27.5052, Confs: Historical Ling, Morphology, Semantics, Syntax, Typology/Spain

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Subject: 27.5052, Confs: Historical Ling, Morphology, Semantics, Syntax, Typology/Spain

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Date: Fri, 09 Dec 2016 14:27:52
From: Anna Pineda [anna.pineda at iker.cnrs.fr]
Subject: International Workshop: Dative Structures and Beyond

 
International Workshop: Dative Structures and Beyond 

Date: 26-Jan-2017 - 27-Jan-2017 
Location: Barcelona (Catalonia), Spain 
Contact: Anna Pineda 
Contact Email: anna.pineda at iker.cnrs.fr 
Meeting URL: http://filcat.uab.cat/clt/datives/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Morphology; Semantics; Syntax; Typology 

Meeting Description: 

This workshop aims to explore different notions surrounding dative structures
in languages belonging to the Romance family and beyond –including, also,
Basque.  The workshop will be held at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,
in Catalonia, on January 26-27, 2017.

Invited Speakers:

María Cristina Cuervo (University of Toronto)
Adam Ledgeway (University of Cambridge)
Beatriz Fernández (University of the Basque Country)

Commentator: 

Anna Pineda (CNRS-IKER)

Organizing Committee:

Ricardo Etxepare (CNRS-IKER)
Jaume Mateu (UAB)
Anna Pineda (CNRS-IKER)
 

Program:

Thursday, 26 January 2017:
 
8:45-9:15: Registration and reception

9:15-9:30:
Welcoming 

9:30-10:30:
Invited Speaker M. Cristina CUERVO (U. of Toronto)
Applicatives without borders

10:30-11:00: Coffee break

11:00-11:30:
Víctor ACEDO-MATELLÁN (Queens’ College, U. of Cambridge)
Spatial Datives as Affected Datives

11:30-12:00:
Nora BONEH (The Hebrew U. of Jerusalem) & Léa NASH (U. Paris 8/UMR 7023 -
CNRS)
The end of the path for the selected vs. non-selected distinction?

12:00-12:30:
Ludovico FRANCO (CLUNL/FCSH/U. Nova de Lisboa)
The instrumental: Dative and its double

12:30-13:00:
Teresa CABRÉ  (U. Autònoma de Barcelona) & Antonio FÁBREGAS (U. of Tromsø)
Ways of being a dative clitic: case marked Ds vs. animate locatives

13:00-14:30: Lunch break

14:30-15:30:
Invited Speaker Beatriz FERNÁNDEZ (U. of the Basque Country)
>From the top to the bottom: Datives in Basque
 
15:30-16:00:
Michelle SHEEHAN (Anglia Ruskin U)
Dative extension in causatives: faire-infinitif in Latin American Spanish

16:00-16:30:
Anna PINEDA (CNRS - IKER)
Commentary

16:30-17:00: Coffee break

17:00-17:30:
Ángel JIMÉNEZ-FDEZ (U. de Sevilla) & Andrés SAAB (CONICET-U. de Buenos Aires)
Subextraction through doubled datives and beyond

17:30-18:00:
Alejo ALCARAZ (U. of the Basque Country)
Dative displacement in Romance Clitic Constructions

18:00-18:30:
Rita MANZINI (U. degli Studi di Firenze) & Leonardo SAVOIA (U. degli Studi di
Firenze)
The alternation of datives and accusatives in Romance DPs and clitics

18:30-19:00:
Ángel GALLEGO (U. Autònoma de Barcelona), Francesc ROCA (U. de Girona) & M.
Pilar COLOMINA (U. Autònoma de Barcelona)
Micro-Parameters of Case Displacement: Leismo across Spanish Dialects

21:00: Conference dinner

Friday, 27 January  2017:

10:00-11:00:
Invited Speaker Adam LEDGEWAY (U. of Cambridge)
Microvariation in dative-marking in the Romance and Greek varieties of
southern Italy

11:00-11:50: Coffee Break & Posters

- Ana M. BRITO (U. do Porto) Ditransitive constructions and information
structure in European Portuguese: when the DO is a heavy constituent
- David BASILICO (U. of Alabama at Birmingham) Applicatives and the
Antipassive
- Alexandra CORNILESCU (U. of Bucharest) Ditransitive Constructions with DOM
Direct Objects in Romanian (Alternate 1)
- Jóhannes JóNSSON & Rannveig THÓRARINSDÓTTIR (University of Iceland) Dative
objects with novel verbs  (Alternate 2)
- Marios MAVROGIORGOS (U. of Cambridge) Aromanian reflexive possessors
- Heloisa SALLES (U. de Brasília) & Cida TORRES  (U. de São Paulo) On (the
absence of dative) external possessors in Brazilian Portuguese (Alternate 3)
- Sebastià SALVÀ  (U. Autònoma de Barcelona) Unaccusatives Beyond
Unaccusatives: Non-agentive but Affected Subjects in Old Majorcan and
North-Eastern Catalan
- Egor TSEDRYK (Saint Mary’s U.) Locatives and datives in Russian: to be AT or
to be TO, and how high can they be?
- Claudia TUROLLA & Gildo BIDESE (Università degli Studi di Trento)
Applicative Projection and auxiliary selection in Cimbrian  
- Mattie WECHSLER (independent) The Lexical Underspecification of Bantu
Causatives and Applicatives 

11:50-12:20:
Svitlana ANTONYUK-YUDINA (Stony Brook U.)
The Puzzle of Russian Ditransitives

12:20-12:50:
Ana CALINDRO (State U. of Rio de Janeiro - State U. of Campinas)
Ditransitive constructions: what sets Brazilian Portuguese apart from other
Romance languages?

12:50-13:20:
Paola CÉPEDA (Stony Brook U.) & Sonia CYRINO (U. Estadual de Campinas)
Putting objects in order: Asymmetrical relations in Spanish and Portuguese
ditransitives

13:20-14:50: Lunch break

14:50-15:20: 
Anders HOLMBERG (Newcastle U.),  Michelle SHEEHAN (Anglia Ruskin U.) & Jenneke
VAN DER WAL (Harvard U.)
Movement from the double object construction is not fully symmetrical  

15:20-15:50:
Rita GONÇALVES (U. de Lisboa), Tjerk HAGEMEIJER (U. de Lisboa) & Inês DUARTE
(U. de Lisboa)
Revisiting dative constructions: A VP-shell based approach

15:50-16:20:
Juan ROMERO (U.of Extremadura) & Javier ORMAZABAL (U. of the Basque Country)
On the relation between prepositional and applicative constructions

16:20-16:50: Coffee break

16:50-17:20:
Chiyo NISHIDA (U. of Texas - Austin)
Revisiting dative clitic doubling through reverse psych verb sentences in two
word orders

17:20-17:50:
Carles ROYO (U. of Barcelona)
The accusative/dative alternation in Catalan verbs with experiencer object

17:50-18:20:
Antonio FÁBREGAS (U. of Tromsø) & Rafael MARÍN (CNRS - U. Lille 3)
Datives and stativity in psych predicates  

18:20-18:30:
Concluding Remarks

See the abstracts here: http://filcat.uab.cat/clt/datives/program.html





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