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LINGUIST List 24.2209

Tue May 28 2013

Confs: Morphology, Syntax, Semantics/Spain

Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee <alisonlinguistlist.org>

Date: 27-May-2013
From: Elena Soare <elena.soareuniv-paris8.fr>
Subject: 5th Workshop on Nominalizations, JeNom 5: Eventualities beyond Verbs
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5th Workshop on Nominalizations, JeNom 5: Eventualities beyond Verbs
Short Title: JeNom5


Date: 20-Jun-2013 - 21-Jun-2013
Location: Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain
Contact: Berit Gehrke
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://parles.upf.edu/llocs/glif/pub/jenom5/

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology; Semantics; Syntax

Meeting Description:

JeNom 5: Eventualities beyond Verbs
5th Workshop on Nominalizations
Les 5èmes Journées d'étude sur les nominalisations
June 20-21, 2013
http://parles.upf.edu/llocs/glif/pub/jenom5/

JeNom 5 aims at bringing together researchers who are concerned with the argument structure and the temporal/aspectual properties of noun phrases and other nominal constituents in various languages and frameworks. The JeNom Workshops originated in France (which explains its French acronym: Journées d’études sur les Nominalisations); the most recent edition was held in Stuttgart, JeNom3 at the University of Paris 8. This year’s JeNom will be held at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, with the support of the CNRS lab UMR 7023 Structures Formelles du Langage & Université de Paris 8.

Invited Speakers:

Paolo Acquaviva (University College Dublin)
Fabienne Martin (University of Stuttgart)
Andrew McIntyre (Humboldt University Berlin)

Contact Email Address:

jenom5barcelonagmail.com

Organizers:

The workshop is hosted by GLiF (Grup de Lingüística Formal) at the Department of Translation and Language Sciences of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona and co-organized by the CNRS lab UMR 7023 Structures Formelles du Langage & Université de Paris 8.

We are grateful to UPF’s Department of Translation and Language Sciences, the ICREA Foundation, and the CNRS for their support of this workshop.

Thursday, June 20, 2013

9:15-9:30
Welcome

9:30-10:30
Andrew McIntyre (HU Berlin)
TBA

10:30-11:10
Isabelle Roy & Elena Soare (Paris 8)
N-ways of being event-related

11:10-11:40
Coffee break

11:40-12:20
Tillmann Pross (Stuttgart)
Dealing with sortal ambiguity of nominalizations by unerspecification

12:20-13:00
Sergei Tatevosov (Moscow)
Nominalization and aspectual morphology

13:00-15:00
Lunch break

15:00-15:40
Marta Donazzan & Lucia Tovena (Paris 7)
Event decomposition and argument realization in an event noun

15:40-16:20
Karen Ferret & Florence Villoing (Paris 8)
Nominalization with -age and the instrument reading: Morphological constraints on the semantico-argumentational properties of the base verb

16:20-16:40
Coffee break

16:40-17.40
Fabienne Martin (Stuttgart)
TBA

20:30
Workshop dinner

Friday, June 21, 2013

9:30-10:30
Paolo Acquaviva (U. College Dublin)
Noun construction and the varieties of eventive reference

10:30-11:10
Marko Simonović (Utrecht) & Boban Arsenijević (Niš)
In and out of paradigms: How to do everything with very few affixes

11:10-11:40
Coffee break

11:40-12:20
Xuhui Hu (Cambridge)
A comparative study of Chinese and English synthetic compounds

12:20-13:00
Anouch Bourmayan (Jean Nicod)
‘Chanter un chant’, ‘danser une danse’, ‘nager une nage’: Cognate objects or integrated objects?

13:00-15:00
Lunch break

15:00-15:40
Xavier Villalba (UAB)
Eventualities under deadjectival nominalizations

15:40-16:20
Isabelle Roy, Saveria Colonna, Bridget Copley (Paris 8) & Sudha Arunachalam (Boston)
The role of structural information in eliciting the ‘agent’ meaning with -er nominals: Experimental evidence

16:20-16:40
Coffee break

16:40-17.40
Final discussion

Alternates:

1. Maria J. Arche (University of Greenwich) and Rafael Marín (Lille): The eventive appearance of some deadjectival nouns
2. Karen Ferret (Paris 8): Semantic propertie(s) of the base verbs and locative or instrumental interpretation of N-oir(e)



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