultative perfect in Mee (aka Ekari, Papuan).

 

In my dissertation, I investigate determiner sharing structures and gapping and explore the modelling of interdependent processes in minimalist syntax.

 

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