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.

A study of Nuer verbs: reporting on data collection in Kenya

Surrey Linguistics Circle

A study of Nuer verbs: reporting on data collection in Kenya

Tatiana Reid
(University of Surrey)

Open to all

Date: 18 Jul 2017
Time: 13:00 – 14:30

Venue: 42AC05, AC Building

(Deictic-)Associated Motion/Directional morphology and aspect in the Koman languages

Surrey Linguistics Circle

(Deictic-)Associated Motion/Directional morphology and aspect in the Koman languages

Manuel Otero
(University of Oregon)

Open to all

Date: 26 Jul 2017
Time: 13:00 – 14:30

Venue: 42AC05, AC Building

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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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

  • 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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