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Areal Convergence in Eastern Central European Languages and Beyond

Program

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Wednesday, 27th September 2017
 

10:00 - 11:00
Invited talk:
Does verb valency pattern areally in Central Europe?

Jerzy Gaszewski


11:00–11:30
Coffee break
 

11:30–12:15
R Infinitival transparency in Czech and Hungarian
Katalin Jankó
 

12:15-13:00
Propositional proforms in German and Hungarian
Mátyás Lagos
 

13:00– 14:30
Lunch
 

14:30–15:15
Linguistic areas in Central Eastern Europe as the result of pluridimen-sional, polycentric convergence phenomena
Stefan Newerkla
 

15:15–16:00
Comparison of Central European Languages: Overviewing and Broadening the Horizons
Jiří Januška
 

16:00–16:30
Break
 

16:30–17:15
Language myths and (nothing?) beyond. Perspectives on language contact of German in Austria with Slavic languages
Agnes Kim
 

17:15–18:00
Burgenland - Croatian as a contact language
Luka Szucsich

 

Thursday, 28th September 2017


9:30–10:30
Invited talk
BELONG – Constructions in Europe (and beyond): distribution, contact, and areality
Thomas Stolz

10:30–11:00
Coffee break
 

11:00–11:45
Light verbs constructions
Karolína Vyskočilová


11:00 – 11:45
Variation in the acquisition of verbs by bilinguals (Russian-German)
Viktoria Naukhatskia & Anna Tetereva

11:45-14.00    
Lunch

14:00–15:00
Invited talk
Some remarks on the development of Czech modality in contact with German

František Martínek

15:00–15:45
Methodological Challenges in Diachronic Contact Linguistics
Ivan Šimko

15:45–16:15
Break

16:15–17:00
The interpretation of tag questions - a contrastive study
Cecília Sarolta Molnár

17:30 – 17.45
Bias in polar questions in the languages of Eastern Central Europe
Beáta Gyuris


19.00 
Dinner

 

Friday, 29th September 2017


9:00–10:00
Invited talk

Hungarismen im Gemeindeutschen, österreichischen Deutsch, ostösterreichischen Dialekt und Slawischen
Tamás Tölgyesi


10:00–10:30
Coffee break

10:30–11:15
Put Verbs in Light Verb Constructions in Czech, Polish and German
Maria Schinko
Variation in case government of cognitive verbs: the equivalents of 'to forget' in Eastern Central Euro-pean Languages
Sebastian Scharf (Agnes Kim)

11:15 – 12.00
The frustrative construction in Czech and Slovak
Uliana Yazhinova & Martina Rybová


12.00 – 12.15
Closing words and farewell

 

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