SEMANTICS OF DERIVATIONAL MORPHOLOGY

Program and Abstracts


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Venue: Campus, Room 23.21.00.44b (Forschungszentrum)

Day 1, 30.06.2014

Day 2, 01.07.2014

9:15

Opening of the conference

9:30

Rochelle Lieber
The semantics of transposition

10:05

Sándor Martsa
In quest of conversion rules

Lea Kawaletz  & Ingo Plag
Semantic predictability in derived nouns: psych verbs as bases for -ment

10:40

Barbara Hentschel
The role of unboundedness in the acceptability of nominal infinitives in Spanish: Results of an experiment on verb classes and event readings

Karen Ferret & Florence Villoing
French derived instrumentals N-age: semantics properties of the base verb

11:15

Coffe

11:40

Marion Schulte
Accounting for the semantics of derivational affixes with semantic maps

Anselm Terhalle
Structural regularities in the semantics of French deverbal nouns

12:15

Stefan Hartmann

The Semantics of German nominalizations: A diachronic perspective

Doris Schönefeld
Novel verbs and argument-structure constructions

12:50

Lunch

14:30

Angeliki Efthymiou & Georgia Fragaki
Exploring the polysemy of the Modern Greek prefix iper-

Elisabeth Gibert Sotelo & Isabel Pujol Payet
Semantic approaches to the study of derived verbs in Spanish

15:05

Marios Andreou
Modeling prefixation in lexical semantics: the case of dis- and re-

Ariel Cohen
A semantic explanation for the external argument generalization

15:40

Coffee

16:40

Veronika Mattes & Thomas Schwaiger
On the derivational nature of reduplication and its semantic properties

Ryo Tsutahara
On the similarity and difference between Spanish nominalizing suffixes -dor and -nte

17:15

Klaus Peter Schneider
“’dear mother’ - wasn't that what ‘mütterlein’ meant?” On first-order diminutive meaning

Delphine Tribout & Olivier Bonami
The polysemy of lexeme formation rules: A formal analysis

End of day 1

End of day 2

19:00

Conference dinner (Schloss Mickeln)