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LINGUIST List 23.1833

Tue Apr 10 2012

Confs: Italian, Socioling, General Ling/Netherlands

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Date: 09-Apr-2012
From: Roberta D'Alessandro <r.dalessandrohum.leidenuniv.nl>
Subject: Italian Dialect Meeting (CIDSM/IDD)
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Italian Dialect Meeting (CIDSM/IDD)
Short Title: IDM


Date: 24-May-2012 - 26-May-2012
Location: Leiden, Netherlands
Contact: Roberta D'Alessandro
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.hum.leiden.edu/lucl/idm

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): Italian

Meeting Description:

The Italian department of Leiden University and the LUCL are happy to
announce the next Italian Dialect Meeting (CIDSM + Italian Dialects in
Diachrony), which will take place in Leiden on 24-26 May 2012.

The Italian Dialect Meeting aims at bringing together Italian
dialectologists from all linguistic subdisciplines working on any aspect
of Italian dialectology. Following the tradition established by the
Cambridge Italian Dialect Syntax Meeting and the Italian Dialects in
Diachrony, we encourage discussion between dialectologists with
different views on dialects in the hope of creating an extended
platform for the study of dialects which goes beyond the local centre
and particular approach.

Our keynote speakers will be:

Birgit Alber (University of Verona)
Silvio Cruschina (University of Manchester)
Franco Fanciullo (University of Pisa)
Carla Marcato (University of Udine)
Mair Parry (University of Bristol)
Diego Pescarini (University of Padua)
Tullio Telmon (University of Turin)

Italian Dialect Meeting (IDM+CIDSM7)
Leiden, 24-26 May 2012
Program

Thursday, May 24, Lipsius 028

8.30- 9.15.
Registration

9.15-9.30.
Opening

9.30 - 10.20.
Keynote speaker
Tullio Telmon (University of Turin). Presupposti, metodi e campi di
estensione della dialettologia percezionale

10.20 - 10.40.
Break

10.40 - 11.10
Cristina Guardiano (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia) & Melita
Stavrou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki). Greek and Romance in
Southern Italy: history and contact in nominal structures

11.10 - 11.40.
Marios Andreou & Angela Ralli (University of Patras). Headedness in
dialectal variation: evidence from Italiot

11.40 - 12.40
Poster session 1

- Jan Casalicchio (University of Padua). The Syntax of Gerunds and
Infinitives with Perception Verbs in Northern Italy

- Chiara Fedriani (University of Bergamo) & Emanuele Miola (IUSS Pavia).
Dal lessico alla grammatica e oltre: (de) manu ad/in manu(m) in alcuni
dialetti del nord Italia

- Cameron Taylor (University of Cambridge). The spurious categorial
status of MODO

- Milena Krstic (University of Roma "La Sapienza"). La categoria del
genere nel croato molisano - tra l'interferenza e l'eredità

- Annarita Miglietta (University of Salento). Questionari classici e
parlato spontaneo, per uno studio delle preposizioni in Salento

- Lucia Molinu (Université Toulouse Le Mirail/BCL Université de Nice).
Gli esiti della labiodentale f(r) in sardo

12.40 - 14.30
Lunch break

14.30 - 15.20.
Keynote speaker
Silvio Cruschina (University of Manchester). Existential constructions in
Italo-Romance

15.20 - 15.50.
Eva-Maria Remberger (Universität Konstanz). Sardinian syntax in
diachrony

15.50 - 16.20.
Rosangela Lai (University of Florence). Metathesis as Lenition? Evidence
from Sardinian muta cum liquida

16.20- 16.40.
Break

16.40 - 18.00.
Language Tutorial
Mair Parry (University of Bristol) .Cairese- The dialect of Cairo
Montenotte

Friday, May 26, Lipsius 028

9.00 - 9.30.
Jacopo Garzonio (University of Venice Ca' Foscari) & Cecilia Poletto
(Universität Frankfurt). Bare and non bare quantifiers in Old Italian

9.30 -10.20.
Keynote speaker
Carla Marcato (University of Udine). Toponomastica e storia del dialetto

