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Reaching Hotel Agro:

- by public transport: The hotel can be reached by bus 21 from Moszkva-tér(square). The bus stop is around 200-300 meters from the hotel (get off at the stop „Hotel Olympia”). Information about getting to Moszva-tér from the airport can be found on the websites given above.

- by the Airport minibus: the fare is 2.300,- forints/person payable either in cash (in forints) or by credit card. (Our recommendation!)

- by taxi: The taxi companies have very different prices. We recommend Buda Taxi (Tel: 233 33 33) or 6x6 Taxi (Tel: 266 66 66), which have a flat  rate (4.800.- HUF) from the airport to the city.

 

 

Please note:

Accommodation has to be directly to the hotel administration (single room 40€, double room 60€).

The meals are not included in the registration fee. Lunch tickets can be purchased at the registration desk (2500.- HUF/day) - for 26, 27, 28 May.

 

 


12th International Morphology Meeting

Budapest, May 25-28, 2006

 

Program

 

25 May, Thursday

 

1400-1420 Opening

1420-1500 Juliette Blevins: Paradigmatic contrast and category maintenance: morphological factors inhibiting sound change

1500-1530 Judith Meinschaefer: The interface of morphology and phonology in the light of accentual patterns in Spanish and Italian verb forms

1530-1600 Elena Soare: Morphosyntactic mismatches revisited: the case of Romanian supine

1600-1630 Pavol Štekauer, Julius Zimmermann & Renáta Gregová: N+N constructions revisited: expectations vs. perception vs. measurements

 

1630-1650  Coffee break

 

1650-1720 Greville Corbett & Matthew Baerman: Prolegomena to a typology of morphological features

1720-1750 Anna M. Thornton: Is there a partition in the present indicative of Italian regular verbs?

1750-1820 Irene Vogel: The morphology-phonology interface: isolating to polysynthetic languages

1820-1850 Markéta Ziková & Pavel Caha: Czech declension without paradigms

 

1500-1900 Workshop Word and paradigms. Perspectives on Uralic morphology

                Organizer: Farrell Ackerman

Program: 1500–1530  Introduction and Overview

1530–1600 Farrell Ackerman (UCSD) & Rob Malouf (SDSU): Paradigm organization in the nominal declension system of Tundra Nenets

1600–1630 Jim Blevins (Cambridge): Implicational structure of Estonian inflectional paradigms

 1630–1700 Erika Körtvély (Szeged): Epistemicity and evidentiality in the modal affixes of Tundra Nenets

 1700–1730 Florian Siegl (Tartu): Defective paradigms in Forest Enets, or what counts as suppletion?

 1730–1800 Beáta Wagner-Nagy (Szeged): Funktioniert der Stufenwechsel im Nganasanischen nicht? (Doesn't gradation work in Nganasan?)

 

 

 26 May, Friday

 

  900-  950   Gregory Stump: Principal parts and morphological typology

1000-1030 Gary Libben, Mira Goral, Loraine Obler, Gonia Jarema:  The role of headedness in the processing of English and Hebrew compounds: evidence from morphological priming in bilinguals

1030-1100 Marina V. Rusakova: Morphophonological errors of adult speakers of Russian in comparison with those of children and second language learners

1100-1130 Elma Blom & Jan Don: Rules of impoverishment: the perspective of a language learner

1130-1200 Tvrtko Prčić: Suffixes vs final combining forms as heads in English word formation

1200-1230 Dimitra Melissaropoulou & Angela Ralli: Headedness in diminutive formation: evidence from modern Greek and its dialectal variation

1230-1300 Maria Rosenberg: Heads and plural markers in French compounds

 

1300-1400 Lunch

 

1400-1600 Poster session:

§         Giorgio Arcodia & Nicola Grandi: Coordinative and hierarchic compounds between morphology and syntax. Towards a new classification of compounding

§         Jenny Audring: Agreement morphology and the acquirability of gender

§         Réka Benczés: Seeing through “nontransparent” compounds: analysing metaphorical and metonymical composite structures in English

§         Tilman Berger & Josef Šimandl: Pluralia tantum as the acid test for shaping the noun paradigm system in Czech

