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Sec. Day No. Participant(s) Title
Gen.D5025Olguín-Martínez, JesúsThe areality of the consecutive pattern in Mesoamerican languages
Gen.D2029Fonteyn, Lauren;
Karsdorp, Folgert;
Manjavacas, Enrique
From ecological to lexical diversity: measuring vocabulary richness in historical corpora
Gen.D5030Salaberri, IkerTowards an account of the emergence, evolution and variability of emphatic negative coordination in Indo-European, part 2: A diachronic perspective
Gen.D1031Shamseddinov, Abdurahman;
Authier, Gilles
Contact-driven grammaticalization and drift of new terminal tenses from go-periphrasis in Azeri and Kryz (East Caucasian)
Gen.D2032Bonmann, Svenja;
Hill, Eugen;
Korobzow, Natalie;
Fries, Simon;
Günther, Laura
Towards a New Reconstruction of the Proto-Yeniseian Sound System
Gen.D5035Schützler, OleThird-person verb inflection in Shakespeare’s dramatic texts
Gen.D4036Poletto, Cecilia;
Larrivèe, Pierre;
Pinzin, Francesco;
Goux, Mathieu
Learning how to count – a treebank analysis of V2 word order in two Medieval Romance languages through time
Gen.D1037Persohn, BastianWhen ‘still’ comes to signal a near past
Gen.D3038Pan, Taoille ego and Recognitional Use of Demonstratives
Gen.D5039Long, HaipingSeparate clause source and initial-to-medial pathway: Formation of Chinese epistemic adverbial and sentence connective chéngrán
Gen.D5040Bronikowska, RenataMiddle Polish adverb-like predicates ending in -a compared to other adverbial and adjectival predicates – corpus-based approach
Gen.D5041van Dam, Kellen Parker Internal subgrouping of Northern Naga based on Bayesian phylogenetic analysis
Gen.D1043Maiden, MartinA morphological freeloader: Ibero-Romance caber
Gen.D5048Rodríguez-Somolinos, AmaliaFrom inference to hearsay: the development of the French parentheticals à ce qu’il paraît, comme il paraît, il paraît, paraît-il
Gen.D4050Rosenkvist, HenrikStructural ambiguity and reanalysis – the case of Swedish fortsatt
Gen.D2051Kisiel, Anna;
Sobotka, Piotr
The functional interpretation of semantic and syntactic shifts in the domain of North Slavic “conversive” preposition-pronominal constructions
Gen.D1052Börjars, Kersti;
Vincent, Nigel
Auxiliary, light or lexical: the history of GO verbs
Gen.D1055Mofidi, RoohollahCompetition in the aspect-mood domain: The standardization of a diachronic data set of New Persian
Gen.D2056Huang, YangThe Expression of Negation in Sabde Minyag
Gen.D2057Hualde, José IgnacioThe diachrony of Basque accentuation: comparative method and internal reconstruction
Gen.D1058Manterola, Julen;
Céline, Mounole;
Hualde, José Ignacio
The history of the Basque pronoun zuek ‘you.all’ in relation to similar Romance developments
Gen.D1059Conradie, JacThe Afrikaans auxiliary het 'have' from clitic to desinence
Gen.D1061Aldridge, EdithReconstructing Proto-Austronesian Interrogative Pronouns
Gen.D3063Currie, OliverThe emergence of a Welsh biblical literary standard and the evidence of early modern manuscript sermons
Gen.D2065Idiatov, DmitryVowel reduction to /i/ in functional morphemes in Northern Sub-Saharan Africa
Gen.D2066Ongenae, TimTowards a Diachronic Account of P-lability in Latin: The Semantic Extension of the Active Intransitive as an Anticausative Strategy in Latin
Gen.D1067Hamans, CamielA revolution in the history of affix-formation
Gen.D1068Dedvukaj, LindonReanalyzing the Historical Constructions of Albanian Prepositions
Gen.D5069Pacchiarotti, Sara;
Chousou-Polydouri, Natalia;
Donzo, Jean-Pierre;
Kouarata, Guy;
Maselli, Lorenzo;
Bostoen, Koen
Uncovering lost paths in the Congo rainforest: A new, comprehensive phylogeny of West-Coastal and Central-Western Bantu
Gen.D2070Šefčík, OndřejBartholomae’s law revisited and remodelled
Gen.D2072Bru, Mathilde‘So wrong that not even Menander uses it!’: the Atticist lexicographers on the Ancient Greek dialects
Gen.D3073Munteanu, AndreiAutomating Comparative Reconstructions: Case Study in Austronesian and Ongan
Gen.D3074Mirelman, SamTranslation as Royal Legitimation: The Concepts of “Source” and “Target” Language in Sumerian-Akkadian Royal Inscriptions from the Old Babylonian Period (2000–1600 BC)
Gen.D3075Bogdanowska-Jakubowska, Ewa;
Bogdanowska, Nika
Changes in the Polish address practices after the Second World War
Gen.D2077Västerdal, IdaA case of Verschärfung in the Swedish dialect from Stora Rågö in Estonia
