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All talks and posters are in the VOC-room of the Bushuis, Kloveniersburgwal 48, Amsterdam. Note that there are no parallel sessions.
Day 1: Thursday, May 23rd, 2019
Day 2: Friday, May 24th, 2019
|9.30–10.00||Gert-Jan Schoenmakers & Ad Foolen||At the margins of grammar: Verb particles in first sentence position|
|10.00–10.30||Tara Struik||Information Structure and OV-VO Variation in West-Germanic: A Comparative Perspective|
|11.00-11.30||Arjen Versloot||i-Mutation in West Germanic: phonetic and geographical gradualness|
|11.30–12.00||Elzbieta Adamczyk||Plural inflection in varieties of Dutch: Patterns of restructuring and geographical redistribution|
|12.00–12.30||Posters (see below)|
|12.30–14.30||Lunch (Bushuis F211.C)|
|14.30–15.00||Stefan Hartmann & Tom Bossuyt||Collectivizing metaphors in English, Dutch, and German: An exploration of corpus landscapes|
|15.00–15.30||Barbara Schlücker||Close apposition in the sandwich|
|15.30–16.00||Closing & Outlook|
Our poster boards can accommodate posters up to A0 in size in portrait orientation.
|Bacskai-Atkari, Julia||Relative features and lower complementisers in West-Germanic comparatives|
|Bomans, Cas||On the development of blijken and turn out: how did these verbs become linguistic markers of surprise?|
|Gunkel, Lutz & Jutta M. Hartmann||Prepositional object clauses in German and Dutch|
|Leenders, Gijs, Rick de Graaff & Marjo van Koppen||Linguïstische concepten ter verrijking van het grammaticaonderwijs in de alfavakken op middelbare scholen|
|Mersch, Sam||Luxembourgish within Western Germanic|
|Nowak, Jessica, Lisa Dücker, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szczepaniak||Sentence-internal capitalization in German, English, and Dutch: Historical parallels and divergent development|
|Okabe, Ami||STAND and LIE in expressing the location of buildings and landforms|
|Sleeman, Ruby||DP-internal modification: Ordering ordinals and superlatives in Dutch and German|
|Stöcker, Kristin & Martin Konvička||Ellipses and non-ellipses in Dutch, English, and German: The case of because X