§         Mario Brdar: Blending between compounding and truncation

§         Camiel Hamans: The popularity of Offglish

§         Gorazd Kert: Inflection and Derivation in Models of Morphological Processing

§         Youngjun Jang: Morphological universals: with reference to measure expressions

§         Annekatrin Kaivapalu: Contribution of L1 to the acquisition of morphology of a closely related target language

§         Chiara Melloni: On heads and selection in suffixal derivation: complex event vs. result forming suffixes

§         Szabolcs Kiss, István Csertő, Anita Deák: Inflectional morphology of Hungarian interpersonal verbs and causal attribution

§         András Komlósy: On the grammar of adverbial case endings in Hungarian

§         Zsuzsanna Schnell: Metaphor processing and the acquisition of idioms

§         Natalia Kuznetsova: The synchronic morphonological terminology problems in fennistics

§         Henrietta Yang: The syntax of de-less modification in Mandarin and its ordering restrictions

 

1600-1630 Anna Maria DiSciullo: HeadF and scope

1630-1700 Antonietta Bisetto & Sergio Scalise: Selectional properties are head properties

1700-1730 Radmila Đurić: Headedness phenomena in Serbian diminutive nominal suffixations

1730-1800 Sanja Krimer-Gaborovic: Dealing with the productivity and headedness of morphologically complex lexemes comprising basic colour terms

1800-1830 Gordana Lalić-Krstin, Sabina Halupka-Rešetar: Headedness phenomena in new blends in Serbian

  

Workshop: The polysemy of agent nouns

1000-1300  Organizers: Franz Rainer & Hans Christian Luschützky:

1600-1900

Participants:   Árpád Berta (Szeged; Turkic languages)

Raymond Boyd (CNRS Villejuif; Niger-Congo)

Johan De Caluwe (Ghent; Dutch)

Matthias Huening (Berlin; Germanic languages)

H. Ch. Luschützky (Vienna; organizer; contribution on Slavic)

Peter Otto Müller (Erlangen; Middle High German)

Franz Rainer (Vienna; organizer; contribution on Romance)

Ulla Remmer (Zurich; Celtic)

Carmen Scherer (Mainz; German)

Theda Schumann (Hamburg; Chadic and Niger-Congo)

Rosenberg, Maria (Stockholm; French and Swedish)

 

1900- Banquet (Hotel Normafa, 1121 Budapest, Eötvös út/street, 52-54)

 

 

27 May, Saturday

 

   900- 950 Pléh  Csaba:  Developmental  impairments  of  morphology:  observations  on Hungarian children with Williams syndrome, Down syndrome and SLI

1000-1030 Yvonne Treis: Morphophonology of the Kambaata verbal paradigms

1030-1100 Claudia Pons Moll: «The true mistery of the world is the visible, not the invisible»: some reflections on the verbal morphophonology of Balearic Catalan

1100-1130 Fabio Montermini: Inflectional and derivational stem allomorphy in the nominal paradigms of Roman languages

1130-1200 Ben Braitwhaite: Spell-out by phase and nuuchahnulth morpho-phonology

1200-1230 Jurgen Klausenburger: The final consonant paradigm in theories of French morphophonology: Has Chatton’s Anti-Razor been preferred over Ockham’s Razor?

1230-1300 Péter Rebrus & Miklós Törkenczy: Phonologically motivated gaps in the Hungarian verbal paradigm

 

1300-1400 Lunch

 

1400-1530 Poster session

§         Robert Mailhammer: Loss of morphological categories due to language contact: The aorist in Proto-Germanic

§         Martha Mendoza: Derivational resources in p’urhepecha: morphological complexity and verb formation

§         Akiko Nagano: Marchand’s analysis of back-formation revisited

§         Mine Nakipoglu and Nihan Ketrez: Children’s overregularizations and irregularizations of the Turkish aorist

§         Florence Villoing & Fiammetta Namer: Assigning category to non-autonomous bases in neoclassical compounding

§         Paulo Chagas de Souza: Athematic participles in Brazilian Portuguese: A syncretism in the making

§         Masahiko Nose: Functional study on adverbial case and adpositions in Finno-Ugric and Indo-European

§         Biljana Radić-Bojanić: Communicative dynamism in complex lexemes in Serbian

