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Mon Oct 15 2007

Confs: Semantics, Syntax, Typology/Germany

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Message 1: Reciprocals Cross-Linguistically
Date: 10-Oct-2007
From: Alexis Dimitriadis <reciprocals07gmail.com>
Subject: Reciprocals Cross-Linguistically
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Reciprocals Cross-Linguistically

Date: 30-Nov-2007 - 01-Dec-2007
Location: Berlin, Germany
Contact: Alexis Dimitriadis
Contact Email: reciprocals07gmail.com
Meeting URL: http://languagelink.let.uu.nl/burs/RCL07/

Linguistic Field(s): Semantics; Syntax; Typology

Meeting Description:

The Conference 'Reciprocals Cross-Linguistically' will take place on
November 30 to December 2, 2007, at the Free University of Berlin. It will
provide a forum for research on reciprocals from diverse theoretical
viewpoints, with the goal of achieving cross-fertilization and new insights.

The meeting is jointly organized by the Utrecht institute of Linguistics OTS
and the English Department of the Free University of Berlin, in conjunction
with the research project A typology of reciprocal markers: Analysis and
documentation.

Conference Programme

Friday, November 30

8:45 9:00
Welcome

9:00 9:50
Martin Haspelmath
Four kinds of concepts that we need for comparing reciprocal constructions

9:50 10:30
Isabelle Bril
Reciprocals in Austronesian languages

10:30 10:50
Break

10:50 11:30
Leonid Kulikov
The system of reciprocal pronouns in Sanskrit

11:30 12:10
Igor Nedjalkov
Reciprocal constructions in Evenki

12:10 12:50
Alexander Podobryaev
Case-absorbing reciprocals in Kabardian

12:50 14:20
Lunch

14:20 15:10
M. Everaert / K. V. Subbarao
Reciprocal marking in the languages of India

15:10 15:50
Masahiro Yamada
Reciprocal without reciprocal relation between two arguments

15:50 16:10
Break

16:10 16:50
V. Gast / M. Zimmermann
Reciprocals and distance distributivity

16:50 17:30
R. Pfau / M. Steinbach
Excluding each other: Spatial modulations in German Sign Language
Reciprocals

17:30 18:20
Sigrid Beck
tba

19:30
Conference dinner

Saturday, December 1st

9:00 9:50
Yoad Winter
tba

9:50 10:30
Benjamin Bruening
There is a dedicated reciprocal semantics cross-linguistically

10:30 10:50
Break

10:50 11:30
Elitzur Bar-Asher
Two strategies for expressing reciprocals

11:30 12:10
Aynat Rubinstein
Groups in the semantics of reciprocal verbs

12:10 12:50
Alexis Dimitriadis
Counting symmetric events

12:50 14:20
Lunch

14:20 15:10
Ekkehard K├Ânig
Concepts of Reciprocity in Linguistics and other Fields

15:10 15:50
Anne Schwarz
Reciprocals in Gur languages

15:50 16:10
Break

16:10 16:50
Insa Guelzow / Tom Roeper
Reciprocals and reflexives in German and English child language

16:50 17:30
Alyona Belikova
The UG debate in SLA: Getting reciprocals right

17:30 18:20
Patricia Cabredo-Hofherr
Reciprocals in Somali

Sunday, December 2nd

9:00 9:50
Alda Mari
Reciprocity and asymmetry: towards a modal account for reciprocals

9:50 10:30
Uli Sauerland
Focus and the semantic typology of reciprocals

10:30 10:50
Break

10:50 11:30
Anca Sevcenko
The syntax of split case binomial reciprocal pronouns

11:30 12:10
Elsi Kaiser
Choosing what to cover. A look at Finnish reciprocals

12:10 13:10
Lunch (small)

13:10 13:50
Haas/Stathi
Gender resolution in bipartite reciprocal markers

13:50 14:40
Nick Evans
How asymmetric can reciprocals get?

End of the conference


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