[Lingtyp] SMG 25th Anniversary Workshop – programme

t.feist at surrey.ac.uk t.feist at surrey.ac.uk
Mon May 15 10:44:51 EDT 2017


Dear colleagues,

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

IMPORTANT – If you plan to attend this workshop, please email us in order to register at smg at surrey.ac.uk.
 

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)



Kind regards,
Tim Feist
on behalf of the Surrey Morphology Group




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