Preliminary program

ARBEITSGRUPPE / WORKSHOP [Nr. 3]:
Coexistence, competition, and change: Perspectives on structural borrowing and the dynamics of asymmetric language contact 
Raum / Room: tba, Seminargebäude
Organizers
Hiwa Asadpour (Tokyo & Frankfurt a.M.), Carolina Plaza-Pust (Frankfurt a.M.) & Manfred Sailer (Frankfurt a.M.)
Preliminary program
Mittwoch / Wednesday, 08.03.2023
13:45-14:15Hiwa Asadpour (Tokyo & Frankfurt a.M.), Carolina Plaza-Pust (Frankfurt a.M.) & Manfred Sailer (Frankfurt a.M.) 
Coexistence, competition, and change: Perspectives on structural borrowing and the dynamics of asymmetric language contact 
14:15-15:15Victoria Nyst (Leiden) Invited speaker
Cross-modal contact and its impact on sign language typology
15:15-15:45Jesús Olguín Martínez (Santa Barbara) 
Who passed it to whom? Exploring the areality of temporal adverbial clauses
15:45-16:30PAUSE / BREAK
16:30-17:00Olena Andrushenko (Augsburg & Kyiv)
Dynamics of focusing particularizers in English: Just the interplay of internal and external factors
17:00-17:30Malte Rosemeyer (Berlin) & Andrés Enrique-Arias (Palma de Mallorca) 
Deontic and epistemic verbal periphrases in spoken Continental and Insular Balearic Spanish
17:30-18:00Dominika Skrzypek (Poznań), Marta Woźnicka (Poznań) & Alicja Piotrowska (Poznań)
The borrowed auxiliary: On the periphrastic passive in Danish and Swedish
Donnerstag / Thursday, 09.03.2023
09:00-10:00Heike Wiese (Berlin) Invited speaker
The role of registers in the dynamics of language contact
10:00-10:30Kateryna Iefremenko (Potsdam), Cem Keskin (Potsdam) &  Christoph Schroeder (Potsdam)
The post-predicate position in Turkish in language contact situations: Resistant to change?
10:30-11:15PAUSE / BREAK
11:15-11:45Maria Martynova (Berlin), Onur Özsoy (Berlin), Vasiliki Rizou (Berlin), Natalia Gagarina (Berlin), Artemis Alexiadou (Berlin) & Luka Szucsich (Berlin)
Pro-drop realization in heritage Greek, Russian and Turkish is modulated by typological differences
11:45-12:45Posters session 

Nino Amiridze (Tbilisi)
NOM-marked nouns as address forms in Georgian: Interplay of internal and external changes

Alexandre Arkhipov (Hamburg) & Natalia Stoynova (Hamburg) 
In search of contact-induced patterns in the Russian speech of the Evenki: Analyzing fieldnotes from the 1910s

Hiwa Asadpour (Tokyo & Frankfurt a.M.), Soudabeh Eslami (Zanjan), Mansoureh Delaramifar (Sistan & Baluchestan) & Masoumeh Zarei (Tehran)
Contact-induced change and passivization in low-resourced languages of Iran

Felicia Bisnath(Ann Arbor)
Forms of multimodal language contact: Mouthing constructions across signed languages

Jessica Kantarovich (Chicago)
Variation vs. change: Language variation on the eve of language shift

Roohollah Mofidi (Qazvin) & Hiwa Asadpour (Tokyo & Frankfurt a.M.)
Contact-induced change and structural variation in the passive constructions of Nayini

Manfred Sailer (Frankfurt a.M.) & Nicolas Lamoure (Frankfurt a.M.)
Superlative “ever”: A cross-linguistic lexically anchored structural borrowing
12:45-13:45MITTAGSPAUSE / LUNCH BREAK
13:45-14:15Joanna Wójcicka (Warsaw) & Anna Kuder (Köln)
Language Contact between PJM and Spoken Polish: A corpus-based study
14.15-14.45Maia Duguine (Bayonne) & Aritz Irurtzun (Bayonne)
The apparent paradox of bare nouns in Basque-French contact
Freitag / Friday, 10.03.2023
11:45-12:15Sophia Eakins (Ann Arbor)
A multi-disciplinary approach to conversational codeswitching: Cabo Verdean bilinguals in interaction
12:15-12:45Hiwa Asadpour(Tokyo & Frankfurt a.M.)
Flagging-drop typology and contact-induced change
12:45-13:15Natalia Stoynova (Hamburg)
Variation in argument encoding under asymmetric language contact: Evidence from Southern Tungusic and the variety of Russian used by their speakers
13:15-13:45Serpil Karabüklü (West Lafayette)
LAZIM in TİD: Lexical borrowing comes with the structure
13:45-14:15Hiwa Asadpour (Tokyo & Frankfurt a.M.), Carolina Plaza-Pust (Frankfurt a.M.) & Manfred Sailer (Frankfurt a.M.)
Final discussion