Program



List of the talks with abstracts


Thursday, Nov 29

18:00-20:00

Registration

19:00

Warm-up (Ratskeller, Neues Rathaus, Lotterstr. 1)


Friday, Nov 30

9:00-11:00

Registration

11:00-11:30

Opening (Bibliotheca Albertina)

11:30-12:30

Plenary talk (Bibliotheca Albertina)
Jacek Witkoś, Poznań
On certain aspects of control in CP-infinitives in Polish

12:30-14:30

Lunch


Section A (Bibliotheca Albertina)

Section B (GWZ, H4 4.15)

14:30-15:00

Pavel Caha, Tromsø
The case hierarchy

Bistra Andreeva & William Barry, Saarbrücken
Cross-language and individual differences in the production of phrasal prominence in Bulgarian and Russian

15:00-15:30

David Erschler, Moscow
On case conflicts in Russian: an optimality-theoretic approach

Michael Becker, Amherst & Peter Jurgec, Tromsø
Interactions of tone and ATR in Slovenian

15:30-16:00

Hakyung Jung, Harvard
Ergativity in North Russian: the structure of a nominalized verb

M. Danieli, B. Dobrzyńska, A. Pacchiotti & E. Cabrio, Torino
Prosodic phrasing in a Polish text-to-speech system

16:00-16:30

Coffee

16:30-17:00

Vadim Kimmelman, Moscow
On the interpretation of 'èto' in so-called 'èto'-clefts

Beata Trawiński, Tübingen
Referential relations in Polish

17:00-17:30

Radek Šimík, Groningen
Czech invariable demonstrative 'to' as Foc


17:30-18:00

Anna Bondaruk, Lublin
Constraints on Predicate Clefting in Polish

Joanna Rabiega-Wiśniewska, Warsaw
Syntactic structure of Polish proper names of places

18:00-18:30

Anton Zimmerling, Moscow
Dative subjects and semi-expletive pronouns in Russian

Marek Świdziński & Marcin Woliński, Warsaw
Towards a new version of the formal grammar of Polish: the NP redefined


Saturday, Dec 1


Section A (GWZ, lecture hall 2 0.10)

Section B (GWZ, H4 4.15)

9:00-9:30

Ewa Willim, Kraków
Are prefixed verbs of directed motion resultative in Polish?


9:30-10:00

Natalia Zevakhina, Moscow
Russian reflexive '-sja' in resultative pattern

Cvetana Krstev & Duško Vitas, Belgrade
How to find the right path? (On the morphological disambiguation of sentence in Serbian)

10:00-10:30

Marina Pantcheva, Tromsø
Bulgarian motion verbs and prefixation

Roland Meyer, Regensburg
New wine in old wineskins? – Tagging Old Russian by annotation projection from modern translations

10:30-11:00

Coffee

11:00-11:30

Petr Biskup, Leipzig
Prefixes as prepositions

Adam Przepiórkowski, Warsaw
A shallow grammar of Polish for automatic valence acquisition

11:30-12:00

Alexander Podobryaev, Moscow
"Postposition stranding" and related phenomena in Russian

Elżbieta Hajnicz, Warsaw
Extending syntactic valence dictionary for Polish with semantic categories

12:00-12:30

Ekaterina Pshehotskaya, Moscow
Locative alternation and verbal prefix in Russian

Z. Saloni, W. Gruszczyński, M. Woliński & R. Wołosz, Warsaw
Grammatical dictionary of Polish: the current state and perspectives

12:30-15:00

Lunch


Workshop on Slavic Phonology (GWZ, lecture hall 2 0.10)

15:00-15:30

Vera Gribanova, Santa Cruz
Phonological evidence for a distinction between Russian prepositions and prefixes

15:30-16:00

Marzena Żygis, Berlin
Why do we need perceptually-based features?

16:00-16:30

Coffee

16:30-17:00

Markéta Ziková, Brno
Czech syllabic consonants revisited

17:00-17:30

Bruce Morén & Peter Jurgec, Tromsø
Consonants and vowels in Slovenian and Serbian: phonetic similarities, (morpho)phonological differences and vice versa

17:30-18:00

Ora Matushansky, Paris
A third Russian yer?



19:30

Dinner at Kowalski (Ferdinand-Rhode-str. 12)


Sunday, Dec 2


Section A (GWZ, lecture hall 2 0.10)

Section B (GWZ, H4 4.15)

9:30-10:00

Katarzyna Miechowicz-Mathiasen, Wien/Poznań
There is no independent EPP in Slavic, there are only EPP-effects

Natalia Fitzgibbons, Storrs, Conn.
N-words and negative heads in Russian

10:00-10:30

Krzysztof Migdalski, Storrs, Conn.
On the emergence of the second position cliticization in Slavic

Johannes Kizach, Aarhus
Pseudo-quantifiers in Russian and Danish

10:30-11:00

Coffee


11:00-11:30

Franc Marušič, Nova Gorica & Rok Žaucer, Ottawa
Dual source for indefinite pronoun-adjective combinations

Valja Werkmann
Verbs of perception in Bulgarian

11:30-12:00

Jutta M. Hartmann, Tübingen & Nataša Milićević, Tilburg
Case alternations in Serbian existentials

Mojmír Dočekal, Brno
'Only' and bound variables in Czech

12:00-12:30

Pavel Caha, Tromsø & Lucie Medová, Princeton
Adverbs are adjectives with nominal case endings

Ljudmila Geist, Stuttgart
Specificity types in Russian

12:30-14:30

Lunch

14:30-15:00

Željko Bošković, Storrs, Conn.
On relativization strategies


15:00-15:30

Luka Szucsich, Berlin/Nova Gorica/Belgrade
Obviation and feature sharing in subjunctive/conditional clauses

Marina Dyakonova, Amsterdam
Russian double object constructions revisited

15:30-16:00

Barbara Tomaszewicz, Frankfurt/Wrocław
Subjunctive mood in Polish

Uwe Junghanns & Denisa Lenertová, Leipzig
On the status of 'na' marking indirect objects in Bulgarian

16:00-16:30

Coffee

16:30-17:30

Plenary talk (GWZ, lecture hall 2 0.10)
Tobias Scheer, Nice
How Semitic is Slavic? Initial clusters and syllabic consonants

17:30

Closing



Alternate speakers

Wojciech Lewandowski: The syntax of 'że'

Stanimir Rakić: Extrametricality and suffixation in Serbian



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