SMG 25th Anniversary Workshop – programme

  • 15 May 2017 15:38
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    Anonymous

    The Morphological Eye: SMG 25th Anniversary Workshop

    Please find below the programme for the SMG 25th Anniversary Workshop, ‘The Morphological Eye’, taking place from 8th–9th September 2017.

    Registration: If you plan to attend this workshop, please email us in order to register.


    Programme

    Friday 8th September

    10.00–10.45
    Nick Evans – Distributing exponence: the dynamics of making morphology harder in Southern New Guinea

    10.45–11.05
    Sebastian Fedden –  The development of pronouns and articles in Mountain Ok

    11.05–11.25
    Alexander Krasovitsky – Case marking on personal pronouns in Bulgarian

    11.25–11.45
    Coffee/Tea

    11.45–12.05
    Matthew Baerman, Irina Monich & Tatiana Reid –  Inflection class in mixed paradigms

    12.05–12.25
    Serge Sagna – Inflection classes and genders in Eegimaa

    12.25–12.45
    Enrique Palancar & Leonardo Carranza – Inflectional class interaction in Matlatzinca

    12.45–13.05
    Jeffrey Parker – On the importance of morphosyntactic and inflection class features in processing: evidence from Russian nouns

    13.05–14.00
    Lunch

    14.00–14.45
    Andrew Spencer – Transpositions and the redundancy of lexical categories

    14.45–15.05
    Dunstan Brown & Roger Evans – Morphological Typology: understanding the contribution of rules and lexical stipulation

    15.05–15.25
    Lynne Cahill – The role of morphology in writing systems research

    15.25–15.45
    Coffee/Tea

    15.45–16.05
    Rachel Nordlinger – Dependencies triggered by morphological form in Murrinhpatha

    16.05–16.25
    Silva Nurmio – Grammatical number in the typological space: a case study in Welsh

    16.25–16.45
    Bill Palmer & Sabrina Meier – Verbal number: two or more in Mono-Alu (Austronesian)

    19.00
    Conference dinner, preceded by drinks
     

    Saturday 9th September

    09.30–10.15
    Martin Maiden – What can be morphomic? On the substance of morphomic structures

    10.15–10.35
    Louise Esher – Iterated learning models for the study of morphomic structure

    10.35–10.55
    Maria Privizentseva – Case compounding and morphological structure of nouns in Hill Mari

    10.55–11.15
    Coffee/Tea

    11.15–11.35
    Erich Round – Canonical typology for phonology:  What is a canonical segment?

    11.35–11.55
    Greville Corbett & Norman Fraser – Elsewhere is plural

    11.55–12.40
    Mark Aronoff – Morphological niches are the result of competitive exclusion

    13.00
    Pub lunch (at own expense)

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