The lecture notes for the course (including exercises) can be downloaded here.
|1||1-2||Motivation and basic notions||Floris Roelofsen|
|2||3-4||Inquisitive first-order logic||Ivano Ciardelli|
|3||5||Question semantics||Jeroen Groenendijk|
|4||6||Disjunction and intonation||Floris Roelofsen|
|5||7||Inquisitive epistemic logic||Ivano Ciardelli|
Familiarity with propositional and first-order logic will be presupposed. Familiarity with formal semantic analysis of natural language will be convenient but not strictly necessary. The ideal preparation would be to study the chapters on propositional and first-order logic, type theory, and Montague grammar in the textbook Logic, Language, and Meaning by Gamut (1991).