LINGUIST List 30.2986

Wed Jul 31 2019

Calls: Uralic; Syntax, Typology/Austria

Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>



Date: 31-Jul-2019
From: Erika Asztalos <aszterikgmail.com>
Subject: Current Issues in the Syntactic Typology of Uralic Languages
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Full Title: Current Issues in the Syntactic Typology of Uralic Languages

Date: 16-Aug-2020 - 21-Aug-2020
Location: Vienna, Austria
Contact Person: Erika Asztalos
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: https://cifu13.univie.ac.at/programme/symposia/#B9

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax; Typology

Language Family(ies): Uralic

Call Deadline: 30-Sep-2019

Meeting Description:

The symposium aims to be a forum for presenting and discussing current issues in syntactic typology of Uralic languages. Contributions investigating any syntactic or morphosyntactic issue carried out in a typological-functionalist approach are welcome. Papers related to a specific Uralic language or to a subgroup of the Uralic languages are both appreciated. A more detailed description of the symposium can be found on the conference website: https://cifu13.univie.ac.at/programme/symposia/#B9

Call for Papers:

We invite to submit abstracts for 20-minute presentations. Talks can be given in any of the official languages of the Congress, but abstracts must be submitted in English. (In case your talk will be given in a language other than English please send us the title of your presentation also in the language of the talk.) Abstracts have to be fully anonymised and must not exceed 3000 characters (including spaces). Please submit your abstract via the electronic submission tool of the Conference (https://cifu13.univie.ac.at/call/online-submission/) not later than 30 September 2019. For more information on the submission process, see https://cifu13.univie.ac.at/call/. Please remember to select symposium B.9 Current issues in the syntactic typology of Uralic languages.

Keynote presentation at the symposium:

András Bárány: Case and agreement in ditransitives in Uralic and beyond

Organizers: Ferenc Havas, Erika Asztalos, Nikolett F. Gulyás, Laura Horváth, Ditta Szabó, Bogáta Timár (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)

Contact: Erika Asztalos, aszterikgmail.com




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