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The Emergence of Non-Canonical Case Marking in Indo-European (NonCanCase)

 

Program

   
2013
 
   
13–15 May 2013
SCL-25 Workshop: Morphosyntactic Variation and Change in Germanic
   
2012
 
   
Spring/Fall 2012
   
29 January 2012
   
17 February 2012
   
23–24 February 2012
   
27 February 2012
   
9 March 2012
   
27 April 2012
Friday Linguistics Seminar with Tonya Kim Dewey: Prosody and Syntactic Linearization in Early Germanic
   
3 May 2012
Workshop "Appraising Case"
   
27–28 May 2012
Brainstorming Session on Applying Construction Grammar on (Historical) Linguistics – Invited Guests: Spike Gildea (University of Oregon) and Mirjam Fried (Charles University, Prague)
   
4–8 June 2012
Conference on "Non-Canonical Case Marking of Subjects" in Reykjavík and at Eyjafjallajökull
   
28 September 2012
Guest talk by Matthew Whelpton (University of Iceland): Resultatives in Icelandic
   
6 November 2012
   
23 November 2012
Internal Seminar: "NonCanCase Data Seminar"
   
30 November 2012
Guest talk by Na'ami Pat-El (University of Texas, Austin & Uppsala University): Demonstrative as Definite Article in Aramaic: A Cautionary Tale
   
13 December 2012
Brainstorming Seminar on "Theory of Language Change"
   
2011
 
   
11 March 2011
Guest talk by Chiara Fedriani (University of Pavia): Experiential Constructions in Latin: Some Syncronic and Diachronic Remarks
   
13 April 2011
Classics Seminar with Thomas Smitherman & Valerie Hannon: Oblique Subject Predicates in Ancient Greek: Beyond the Few and Obvious
   
6 May 2011
Friday Linguistic Seminar with Eystein Dahl: TBA (Cancelled)
   
12–13 May 2011
   
25–30 July 2011
ICHL 20 Workshop: Reconstructing Syntax
   
30–31 August 2011
Guest talks by Beatrice Primus (University of Cologne): Agentivity in Impersonal Passives and Productivity: Empirical Methods and Explanations
   
8–11 September 2011
   
19–20 September 2011
Guest talks by Joe Salmons (University of Madison, Wisconsin): Verb Regularizations in German: Frequency in Context and Transmission and Persistence in Sound Change
   
2010
 
   
16 April 2010
Friday Linguistic Seminar with Jóhanna Barðdal: The Rise of Dative Substitution in the History of Icelandic.
 
10 May 2010
Guest talk by Krzysztof Stronski (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan): Ergativity in Indo-Aryan – Competetitive Explanations
 
20–21 May 2010
Guest talks by Brian D. Joseph (The Ohio State University): Lectures on Grammaticalization
 
27–30 May 2010
   
2–5 September 2010
   
2–5 September 2010
SLE 43 Workshop: Ergativity in Indo-Aryan
   
27 September 2010
Guest talk by Thórhallur Eythórsson (University of Iceland): The Faroese Experimental Kitchen: Changes in Case Marking in the Scandinavian Passive
   
2009
 
   
14 Feburary 2009
   
28 Feburary 2009
   
13 March 2009

Guest talk by Bridget Drinka (University of Texas, San Antonio): Stratified Reconstruction and a New View of the Family Tree Model

 
20 March 2009
   
27 March 2009
   
8 May 2009
   
14–15 May 2009
   
22 May 2009
Guest talk by Bethwyn Evans (National Australian University/Max Planck Institute, Leipzig): Reconstructing syntactic and semantic motivations of reanalysis
   
17 June 2009
   
28 July–3 August 2009
Workshop: Cognitive and CxG based Approaches to Evolution (Postponed until October, Prague)
10–15 August 2009
   
21 September 2009
Guest talk by Jekaterina Rakhilina (Det Russiske Humanistiske Universitet, Moskva): Semantic Shifts and pain predicates: "rebranding"
1 October 2009
Guest talk by Anatol Stefanowitsch (University of Bremen): On PATH and MANNER in English Motion Clauses
   
23 October 2009
Internal Seminar: Presentation by Chiara Fedriani
   
5 November 2009
   
6 November 2009
   
12 November 2009
Internal Seminar: Presentation by Jóhanna Barðdal
   
13 November 2009

Friday Linguistic Seminar with Jóhanna Barðdal: West-Scandinavian Ditransitives as a Family of Constructions.

   
20 November 2009
Internal Seminar: Presentation by Chiara Fedriani
   
4 December 2009
Guest talk by Guro Fløgstad (University of Oslo):
   

2008

 
20–21 August 2008
   
15 October 2008

Guest talk by Eystein Dahl (University of Oslo): Remarks on the Development of the Vedic Verbal System

   
10–11 December 2008
Joint Workshop with Miriam Butt in Konstanz and her research team: Case Marking and Alignment in Indo-European
   
   
   

Jóhanna Barðdal, Principal Investigator
Dept. of Linguistic, Literary and Aesthetic Studies, UiB
Box 7805
NO-5020 Bergen
Phone +47-55 58 24 38
Fax +47-55 58 96 60
johanna.barddal at uib.no

    Updated December 1st, 2012 by JB