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Conference Programme

Wednesday, 14 September 2011

University of Cagliari, Cittadella dei Musei, Piazza Arsenale 1, ‘Sala Verde’

17:00 - 18:00 REGISTRATION and WELCOME ADDRESS
   
  Workshop on Sardinian Morphology
18:00 – 18:30 Michele LOPORCARO
University of Zürich
The verb inflection system of Logudorese Sardinian
18:30 – 19:00 Simone PISANO
University of Sassari
The use of over-compound tenses in Modern Sardinian
19:00 – 19:30 Antonietta MARRA, Giulio PAULIS, Immacolata PINTO, Nicoletta PUDDU, Ignazio PUTZU
University of Cagliari
Sardinian compounding with particular regard to the N-i+A structure
19:30 – 20:00 Franck FLORICIC
University of Paris-Sorbonne-Nouvelle
On «Reduplicated Imperatives» in Sardinian
   
20:00 - 20:30 GREETINGS BY THE LOCAL ORGANISERS
AND THE MEMBERS OF THE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
20:30 - 21:30 RECEPTION

 

Thursday, 15 September 2011

 

9:00 - 9:50 OPENING LECTURE
Angela RALLI
University of Patras
Compounding and its locus of realization: evidence from Greek and Turkish
handout
9:50 - 10:25 Alice C. HARRIS
University of Massachussets
Meaning Resides in Fully Inflected Forms: The Georgian "Unwillingness" Construction
handout (.ppt)
10:25 - 11:00 Berthold CRYSMANN
University of Saarland
The morphosyntax of peripheral marking in Hausa: phrasal affixation or edge inflection?
11:00 - 11:20 BREAK
11:20 - 11:55 Stephen R. ANDERSON
Yale University
Agreement in Some Languages of Daghestan and The Architecture of Grammar
handout - slides
11:55 - 12:30 Mark LINDSAY
University of Stony Brook
Self-organization of the suffix system: productivity as competition
12:30 – 13.05 Géraldine WALTHER
University of Paris Diderot
When endoclitics account for structure in morphology: a Sorani Kurdish case study
13:05 - 15:00 LUNCH
15:00 - 15:45 POSTER SESSION
15:45 - 16:20 Marcello FERRO, Claudia MARZI, Vito PIRRELLI
ILC CNR, Pisa
Prediction and Generalization in Word Processing and Storage
16:20 - 16:55 Hideki KISHIMOTO
University of Kobe
Compound Adjectives at the Morphology-Syntax Interface
handout
16.55 – 17.15 BREAK
17:15 – 17:50 Melanie UTH
University of Stuttgart
French corpus data in favor of Construction Morphology
17:50 – 18:25 Mark ARONOFF*, Irit MEIRº, Carol PADDEN§, Wendy SANDLERº
*University of Stony Brook, °University of Haifa, §University of California, San Diego
The self-organization of lexical domains: not quite morphology
18:25 - 19:15 INVITED SPEAKER
Greg STUMP
University of Kentucky
The formal and functional architecture of inflectional morphology
handout - slides
   
  ALTERNATES
  Melanie BELL
University of Cambridge
The English noun noun construction: a morphological and syntactic object

 

Friday, 16 September 2011

 

9:00 - 9:50 INVITED SPEAKER
Farell ACKERMAN
University of California at San Diego
Inflectional Morphology and the Developmental Sciences
9:50 - 10:25 Olivier BONAMI*, Gert WEBELHUTHº
*University of Paris Sorbonne- Paris Diderot, ºUniversity of Goettingen
Inflectional periphrasis as collocation
handout
10:25 - 11:00 Raffaela BAECHLER, Guido SEILER
University of Freiburg
Simplification, complexification, and microvariation: Towards a quantification of inflectional complexity in closely related varieties
11:00 - 11:35 Maris CAMILLERI
University of Surrey
Morphological Complexity in Maltese: A Divergence from canonicity
handout (.ppt)
11:35 - 11:55 BREAK
11:55 - 12:30 Merilin MILJAN, Ronnie CANN
University of Edniburgh
Case morphology from a dynamic perspective: an insight from the Estonian data
12:30 – 13.05 Greville G. CORBETT
University of Surrey
A typology of lexical splits
13:05 - 15:00 LUNCH
15:00 - 15:45 POSTER SESSION
15:45 - 16:20 Sascha GAGLIA*, Christoph SCHWARZEº
*University of Göttingen, ºUniversity of Konstanz
Telling clitics from affixes: the morphological realization principle as a criterion
handout
16:20 - 16:55 Valentina BENIGNI*, Francesca MASINIº
*University of Roma Tre, °University of Bologna
Russian shortenings in -ka: the case for constructions
handout
16.55 – 17.15 BREAK
17:15 – 17:50 Matthew BAERMAN
University of Surrey
Realization and implication
17:50 – 18:25 Bianca BASCIANO, Francesca FORZA, Chiara MELLONI
University of Bologna
Reduplication of bi-morphemic words: Patterns in Chinese
handout
18:25 - 19:00 Steven KAYE
University of Oxford
Morphomic stems in Northern Talyshi
19:00 - 19:35 Martin MAIDEN
University of Oxford
Why Do Morphomes Exist?
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  ALTERNATES
  Ewa KONIECZNA
University of Rzeszowski
Analogical modelling and paradigmatic word formation as attention-seeking devices
handout
  Kristel VAN GOETHEM*, Dany AMIOT°
*University of Leuven, °University of Lille 3
Un problème vraiment clé: degrammaticalization of French [N+N]-compounds
handout
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19:35 - 20:00 BUSINESS MEETING
20:45 OFFICIAL DINNER

