Department of General Linguistics Research & Events
General Linguistics » Events » VCK » Programme

VCK

Programme


Thursday, 29th August

10:00–11:00 OK8/02.04 Paul Noorlander
Leiden University, Netherlands
Kurdish and Eastern Neo-Aramaic in contact: Reviewing possible contact phenomena
11:00–11:30 OK8/02.04 Eleanor Coghill & Paul Noorlander
University of Constance & Leiden University
Discussion: Aramaic-Kurdish contact influence
11:30–12:00 coffee break
12:00–13:00 OK8/02.04 Geoffrey Haig
University of Bamberg
Object drop in Kurdish: Do pronominal clitics make a difference?
13:00–14:30 lunch break
14:30–15:30 OK8/02.04 Zaniar Naghshbandi
Bu-Ali University, Hamedan, Iran
Argument strength and differential case marking: Some evidence from Hawrami
15:30–16:30 OK8/02.04 Songül Gündoğdu
University of Boğaziçi, Turkey
The vP domain in Kurmanji: Argument-adjunct distinction
16:30–17:00 coffee break
17:00–18:00 OK8/02.04 Lokman Turgut
University of Erfurt
Oral literature, its future perspectives and its role as reference for vocabulary change in Kurmanji

Friday, 30th August

09:00–10:00 OK8/02.04 Thomas Jügel
Frankfurt University
The chronology of grammatical changes in Kurdish
10:00–11:00 OK8/02.04 Ergin Öpengin
LACITO-CNRS, Paris III, France / University of Bamberg
Clitic person markers across Kurdish: Functions, placement and alignment
11:00–11:30 coffee break
11:30–12:30 OK8/02.04 Christoph Unger
University of Mainz
Behdînî Kurdish modal particles and da, procedural semantics and language variation
12:30–14:00 lunch break
14:00–15:00 OK8/02.04 M. Şerif Derince
Mimar Sinan University, Istanbul, Turkey
Evaluating the recent developments in Turkey's language policy: Change or continuation?
16:00 Discussion and cooperation plans