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Monday Dec 17, 2012 (room Hermes 6306)
9:00 9:30 Registration
9:30 10:30 Invited speaker: Ad Neeleman (UCL) Person syncretism: An analysis and a case study. (joint work with Peter Ackema)
10:30 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 11:40 Inna Tolskaya (CASTL, UiT) Polysemy of verbal prefixes in Russian: conceptual structure vs. syntax
11:40 12:20 Yoshio Endo (Kanda University) & Bartosz Wiland (University of Poznań) There is one fine-grained functional sequence in morphosyntax: Japanese complex verbs are like Slavic prefixes.
12:20 14:00 Lunch Break
14:00 14:40 Dimitrios Ntelitheos (United Arab Emirates University) Participant nominalization as relative clause formation
14:40 15:20 Artemis Alexiadou, Gianina Iordachioaia, Daniela Marzo, Birgit Umbreit (University of Stuttgart) Comparing lexicalist and syntactic insights on deadjectival nominalizations
15:20 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 16:40 Marijke De Belder (HUBrussel) & Marjo Van Koppen (Utrecht University) One module, different levels of merge: ANN compounds in Dutch
16:40 17:20 Leah S Bauke (University of Frankfurt) Syntactic variation in nominal root compounding
Tuesday Dec 18, 2012 (room Hermes 6306)
9:30 10:00 Coffee
10:00 11:00 Invited Speaker: Matt Tucker (UCSC) Diagnosing syntax-morphology interactions from clitic restrictions: The case of Maltese
11:00 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 12:10 Jan Don, Paula Fenger, Olaf Koeneman (Universiteit van Amsterdam) Micro-variation as a tool for linguistic analysis
12:10 12:50 Gregory Kobele (University of Chicago) A derivational approach to phrasal spellout
12:50 14:30 Lunch Break
14:30 15:10 Georg F.K. Höhn (University of Cambridge) The size of the spell-out domain: context-sensitive allomorphy and the Basque “case paradigm”
15:10 15:50 Anke Assmann, Doreen Georgi, Timo Klein, Philipp Weisser (University of Leipzig) Possessor case in Udmurt: multiple case assignment feeds postsyntactic fusion
15:50 16:30 Coffee Break
16:30 17:30 Invited speaker: Tarald Taraldsen (CASTL) *ABA and the representation of features in syntax