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Mercredi 22 septembre 2021

Session 1 (présidence : Nabil Hathout)

14:00 : Milena Belosevic, Sabine Arndt-Lappe
Merci-Jens and Lösch-Leyen. The Semantics of Personal Name Compounds in German

14:30 : Matteo Pellegrini, Eleonora Litta, Marco Passarotti, Francesco Mambrini, Giovanni Moretti
Including the Word Formation Latin Resource in the LiLa Knowledge Base

15:00 : M. Silvia Micheli
An extensive analysis of blends in Contemporary Italian

15:30 : PAUSE

Session 2 (présidence : Florence Villoing)

16:00 : Marine Wauquier, Olivier Bonami
Social gender and derivational morphology: a distributional study of the gendered import of learned morphology in French

16:30 : Marcel Schlechtweg, Greville Corbett
When the s remains an s: Further explorations in the acoustics of the English plural suffix

17:00 : Nabil Hathout, Fiammetta Namer
Derivational paradigmatic models put to test on some non-canonical phenomena

Jeudi 23 septembre 2021

Conférence invitée

09:00 : Jenny Audring
Gestalts, impostors and semi-affixes: Boundary issues between phonology and morphology

Session 3 (présidence : Fabio Montermini)

10:00 : Borja Herce
Stress and stem allomorphy in the Romance perfectum: emergence, typology, and motivations of a symbiotic relation

10:30 : PAUSE

Session 4 (présidence : Juliette Thuilier)

11:00 : Sebastian Fedden, Matías Guzmán Naranjo, Greville Corbett
Typological richness of the German gender system revealed by data mining

11:30 : Alice Missud, Florence Villoing
What French eventive nominalizations without verbal bases tell usabout the salience of paradigmatic networks

12:00 : Natalia Bobkova, Fabio Montermini
Quantitative approaches to suffixal rivalry in denominal adjective formation in Russian

12:30 : Laurence Labrune
Featural Linking Elements

Session 5 (présidence : Berthold Crysmann)

14:00 : Tim Zingler
A diachronic approach to the formal anomalies of indexes

14:30 : Noah Diewald
Wao Terero lexical suffixes: Bridging the lexicon and discourse

15:00 : Peter Arkadiev
Between noun incorporation and “lexical affixation” in Abaza

15:30 : PAUSE

Session 6 (présidence : Gilles Boyé)

16:00 : Benjamin Macaulay
Prosody-morphology interactions in Mantauran Rukai

16:30 : Irina Burukina
Two ways to nominalize in Kaqchikel

17:00 : Berthold Crysmann
Positional competition in Murrinh-Patha by rule composition

Vendredi 24 septembre 2021

Session 7 (présidence : Richard Huyghe)

09:00 : Sabrina Piccinin, Serena Dal Maso
The contribution of morphological skills to L2 reading comprehension

09:30 : Martina Penke
Regular and irregular noun plurals in German individuals with Down syndrome

10:00 : Despina Stefanou, Madeleine Voga, Hélène Giraudo
Exploring morphological connexions within the mental lexicon: evidence from speakers from diverse educational backgrounds

10:30 : PAUSE

Session 8 (présidence : Jenny Audring)

11:00 : Maria Copot, Olivier Bonami
Spare us the surprise: the interplay of paradigmatic predictability and frequency

11:30 : Alizée Lombard, Marine Wauquier, Cécile Fabre, Nabil Hathout, Mai Ho-Dac, Richard Huyghe
Evaluating morphosemantic demotivation through experimental and distributional methods

12:00 : Gauvain Schalchli
Measuring morphological productivity from frequency lists: the Median Threshold Hypothesis

12:30 : Erich Round, Sacha Beniamine, Louise Esher
The role of attraction-repulsion dynamics in simulating the emergence of inflectional class systems

Session 9 (présidence : Olivier Bonami)

14:00 : Xavier Bach
Explaining patterns of suppletion in ordinal numerals

14:30 : Gilles Boyé
ALLER et MOURIR oddities in French conjugation: il a été au spectacle à pied, il a mouru d’ennui du début à la fin

15:00 : Livio Gaeta
At the core of morphological autonomy: inflemuctional classes as a residue, ballast, or resource?

15:30 : PAUSE

Session 10 (présidence : Livio Gaeta)

16:00 : Franck Floricic
‘Less than Zero’: the Case of (Italo-)Romance Vocatives and Imperatives

16:30 : Clemens Poppe
Lexical strata in Japanese and Korean and the notion of lexeme

17:00 : Yui Suzuki
A constructionist approach to the distinction between reduplication and repetition: A case study of Turkish

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