Gen.D4078Wolfe, SamParallel Phases in the History of French
Gen.D3079Roth, KerstinRhetoric, stylistic and argumentative strategies of German language female authors in the 17th century
Gen.D3080Bloom, BartheEarly New High German preposed adverbial clauses: integration and discourse functions
Gen.D4084Jensen, Eva Skafte;
Schack, Jørgen
Adverbs ending in -(l)ig ‘-ly’ and -(l)igt ‘-ly’ in Danish
Gen.D1086Alfieri, Luca;
Pozza, Marianna
Adjectival typology in four ancient Indo-European languages
Gen.D1088Saiz Sánchez, MartaThe periodization of the Pre-Classical French through the study of nennil and non in grammars, remarks and treatises (15th–17th centuries)
Gen.D5089Kayenbergh, Juliette;
De Smet, Hendrik
Just a bystander? Semantic change in the English simple tenses
Gen.D3090Westergaard, Lennart;
Boye, Kasper
On semantic change in grammaticalization: Why it is never metaphoric
Gen.D4091Gobena, WakweyaPredicative possession in the languages of the Ethiopian area
Gen.D5092Westergaard, LennartThe long and winding road of the Danish evidential vel – from epistemic modality via concessivity to evidentiality
Gen.D3093Boye, KasperGrammaticalization as conventionalization of discursively secondary status: Isolating what is unique to grammaticalization, and deconstructing the lexical-grammatical continuum
Gen.D2094Huback, Ana Paula;
Fontes Martins, Raquel Márcia
R Deletion in Brazilian Portuguese: Diachronic and Synchronic Evidence for Lexical Diffusion
Gen.D2096Shcherbakova, Olena;
Evers, Stephanie;
Gray, Russell;
Greenhill, Simon
Diachronic pathways of definite articles distribution
Gen.D2097Chankova, YanaAs Syntax Interfaces with Information Structure: Old Icelandic Non-Canonical Scrambled Orders
Gen.D2098Friedman, VictorObscenity as a Window into Slavic Linguistic History
Gen.D4099Mendoza, Imke;
Sonnenhauser, Barbara;
Wiemer, Björn
Anchoring patterns in emerging complement clauses in Slavic
Gen.D4100Inglese, Guglielmo;
Cornillie, Bert;
Ferrarotti, Lorenzo;
Goria, Eugenio;
Mazzola, Giulia
The anticausative alternation in Italian and Spanish: a historical corpus-based perspective
Gen.D3102Ricquier, Birgit;
Demolin, Didier
The Chronicle of Lingbe, an Extinct Bantu Language of East Congo
Gen.D3103Schäfer, LeaDramatic texts as a source of stigmatization from below
Gen.D2104Bossuyt, Tom;
Daveloose, Eline
Divergence and contact in Cappadocian concessive conditionals
Gen.D4105Esher, LouiseGascon u-perfects and the analogical foregrounding of inflectional class
Gen.D5108Iezzi, LucaThe role of French in the Johnsons’ correspondence
Gen.D3109Salvesen, Christine MeklenborgTracing the origins of resumption in Swedish
Gen.D1111Visser, LourensAdverbs of degree from Old to Early New High German
Gen.D4112Brunner, ThomasThe ordering of matrix clauses and subordinate causal clauses in the Old Bailey Corpus 1720–1913
Gen.D1113Feltgen, QuentinThe shape of grammaticalization: matching the bridging context scenario with patterns of frequency use
Gen.D2114Farina, Andrea;
Short, William Michael;
McGillivray, Barbara
WordNets and Treebanks. A study on the semantic field SEA in Latin and Ancient Greek classical prose
Gen.D2115Stratton, JamesWhere did wer go? Searching for s-curves in lexical change from Old English to Middle English
Gen.D1116Leddy-Cecere, ThomasThe PRESENTATIVE > DEMONSTRATIVE Grammaticalization Pathway in Arabic
Gen.D4118Gosemann, LauraSyntactic change and DLM in German: a corpus study
Gen.D4121de Vos, MachteldSpread the German new(s): third-person reflexive zich in 17th-century Dutch newspapers
Gen.D2122Concu, ValentinaThe use of “thank” and “to thank” in Old Saxon and Old High German
Gen.D5123Sternefeld, LeahWhat is ke and if so how many? – The Persian modal particle ke and its diachronic development
Gen.D1124Kümmel, Martin Joachim;
Kölligan, Daniel;
Wiemer, Björn
The development of future-referring constructions (in Indo-European languages)
Gen.D2125Schulte, MichaelA re-assessment of Early Runic Metrics
Gen.D2126Eyþórsson, Þórhallur;
Sigurðardóttir, Sigríður Sæunn
Micro-level conflict in the productivity of anticausativization strategies: Evidence from the history of Icelandic
Gen.D1127Coenen, PascalThe totalizing function of the Vedic particle cid
Gen.D1128Pleyer, Michael;
Neels, Jakob;
Hartmann, Stefan
The Interaction of the Cognitive and Community Level in Language Evolution: A Usage-Based Perspective