§         Sergey Say: Source- and product-oriented schemas in the semantics of the Russian sja-verbs

§         Andreas Bittner: Morphological Acquisition, Markedness and Frequency: On the Symbolisation of Verb-Grammatical Categories in Elementary-School Age

§         Carmen Scherer: Historical dimensions of productivity

§         Eva Smolka: When semantics means less than morphology: the processing of German prefixed verbs

§         Minna Suni: Awareness of second language inflectional morphology

§         Marjana Vaneva: Conversion in English and Macedonian

§         Tsui-ping Wu & Liu Sho-ying: Hit verbs in Taiwan Southern Min and in Mandarin: a lexical semantic exploration

 

1530-1600 Andrea D. Sims: On the importance of “missing” forms: periphrasis and paradigmatic gaps in modern Greek as problems for morphological blocking

1600-1630 Matthew Baerman & Greville Corbett: Morphological inferences in deponent paradigms

1630-1700 Lynn Drapeau: A word-and-paradigm approach to verb stem derivation in Cree-Montagnais

1700-1730 James Kirby: Morphology as pattern-matching

1730-1800 Bhavani Saravanan: Morphological mismatches in Tamil verbal paradigms

1800-1830 Luiz Carlos Schwindt: Paradigmatic correspondences in the Brazilian Portuguese verbal vowel system

 1830-1900 Seiki Ayano: Two Subclasses of adjectives and verbs in Japanese

 

Workshop: Acquisition and impairments of inflectional morphology

                    Organizers: Wolfgang U. Dressler & Dagmar Bittner:

10.00  Wolfgang U. Dressler (Vienna), Marianne Kilani-Schoch (Lausanne), Ingrida Balciuniene (Kaunas), Katharina Korecky-Kröll & Sabine Laaha (Vienna): The learnability of morphology is due to positive and negative evidence. Adult reactions to children’s development of French, Lithuanian and German inflection.

10.30     Natalia Gagarina (Berlin): Adults’ reformulations of errors in child Russian.

11.00     Bálint Gábor & Ágnes Lukács (Budapest): Young children´s morphological productivity with new words and inflections.

11.30    Wolfgang U. Dressler (Vienna), Steven Gillis (Antwerp), Johannes Bertl, Katharina Korecky-Kröll, Sabine Laaha (Vienna), Hans Basbřll & Katja Rehfeldt Kofod (Odense): Core morphology and its acquisition: Plural formation in Dutch, German and Danish.

12.00     Bracha Nir-Sagiv & Dorit Ravid (Tel Aviv): Noun plurals in Hebrew child-directed speech: Frequency of stem and suffix categories.

12.30     Lunch

14.00     Dagmar Bittner (Berlin): Acquisition of verb inflection and finiteness in German under SLI.

14.30     Evelien M. Krikhaar & Charlotte Koster (Groningen): Verbal morphology in Dutch toddlers at risk for dyslexia.

15.00     Jan de Jong, Antje Orgassa, Fred Weerman & Anne Baker (Amsterdam): The acquisition of morphosyntax in bilingual Turkish-Dutch children with Specific Language Impairment: searching for markers of SLI and bilingualism.

15.30     Break

16.00     Ágnes Lukács, Bence Kas, Csaba Pléh (Budapest) & Laurence B. Leonard (West Lafayette): Agreement in Hungarian children with SLI: a comparison of spontaneous speech, sentence completion, offline grammaticality judgements and online picture-sentence verification tasks.

16.30     Christina Kauschke (Potsdam): Acquisition of German noun plurals in unimpaired children and children with SLI.

17.00     Jussi Niemi (Joensuu): Competing inflectional paradigms and specific/familial language impairment.

17.30  Leonor Scliar-Cabral (UFSC/CNPq) & Brian MacWhinney (CMU): Cues in early verbal morphology acquisition

 

 

Poster Session 18.00 – 19.00

·        Grzegorz Krajewski1, Elena Lieven2, Anna Theakston1, Michael Tomasello2 (1Manchester, 2Leipzig): Productivity of a Polish child´s inflectional morphology

·        Milena Kühnast (Berlin) & Velka Popova (Shumen): Secondary imperfectivisation in Bulgarian – Typological implications for First Language Acquisition

