Kenyon Branan (Leibniz-ZAS, Berlin; Joint AHRC-DFG project Locality and the argument/adjunct distinction: Structure-building vs. structure-enrichment)
Elise Newman (Edinburgh; Joint AHRC-DFG project Locality and the argument/adjunct distinction: Structure-building vs. structure-enrichment)
PhD students (as main supervisor):
Marten Stelling (Joint Niedersachsen-Israel project The landscape of n-words: On the cross-linguistic variation of negatively marked expressions)
PhD students (as RTG speaker):
Language proficiency lecturers:
Previous PhD students
Louise Raynaud (Göttingen): The features of binding and person licensing. Defended August, 2020. Supervisors: Sandhya Sundaresan, Hedde Zeijlstra.
Jovana Gajic (Göttingen): Negative coordination. Defended February, 2020. Supervisors: Viola Schmitt, Hedde Zeijlstra.
Guru Jegan Murugesan (Leipzig): Predicting the Anaphor Agreement Effect and its violations. Defended July, 2019. Supervisors: Sandhya Sundaresan, Hedde Zeijlstra.
Basima Mahmood (Göttingen): Language change and (ir)regularization. Defended April. 2018. Supervisors: Daniele Panizza, Hedde Zeijlstra.
Seid Tvica (University of Amsterdam): Testing the Rich Agreement Hypothesis. Defended March 2017. Supervisors: Olaf Koeneman, Kees Hengeveld and Fred Weerman).
Matthias Passer (University of Amsterdam): Nominal classification. Defended December, 2016. Supervisors Kees Hengeveld, Hedde Zeijlstra.
Jing Lin (University of Amsterdam): The acquisition of negative polarity items. Defended December, 2015. Supervisors: Fred Weerman, Hedde Zeijlstra.
Hadil Karawani (University of Amsterdam): Mood for Modality. Defended June, 2014. Supervisors: Josep Quer, Frank Veldman.