Gen.D1129Fromm, NathalieThe development of number strengthening in German declensional classes. A diachronic-dialectal corpus study
Gen.D2133Tan, Tamisha L.The Lost Cause: Inflection Class in Amarasi
Gen.D1135Janda, Richard;
Joseph, Brian
West Germanic 2.sg. -st Revisited: The Role of Supervescence
Gen.D3137Daveloose, ElineFrom de to ke: functional transfer of a topic shift marker from Turkish to Cappadocian Greek
Gen.D5138Rosemeyer, Malte;
De Pascale, Stefano;
Mazzola, Giulia
A computational approach to detect discourse traditions and register differences: a case study on historical French
Gen.D2142Voigtmann, SophiaWhere do all the NPs go? – A corpus linguistic study on NP extraposition in German scientific writing from 1650 to 1900
Gen.D2143Tikhonov, Aleksej;
Meyer, Roland;
Razguliaeva, Mariia;
Funk, Ekaterina
Pronoun history and infromation structure in 18th century non-religious Russian texts
Gen.D2144Jonjić, Darja;
Guzmán Naranjo, Matías;
Wichmann, Søren
Isoglosses and distributions of features – Analyses of the Dialectological Atlas of the Russian Language
Gen.D5145Assenzi, LuciaHearsay in Historical German Newspapers (1740–1840)
Gen.D5146Burns, RoslynTowards Quantifying Social Behavior in Language Contact
Gen.D1147Sims-Williams, HelenRehabilitating ‘non-proportional’ analogy
Gen.D1148Espíndola Moschner, Silvina;
Rosemeyer, Malte
Aspectual uses of saber + infinitive in South American Spanish varieties: a corpus-based study
Gen.D3150Flaksman, MariaLost in translation. Onomatopoeic words in Old English glosses
Gen.D1152Ariztimuño, Borja;
Salaberri, Iker
A new perspective on the evolution of mood and negation markers in Proto-Basque
Gen.D2153Chen, ZhaoyangVerified Computational Rule-based Historical Phonology in Standard ML and Isabelle/HOL
Gen.D3154di Bartolo, GiuseppinaWhere and How? Request verb constructions in Ancient Greek
Gen.D2157Hofmann, KlausEvolving rhythms: A quantitative assessment of rhythmic alternation in the history of English
Gen.D2158Pierce, MarcThe History of /pf/ in New Braunfels German: Another Case of Rule Inversion?
Gen.D5164Zeng, XiuweiDitransitive GIVE-construction in three Hainan Min-Chinese: Interaction between inherited structures and contact-induced changes
Gen.D1165Tresoldi, Tiago;
de Carvalho, Fernando Orphão;
Ferraz Gerardi, Fabrício;
de Souza Barreto, Bruno
A Phylogenetic Study of the Cariban Family: Combining Linguistic and Archaeological Data
Gen.D5166Pache, MatthiasEvidence for a Chibcha-Jê connection
Gen.D3167Markopoulos, TheodoreEpistemic modality out of 'playfulness': Modern Greek pezi
Gen.D5168Franco, KarlienExplaining the speed of lexical change in historical Dutch
Gen.D2169Rahman, Syed Shahrier;
Banerjee, Mithun
The diachronic study of Bangla case marking system
Gen.D4170Reetz, MalikaGerman V2-Argument Clauses from a Diachronic Perspective
Gen.D4171Dücker, LisaSemantic factors influencing the change in position of German adnominal genitives in the 17th to 19th centuries
Gen.D4173Cennamo, MichelaExistential HAVE in Late Latin: insights on its diachrony in the passage to Romance
Gen.D5174Nieder, Jessica;
Tomaschek, Fabian
Classifying the origin of Maltese nouns – A cross-language approach employing phonotactics
Gen.D2175Dömötör, AdrienneFrom direct quotation to a chain of extended quotations: the history of Hungarian úgymond ’so to speak’
Gen.D2176Torres-Latorre, AinaSynthetic or analytical: factors which explain the formal variation of future and conditional in Old Catalan
Gen.D5178Billing, Oscar;
Elgh, Erik
Computational Anatolian phylogeny using maximum parsimony
Gen.D2180Darling, Mark;
Meelen, Marieke;
Willis, David
The Diachrony of Person-Number Marking of Subjects in Celtic
Gen.D2181Reinöhl, Uta;
Culhane, Kirsten;
Peck, Naomi;
Bouaziz, Wifek
The loss of word-initial consonants in Kera’a – A challenge for phonological theory
Gen.D5183Elter, W. JulianeAnglo-Scandinavian Contact Influence on Verbs Entering the Causative Alternation
Gen.D1184Mailhammer, Robert;
Harvey, Mark
The Comparative Method on a shoestring: Evaluating chance vs inheritance with a limited database
Gen.D1186Kaye, Steven;
Maisak, Timur
‘Old presents’ and the layered history of the Andi verb
Gen.D2187Meyer, RobinQuasi-Suffixaufnahme in Classical Armenian
Gen.D2188Honeybone, PatrickCan fortis stops spirantise without aspiration?