·        Johannes Bertl, Katharina Korecky-Kröll, Sabine Laaha (Vienna): The plurality of plurals: a comparison of plural elicitation techniques in first language acquisition

·        Teodor Petrič (Maribor): Case study on the acquisition of Slovenian verb inflection

·        Elam Blom & Daniela Polisenska (Amsterdam): The acquisition of inflectional morphology: Child L1 and child L2 Dutch

·        Sinikka Niemi & Jussi Niemi (Joensuu): Acquisitional paths of inflectional morphology in two typologically different languages

·        Ranya Ahmed AbdelAziz Morsi, Vesna Stojanovik & Susan Edwards (Reading): A Pilot Study on Egyptian Arabic Speaking Children with Specific Language Impairment

·        Tatiana Chernigovskaya (St. Petersburg), Kira Gor (Maryland) & Tatiana Svistunova (St. Petersburg): Preschool children: Acquisition of Russian verbal morphology (experimental study)

   

28 May, Sunday

 

   900- 950 Andrew Spencer: Heads’ in generalized paradigm function morphology

1000-1030 Bernard Fradin: Three puzzles about denominal adjectives in -eux

1030-1100 Olivier Bonami & Gilles Boyé: Subregular defaults in French conjugation

1100-1130 Casper de Groot: Morphological complexity versus inflectional morphology in Hungarian by language contact

1130-1200 István Kenesei: From word to affix: slide or step-ladder?

1200-1230 Alain Kihm: Romanian declension and the toggle exponent hypothesis

1230-1300 Babbe van Ginkel & Janet Grijzenhout: The lack of a default Dutch plural

 

1300 - Lunch

 

 

   900- 950 Andrew Spencer: Heads’ in generalized paradigm function morphology

1000-1030 Bernard Fradin: Three puzzles about denominal adjectives in -eux

1030-1100 Olivier Bonami & Gilles Boyé: Subregular defaults in French conjugation

1100-1130 Casper de Groot: Morphological complexity versus inflectional morphology in Hungarian by language contact

1130-1200 István Kenesei: From word to affix: slide or step-ladder?

1200-1230 Alain Kihm: Romanian declension and the toggle exponent hypothesis

1230-1300 Babbe van Ginkel & Janet Grijzenhout: The lack of a default Dutch plural

 

1300 – Lunch


12 th International Morphology Meeting

Research Institute for Linguistics

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

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12th International Morphology Meeting

Budapest, May 25-28, 2006

 

MAIN TOPICS:

(a) The acquisition of morphology,

 (b) The morphophonology of paradigms,

 (c) Headedness in morphology.

Invited speakers:

Juliette Blevins (The morphophonolgy of paradigms),

Csaba Pléh (Language ascquisition and morphology),

Andrew Spencer (Heads in morphology),

Greg Stump (Paradigms)

 

Workshops

  1. Word and paradigms. Perspectives on Uralic morphology (contact: Farrell Ackerman, fackerman@ucsd.edu)
  2. The polysemy of agent nouns (contact: Franz Rainer, franz.rainer@wu-wien.ac.at, and Christian Luschützky, hans.christian.luschuetzky@univie.at.ac
  3. Acquisition and impairments of inflectional morphology (contact: Wolfgang U.Dressler, wolfgang.dressler@univie.ac.at )

 

 

The conference is organized jointly by the Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Linguistics, University of Vienna

 

Contact person: Rozalia Demeter, E-mail: morphbp@nytud.hu.

 

Site of the conference: the conference will be held at the Hotel Agro, address: H-1121 Budapest, Normafa út 54., telephone: +36 1-458-3900, +361-458-3985, +3630-410-9629, e-mail: agroert@wla.hu

Accommodation will be arranged on the conference site (single room: 40€, double room 60€). Please fill in and return the attached hotel reservation form.

 

Registration fee

To be paid in cash on the spot will be150 €, for students 80 €.

 Abstracts

2-page abstracts for a poster session or a 20 minutes presentation (plus 10 minutes discussion) should be sent to the above address as e-mail attachment in a camera-ready format with the author’s name, affiliation and title (one line each).

 

Deadline for submission of abstracts: December 15, 2005

 

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