Journées d'Etude sur les NOMinalisations (JENom 8)/ Workshop on Nominalizations

Journées d'Etude sur les NOMinalisations (JENom 8)/ Workshop on Nominalizations
Vendredi 21 Juin 2019 (journée) à Samedi 22 Juin 2019 (journée)
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Room 17.52, 5th floor, Keplerstraße 17, Stuttgart U Stuttgart, Germany


Journées d'Etude sur les NOMinalisations (JENom 8)/ Workshop on Nominalizations

Date: June 21-22, 2019

Location: University of Stuttgart, Germany

Invited Speakers

  • Artemis Alexiadou (Humboldt University of Berlin)
  • Rochelle Lieber (University of New Hampshire)
  • Delphine Tribout (University of Lille)

General Description

The JENom workshop series was initiated in France, which explains the French acronym JENom from Journées d'Études sur les Nominalisations. The first seven editions were held in Nancy, Lille, Paris, Stuttgart, Barcelona, Verona, and Fribourg. The fourth edition of the workshop was the first to be organized outside France and it took place at the University of Stuttgart, which will also host the coming eighth edition on June 21-22, 2019.

Organisation : Gianina Iordachioaia (Stuttgart) & Elena Soare (UMR 7023- SFL)


Friday, June 21

9:00 - 9:25 Registration

9:25 - 9:30 Welcome

9:30 - 10:30 Rochelle Lieber (University of New Hampshire): The semantics of -ing: eventivity, quantification, aspect

10:30 - 11:10 Yoshiki Ogawa, Keiyu Niikuni and Yuichi Wada (Tohoku University): Nominalization and De- nominalization as Diachronic Syntactic Change

11:10 - 11:30 Coffee Break

11:30 - 12:10 Rossella Varvara (University of Florence): Constraints on nominalizations: investigating the productivity’s domain of Italian: -mento and -zione

12:10 - 12:50 Marine Wauquier, Nabil Hathout and Cécile Fabre (CLLE & CNRS & Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès): Semantic discrimination of nominalizations based on distributional and statistical clues

12:50 - 14:15 Lunch

14:15 - 14:55 Vincent Krebs (University of Paris 8): Argument-projecting radicals : French nominalizations lacking a lexical verb

14:55 - 15:35 Maria Bloch-Trojnar (The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin): Zero-derived action nominals in Polish and Irish and the architecture of grammar

15:35 - 16:00 Coffee Break

16:00 - 16:40 Andrew McIntyre (Humboldt-University Berlin): Zero nominals in English: Support for category-neutral roots?

16:40 - 17:40 Delphine Tribout (University of Lille): Verb to noun conversion in French and the directionality issue

19:00 Workshop dinner (Mezzogiorno)

Saturday, June 22

[coffee available]

10:00 - 10:40 Obed Nii Broohm and Chiara Melloni (University of Verona): Action Nominals in Esahie (Kwa): A descriptive and typological assessment

10:40 - 11:20 Terrance Gatchalian (University of British Columbia): Deverbal nominalizations in Ktunaxa

11:20 - 12:00 Marie-Laurence Knittel (Nancy University) and Florence Villoing (Nanterre University): Instrument and means interpretation of deverbals: the role of ambiguous stative verbs in French V-N compounding

12:00 - 14:00 Lunch + Coffee & Poster session

14:00 - 15:00 Artemis Alexiadou (Humboldt University Berlin): Agentive nominalization in Greek: a puzzle

15:00 - 15:40 Philip Shushurin (NYU): A uniform account of applicatives and possessors: evidence from external possessors

15:40 - 16:10 Coffee Break

16:10 - 16:50 Odelia Ahdout (Humboldt University Berlin): No Results with Middles: on Non-Eventive Readings in Hebrew Nominalizations

16:50 - 17:30 Bozena Rozwadowska (University of Wroclaw): On the non-existence of causative Psych nominalizations in Polish

17:30 - 17:40 Closing remarks

Alternate: Ahmet Bilal Özdemir (Leipzig University): Nominalizers in Turkish: a hierarchy-based account

Poster session:

1. Ahmet Bilal Özdemir (Leipzig University): Nominalizers in Turkish: a hierarchy-based account

2. Gianina Iordachioaia, María Camila Buitrago Cabrera, Susanne Schweitzer and Yaryna Svyryda (University of Stuttgart): Deverbal zero-nominalization and verb classes: An empirical investigation

3. Alec Kienzle (University of Toronto): Reconsidering the Implicit External Argument in Nominalization: Evidence from Hebrew and English

4. Elena Soare (University of Paris 8 & CNRS): Participant –or nominals in Romanian

5. Martina Werner (Austrian Academy of Sciences & University of Vienna): A development within the nominalization of infinitives in the history of German: increasingly complex verbal structures

Scientific committee :

Artemis Alexiadou (Humboldt U. Berlin), Maria J. Arche (U. Greenwich), Boban Arsenijevic (U. Graz), Lucie Barque (U. Paris 13), Maria Bloch-Trojnar (U. Lublin), Alexandra Cornilescu (U. Bucharest), Antonio Fábregas (U. Tromsø), Livio Gaeta (U. Turin), Berit Gehrke (U. Paris Diderot), Scott Grimm (U. Rochester), Gianina Iordachioaia (U. Stuttgart), Marie Laurence Knittel (U. Lorraine), Andrew Koontz-Garboden (U. Manchester), Beth Levin (Stanford U.), Rafael Marin (U. Lille), Fabienne Martin (Humboldt U. Berlin), Andrew McIntyre (U. Neuchâtel), Louise McNally (U. Pompeu Fabra Barcelona), Chiara Melloni (U. Verona), Judith Meinschaefer (Freie U. Berlin), Fabio Montermini (U. Toulouse), Ileana Paul (U. Western Ontario), Malka Rappaport-Hovav (Hebrew U. Jerusalem), Isabelle Roy (U. Paris 8), Bozena Rozwadowska (U. Wroclaw), Florian Schäfer (Humboldt U. Berlin), Lucia M. Tovena (U. Paris Diderot), Florence Villoing (U. Nanterre)