Gen.D2189Pronk, TijmenTonogenesis in Baltic and Slavic languages
Gen.D5190Reinöhl, Uta;
Ellison, T. Mark
Metaphor, Overtness and Word Order Routinization
Gen.D5191Bauer, Brigitte L. M.Complexity in counting systems: early systems vs. modern numerical ones
Gen.D5192Mous, MaartenThe classification of South Cushitic
Gen.D2194Egedi, BarbaraDemonstrative modifiers in Middle Hungarian: a complex picture of renewal
Gen.D2196Round, Erich;
Beniamine, Sacha;
Esher, Louise
The natural stability of ‘unnatural’ morphology
Gen.D2197Kozhanov, KirillDiachronic stability of case functions: oblique in Romani dialects
Gen.D3198Lindgren, Freja;
Tresoldi, Tiago
The Charition Mime: Decoding the “Indian Language” through Typology and Entropy
Gen.D5199Herce, Borja;
Cathcart, Chundra
Stem shortening in Romance verbs: the 'S morphome' at the intersection of token frequency and paradigmatic structure
Gen.D5200Hirvonen, JohannesContact-induced change of Negative Indefinites – the case of Meadow Mari
Gen.D1203Björnsdóttir, Sigríður;
Gotthard, Lisa;
Riegger, Chiara;
Walkden, George
The rise of raising in Early Modern English
Gen.D1206Petré, PeterConservative pressure on the progressive: the passival
Gen.D5207Sapp, Christopher;
Sprouse, Rex;
Evans, Elliott
Another look at Noun-Genitive vs. Genitive-Noun in Early New High German
Gen.D1208Cluyse, Brian;
Somers, Joren;
Barðdal, Jóhanna
Latin placēre as an alternating Dat-Nom/Nom-Dat verb: A radically new analysis
Gen.D1211Meisterernst, BarbaraThe diachronic development of future markers in Chinese
Gen.D2212Russell, KerriProperties of Complex Compounds in Old Japanese
Gen.D1213Elens, Wannes;
Somers, Joren;
Barðdal, Jóhanna
The Alternating Behavior of ‘Like’ in Old Norse-Icelandic: Facts or Fiction
Gen.D1214Gotthard, LisaThe rise of do-support during Scots anglicisation: Insights from the Parsed Corpus of Scottish Correspondence
Gen.D5215Hernáiz, RodrigoExploring language variation and change in the distant past
Gen.D1217Olivier, MarcWhen change fails: evidence from French
Gen.D4219Ebert, Christian;
Cathcart, Chundra;
Bickel, Balthasar;
Widmer, Paul
Usage-based evolutionary models reveal context-specific word order change in Indo-European
Gen.D2220Sigurðardóttir, Sigríður SæunnFrom complex to simple prepositions in Icelandic: The case of á bak við to bakvið ‘behind’
Gen.D2221Wichers Schreur, JesseDifferential Place Marking and the reconstruction of the Proto-Nakh system of spatial cases
Gen.D4222Gisborne, Nikolas;
Truswell, Robert
Contact and the origins of headed wh-relatives in Hungarian
Gen.D2225Lionnet, FlorianAreal alignment and the loss of ATR harmony in Riverine Bua languages (Chad)
Gen.D4227Gibson, Hannah;
Hamad, Yussuf;
Marten, Lutz;
Poeta, Teresa;
Taji, Julius
Morphosyntactic variation in Swahili: Tracing descriptions past and present
Gen.D1228Gugán, KatalinOutliers in variation and change: atypical users of the variants of negation in Old and Middle Hungarian
Gen.D5230Brown, Braden;
Grollemund, Rebecca
Towards a new classification of Western Bantu languages using non-lexical data
Gen.D5232Gunnink, Hilde;
Bostoen, Koen;
Chousou-Polydouri, Natalia
An evolutionary loner in Southern African Bantu: The classification of Yeyi
Gen.D4233McCarley, GemmaDiachronic Null Subject Use across Latin American Spanish: Comparing Corpora
Gen.D1234Gfeller, KimPersistence and Change of Colexifications in Indo-European
Gen.D2235Strauss, SilvieParadigmatic redundancy in the complement system of Basque
Gen.D3236Potochnik, ThomasDoing Conversation Analysis in Latin: The Case of Hedging
Gen.D5237Capano, MartaIt Ain't Over till It's Over. Bilingualism and language decay in Sicilian inscriptions
Gen.D4238Holopainen, SampsaThe emergence of word-initial voiced stops in Proto-Hungarian
Gen.D3239Halfmann, Jakob;
Korobzow, Natalie
The Evolution of Spatial Orientation Systems in Mayan and Nuristani
Gen.D1240Gopal, Deepthi;
Kauhanen, Henri;
Kitching, Christopher;
Galla, Tobias;
Bermudez-Otero, Ricardo
Correlations between linguistic features are reflected in their geospatial patterning: Introducing the geo-typological Sandwich Conjecture
Gen.D3242Verkerk, Annemarie;
Gray, Russell;
Haynie, Hannah
Exploiting phylogenetic modeling to uncover directionality in the emergence of universals
