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Thursday, September 22






Invited talk: Alessandra Giorgi(University of Venice)

Towards an integrated model of syntax, prosody and gesture


Vesela Simeonova (University of Graz)

Tense in epistemic and counterfactual modals: evidence from Bulgarian


Coffee break


Carla Spellerberg (Goethe University Frankfurt)

Towards an adverbial-only analysis of Bulgarian focus-sensitive particles


Nicola Munaro (University of Venice)

Left-right asymmetries in conditional clause attachment and multiple complementizers


Matteo Fiorini (University of Utah)

Semantic and pragmatic properties of Camuno po: towards a unified account




Boban Arsenijević (University of Graz), Katarina Gomboc Čeh (University of Nova Gorica), Lanko Marušič (University of Nova Gorica), Stefan Milosavljević (University of Graz), Petra Mišmaš (University of Nova Gorica), Marko Simonović (University of Graz)

Licensing deverbal -lac/-lec nominalizations in Western South Slavic


Olga Steriopolo (Leibniz-ZAS)

Gender discrepancies and an evaluative gender shift: A cross-linguistic study within the Distributed Morphology framework


Marina Tzakosta (University of Crete)

‘Die hard’: fossilized syllabic structures emerging in late phases of (a)typical phonological development


Coffee break


Marcin Wągiel (Masaryk University in Brno/University of Wrocław)

A mereotopological account of the event-external/internal distinction


Poster session 1


Invited talk: Josep Quer (Pompeu Fabra University, ICREA)

The encoding of locative agreement in lexical verbs: the view from sign languages


Poster session 1

Daniel Aremu (Goethe University Frankfurt), Samuel Owoahene Acheampong (Goethe University Frankfurt)

Mono-clausal and Bi-clausal Topics in Likpakpaanl

Tommaso Balsemin (Goethe University Frankfurt), Francesco Pinzin (Goethe University Frankfurt)

A modular approach to Phonologically Conditioned Allomorphy. The case of the Ligurian article system

Marco Biasio (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)

Towards a Formal Interactional Model of Manipulative Discourse: Some Remarks on Negative Dynamic and Deontic Operators in Russian

Chen-An Chang (Konstanz University)

Recording Emotions in Dynamics Framework: The Case of Taiwanese Daodi-Questions

Chandni Dutta (IIT New Delhi)

Higher numerals and Classifier-less DPs in Classifier languages

Pamela Goryczka (University of Vienna)

A spanning account to complex theme elements in Italian

Piotr Gulgowski (University of Wrocław)

Word category effect in morphological decomposition during visual word processing: Evidence from prefix priming

Adèle Hénot-Mortier (MIT)

An Agree-based account of the gap distribution in tough-constructions vs gapped-degree phrases

Éva Kardos (University of Debrecen), Andrea Szávó (University of Debrecen)

The structure of the event domain reflects scopal relations in Hungarian: Evidence from resultatives and depictives

Veronika Kloudová (Masaryk University in Brno), Pavel Caha (Masaryk University in Brno)

Time and causality in cased adverbial clauses: Evidence from Basque

Anushree Mishra (EFLU Hyderabad), Kousani Banerjee (EFLU Hyderabad)

Indefinites and polar disjoint interrogatives

Shuki Otani (Osaka University), Koki Nakano (Osaka University)

Multiple Foci and Absence of Phi-Feature Agreement in Tagalog

Bojana Ristic (University of Ljubljana), Karin Kavčič (University of Ljubljana), Rok Žaucer (University of Nova Gorica), Linnaea Stockall (Queen Mary University of London), Christina Manouilidou (University of Ljubljana)

Processing morphologically complex words in South Slavic

Emil Eva Rosina (Humboldt University Berlin)

Conditionality plus Evaluative Ordering: ‘Utopic’ and ‘Realistic’ Modal Predication

Aviv Schoenfeld (Tel Aviv University)

Mass definite generics