Events

The Surrey Morphology Group organises a range of events, including talks from visiting speakers (Surrey Linguistics Circle) and workshops focusing on specific themes. To stay informed of upcoming events, please sign up to our mailing list.

Loss of Inflection

Workshop

Loss of Inflection

Workshop on Loss of Inflection at the International Conference on Historical Linguistics 23

Registration required

Starts: 31 Jul 2017, 09:00
Ends: 04 Aug 2017, 18:00

Venue: San Antonio, Texas

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The Morphological Eye: SMG 25th Anniversary Workshop

Workshop

The Morphological Eye: SMG 25th Anniversary Workshop

Registration required

Starts: 08 Sep 2017, 10:00
Ends: 09 Sep 2017, 13:00

Venue: University of Surrey

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Gender assignment in Jamtlandic and Scandinavian

Surrey Linguistics Circle

Gender assignment in Jamtlandic and Scandinavian

Briana Van Epps
(Lund University)

Open to all

Date: 21 Sep 2017
Time: 12:30 – 14:00

Venue: 42AC05, AC Building

10th Austronesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics Conference (APLL10)

Conference

10th Austronesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics Conference (APLL10)

Registration required

Starts: 04 May 2018, 09:00
Ends: 05 May 2018, 18:00

Venue: University of Surrey

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Past events

Workshops

  • Prominent Internal Possessors, SOAS, University of London, 22 Sep23 Sep 2016. More information

  • Gender and classifiers: Diachronic and synchronic variation, University of Surrey, Guildford, 28 Jan29 Jan 2016. More information

  • Gender and classifiers: Areal and genealogical perspectives, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, 26 Jan27 Jan 2015. More information

  • Lexical entries in Archi, University of Surrey, Guildford, 17 Mar 2014. More information

  • Inflectional morphology and verb classes in the Oto-Manguean languages of Mexico, University of Surrey, Guildford, 14 Mar 2014. More information

  • Gender and classifiers: Cross-linguistic perspectives, University of Surrey, Guildford, 17 Jan 2014. More information

  • The syntax–semantics interface in Archi, University of Surrey, Guildford, 25 Oct 2013. More information

  • Training workshop for native speaker linguists, San Cristóbal, Chiapas, Mexico, 08 Jul19 Jul 2013. More information

  • The conditions problem in Archi, University of Surrey, Guildford, 19 Apr 2013. More information

  • Computational approaches to morphological complexity, Maison de Recherche, Sorbonne, Paris, 22 Feb 2013.

  • South East Morphology Meeting – Morphophonology, University of Surrey, Guildford, 25 Jan 2013.

  • Inflectional classes in the languages of the Americas, Boston, Massachusetts, 06 Jan 2013. More information

  • The syntax–morphology interface in Archi, University of Surrey, Guildford, 01 Nov02 Nov 2012. More information

  • Dissemination workshop on Alor-Pantar languages, British Academy, London, 14 Sep 2012. More information

  • The lexical problem in Archi, University of Surrey, Guildford, 01 Jun 2012. More information

  • The domain problem in Archi, University of Surrey, Guildford, 02 Mar 2012. More information

  • Introductory seminar on Archi, University of Surrey, Guildford, 16 Jan 2012. More information

 

Surrey Linguistics Circle

  • (Deictic-)Associated Motion/Directional morphology and aspect in the Koman languages, Manuel Otero (University of Oregon), 26 Jul 2017.

  • A study of Nuer verbs: reporting on data collection in Kenya, Tatiana Reid (University of Surrey), 18 Jul 2017.

  • Variable affix sequencing in Murrinhpatha, Chintang and Tagalog, John Mansfield (University of Melbourne), 07 Jun 2017.

  • Lexical splits and inflectional periphrasis in Romance, Pavel Štichauer (Charles University, Prague), 09 May 2017.

  • Distributed exponence in Ngkolmpu and beyond, Matt Carroll (Surrey Morphology Group), 25 Apr 2017.

  • The Animacy Hierarchy revisited, Greville Corbett (University of Surrey), 21 Feb 2017.

  • One system or two? Reflections on variation and coherence in a single system of nominal classification, Ruth Singer (University of Melbourne), 13 Dec 2016. Abstract

  • Metathesis in Amarasi, Owen Edwards (ANU), 13 Dec 2016. Abstract

  • Strategies for visualizing linguistic information, Chris Culy (Consultant for Visualization of Language and Linguistic Data), 01 Dec 2016.

  • Overabundance in Zürich German, Anja Hasse (University of Zürich), 18 Oct 2016.

  • Reappraising comparison in linguistics: A view from neighbouring disciplines, Erich Round (University of Queensland), 09 Aug 2016. Abstract

  • Periphrasis in Bulgarian (and elsewhere), Andrew Spencer (University of Essex), 08 Feb 2016.