Gen.D1243Juge, MatthewPeriphrastic perfects reflect the lexical semantic distinctions of their auxiliaries
Gen.D2244Auderset, SandraIs tone change more rapid and irregular than segmental change? – A Mixtec case study
Gen.D2245Dockum, Rikker;
Lu, Ark Qiyou
Beyond the paradigm: Change and expansion in Thai pronominal reference
Gen.D3247Gelumbeckaitė, Jolanta;
Eide, Øyvind;
Drach, Mortimer;
Chiarcos, Christian;
Ionov, Max
The Postil Time Machine: “God help those who have begun writing down these books in Lithuanian”
Gen.D2248Ritt, Nikolaus;
Hofmann, Klaus
‘Chained to the rhythm’: Using agent-based simulation to model the evolution of stress pattern diversity in English
Gen.D4251Hakimov, NikolayFall of the jers: A multi-factorial analysis of the sound change progression in the Old Novgorodian birchbark texts
Gen.D2253Ulman, VítGenesis of the Japanese Compound Particles
Gen.D4254Igartua, IvánExploring the sources of animacy distinctions
Gen.D2255Boyeldieu, PascalTone split and tone replacement: toward the three-tone system of the ‘Western’ SBB Languages (Central Sudanic, Central Africa)
Gen.D2258Litvinova, LoraReconstructing the Kugama tone system
Gen.D4261Klævik-Pettersen, EspenVSO orders in the Egeriae and Antonini Placentini itineraria; new evidence for the evolution towards Old Romance inversion systems
Gen.D2263Santamaria, AndreaThe Greek suffix -θ- and the Caland System
Gen.D5264Cattafi, EleonoraContinuative relative clauses in Greek documentary papyri
Gen.D1265Mounole, Céline;
Manterola, Julen
From distal demonstrative to resultative marker (through definite article): evidence from Basque
Gen.D5266Das, PatrickAreality through Migration: Investigating the Structure of Numeral Classifiers in the Eastern Himalayan Region Reveals Historic Contact Events
Gen.D2267Serangeli, MatildeRumpled chicken come home to roost. From [TO CARD – IMPURITY] to [TO PURIFY/HEAL (someone) – from DISEASE]. Evidence from Anatolian, Ancient Greek, and Old Indic
Gen.D2268Rapold, ChristianSecondary lateral obstruents in South Cushitic and their significance for the linguistic history of East Africa
Gen.D5269Wieczorek, AleksandraDiscontinuous noun phrases containing adjective or adjective-like modifiers in Middle Polish texts. Preliminary research conducted on an experimental dependency treebank
Gen.D1270Juge, MatthewThe dominant-recessive hypothesis does not account for overlapping suppletion
Gen.D4272Pompei, AnnaThe case of Italian seguente: an European instance of current change from verb to demonstrative?
Gen.D2273Caso, Anabelle;
Hale, Mark
Secondary predication in metrical texts: syntax-prosody mapping in ancient Indo-European languages
Gen.D4274Dockum, Rikker;
Wang, Qingyun
Quality vs. quantity: Contrast maintenance and tradeoff in Southwestern Tai vowels
Gen.D4275Pounder, AmandaMorphologization of Phonological Processes as Integration
Gen.D4278Benvenuto, Maria Carmela;
Bichlmeier, Harald
The expression of predicative possession in Avestan
Gen.D3279Dinu, Liviu P.;
Cristea, Alina Maria;
Dinu, Anca;
Georgescu, Simona;
Uban, Ana Sabina;
Zoicas, Laurentiu
Computational approaches for Romance related words discrimination
Gen.D1280Paterson, RebeccaEmergence of alternate argument alignment patterns in Northwest Kainji
Gen.D1281Tieku, Enock AppiahDrivers of Diversity in the Construal of Quantity in the World’s Languages
Gen.D4282Paterson, HughProto-Malayo-Polynesian: Some Phonetic Evidence for *l
Gen.D2283Riad, TomasHypotheses and scenarios in North Germanic tonogenesis
Gen.D5286Sitchinava, DmitriA panchronic corpus of Old East Slavic and Russian: bringing together Slavic historical and modern corpus resources
Gen.D5290Swanenvleugel, CidThe Sardinian substrate lexicon and its Mediterranean comparanda
Plen.D1PL1Kiparsky, Paul The word-order cycle
Plen.D2PL2Lahiri, AditiPhonological grammars: Pertinacious constraints on change
Plen.D3PL3Marten, LutzHistorical linguistics and ubuntu translanguaging: Towards a model of multilingualism, language change and linguistic convergence in the Bantu Linguistic Area
Plen.D3PL4Engelberg, Stefan;
Klosa-Kückelhaus, Annette;
Meyer, Peter;
Ochs, Samira;
Rüdiger, Jan Oliver;
Wolfer, Sascha