10.20 - 10.40.
Break

10.40 - 11.10.
Ermenegildo Bidese (University of Trento), Andrea Padovan (University
of Verona) & Alessandra Tomaselli (University of Verona). The rise of a
new complementizer in the system of Cimbrian relative clauses

11.10 - 11.40.
Mariachiara Berizzi (University of Padua). La preposizione "ma" nei
dialetti dell'Italia centrale

11.40 - 12.40.
Poster session 2

- Luisa Amenta (University of Palermo) & Elvira Assenza (University of
Messina). Ipotetiche irreali nel palermitano e nel messinese

- Franck Floricic (Université de Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle). Opacity,
defectiveness and reanalysis in North Italian subject clitics paradigms

- Nikos Koutsoukos & Angela Ralli (University of Patras). On the
relation between derivation and inflection in word-formation: evidence
from the Griko verb system

- Mariafrancesca Giuliani (CNR, Opera del Vocabolario Italiano,
Florence). Per uno studio linguistico su Napoli pre-angioina

- Marco Mazzoleni (University of Bologna, SSLMIT Forlì). Il diasistema
italoromanzo dei periodi ipotetici

- Lorenza Pescia (Universität Zürich). L'ausiliazione perfettiva nel
dialetto galloitalico di Picerno (Basilicata)

- Ada Valentini (University of Bergamo). Le frasi scisse in un corpus di
dialetto bergamasco

12.40 - 14.30.
Lunch break

Lipsius 228
14.30 - 15.00.
Francisco Ordóñez & Lori Repetti (SUNY Stony Brook). On the
morphological restriction of hosting clitics in Italian dialects and
Sardinian

15.00 - 15.30.
Norma Schifano (University of Cambridge). A cartography of verb
movement: new empirical data from the Italian Peninsula

15.30 - 16.00.
Teresa Cabrè (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) & Maria del Mar
Vanrell (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid). Minimalità nel troncamento
non-templatico

16.00 - 16.20.
Break

16.20 - 16.50.
Giuseppe Torcolacci (LUCL Universiteit Leiden). Raddoppiamento
Fonosintattico and the encoding of features at PF. Evidence from
southern Italian dialects

16.50 - 17.40.
Keynote Speaker
Birgit Alber (University of Verona). Obstruent Systems of Northern Italy

19.30
IDM dinner

Saturday, May 26, Lipsius 028

9.30- 10.00.
Nigel Vincent (University of Manchester). Routes to periphrasis: tenere
+ past participle in the dialects of Northern Italy

10.00 - 10.30.
Jordan Black (Concordia University). The Voiceless Palatal Fricative
Outcome of Latin FL Clusters in the Dialect of Larino, Campobasso

10.30 -11.20.
Keynote Speaker
Diego Pescarini (University of Padua). Double object constructions and
the syntax of 'dative' clitics

11.20 - 11.40.
Break

11.40 - 12.10.
Alma Huszthy (Eötvös Loránd University Budapest) & Bálint Huszthy
(Pázmány Péter Catholic University Piliscsaba). Il fonema /l/ nei nessi
consonantici del dialetto napoletano

12.10 - 12.40.
Claire Meul (KU Leuven) & Dieter Vermandere (Universiteit Antwerpen).
Variazione morfologica nei dialetti dell'Italia settentrionale: tendenze
sistemiche e stratificazione sociolinguistica

12.40 - 13.30.
Keynote Speaker
Franco Fanciullo (University of Pisa). I vocalismi (tonici) romanzi: siamo
davvero così sicuri di quello che è successo? Un caso 'transizionale'

Alternates:

1. Chiara Fedriani (University of Bergamo) & Emanuele Miola (IUSS
Pavia). Dal lessico alla grammatica e oltre: (de) manu ad/in manu(m) in
alcuni dialetti del nord Italia.

2. Luisa Amenta (University of Palermo) & Elvira Assenza (University of
Messina). Ipotetiche irreali nel palermitano e nel messinese

3. Cameron Taylor (University of Cambridge). The spurious categorial
status of MODO



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