  • Computer tools for computational morphology, Raphael Finkel (University of Kentucky), 25 Jan 2016.

  • Overabundance: An overview, Anna M. Thornton (University of L’Aquila, Italy), 02 Dec 2015.

  • Web solutions and research tools for linguists, Edward Garrett (SOAS, University of London), 01 Dec 2015.

  • Canonical head marking: Morphology in the relational parts of grammar, Johanna Nichols (UC Berkeley), 17 Nov 2015.

  • Internal possessor prominence in Chimane, Sandy Ritchie (SOAS, University of London), 27 Oct 2015.

  • The exception that proves the rule: Markedness and defaults in stem selection in Ngkolmpu, Matthew Carroll (ANU, Canberra), 30 Sep 2015.

  • Passives, reflexives and impersonals in Catalan Sign Language, Patricia Cabredo Hofherr (CNRS & Université Paris-8), 27 Aug 2015.

  • Referential density and reference tracking in Mian, Sebastian Fedden (University of Sydney), 14 Jul 2015.

  • Independent person marking in Romance languages. Synchronic paradigm structure and diachronic development from Latin, Chiara Cappellaro (St John's College, Oxford University), 18 Feb 2015.

  • The structure of metathesis in Amarasi, Owen Edwards (ANU, Canberra), 27 Nov 2014.

  • Why bother doing linguistics? What the Hoava VP tells us., Bill Palmer (University of Newcastle, NSW), 29 Oct 2014.

  • Is there a signed passive? Evidence from Catalan and Italian Sign Language., Gemma Barberà & Patricia Cabredo Hofherr (UMR 7023, CNRS & Paris-8), 01 Jul 2014.

  • What zero subjects can mean, Patricia Cabredo Hofherr (UMR 7023, CNRS & Paris-8), 13 May 2014.

  • Modelling Non-Canonical Inflection in Ngkolmpu: A Yam Family Language of Southern New Guinea, Matthew Carroll (ANU, Canberra), 08 May 2014.

  • Non-finites and their agreement in Udmurt and other Finno-Ugric languages., Ekaterina Georgieva (University of Szeged), 08 Apr 2014.

  • Realis, focus, and existential closure, Irina Nikolaeva (SOAS, University of London), 02 Apr 2014.

  • Preverbs and bi-partite stems in Lezgic languages : semantic functions, syntactic correlates and productivity, Gilles Authier (L'École Pratique des Hautes Études), 01 Apr 2014.

  • Spanish infinitives borrowed into Zapotec, analyzed as falling into a native light verb construction, Rosemary Beam (UNAM, Mexico City), 12 Mar 2014.

  • The exuberant tonal system of San Marcos Zacatepec Eastern Chatino, Anthony Woodbury (University of Texas at Austin), 12 Mar 2014.

  • Allocutivity: towards a canonical approach to the encoding of a non-argumental addressee, Anton Antonov (INALCO/CRLAO (UMR 8563), CNRS, Paris), 26 Feb 2014.

  • A typology of Bantu subject inversion, Lutz Marten (SOAS, University of London), 24 Feb 2014.

  • The performance of STRUCTURE on linguistic datasets, and 'researcher degrees of freedom', Erich Round (University of Queensland), 11 Feb 2014.

  • Morphologically-motivated phonological change in Modern Aramaic, Bob Hoberman (Stony Brook University), 15 Jan 2014.

  • Inflectional allomorphy in Seri, Matthew Baerman (University of Surrey), 27 Nov 2013.

  • The Circassian languages – phonetic details and typological conclusions, Ludger Paschen (University of Bochum), 13 Nov 2013.

  • Enindhilyakwa (Australia) noun categorization systems: noun classes, gender and verb-incorporated generics, Marie-Elaine Van Egmond (Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University Greifswald), 24 Oct 2013.

  • The temporal interpretation of modals in SENĆOŦEN and Hul'q'umi'num, Claire Turner (University of British Columbia), 27 Aug 2013.

  • R(eference)-impersonals in Mauritian Creole, Patricia Cabredo Hofherr (CNRS UMR 7023 SFL / Université Paris 8), 05 Jun 2013.

  • Comparing what isn't there: Distribution and interpretation of null subjects, Patricia Cabredo Hofherr (CNRS UMR 7023 SFL / Université Paris 8), 14 May 2013.

  • Going for plural: the piecemeal emergence of a fourth number value in Nen, Nicholas Evans (ANU), 03 May 2013.

  • Reconstructing elements of early human language, Tania Kuteva, Bernd Heine and Gunther Kattenbock (Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf), 05 Mar 2013.

  • The lexical semantics of nouns and adjectives and variation in property concepts, Andrew Koontz-Garboden (University of Manchester), 19 Feb 2013.

  • Defaults and discreteness in morphology, Mark Aronoff (Stony Brook University), 24 Oct 2012.

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