Programme


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Wednesday 5 October 2016
18.00             Registration

19.00  

Welcoming reception at the hotel, with drinks, nibbles and entertainment


 

Thursday 6 October 2016

8.00-8.45   

Registration

8.45-9.00   

Welcome


9.00-10.00  

Room 1
Andrea Moro, Institute for Advanced Studies, Pavia
”Syntax meets the brain: on the where and the what problem”

10.00-10.30

COFFEE BREAK


10.30-11.00  

Room 2

Bror Strand
The roleplaying register of Norwegian pre-school and early schoool children

Room 3

Carlos Cuello
Grammaticalization involving vocatives: the case of Spanish "hombre"

11.00-11.30  

Camilla Foyn
The influence of intonation on Norwegian children's pronoun resolution

Jade Jørgen Sandstedt
The typology of Old Norwegian Vowel Transparency

11.30-12.00  

Friederike Voss
Influence of depicted actions and information structure on pronoun resolution in German children

Anna Inbar
Meaning of Hebrew vɛ ‘and’: Evidence from Asyndetic Clause Linkage
 

12.00-13.00

LUNCH

13.15-14.30

Room 1: Poster session


14.30-15.00  

Room 2

Natalia Kolaczek
Indirect anaphors and implicit definiteness in Second Language Acquisition of Swedish

Room 3

Eline Visser
Scratching the surface: discoveries of a first field trip
 

15.00-15.30  

Nicole Busby
How does the use of English language teaching resources in Norwegian universities affect students?

Alla Kharina
Realia in Contemporary Russian-Norwegian and Russian-English Literary Translations

15.30-16.00  

Anders Agebjörn
Form and Function of the Double Definiteness: A Pilot Study of the L2 English Influence on Chinese Learners' L3 Swedish

Espen Landgraff Utne
Leprosy, prostitution and the significance of the tip; a relevance-theoretic account of puns

16.00-16.15

COFFEE BREAK

16.15-17.15  

Room 1
Penelope Eckert, Stanford University
"Proposition and performance: the meaning of variation"

18.30  

Departure from hotel to dinner venue (short walk)

19.00  

Dinner at Rockheim

 

Friday 7 October 2016

9.00-10.00  

Room 1
Collin Phillips, University of Maryland
”Speaking, Understanding, and Linguistic Architecture”

10.00-10.30  

COFFEE BREAK


10.30-11.00  

Room 2

Hjalmar Eiksund
One language – two competencies
 

Room 3

Marta Velnic
An analysis of the influence of animacy, givenness, and focus in Croatian ditransitives

11.00-11.30  

Monica Sætermo
Linguistic strategies and adaptations in Norwegian immigrant families

Christiane Müller
Adjunct Islands in Swedish
 

11.30-12.00  

Ragni Vik Johnsen
Adolescents in multilingual families: a generational linguistic gap?

Lama Mando
Root Mixing in Syrian Arabic
 

12.00-13.00  

LUNCH


13.00-14.00  

Room 1
Robyn Carston, University College London
“Underspecified Word Meaning, Pragmatics and the Lexicon”


14.00-14.30  

Room 2

Linda Eriksson
The Effectiveness of Modified Inductive Versus Deductive Teaching

Room 3

Kristina Svensen
The structure of deverbal adjectives in Spanish: a Nanosyntactic approach

14.30-15.00  

Fiyinfolu Idowu
Pronunciation Intelligibility of Nigerian Speakers of English

Kristin Brodahl
The syntax and semantics of the German present participial construction

15.00-15.30 

COFFEE BREAK

15.30-16.30 

Room 1
Line Mikkelsen, University of California, Berkeley
”Structure, Architecture, and Blocking: Definiteness marking in Danish”

16.30-17.30 

Room 1: Career panel: Q&A with invited guests

17.30  

Room 1: Closing remarks

Thank you for participating!

 

Poster presenters

Maria Antonina Obojska - Languages, Social Media and Polish Teenagers in Norway

Elena Galkina - Acquisition of differential marking of animate and inanimate objects in Russian by monolingual child of early age

Marta Velnic - Acquisition of ditransitive structures in Croatian child language

Katarzyna Jankowiak & Paulina Leska - The role of language proficiency in the processing of small clauses in the bilingual context

Desalegn Workneh - Computational Memory?

Chandrika Baruah - Language Mixing in Assamese

Nazuki Kobayashi - Can Norwegians be as polite as the Japanese?

Francis Badiang Oloko - Global warming in the Cameroonian political discourse: a polyphonic analysis

Andreas Norli - Investigating the use of the bare singular noun tied to classifying nouns in modern day Norwegian

Sandra Ronai - Making sense of the Romanian verbal system: a ‘LEGO© pieces’ approach

Jonas Iversen - Multilingual Perspectives on English Teaching

Christian Manga - The political status of the points of view indicated by the French connective “mais” in the campaign speech of Paul Biya, President of Cameroon

Gloria Uclés Ramada - Phatic markers and their mitigating value. A cross-generic study in Spanish from Spain and Spanish from Mexico

Anne Myklestad - A study of subject-verb concord in 18th-century Ulster

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