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Abstracts

Thursday 13 December

Session 1

Keynote Lisa Matthewson, University of British Columbia:

Abstract: Visual contexts for semantic elicitation: Storyboards and epistemic states

Presentation: Visual contexts for semantic elicitation: Storyboards and epistemic states

Session 2

Alexander Mankov, University of Gothenburg:

Abstract: Documenting the Dialect of Gammalsvenskby

Presentation: Documenting the Dialect of Gammalsvenskby

Jenny Nilsson, Institute for Language and Folklore and Malin Petzell, University of Gothenburg:

Abstract: Callenges of the observer’s paradox

Presentation: Callenges of the observer’s paradox

Session 3

Karin Harbusch and Denis Memmesheimer, University of Koblenz-Landau:

Abstract: How a linguistic theory ensues from systematic grammaticality ratings by native speakers

Presentation: How a linguistic theory ensues from systematic grammaticality ratings by native speakers

Jonathan Schlossberg, University of Newcastle:

Abstract: Documenting the semantics and pragmatics of body axis terms

Presentation: Documenting the semantics and pragmatics of body axis terms

Francesca Romana Moro and Marian Klamer, Leiden University:

Abstract: Studying language variation in rural pre-literate Indonesia: Challenges and solutions

Presentation: Studying language variation in rural pre-literate Indonesia: Challenges and solutions

Session 4

Pamela Sugrue and Elizabeth Coppock, Boston University:

A method for detecting superlative interpretations of positive adjectives

Samuel Beer, University of Virginia:

Methodologically-conditioned variation in terminal speaker data collection outcomes

Karolina Grzech, Stockholm University:

Abstract: How to be pragmatic about pragmatic fieldwork? Collecting representative data on epistemic discourse markers

Presentation: How to be pragmatic about pragmatic fieldwork? Collecting representative data on epistemic discourse markers

Eva-Marie Bloom Ström, University of Gothenburg:

Abstract: A fieldwork kit for eliciting definiteness

Presentation: A fieldwork kit for eliciting definiteness

Friday 14 December

Session 1

Keynote Alena Witzlack-Makarevich, Hebrew University of Jerusalem:

Abstract: Rapid collection of a spoken corpus of Ruuli (Bantu)

Presentation: Rapid collection of a spoken corpus of Ruuli (Bantu)

Session 2

Anju Saxena, Uppsala University, Anna Sjöberg, Uppsala University and Padam Sagar, Nako:

Layers of contact and linguistic variation: challenges for describing the phonology of Kanashi

Rasmus Bernander, University of Helsinki, Lotta Aunio, University of Helsinki, Antti Laine, University of Helsinki and Tim Roth, SIL International:

Challenges constructing a multilectal grammar – the case of the Western Serengeti languages

Session 3

Michael Franjieh, Greville Corbett and Alexandra Grandison, University of Surrey:

Abstract: Optimal categorisation: the origin and nature of gender from a psycholinguistic perspective

Presentation: Optimal categorisation: the origin and nature of gender from a psycholinguistic perspective

Golsa Nouri-Hosseini, University of Gothenburg, Elizabeth Bogal-Allbritten, University of Gothenburg and Elizabeth Coppock, Boston University:

Storyboards vs. Picture-aided Translation: A superlative elicitation technique

Letizia Cerqueglini, Tel Aviv University:

Abstract: Standard and Culture-Specific Methodology: Examining the Spatial Domain in Traditional Negev Arabic

Presentation: Standard and Culture-Specific Methodology: Examining the Spatial Domain in Traditional Negev Arabic

Session 4

Daria Zhornik and Sophie Pokrovskaya, Lomonosov Moscow State University:

Abstract: Modeling visual stimuli for descriptive fieldwork among the Upper Lozva Mansi: metalanguage vs. target language

Presentation: Modeling visual stimuli for descriptive fieldwork among the Upper Lozva Mansi: metalanguage vs. target language

Heike Wiese, Universität Potsdam, Anke Lüdeling, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Martin Klotz, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Annika Labrenz, Universität Potsdam:

Abstract: Emerging Grammars: Capturing And Investigating Linguistic Variation Between Monolinguals And Bilingual Heritage Speakers

Presentation: Emerging Grammars: Capturing And Investigating Linguistic Variation Between Monolinguals And Bilingual Heritage Speakers

Henrik Bergqvist, Stockholm University:

Abstract: Exploring the inter-personal context: methods and tools

Presentation: Exploring the inter-personal context: methods and tools

 

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