Programme

Day 1

March 11, 2021

 

09:00 Introduction

Session 1

9:15 Marija Brašić: Coordination of unlike categories in Serbo-Croatian
09:45 Georg Höhn: Semantic variation in Greek and Bulgarian quantifier unagreement

 

10:15

 

Coffee break

 

Session 2 
10:30 Alexandru Nicolae: The syntactic locus of definiteness in the Balkan languages: from enclitic articles to polydefinite constructions
11: 00   Mirjana Miric and Maja Miličević Petrović: Variation in the nominal declension in Timok vernaculars
11:30 Alberto Giudici and Chiara ZaniniIstrian uni/une: the rise of an indefinite plural article?

 

12:00

 

Lunch break

 

Session 3

13:00

Svetlana Ćirković: Non-pronominal use of the dative clitic si in Timok vernaculars: syntactic patterns

13: 30 

Zrinka Kolakovic and Edyta Jurkiewicz-Rohrbacher: BCS pronominal clitic variants ju and je in standard and colloquial varieties

14: 00

Teodora VukovicAnastasia Escher and Barbara SonnenhauserDegrees of non-standardness. Feature-based analysis of variation in a Torlak dialect corpus

 

Day 2

March 12, 2021

 

 

9:00

 

Plenary talk by Nour Efrat-Kowalsky: 

What modern distribution can tell us about the past: Evidence from the Ancient Near East

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Session 1
10:00 Paul Widmer and Barbara SonnenhauserGenerational and individual variation in heritage Albanian in Switzerland

10:30 

Daniela Mayer: Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian or Nonetheless Serbo-Croatian? An Empirical Analysis of the Austrian Diaspora

 

11:00

 

Coffee break 

 

Session 2

11:15 

Ivan Šimko: Browsing the Digital Damaskini

11: 45  

Agnes Kim and Maria Schinko: Variation of preposition choice in Central European languages – diatopic, diamedial, diachronic and semantic aspects
12:15   Farewell