February 2nd, 2007
Utrecht, The Netherlands
The workshop Reciprocals cross-linguistically (syntax and semantics) took place on the morning and afternoon of Friday, 2 February. There were language-specific, descriptively oriented presentations (focusing on properties or issues of theoretical interest) as well as more theoretical talks.
The workshop is associated with the research project A typology of reciprocal markers: Analysis and documentation, a collaboration of the Utrecht institute of Linguistics OTS and the Free University of Berlin.
Utrecht University, Utrecht
|10:05||Ekkehard König, Free University of Berlin
|11:20||Anca Sevcenco, UiL-OTS/University of Bucharest
Split Case Reciprocals
|12:00||Yoad Winter, Technion
The Strongest Meaning Hypothesis: Reciprocal Expressions and Relational Processes
|13:00||Lunch (provided by UiL-OTS)|
|14:15||Alexis Dimitriadis, UiL-OTS
Some Consequences of Symmetry and Collectivity in Serbo-Croatian
|14:55||György Rákosi, University of Debrecen
On the Distribution of Reciprocal and Reflexive Anaphors in Hungarian: Subject and Possessor Anaphors
|15:50|| Thomas Hanke, Free University of Berlin
Bipartite Reciprocal Markers: Classification and Sources
|16:30|| Patrick Brandt, University of Cologne
Number-Bound Nonreciprocity in Dative and Middle Constructions
|17:20||Juvénal Ndayiragije, University of Toronto
On Kirundi Reciprocals and the Lexicon-Syntax Parameter
|19:00||Dinner at Restaurant Jakarta|
For more information, please contact Alexis Dimitriadis.