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Full Title: Diachronic Typology of Differential Argument Marking

      
Location: Konstanz, Germany
Start Date: 05-Apr-2014 - 06-Apr-2014
Contact: Ilja Serzant
Meeting Email: click here to access email
Meeting URL: http://www.uni-konstanz.de/serzants/DAM_2014/
Meeting Description: Differential marking of grammatical relations has been the topic of a number of investigations. However, rather few large-scale, comprehensive studies of the historical development of the differential case-marking strategies have been carried out yet (an important exception is, for instance, Bickel et al., to appear).

The aim of the present workshop is to gather insights on the multi-factorial mechanisms leading to the rise of the differential argument marking, more specifically, to the Differential Subject- (DSM) and the Differential Object Marking (DOM).

Invited Speakers (alphabetically):

Miriam Butt
Eleanor Coghill
Dmitriy Ganenkov
Alice Harris
Klaus von Heusinger
Axel Holvoet
Peter Hook
Tuomas Huumo
Giorgio Iemmolo
Seppo Kittilä and Jussi Ylikoski
Marian Klamer
Andrej Malchukov
Chantal Melis
Sergey Say
Linguistic Subfield: Historical Linguistics; Morphology; Syntax; Typology
LL Issue: 24.2721


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