Empirical approaches to the dynamics of the lexicon – internet-based tools and research platforms at the Leibniz-Institute for the German Language
Plen.D4PL5van Kemenade, AnsWord order change, architecture and interfaces: Evidence from V2 word orders and their loss in the history of English
Plen.D4PL6Vincent, Nigel;
Walkden, George;
Fried, Mirjam;
Boye, Kasper;
Deo, Ashwini
Linguistic models (with a focus on morphosyntactic change)
Plen.D5PL7Smith, John CharlesFifty years of ICHL, 1973–2023
W01D1W01Robbeets, Martine[Workshop:] From climate change to language change
W01D1W01.1Robbeets, Martine[Introduction:] From climate change to language change
W01D1W01.2Berge, AnnePrehistoric climate changes and their effects on the development of the Eskaleut languages
W01D1W01.3Knapen, MartijnSeals and sea ice: the (possible) climatic background of Amuric influence on Ainu
W01D1W01.4Miyamoto, KazuoSpread of Proto-Japanese from Korean Peninsula to Japanese Archipelago influenced by natural environment change
W01D1W01.5Bradley, DavidClimate change and the dispersal of Proto-Tibeto-Burman
W01D1W01.6Deng, BingcongClimate change reflected in early Sino-Tibetan borrowings for crops and animals
W01D1W01.7Sidwell, PaulAustroasiatic dispersal: sea levels and estuarine environments in late Neolithic Mainland SEAsia
W01D1W01.8Heggarty, PaulLanguages, ecology and climate change: Worldwide perspectives and the test-case of the Andes
W01D1W01.9Joseph, Brian(Im)mobility, climate, and language: Towards a geoanthropology of the Balkans
W01D1W01.10Hudson, MarkRisk, resilience and the ecology of farming/language dispersals
W02D2W02Drinka, Bridget;
Nevalainen, Terttu;
Rutten, Gijsbert
[Workshop:] Macro-level social motivations for language change: Contact, migration, and globalization
W02D2W02.1Drinka, Bridget;
Nevalainen, Terttu;
Rutten, Gijsbert
[Introduction:] Macro-level social motivations for language change: Contact, migration, and globalization
W02D2W02.2Nichols, JohannaReconstructing prehistoric sociolinguistics from modern grammatical evidence
W02D2W02.3Andersen, HenningMacro-changes at the dawn of history: The Slavic Expansion
W02D2W02.4Nijs, Julie;
Van de Velde, Freek;
Cuyckens, Huybert
An information-theoretic approach to morphological and syntactic complexity in Dutch, English and German
W02D2W02.5Sobolev, Andrey N.Contact as a major Motivation for Linguistic Change in the History of Balkan Slavic
W02D2W02.6Gvozdanović, JadrankaIdeology, language choice and language change
W02D2W02.7Sowada, LenaLanguage use in Alsace from 1914 to 1919. Private texts between official legislation and individual identity construction
W02D2W02.8Enrique-Arias, AndrésPolitical influence as a factor in morphosyntactic variation: demonstratives este and aqueste in medieval Aragonese
W02D2W02.9Mesthrie, RajendMacro sociohistorical forces, contact, convergence and the development of modern linguistic areas: insights from South Africa
W02D2W02.10Salmons, JosephVerticalization and the historical sociolinguistics of language maintenance
W03D4W03Degaetano-Ortlieb, Stefania;
Fonteyn, Lauren;
Krielke, Marie-Pauline;
Teich, Elke
[Workshop:] Computational models of diachronic language change
W03D4W03.1Al-Laith, Ali;
Nielsen Degn, Kirstine;
Sandford Pedersen, Bolette;
Hershcovich, Daniel;
Bjerring-Hansen, Jens
A Diachronic Analysis of Using Sentiment Words in Scandinavian Literary Texts from 1870–1900
W03D4W03.2Jenset, Gard;
Landwehr, Isabell;
McGillivray, Barbara;
Degaetano-Ortlieb, Stefania
Computational linguistic modelling of the temporal dynamics of scientific communication: a quantitative corpus study on the journal Nature
W03D4W03.3Maurer, Maximilian;
Jenkins, Chris;
Miletic, Filip;
Schulte im Walde, Sabine
Quantifying Changes in English Noun Compound Productivity and Meaning
W03D4W03.4Marr, ClaytonA computerized investigation of Albanian diachronic phonology
W03D4W03.5Schlechtweg, DominikThe LSCD Benchmark – A testbed for diachronic word meaning tasks
W03D4W03.6Amaral, Patrícia;
Hu, Hai;
Tian, Zuoyu;
Kübler, Sandra
Model evaluation for diachronic semantics: A view from Portuguese and Spanish
W03D4W03.7Rönchen, Philipp;
Billing, Oscar;
Wiklund, Tilo
Using simulated data to evaluate models of Indo-European vocabulary evolution
W03D4W03.8Dereza, Oksana;
Fransen, Theodorus;
McCrae, John P.
