Brno is becoming a nanosyntax center as it gradually integrates Caha, Starke, Ziková, Taraldsen, Taraldsen-Medová plus a lively group of PhD students. (We have more PhD positions available, if you want to join the team!) This year we are also happy to welcome Karen de Clercq, Guido van den Wyngaerd, Hagen Blix, Jakub Dekier, Carmen Savu and Fenna Bergsma as visiting scientists.
[talk] Lucie Janků, Michal Starke - Growing roots in Italian nominals: A nanosyntactic account [Console, 30 Jan]
[talk] Pavel Caha - Contextual allomorphy vs. portmanteaus: the case of suppletive nominatives [BCGL12, 16 Dec]
[talk] Lucie Janků, Michal Starke - Class meets gender in Italian and Spanish: a nanosyntactic account [Going Romance, 29 Nov]
[talk] Pavel Caha - Genitives, Partitives and Plurals in Serbian, Estonian, Saami and Ossetic [Around Partitive Articles, 5 Nov]
[paper] Pavel Caha, Lucie Taraldsen-Medová - Syncretism in Nanosyntax and three types of passive participles in Czech
[talk] Markéta Ziková - Right Problem: Licensing of Final Clusters in Czech [17th Meeting of the French Phonology Network, 28 Jun]
[talk] Pavel Caha, Karen De Clercq, Michal Starke, Guido Vanden Wyngaerd - How to be positive [GLOW, 10 May]