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Workshop on Morphological Borrowing


Organized by the research profile Diversity and Universals in Language, Department of Languages and Literatures.

Welcome to our workshop MORPHOLOGICAL BORROWING!

The topic of the workshop is contact-induced morphological phenomena mixing European as well as non-European languages.

The workshop takes place December 10 - 11, 2015, on the Conference Floor of Humanisten, Renströmsgatan 6, conference room H821.

List of presentations

Maarten Kossman (University of Leiden), invited speaker: On suppletive paradigms and the effects of borrowing

Francesco Gardani (WU Vienna): DER-borrowing: A typological overview

Rozenn Guérois (University of London): The borrowing of verbal morphemes in Bantu

Nick Kloehn (University of Arizona, Tucson): Finding Productive Morphology in the Wild: A quantitive analysis of novel morpheme use in Swahili-English Code Switching on Twitter

Danny Law (University of Texas at Austin): Linguistic Similarity and Language Mixing: The Case of Tojol-ab'al

Vincent Renner (University of Lyon): Extending the domain of contact induced-change in lexical morphology: A focus on pattern and process borrowing

Amanda Roig Marín (University of Alicante): Derivational or Inflectional Morphological Borrowing? Loan Blends in Spanish

Marion Schulte (Universität Bielefeld): Semantic integration and diachronic development of borrowed derivational affixes

If you are interested in attending, please contact Christiane Andersen (christiane.andersen@sprak.gu.se)

Date & hour: 12/10/2015

Categories: Research, Kulturstudier, Linguistics, Humanities

Organizer: institutionen för språk och litteraturer

Location: Faculty of Arts, Lundgrensgatan 1B

Additional information:
program MB 10 Dec, updated 20 Nov.docx

Contact person: Christiane Andersen

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