Friday April 13th 

9:00 - 10:00
ENTRANCE HALL
Registration

10:00 - 10:05
LIPSIUS/003
Opening
prof. dr. Maarten Kossmann (Leiden University)

10:05 - 11:00
LIPSIUS/003
Peter-Alexander Kerkhof

11:00 - 11:30
ENTRANCE HALL
Coffee & tea break

11:30 - 11:55
LIPSIUS/227
Anna Papamarkou
(Leiden University)
Grammatical gender assignment strategies in Greek-Turkish code-switching
LIPSIUS/228

Lesia Tkacz & Lenka Bajčetić 
(Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Bot or not

12:00 - 12:25
LIPSIUS/227
Annika Tjuka 
(Humboldt University Berlin)
Time and perspective in a supposedly tenseless language
LIPSIUS/228
Giulia Mazzola 
(Leiden University)
‘Mij’ and ‘mijn’ in Dutch: a corpus study of historical variation ‘from below’
12:30 - 13:15
ENTRANCE HALL
Lunch

13:15 - 13:40
LIPSIUS/227
Dr. Sima Zolfaghari
Workshop
Persian
(thanks to ATC!)
 LIPSIUS/228
Rogier te Paske 
(Leiden University)
Delabialization of labiovelars in Early Proto-Indo-European

13:45 - 14:10
LIPSIUS/227
(continued)
Dr. Sima Zolfaghari
Workshop
Persian
 LIPSIUS/228
Luana Sorgini
(Utrecht University)

Differential Object Marking in a microcontact perspective
14:15 - 15:15
CAFÉ NOORD
Coffee & tea break + Poster presentations

 

Lesia Tkacz & Robin Sharma
(Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

Bursting the Bubble with a Needle from the Haystack
 

 

Tamar Akan (Ankara University)

Post-verbal constituents and quantifier scope in Turkish
 

15:15 - 15:40
 LIPSIUS/227


 LIPSIUS/228
Luuk Suurmeijer (Leiden University)
Reason-what questions and their relation to exclamatives in Dutch

15:45 - 16:10
LIPSIUS/227
Lianne Vink 
(University of Amsterdam)

Linguistic features of the utterances of two congenitally deafblind children

LIPSIUS/228
 Anna Ivanovna Gupta
(Leiden University)

The preference of Dutch monolingual infants for Infant-Directed Speech over Adult-Directed Speech

16:15 - 17:15
LIPSIUS/003
Dr. Emmanuel Keuleers

17:30 - 18:30
Walk through Leiden!

 18:30
 Conference dinner

   
 

 

Saturday April 14th

9:00 - 10:00
ENTRANCE HALL


Registration



10:00 - 11:00
LIPSIUS/003
Dr. Jenny Audring

11:00 - 11:30
ENTRANCE HALL
Coffee & tea break

11:30 - 11:55
LIPSIUS/147

 Wouter Kreuze
(Leiden University)

Italy and the Italians

LIPSIUS/148

Stefana Garello 
(University of Palermo)
Beyond Relevance Theory

12:00 - 12:25
LIPSIUS/147
Nargess Asghari 
(Leiden University)
Evaluating the Representativity of the Iranian Sign Language Dictionary
LIPSIUS/148
Daniel North 
(University of Edinburgh)
Valency in Morphological Constructions

12:30 - 13:15
ENTRANCE HALL
Lunch

13:15 - 13:40
LIPSIUS/147
Eunju Kim
Workshop
Korean
(thanks to ATC!)
 LIPSIUS/148
Kate Rothwell 
(University of Zurich)
What’s the Story with Saoirse Ronan’s Accent? Reasons for Keeping it Local
13:45 - 14:10
LIPSIUS/147 
(continued)
Eunju Kim
Workshop
Korean
 LIPSIUS/148
Naomi Nota
(Leiden University)

Effect of bilingualism on reading

14:15 - 15:15
ENTRANCE HALL
Coffee & tea break + Poster presentations

 
Joanna Wall (Utrecht University)

HAVE-doubling in Early Modern Dutch
 
 Marta Królikowska & Emma Bierings (Leiden University)
Gender-agreement strategies within the code-switched nominal domain
 
Jonathan Pesetsky and Saul Fernandez Gonzalez
(University of Amsterdam)

Suppose Epistemic Contradictions Might Not Be Contradictions
 
Manon Willems (Leiden University)

The English Receptive Vocabulary Knowledge of Flemish Secondary School Children prior to Formal Instruction
15:15 - 15:40
 LIPSIUS/147
Emma Bierings 
(Leiden University)
Code-switching Patterns within the Nominal Domain
 LIPSIUS/148
Clemens Mayer 
(Leiden University)
Evidentiality in the Papua New Guinea Highlands region
 
15:45 - 16:10
LIPSIUS/147
Eric Shek
(Leiden University)

Synthesis of tracheoesophageal speech from laryngeal speech

LIPSIUS/148
Jorik Groen
(Leiden University)

Aramaic ‘to go’: HWK or HLK?:
an epic battle of historical linguistics
16:15 - 17:15
LIPSIUS/003
Dr. Simanique Moody

 17:15



Goodbye drinks