BLINC 3

3rd Budapest Linguistics Conference

Budapest, 6–8 June 2019

Preliminary Programme

Pdf files of abstracts can be obtained by clicking on the titles in the programme (abstracts are still being added as we receive them). The conference dinner will be on  Friday evening. Time and place will be posted nearer the date.

Thursday 6  June

 

Session 1

Session 2

9.30

Tamás Biró

Biblical Hebrew Who will Understand? Methodological Reflections on Identifying Topic and Focus in a Dead Language

Giannis Themelis

Key Factors of Variation in Greek Vowel Realization

10.15

Semra Özdemir

An OT-DM Approach to N+N Compounds and Possessive Constructions in Turkish

Marek Radomski

The Pronounceability of Polish CC Consonant Clusters by Native Speakers of English – the Role of Sonority

11.00

BREAK

11.30

Ewa Willim and Anna Bondaruk

On Burzio's Generalization and Unexpected Accusatives: Evidence from Polish Experiencer Constructions

Filiz Mutlu

You Have a Neat Theory, Then [l] Turns Up

12.15

Irine Burukina

Antipassive: a View from Nominalization

Katalin Balogné Bérces and Anett Réka Garami

Monopositional Syllabic Consonants: Evidence from Slovene and English

13.00

LUNCH

14.00

PLENARY: Pilar Barbosa        Nonfinite Subjects Revisited

15.00

POSTERS  

16.00

Pavel Caha and Marcin Wągiel

Cardinals Across Languages: Deriving Form and Meaning of Two Types of Numerals

Kryzzya Gomez

Overt vs. Null Subjects in Nonfinite Constructions of Colombian Spanish

16.45

BREAK

17.15

Anikó Csirmaz and Benjamin Slade

The Visibility Parameter Reconsidered

Marcin Wągiel

Partitives, Numerals and a Unified Part-Whole Structure

18.00 Cheese and Wine Reception

Posters:
Junya Morita An Analysis of Deverbal Adjectivization in the Framework of Distributed Morphology
Emrah Görgülü Negative sensitive elements in Turkish: negative polarity or negative concord?
Rui-Heng Huang A Generalized Ditransitive Analysis of Split Affectivity in Mandarin Chinese
Katalin Balogne Berces and Markus A. Pöchtrager Open Sesame, or: Interactions of vowel height and length in Hungarian

Friday 7 June

 

Session 1

Session 2

9.30

Benjamin Slade and Anikó Csirmaz The Uniform Treatment of Adverbials Hypothesis Manuel Padilla Cruz Towards a Relevance-Theoretic Procedural Approach to Diminutive and Augmentative Morphemes

10.15

Ekaterina Georgieva, Martin Salzmann and Philipp Weisser Negation, Adverbial Clitics and the Insertion of a Dummy Copula: Arguments for postsyntactic verb cluster formation in Mari and Udmurt Mojmír Dočekal and Iveta Šafratová Swarms Are High Degree Predicates:  Experimental Evidence

11.00

BREAK

11.30

Ruth Lopes Not Every Stranding Verb Makes a VP Ellipsis Bettina Spreng Aspect morphology, grammatical aspect and tense: Some correlations in Inuktitut

12.15

Joseph Emonds The Cancellation Feature: (S)he Looks Like a ...., but Deep Down (S)he Isn't Hande Sevgi The Role of Syntax in Interpreting the Particle bile

13.00

LUNCH

14.00

PLENARY: Michael Brody        Some Problems with Merge

15.00   POSTERS:

16.00

Barry C.-Y. Yang Three Types of Peripheral Adjunct Wh-phrases Denoting Negation Adam Bialy Encoding Inception in the Domain of Psych-verbs in Polish

16.45

BREAK

17.15

Samantha Becerra-Zita Non-Intrinsically Negative (Scalar) Negation in Gallo Dorota Jagódzka The Source for Singular Neuter Agreement on Predicates in Polish
 
Posters:
Zsolt Prohászka, Gábor Alberti and Judit Farkas The Operator Structure of the Modal Existential Wh-Construction in Hungarian
Michaela Čakányová What Infinitival To Can(’t) Do
Ahmad Khatatneh Pseudoclefts in Jordanian Arabic
Özlem Ergelen Is There a Topic and Focus Position in the DP: Evidence from Turkish
Viktor Martinovic Hungaro-Gothica

Saturday 8 June

 

Session 1

Session 2

9.30

Nikolett Mus The Correlation of Syntactic Position and Semantic Function of Wh-Phrases in Tundra Nenets Multiple Questions Jun Abe Reviving Linking Theory in Terms of Move

10.15

Aslı Gürer Relative Clause Formation in Karachay-Balkar Imola-Agnes Farkas Aspectual Cognate Objects in Hungarian

11.00

                 BREAK  

11.30

Ágnes Langó-Tóth The Acquisition of Hungarian Recursive PPs

12.15

Khalid El Asri, Rachid Ed-Dali and Abdelhakim Boubekri The Effect of L1 on the Acquisition of English Alternating Unaccusative Structures by Moroccan Learners of English

13.00 Farewell Drink

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