Berthold Crysmann

AG 4 One-to-many relations in morphology, syntax, and semantics

Building K1, room 11.71

Kurzbeschreibung // short description

One-to-many relations between form and function are common in inflectional morphology (e.g. cumulation or multiple/extended exponence). However, this perspective is not yet standard in the areas of syntax and semantics. The aim of the workshop is to explore the deviation from 1:1 mappings across the modules of the grammar. Besides documenting the ubiquity of the phenomenon, the workshop will stimulate cross-framework discussion as to which analytical tools are necessary to handle the phenomena in an adequate and scalable way.

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Organisatoren // organizers

Berthold Crysmann (CNRS, Laboratoire de linguistique formelle)

Ablauf // schedule

Mi., 07.03.2018

13:45-14:45

Andrew Spencer (invited talk)
One-to-many in periphrases and paradigms 

14:45-15:15

Matthew Baerman
Sliding scales in inflection

15:15-15:45

Borja Herce
The morpheme-morphome continuum

15:45-16:30

Kaffeepause / coffee break

16:30-17:00

Kurt Erbach, Hana Filip, Kathrin Byrdeck  (based on joint work with Peter Sutton)
Object mass nouns in Japanese

17:00-17:30

Shiao Wei Tham
Directional interpretations for the Mandarin locative ZAI (`be at')

17:30-18:00

 Ryan Dux
“One-to-one” or “one-to-many” correspondences in verb classes and argument realization patterns?

 

 Do., 08.09.2018

9:00-10:00

Hedde Zeijlstra (invited talk)
One to many relations and the nature of syntactic dependencies 

10:00-10:30

Monica-Mihaela Rizea
A New Perspective on Romanian Weak NPIs

10:30-11:15

Kaffeepause / coffee break

11:15-11:45

Alex Alsina & Eugenio M. Vigo
The morphology-syntax interface: agreement morphology in Plains Cree

11:45-12:15           

*Änderung/change*

Ryan Bochnak & Martina Martinović
Unifying the many readings of Wolof imperfective
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12:15-12:45

Céline Pozniak, Barbara Hemforth and Anne Abeillé
French Object Relatives and subject inversion: what’s your preference?

12:45-13:45

Mittagspause / Lunch break

13:45-14:15

Jamie Y. Findlay
Conspiracy theories: the problem with lexical approaches to idioms

14:15-14:45

Sascha Bargmann and Frank Richter (based on joint work with Berit Gehrke)
How to modify idioms

 

 Fr., 09.03.2018

11:45-12:15

Olivier Bonami & Gert Webelhuth
Periphrasis and morphosyntactic mismatch in Czech

12:15-12:45

Sahar Taghipour
Why sequencing rules?

12:45-13:15

Jovana Gajić
Configurations of negative coordination

13:15-13:45

Roland Pfau & Tamar Makharoblidze
Negative modals in Georgian Sign Language: partial suppletion and concord

13:45-14:15

Manfred Sailer and Frank Richter
Negation marking in conjuncts: A many-to-one relation?