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Thu Aug 23 2007

Confs: Historical Linguistics,Linguistic Theories, Morphology/Austria

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        1.    Motomi Kajitani, 2nd Conference on Reduplication: Diachrony & Productivity

Message 1: 2nd Conference on Reduplication: Diachrony & Productivity
Date: 22-Aug-2007
From: Motomi Kajitani <motomi.kajitaniuni-graz.at>
Subject: 2nd Conference on Reduplication: Diachrony & Productivity
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2nd Conference on Reduplication: Diachrony & Productivity

Date: 30-Sep-2007 - 03-Oct-2007
Location: Graz, Austria
Contact: Veronika Mattes, Motomi Kajitani
Contact Email: reduplicationling.uni-graz.at
Meeting URL: http://www-gewi.kfunigraz.ac.at/ling/veranst/redup2007/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Morphology;

Meeting Description:

The 2nd Graz Conference on Reduplication aims to discuss reduplication with a
special focus on diachrony and productivity within a typological perspective.

Graz Reduplication Conference 2007: Diachrony & Productivity
September 30-October 3, 2007
University of Graz, Austria

Invited Speakers:

Henning Andersen (University of California, Los Angeles)
Hans den Besten (Universiteit van Amsterdam/Stellenbosch University)
Nicholas Evans (University of Melbourne)
Larry M. Hyman (University of California, Berkeley)
Lawrence A. Reid (University of Hawai'i)


Sunday, September 30 *On-site registration starts at 11:00

Bernhard Hurch (Universität Graz), Veronika Mattes (Universität Graz)
Opening Remarks

Larry M. Hyman (University of California, Berkeley)
The Natural History of Reduplication in Bantu

Utz Maas (Universität Osnabrück), John Peterson (Universität Osnabrück)
Reduplication in Kharia (South Munda)

Coffee Break

Hyung-Soo Kim (Jeonju University)
Phonological issues in Korean reduplication: rule productivity, historicity
and explanatory adequacy

David Restle (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
Semisyllables and reduplicative data

Monday, October 1 *Conference dinner

Henning Andersen (University of California, Los Angeles)
Reduplication in Baltic and Slavic: loss and renewal

Eugen Hill (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
Emergence of new morphology out of reduplication: new patterns of
suffixation and ablaut in the ancient Germanic languages

Coffee Break

Sabrina Bendjaballah (CNRS UMR 8163/Université Lille 3), Chris Reintges (CNRS
UMR 7110/Université Paris 7)
Ancient Egyptian Verbal Reduplication: Typology, Diachrony, and the
Morphology-Syntax Interface

Reijirou Shibasaki (Okinawa International University)
Semantic Constraints on the Diachronic Productivity of JapaneseReduplication and
Cross-Linguistic Implications


12:10-12:50 *CANCELED*
Robert Kennedy (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Synchronic and diachronic approaches to reduplicative morphological alternation

Lunch Break

Lawrence A. Reid (University of Hawai'i)
From Phonology to Morphology: Ambiguity, Abduction, Deduction and the Case of
Human Noun Pluralization in Northern Philippine Languages

Marie Meili Yeh (National Hsinchu University of Education/National United
Evolution of Ca-reduplication in Formosan Languages

Coffee Break

Richard A. Rhodes (University of California, Berkeley)
VC Reduplication in Sayula Popoluca

Jason D. Haugen (Williams College)
Phonological Enhancement and Diachrony in Reduplication

Tuesday, October 2 * An afternoon trip to the wine region

Hans den Besten (Universiteit van Amsterdam/Stellenbosch University)
What stuff are reduplications made of?

Thomas Stolz (Universität Bremen)
Syndetic vs Asyndetic Reduplication in Europe

Coffee Break

Gale Goodwin Gómez (Rhode Island College)
Onomatopoeic Repetition and Reduplication in the Yanomae Language of Amazonia

Christine Blauth-Henke (Universität Tübingen)
On total reduplication in Romance languages - Or why (not only regional)
varieties matter


Rajdip Dhillon (Yale University)
Turkish Emphatic Reduplication: Balancing Productive and Lexicalized Form

Lunch Break

Ralf Vollmann (Universität Graz)
Reduplication in Tibetan, and related phenomena

15:00-15:40 *CANCELED*
Cynthia Kilpatrick (University of California, San Diego), Jessica Barlow (San
Diego State University), Sarah Cragg (San Diego State University)
Reduplication in child language: structural and segmental markedness in a
developing system

Wednesday, October 3

Nicholas Evans (University of Melbourne)
Doubled up all over: language change and reduplication in Iwaidja

Hein van der Voort (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen/Museu Paraense Emílio
Goeldi, Belém)
Reduplication of bound morphemes: Person suffixes in Kwaza (isolate, Brazil)

Coffee Break

Yoshihisa Taguchi (Chiba University)
Reduplication in Bjau-min: A historical examination

Masangu Matondo (University of Florida)
Issues in Reduplication of Loanwords in Bantu


Fedor Rozhanskiy (Institute of Linguistics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)
Productivity of Derivational Reduplication in West African Languages

Bernhard Hurch (Universität Graz)
Closing Remarks

For the abstracts, please visit our conference website:

Further Information:

Conference website:
Project website: http://reduplication.uni-graz.at
Email: reduplicationuni-graz.at


Bernhard Hurch
Veronika Mattes
Motomi Kajitani
Ursula Stangel

Graz Reduplication Project
University of Graz, Austria

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