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LINGUIST List 21.3487

Wed Sep 01 2010

Calls: Morphology, Typology/Austria

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        1.    Stela Manova, 3rd Vienna Workshop on Affix Order: Advances in Affix Order Research

Message 1: 3rd Vienna Workshop on Affix Order: Advances in Affix Order Research
Date: 31-Aug-2010
From: Stela Manova <stela.manovaunivie.ac.at>
Subject: 3rd Vienna Workshop on Affix Order: Advances in Affix Order Research
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Full Title: 3rd Vienna Workshop on Affix Order: Advances in Affix Order

Date: 15-Jan-2011 - 16-Jan-2011
Location: Vienna, Austria
Contact Person: Stela Manova
Meeting Email: stela.manovaunivie.ac.at
Web Site:

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology; Typology

Call Deadline: 26-Sep-2010

Meeting Description:

The Vienna Workshops on Affix Order are a series of events organized in
conjunction with the project '(De)composing the Slavic Word' (Grant V64-
G03 from the Austrian Science Fund (FWF)) and take place every 1.5

3rd workshop (Jan 2011): Advances in Affix Order Research
2nd workshop (Jun 2009): Affix Order in Slavic and Languages with Similar
1st workshop (Feb 2008): Affix Ordering in Typologically Different

You can learn more about the workshops from the website

2nd Call for Papers

For the 3rd workshop Advances in Affix Order Research, we invite papers
that deal with any aspect of affix order (see the recent overviews of
approaches to affix order by Rice 2009 and Manova & Aronoff 2010),
especially if they:

- present and discuss novel data (from lesser-known and well-known
languages alike)
- report new findings within (a) well-known theoretical framework(s)
- provide original analyses that challenge established theories.

In addition to the general session, there will be two special sessions:

1. Repetitive use of identical morphological material: multiple exponence,
reduplication, and recursiveness

Invited speakers

Wolfgang U. Dressler (Vienna, Austria)
(keywords of the talk: suffix doubling, reduplication, child language)

Alice C. Harris (Amherst, USA)
(keywords of the talk: extended exponence, multiple exponence, multiple
agreement, origins, sources)

Pavol ?tekauer (Ko?ice, Slovakia)
(keywords of the talk: reduplication, typology, semantics, phonetic iconicity)

2. Affix order in Slavic languages: approaches, electronic resources, and
automatic morphological analysis

Invited speakers

Peter Kosta (Potsdam, Germany)
(keywords of the talk: Mirror Principle, Distributed Morphology, Slavic CP,
DP and vP Phases)

Natalya Pertsova (Moscow, Russia)
(keywords of the talk: automatic morphological analysis, Russian word-
formation, RUSLO)

Manova, Stela & Mark Aronoff. 2010. Modeling Affix Order. Morphology
20:1, 109-131. (The PDF of the article is currently freely downloadable from
the publisher's website:
http://www.springerlink.com/content/a63u45w411321321/ )

Rice, Keren. 2009. Principles of affix ordering: an overview. Handout of a
paper given at the 2nd Vienna Workshop on Affix Order. Available at:
Ordering_Handout.pdf. The full text of the paper will be published in Word
Structure 4:2.

Abstract submission

Abstracts (for 30-minute talks with a 10-minute discussion) must be
anonymous and at most one page long (margins: 2.5 cm or 1 inch; size of
characters: 12 points; spacing: single). An optional second page is
permitted for data, figures and references.

Please submit your abstract in both .pdf and .doc formats to
stela.manovaunivie.ac.at (with the subject line 'Affix Order 2011: Abstract
Submission'). The two files should be sent as attachments. Include the
following information in the body of the e-mail message:

(1) title of paper
(2) author's name
(3) email address
(4) affiliation
(5) preferred session (please indicate whether your submission should be
considered for the general or for one of the special sessions)

Deadline for abstract submission: 26 September 2010
Notification of acceptance: 15 October 2010
Workshop dates: 15-16 January 2011

The workshop will take place at the Department of Slavic Studies of the
University of Vienna, Universitätscampus AAKH, Spitalgasse 2, Hof 3, 1090
Vienna, Austria.

Stela Manova
Philipp Egginger
Kimberley Winternitz
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