Susan Olsen, Artemis Alexiadou, Anja Arnhold, Julia Bacskai-Atkari, Josef Bayer, Manfred Bierwisch, Joanna Błaszczak, Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, Jessica M. M. Brown, Damir Cavar, Caroline Féry, Henry Fominyam, Adamantios Gafos, Doreen Georgi, Hubert Haider, Jana Häussler, André Meinunger, Anne Mucha, Gereon Müller, Gisa Rauh, Matthias Schlesewsky, Andreas Schmidt, Radek Šimík, Stavros Skopeteas, Peter Staudacher, Manfred Stede, Barbara Stiebels, Craig Thiersch, Elena Titov, Thuan Tran, Thomas Weskott, Marta Wierzba, Dieter Wunderlich, Ilse Zimmermann, Malte Zimmermann
Jessica M. M. Brown; Andreas Schmidt; Marta Wierzba (Hrsg.)

Of Trees and Birds

A Festschrift for Gisbert Fanselow



ISBN: 978-3-86956-457-9
435 Seiten
Erscheinungsjahr 2019

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Gisbert Fanselow’s work has been invaluable and inspiring to many ­researchers working on syntax, morphology, and information ­structure, both from a ­theoretical and from an experimental perspective. This ­volume comprises a collection of articles dedicated to Gisbert on the occasion of his 60th birthday, covering a range of topics from these areas and beyond. The contributions have in ­common that in a broad sense they have to do with language structures (and thus trees), and that in a more specific sense they have to do with birds. They thus cover two of Gisbert’s major interests in- and outside of the linguistic world (and ­perhaps even at the interface).

Gisbert Fanselow’s work has been invaluable and inspiring to many ­researchers working on syntax, morphology, and information ­structure, both from a ­theoretical and from an experimental perspective. This ­volume comprises a collection of articles dedicated to Gisbert on the occasion of his 60th birthday, covering a range of topics from these areas and beyond. The contributions have in ­common that in a broad sense they have to do with language structures (and thus trees), and that in a more specific sense they have to do with birds. They thus cover two of Gisbert’s major interests in- and outside of the linguistic world (and ­perhaps even at the interface).