 

Posters (in alphabetical order)

University of Cagliari, Cittadella dei Musei, Piazza Arsenale 1, "Sala Esposizioni"

Artemis Alexiadou,
Fabienne Martin

University of Stuttgart
Competing affixes as aspectual morphemes: The case of deadjectival nominalizations
Marco Angster
University of Pavia
Adjectival suffixed compounds in German: a hierarchical sub-lexicon
Alexandra Bagasheva
University of Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski"
On the semantics, headedness and classification of compound verbs (CVs)
handout
*Melanie Bell
University of Cambridge
The English noun noun construction: a morphological and syntactic object
Olivier Bonami*,
René Lacroixº

*University of Paris-Sorbonne,º
Max Planck Institute - Leipzig
Unblurring the inflection/derivation divide in Laz
handout
Davide Fanciullo
University of Macerata
The interpretation on the event and verbal morphology. The example of Bulgarian language and the evidential paradigms.
handout
Kazuhiko Fukushima
Kansai Gaidai University
Montagovian Morphology for Bracketing Paradox: No Need for Syntax-semantics Iconicity
handout
Livio Gaeta*,
Amir Zeldesº

*Università di Napoli "Federico II"
ºHumboldt-Universität Berlin
German Synthetic Compounds and the Architecture of the Grammar: A Behavioral Analysis
handout
Nabil Hathout*,
Fiammetta Namerº

*CLLE-ERSS, Toulouse
ºU MR ATILF, CNRS & Université Nancy2
Meeting morphological constraints by under - and over-marking
Athanasios Karasimos
University of Patras
"One allomorph to rule them all, one allomorph to bind them"*: the single allomorph selection constraint in Greek
*Ewa Konieczna
University of Rzeszów
Analogical modelling and paradigmatic word formation as attention-seeking devices
Stéphanie Lignon,
Fiammetta Namer

UMR ATILF CNRS & Université Nancy2
French verbalization with –iser and –ifier: uncertainty on meaning and form
Claudia Maienborn
University of Tuebingen
Between morphology and syntax: Compact units of adjectival passives and adverbial modifiers
handout
Adriana Molina-Munoz
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
PF-Compounds in Sanskrit and the Architecture of Grammar (Sanskrit, Compounding, Distributed Morphology, PF, Lexicalism)
Lucia Molinu
Université Toulouse II/BCL UMR6039 Université Nice
The analogical extension of 2 pl. personal marker –dzis in the North Sardinian language
Fabio Montermini
CLLE-ERSS, CNRS & Université de Toulouse
On the representation of sublexical units in a morphology without morphemes
handout
Heike Necker*,
Liana Tronciº

*Universitaet Zuerich
ºUniversità per Stranieri di Siena
Italian -ismo and -ista and Ancient Greek -ismós and -istḗs formations.
Morphological processes and diachronic relationships

handout - poster
Georgij Nowossjelow
University of Konstanz
Optional Affix Hosting in Turkish and Korean
Diego Pescarini
University of Padova
Prosodic restructuring and morphological reanalysis in italo-romance clitic sequences
Geri Popova
University of London
Inflection without exponence
Leslie Saxon,
Andrea Wilhelm

University of Victoria
Dene [Athabaskan] Possessive Compounds and the Architecture of the Grammar
handout
Chiara Semplicini
University of Perugia
Gender selection and syntactic constructions: the case of Dutch Double Gender Nouns
Luigi Talamo
Laboratorio di Linguistica, SNS Pisa
Affix ordering in Italian: a psycholinguistic approach
poster
Carola Trips
University of Mannheim
The relevance of phrasal compounds for the architecture of grammar
*Melanie Uth
University of Cologne
French corpus data in favor of Construction Morphology
handout
*Kristel Van Goethem§,
Dany Amiotº

§University of Leuven
ºUniversity of Lille 3
Un problème vraiment clé: degrammaticalization of French [N+N]-compounds
handout
Akira Watanabe
University of Tokyo
Person–Number Interaction: An Underspecification Approach to Fula
handout
Niina Ning Zhang
National Chung Cheng University
Encoding Unexpectedness by Aspect Inflection

 

Saturday 17 September 2011

Excursion