List of workshops

We would like to invite you to submit your abstract for SLE 2024 Special Outreach Session: Communicating linguistics research: results and prospects. Deadline for submissions is 26 February. For details, click here.

Extended deadline: 10 March

Calls on the Linguistlist

WS1 Anglicism research in Europe: from vocabulary to use (Gisle Andersen, Elizabeth Peterson & Eline Zenner)

WS2 Construction Grammar meets Sociolinguistics (Lotte Sommerer & Axel Bohmann)

WS3 Counterfactuals: Families of constructions (Jesús Olguín Martínez, Tom Bossuyt & Ellison Luk)

WS4 Encoding perception across languages: New insights and new methods (Denys Teptiuk, Stef Spronck & Tatiana Nikitina)

WS5 Epistemicity and dialogue: how is knowing negotiated in conversation? (Karolina Grzech & Henrik Bergqvist)

WS6 Exploring the Limits of Complex Predicates (Daniel Krausse, Katya Aplonova & Patryk Czerwinski)

WS7 Lexical affixes (Kasper Boye, Mads Nielsen & Johanne Nedergaard)

WS8 Linguistic typology and the cognitive science of non-WEIRD languages (Antonio Benítez-Burraco, Sihan Chen & David Gil)

WS9 Marginal phonemes (László Fejes & Jack Rueter)

WS10 Mass nouns in a typological perspective (Silva Nurmio, Michael Daniel, & Yvonne Treis)

WS11 Mismatches in Information Structure (Silvio Cruschina & Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine)

WS12 Origin of Discourse Particles: Borrowing and Grammaticalization (Timofey Arkhangelskiy, Gerson Klumpp, Elena Markus, Marili Tomingas & Iuliia Zubova)

WS13 Passive and passivization across languages in dynamic and typological perspectives: conceptual and methodological challenges (Dominika Skrzypek, Agnieszka Słoboda & Piotr Sobotka)

WS14 Pathways to insubordination (María Sol Sansiñena, Ezra la Roi & An Van linden)

WS15 Poetic language (Paul Widmer & Barbara Sonnenhauser)

WS16 Psycholinguistic approaches to the study of heritage, Indigenous, and minoritized languages (Evangelia Adamou & Maria Khachaturyan)

WS17 Spatial (a)symmetries across languages (Anetta Kopecka & Benjamin Fagard)

WS18 Talking about truth, lies, and deception across languages and cultures (Maria Koptjevskaja Tamm, Alice Bondarenko, Henrik Bergqvist & Gaëlle Chantrain)

WS19 The Arabic (Semitic) Lexicon and its words (Abdelkader Fassi Fehri & Peter Hallman)

WS20 The concept of possibility and its morphological, syntactic and pragmatic realizations in natural language (Patrick Duffley & Olivier Duplâtre)

WS21 The Determinism Assumption in Morphology (Dunstan Brown & Neil Bermel)

WS22 The Limits of the Comparative Method: Innovative Approaches to Understanding Orphan Languages (Abbie Hantgan & Rik van Gijn)

WS23 The semantic transparency of morphologically complex words (Richard Huyghe, Justine Salvadori & Rossella Varvara)

WS24 Typological approaches to non-canonicity in demonstratives (Don Killian, Ekaterina Gruzdeva & Chingduang Yurayong)

WS25 What is egophoricity in Tibetic, and beyond? (Jan Nuyts & Eric Mélac)