List of workshops

Calls on the Linguistlist

WS1 Diachronic Morphosyntax in South American Languages (Bruno Estigarribia & Fabrício Ferraz Gerardi)

WS2 Expanding the boundaries of epistemicity: epistemic modality, evidentiality, and beyond (Karolina Grzech & Henrik Bergqvist)

WS3 Expletives at the syntax-discourse interface (Hannah Booth & Kim Groothuis)

WS4 Expressing surprise at the crossroads: Mirativity, exclamativity and (in)subordination in Romance languges (Susana Rodríguez Rosique)

WS5 Inflection and derivation in the Slavic verb (Marijana Marelj, Ora Matushansky & Sergei Tatevosov)

WS6 Language change in the Arctic (Lenore Grenoble & Olesya Khanina)

WS7 Left and right peripheries in discourse: Theoretical and empirical perspectives across languages (Matthias Klumm & Augustin Speyer)

WS8 Linguistics of Weather: neglected phenomena, neglected languages, neglected constructions (Katia Paykin & Machteld Meulleman)

WS9 Locative and existential predication – Core and periphery (Rodolfo Basile, Josefina Budzisch & Chris Lasse Däbritz)

WS10 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)

WS11 Pragmatic phenomena in argumentation. It is not only about what you say, but also about how you say it (Jennifer Schumann & Steve Oswald)

WS12 Questions in monologic discourse (Agnès Celle & Amália Mendes)

WS13 Re-evaluating the relationship between defectivity and overabundance (Neil Bermel & Dunstan Brown)

WS14 Similarity of quality and denominal similatives: semantic sources, pathways, and types of usage (Anna Kisiel & Alena Kolyaseva)

WS15 Sociotypology: linking language variation to sociological diversity (Antonio Benítez-Burraco & David Gil)

WS16 Sound symbolism and onomatopoeia (Lívia Körtvélyessy, Pius W. Akumbu & Maria Flaksman)

WS17 The concept of manner and its linguistic realizations (Olivier Duplatre & Patrick Duffley)

WS18 The Grammar of Impoliteness (Marta Andersson, Riccardo Giomi & Daniel Van Olmen)

WS19 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)

WS20 Verbal periphrases in Romance: new theoretical, empirical, and methodological challenges (Renata Enghels, Mar Garachana & María Sol Sansiñena)