Corrélât de l’ordre OV et structure de l’information

Le Sedyl, MII et le Labex EFL organisent l’atelier international OV-IS 2019 les 20 et 21 novembre 2019 à l’Inalco (65, rue des Grands Moulins 75013 PARIS – Salle 4.24).

Organisation

SeDyL (Structure et Dynamique des Langues, UMR 8202 Inalco-CNRS-IRD)  MII (Mondes Iranien et Indien, FRE 2018-Sorbonne Nouvelle-EPHE-Inalco- CNRS) Labex EFL (Empirical Foundations of Linguistics, USPC)

Contact

Anaïd Donabedian (Inalco-SeDyL) adonabedian@inalco.fr
Pollet Samvelian (P3-MII) pollet.samvelian@sorbonne-nouvelle.fr 
Claudine Chamoreau (CNRS-CEMCA/SeDyL) claudine.chamoreau@cnrs.fr

Mercredi 20 novembre – Salle 4.24

14h30-15h30
Judith Aissen
Word order and information structure in a so-called ‘VOS’ language

15h30-16h15
Tatiana Nikitina
Argument linearization and deviations from canonical OV word order: A contrastive analysis of Bashkir and Wan

16h15-16h30
Coffee break / Pause café

16h30-17h30
Elisabeth Verhoeven
Word order and optional ergative marking in Cabécar (Chibcha)

17h30-18h15
Roberto Herrera Miranda
The morphosyntactic realization of foci in Maleku

Jeudi 21 novembre – Salle 4.24


10h00-11h00
Geoffrey Haig
Between OV and VO: exploring word-order variation and change across the Western Asian Transition Zone (WATZ)

11h00-11h45
Stavros Skopeteas
From OV to VO and information structure: the syntax of Caucasian Urum

11h45-12h30
Pegah Faghiri, Victoria Khurshudian and Pollet Samvelian
Modern Eastern Armenian: OV or VO?

12h30 – 14h30
Lunch / Déjeuner

14h30-15h15
Metin Bağrıaçık
Word order in Pharasiot Greek: What is from Turkish and what is not?

15h15-16h00
Masud Mohamadirad
Post-predicate oblique arguments across Kurdish

16h00-16h30
Closing coffee break