Workshop proposals in the making


Calls on the Linguistlist


Diachronic Morphosyntax in South American Languages (Bruno Estigarribia)


Expletives at the syntax-discourse interface (Hannah Booth & Kim Groothuis)


Left and right peripheries in discourse: Theoretical and empirical perspectives across languages (Matthias Klum)


Locative and existential predication – Core and periphery (Rodolfo Basile, Josefina Budzisch & Chris Lasse Däbritz)


Pontic in the past and the present: Following the traces of an endangered Asia Minor Greek dialect (Vassilios Spyropoulos)


Questions in monologic discourse (Agnès Celle & Amália Mendes)


Re-evaluating the relationship between defectivity and overabundance (Neil Bermel & Dunstan Brown)


The concept of manner and its linguistic realizations (Olivier Duplatre & Patrick Duffley)


The Grammar of Impoliteness (Marta Andersson, Riccardo Giomi & Daniel Van Olmen)


Expanding the boundaries of epistemicity: epistemic modality, evidentiality, and beyond (Karolina Grzech & Henrik Bergqvist)


On the spatial diffusion of linguistic changes: new methods and theoretical perspectives. (Andrés Enrique-Arias, Carlota de Benito Moreno, Florencio del Barrio de la Rosa)


Pragmatic phenomena in argumentation. It is not only about what you say, but also about how you say it (Jennifer Schumann and Steve Oswald)


Expressing surprise at the crossroads: Mirativity, exclamativity and (in)subordination in Romance languges (Susana Rodríguez Rosique)


Translations in the history of languages: From their position in historical corpora to their effects on language change (Nikolaos Lavidas, Robert Crellin, Hanne Eckhoff, Dag Haug)


Inflection and derivation in the Slavic verb (Ora Matushansky & Marijana Marelj)


Sound symbolism and onomatopoeia (Lívia Körtvélyessy, Pius W. Akumbu & Maria Flaksman)