Evaluating historical word embeddings: strategies, challenges and pitfalls
W04D2W04Zehentner, Eva;
De Cesare, Ilaria
[Workshop:] Ambiguity (avoidance) as a factor in language change
W04D2W04.1Smirnova, ElenaThe role of ambiguity at different stages of diachronic change
W04D2W04.2Ceuppens, Hilke;
De Smet, Hendrik
Losing one’s senses: causes of obsolescence in lexical semantics
W04D2W04.3Felser, ClaudiaStructural ambiguity in language comprehension and production
W04D2W04.4Wolfsgruber, AnneText-type specific conventions, subordinate environments and ambiguity (avoidance) in Medieval Spanish passive se-constructions
W04D2W04.5Ritt, Nikolaus;
Böhm, Irene
Sound changes tend to reduce morphotactic ambiguity
W04D2W04.6Seržant, IljaAmbiguity avoidance and DOM
W04D2W04.7Haspelmath, MartinAmbiguity avoidance vs. expectation sensitivity as functional factors inlanguage change and language structures: Beyond argument marking
W05D1W05Kölligan, Daniel;
van Beek, Lucien
[Workshop:] Conceptual metaphors in a comparative and diachronic perspective
W05D1W05.1van Beek, LucienClouds or Arrows? Conceptual Metaphors and the Etymology of Homeric Greek kertoméō ‘to mock; taunt’
W05D1W05.2Bartolotta, AnnamariaThe right-left conceptual mapping in a comparative and diachronic perspective
W05D1W05.3Ginevra, RiccardoIndo-European Poetics meets Cognitive Linguistics: an integrated approach to the comparative reconstruction of metaphoric and metonymic expressions
W05D1W05.4Pompeo, FlaviaNew meanings and old constructions: the conceptualization of ‘fearing’ and ‘protecting’ in Old Persian in comparison with other Indo-Iranian languages
W05D1W05.5Roth, TheresaEtymologies and emotions: Historical linguistics as a key to emotion categories
W05D1W05.6Zampetta, Silvia;
Biagetti, Erica;
de Rossi, Nicolò;
Giuliani, Martina;
Zanchi, Chiara;
Luraghi, Silvia 
Calidum hoc est! Metaphors of HOT and COLD in Sanskrit, Ancient Greek, and Latin
W05D1W05.7Kölligan, DanielConceptual metaphors and etymology
W06D4W06Grestenberger, Laura;
Kamil, Iris;
Reiter, Viktoria
[Workshop:] Categorizers in diachrony
W06D4W06.0Grestenberger, Laura;
Kamil, Iris;
Reiter, Viktoria
[Introduction:] Categorizers in diachrony
W06D4W06.1Calabrese, AndreaInflectional vocalic pieces in Latin verbal morphology: a synchronic and diachronic analysis
W06D4W06.2Alfieri, LucaOn adjectivalizers in Rig-Vedic Sanskrit
W06D4W06.3Hasselbach-Andee, RebeccaOne or All: The Development of Singulatives to Collectives in Semitic
W06D4W06.4Tan, Tamisha‘Inalienable’ nominalisers across Meto
W06D4W06.5Werner, MartinaWhen verbal complexes become nouns via infinitive nominalization: A parallel to the verbal domain or category-individual?
W07D1W07Bjørn, Rasmus G.;
Kilani, Marwan
[Workshop:] Interactions at the dawn of history: Methods and results in prehistoric contact linguistics
W07D1W07.0Bjørn, Rasmus G.;
Kilani, Marwan
[Introduction:] Interactions at the dawn of history: An introduction to the workshop
W07D1W07.1Hansen, Magnus Pharao;
Davletshin, Albert
Tracing borrowings in and out of proto-Nahuatl
W07D1W07.2Bostoen, Koen;
Maselli, Lorenzo;
Pacchiarotti, Sara;
Donzo, Jean-Pierre
Pre-Bantu substrate in Batwa Bantu languages of the Congo rainforest: A comparative study of nasal-oral stop cluster reduction
W07D1W07.3Souag, LameenPrehistoric language contact in Berber
W07D1W07.4Widmer, Paul;
Sonnenhauser, Barbara
Linguistic convergence in the Ancient Near East
W07D1W07.5Wier, ThomasLanguage Contact in the Ancient Caucasus: the View from Kartvelian
W07D1W07.6Yurayong, Chingduang;
et al.
An archaeolinguistic approach to Indianisation and Sinicisation of languages in Eastern Eurasia
W08D5W08Karim, Shuan Osman;
Gholami, Saloumeh
[Workshop:] Filling in the diachronic gaps: the view of Old Iranian from the present
W08D5W08.1Karim, Shuan Osman;
Gholami, Saloumeh
[Introduction:] Filling in the diachronic gaps: the view of Old Iranian from the present
W08D5W08.2Kreidl, JulianBactrian influence on local languages of Eastern Afghanistan
W08D5W08.3Kim, Ronald I.Steppe Iranian in the longue durée: contact, relative chronology, and internal reconstruction
W08D5W08.4Mohammadirad, MasoudRemarks on the category of copula in Gorani dialects
W08D5W08.5Gholami, Saloumeh;
Naghshbandi, Zaniar
Polyptoton for the purpose of emphasizing within Iranian languages
W08D5W08.6Belelli, SaraA historical-comparative glimpse on Laki dialects
W08D5W08.7Suleymanov, MuradSemantic Shift and Morphosyntactic Convergence of Tense-Aspect-Mood Categories in Alazan Persian
W09D4W09Däbritz, Chris Lasse[Workshop:] “Your birch-bark bag has something” – Grammaticalization and diachrony of locative, existential and possessive predication
W09D4W09.1Däbritz, Chris Lasse[Introduction:] “Your birch-bark bag has something” – Grammaticalization and diachrony of locative, existential and possessive predication
W09D4W09.2Krasnoukhova, Olga;
Shirtz, Shahar;
Verkerk, Annemarie
Negated but similar – Negation in the domains of locative, existential, and possessive predication: The case of Indo-European
