Syntax of the World's Languages 1, Leipzig (SWL1)

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Syntax of the World's Languages 1 was held in Leipzig, 5-8 August 2004. It was the first conference in the SWL series.


Conference website


5 August 2004

Marianne Mithun (UC Santa Barbara): The non-university of obliques

Elizaveta Kotorova & Andrey Nefedov (Tomsk State Pedagogical University): The head-marking nature of Ket: an alternative view

Martine Vanhove (CNRS-LLACAN, Paris): Beyond the sentence in Beja

Peter Schmidt (Universität Trier): Multiple marking of designated arguments by resumptive agreement

Isabelle Bril (CNRS-LACITO, Paris): Scope and domains of clause-linking markers in Oceanic languages

Huang Shuanfan (National Taiwan University): Emotion and affect in the grammar of Formosan languages

Susanne Michaelis (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig): Encoding PATH in creole languages

Lilian Guerrero (University at Buffalo & Universidad de Sonora): Complement-taking predicates in Yaqui