Wednesday Feb 7 2024 Room C.218 (Dean's meeting room)
9:30 Registration
10:00 Intro
10:10 Pavel Caha, Karen De Clercq, Michal Starke, Guido Vanden Wyngaerd Nanosyntax: state of the art and recent developments
10:50 Anastasiia Vyshnevska Comparing Slavic comparatives
11:30 Coffee
12:00 Fenna Bergsma, Meg Smith, Jan Don, Anne Merkuur Complex Left Branches in Frisian Verbs
12:40 Lunch
14:00 Anne-Li Demonie Complications of complex left branches: Some observations on Dutch derived verbs
14:40 Trang Phan The grammaticalization of perfect markers in Vietnamese
15:20 Coffee
15:50 Pamela Goryczka and Luca Molinari Gender Alternations in Polish Verb Morphology
16:30 Tarald Taraldsen A note on the relation between theme vowels and root suppletion
17:10 NanoDays: Business Meeting
Thursday Feb 8 2024 Room C.218 (Dean's meeting room)
10:00 Pavel Caha A local analysis of an apparent non-local allomorphy in Tamil: a perspective from Rutul
10:40 Francesco Pinzin and Tommaso Balsemin A modular approach to phonologically conditioned allomorphy: the case of the Ligurian article system
11:20 Coffee
11:50 Thayse L. Ferreira and Julio Curvelo Barbosa A crosslinguistic analysis of framing distribution through Nanosyntax: on the status of prepositional features
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Bartosz Wiland Polish prefix stacking redux
14:40 Pavel Caha and Lucie Medova The declension of Russian demonstratives. An argument for subextraction
15:20 Coffee
15:50 Edo Cavirani and Guido Vanden Wyngaerd On the morphophonology of Czech adjectives
16:30 Michal Starke The day morphology ate syntax
17:10 Conclusions, main points, goodbye