LINGUIST List 30.2111
Mon May 20 2019
Calls: Slavic Subgroup; General Linguistics, Morphology, Semantics, Syntax, Typology/Russia
Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>
Oksana Chuikova <oxana.chuykova
7th International Aspectological Conference: Interrelation between Aspect and Adjacent Categories E-mail this message to a friend
Full Title: 7th International Aspectological Conference: Interrelation between Aspect and Adjacent Categories
Date: 05-May-2020 - 08-May-2020
Location: St. Petersburg, Russia
Contact Person: Oksana Chuikova
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://aspectology2020.herzen.edu.ru
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Morphology; Semantics; Syntax; Typology
Language Family(ies): Slavic Subgroup
Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2019
The International Commission on Aspectology of the International Committee of Slavists (ICA ICS) and Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia supported by the Institute for Linguistic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences (ILS RAS) announce the 7th International Aspectological Conference Interrelation between Aspect and Adjacent Categories.
The conference will be hosted by Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, St Petersburg, 5-8 May 2020.
Please visit the Commission’s website at https://stl.univ-lille.fr/commission-daspectologie/
for programmes and publications from earlier conferences organised by the International Commission on Aspectology of the International Committee of Slavists.
The conference aims to discuss interrelation between the verb aspect and adjacent grammatical categories. As is known, the grammatical category of aspect in Slaviс languages has two peculiarities: (a) a highly developed polysemy of aspectual grammemes and (b) a close interrelation between the category of aspect and other verb categories. Thus, the discussion will focus largely on the ambiguity of aspect.
The conference welcomes papers that discuss the non-aspectual meaning and use of the perfective and the imperfective aspectual grammemes (temporal, modal, discursive, etc.), and the share of the “non-aspectual” component present in the semantics of the Slavic aspect. The latter is especially prominent in the imperfective forms, although it is not limited to these forms only.
Another relevant area of research to be presented is the interrelation between aspectual and non-aspectual grammemes within the system of the Slavic verb. This area includes a range of issues, i.e. limitations in expressing some grammemes in the context of others, semantic shifts that occur in certain grammeme combinations, etc. Although this area of research has consistently received attention from Slavists, nevertheless, it requires further investigation.
Although participants are encouraged to address the issues listed above in their conference papers, the subject matter of the conference may not be limited solely to the aforementioned topic areas.
Call for Papers:
The Seventh Conference of the International Commission on Aspectology of the International Committee of Slavists
Interrelation between Aspect and Adjacent Categories
May, 5-8, 2020, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Presentation time: 20 minutes + a 10-minute discussion.
Working languages: Russian, English, and all Slavic languages.
30 June 2019: application and abstract submission deadline
20 August 2019: participation confirmation
1 October 2019: full-text article submission deadline
5 May 2020–8 May 2020: conference dates
Application and abstract requirements:
1) Applications (please see the form attached) and abstracts (anonymised) should be submitted as two separate files no later than 30 June 2019. Abstracts (summary) must be between 100 and 200 words (references not included). File names should read “surname.applic.doc” and “surname.abstract.doc” for the application and the abstract accordingly. “Surname” here stands for the author’s surname, and, in case there is more than one author, the file names should state the surname of the co-author responsible for correspondence with the conference organisers.
2) Successful applicants will be notified on 20 August 2019 and will be expected to submit their papers on the topic declared in the application before 15 December 2019. The papers must not exceed 1200 words (references not included), and the text should clearly identify the issue under investigation and offer general outcomes and conclusions of the research.
All documents should be submitted as a .DOC(X) file to aspectology2020
A collection of papers will be published by Herzen State Pedagogical University Publishing in time for the conference. The publication will be indexed in RSCI National Bibliographic Database.
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