W09D4W09.3Hengeveld, KeesThe development of locative, existential and possessive predication from a functional perspective
W09D4W09.4Creissels, Denis‘Be/have’ verbs in historical perspective
W09D4W09.5Camilleri, MarisParallels in the development from locative and existential predications to possessive structures in Arabic and Hebrew
W10D4W10Baudel, Étienne;
Jarosz, Aleksandra;
Orlandi, Georg
[Workshop:] The (Pre)History of the Languages of Japan – Current issues and prospects
W10D4W10.1Satō, Tomomi;
Bugaeva, Anna
On stative/active intransitive split within tripartite alignment: A case of Kuril Ainu
W10D4W10.2Shimabukuro, MoriyoDebuccalization of *p in the Naha dialect of the Ryukyuan language
W10D4W10.3Kinuhata, TomohideReconstructing the Proto-Japonic demonstrative system
W10D4W10.4Étienne, BaudelReconsidering the classification of Hachijō: A glimpse from historical phonology
W10D4W10.5Majtczak, TomaszOld, Middle and New: Periodisation as a back-burnered topic in the diachronic research of Japanese
W10D4W10.6Baudel, Étienne;
Jarosz, Aleksandra;
Orlandi, Georg
[Discussion:] The (Pre)History of the Languages of Japan – Current issues and prospects
W11D5W11Auderset, Sandra;
Dockum, Rikker;
Gehrmann, Ryan
[Workshop:] The diachrony of tone: connecting the field
W11D5W11.1Božović, ĐorđeTone, stress and length interactions in Central Neo-Štokavian
W11D5W11.2Lionnet, FlorianAccent and tone: the double origin of the Paicî tone system
W11D5W11.3Kirby, James;
Pittayaporn, Pittayawat
Tone and voicing in Cao Bằng Tai: implications for tonal evolution and change
W11D5W11.4Arnold, LauraTone splits from vowel height in the Austronesian language of Raja Ampat
W11D5W11.5Grimm, NadineA diachronic study of grammatical tone in northwestern Bantu
W11D5W11.6Sæbø, Lilja;
Grossman, Eitan
A Database of Tonogenetic Events (DTE) and what it can tell us about tonogenesis
W11D5W11.7Perekhvalskaya, Elena;
Vydrin, Valentin
Tonal density and its correlation with the types of tonal systems: Diachronic aspects
W11D5W11.8Auderset, Sandra;
Dockum, Rikker
[Discussion:] The diachrony of tone: connecting the field
W12D2W12Orqueda, Verónica;
González Saavedra, Berta
[Workshop:] From and Towards Demonstratives: Grammaticalization Processes and Beyond
W12D2W12.1Mithun, MarianneFurther Pathways Towards Demonstratives
W12D2W12.2Brosig, Benjamin;
Dolgor, Guntsetseg
From spatial noun to medial demonstrative: the case of Khalkha Mongolian
W12D2W12.3Ishiyama, OsamuOn the Development of Demonstratives into Personal Pronouns
W12D2W12.4Stanković, BranimirTypes of contexts inducing the grammaticalization of demonstratives into definite articles – the case of a language without articles
W12D2W12.5Næss, ÅshildDemonstratives taking over discourse: the grammaticalisation of deictic clitics in Äiwoo
W12D2W12.6Neri, Sergio;
de Vaan, Michiel
Origin and development of the Albanian demonstratives
W12D2W12.7Luján, Eugenio;
Ngomo Fernández, Esteban
From demonstratives to articles in the Celtic languages
W12D2W12.8Orqueda, Verónica;
Roland, Pooth
Latin ecce: arguments in favor of its development from a PIE demonstrative
W13D4W13Cassarà, Alessia;
Kaltenbach, Lena;
Piccione, Mariapaola;
Struik, Tara
[Workshop:] New methods for old languages: the comparability of data
W13D4W13.0Cassarà, Alessia;
Kaltenbach, Lena;
Piccione, Mariapaola;
Struik, Tara
[Introduction:] New methods for old languages: the comparability of data
W13D4W13.1Figura, LisaDative Experiencer Psych Verbs in (Old) French
W13D4W13.2Trips, Carola;
Rainsford, Tom
How to use Yang’s Principles to model acquisition in diachrony. The case of psych verbs
W13D4W13.3Cassarà, Alessia;
Stein, Achim;
van Dijk, Chantal;
Hopp, Holger
Marked vs. unmarked unaccusativity with alternating verbs: Linking diachronic and experimental data
W13D4W13.4Kodner, JordanLanguage Acquisition and a Process-Centered View of Language Change
W14D2W14Jäger, Gerhard;
Forkel, Robert;
List, Johann-Mattis
[Workshop:] Exploiting Standardized Cross-Linguistic Data in Historical Linguistics
W14D2W14.1Jäger, Gerhard;
Forkel, Robert;
List, Johann-Mattis
[Introduction:] Exploiting Standardized Cross-Linguistic Data in Historical Linguistics
W14D2W14.2Brigada Villa, Luca;
Biagetti, Erica;
Zanchi, Chiara;
Luraghi, Silvia
Universal Dependency for Historical Languages (UD4HL): Towards Standardized Syntactic Data for Historical Languages
W14D2W14.3Rzymski, ChristophFrom Old Data to Fresh Phylogenies — A Linguistic Data Journey in the Times of CLDF
W14D2W14.4Forkel, Robert;
Greenhill, Simon
Phlorest: A Database of Consistent and Reusable Language Phylogenies
W14D2W14.5Dellert, Johannes;
Blaschke, Verena
Configurable Language-Specific Tokenization for CLDF Databases
W14D2W14.6Blum, Frederic;
List, Johann-Mattis
A computational evaluation of regularly recurring sound correspondences
W14D2W14.7Mertner, Miri;
Guzmán Naranjo, Matías
Exploring the Geographical Distribution of Missing Data Using Approximate Gaussian Processes
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