Workshop on Aspect and Argument Structure of Adjectives and Participles (WAASAP III) : 13 & 14 juin

WAASAP-Affiche_FINALColloque “WAASAP III : Workshop on Aspect and Argument Structure of Adjectives and Participles” les 13 & 14 juin 2016

María J. Arche (University of Greenwich)
Antonio Fábregas (University of Tromsø)
Rafael Marín (STL – UMR8163, CNRS, Université de Lille)

Meeting Description:

In this conference, continuing the exploration of cross-categorial relations between the main lexical classes that was initiated in WAASAP I (University of Greenwich) and WAASAP II (University of Tromsø), we want to concentrate on the semantic, morphological and syntactic relations between adjectives and verbs and their extended projections.

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Monday 13th June                                                                                                                     

9:00-9:45           Registration

9:45-10:00        Welcome

10:00-11:00      Opening Plenary by Isabel Oltra-Massuet (University Rovira i Virgili) “On the (im)possibility of -ble adjectives from unaccusatives in Germanic and Romance

11:00-11:15      Coffee break

11:15-11:50      Guillaume Enghehard (Université de Lille) “Reduplication as a derivational mechanism for Russian secondary imperfectives and long adjectives

11:50-12:25      John Beavers (University of Texas at Austin) & Andrew Koontz-Garboden (University of Manchester) “Change of state verbs and the semantics of roots

12:25-13:00      Peter Hallman (University of Vienna) “Active Result State Adjectival Participles in Syrian Arabic

13:00-14:30      Lunch

14:30-15:05      Cilene Rodrigues (PUC, Rio de Janeiro) “Past Participial Forms are Predicted by Argument Structure

15:05-15:40      Alfredo García-Pardo (University of Southern California) “Argument structure in adjectival passives: an aspect-based approach

15:40-16:15      Antje Rossdeutscher (University of Sttutgart) “Scale based particles and prefixes in German de-adjectival verbs

16:15–16:45     Coffee break

16:45-17:20      Dennis Wegner (University of Wuppertal) “Past participial identity in periphrases – and beyond?

17:20-18:20      First Day Closing Plenary by Christopher Piñón (Université de Lille) “More Generous behaviour


Tuesday 14th June 

9:15-9:50           Jiyoung Choi (Université de Nantes) “A study of degree inchoative states in Korean

9:50-10:25        Tillman Pross (University of Stuttgart) “Nominalizations as a window into the structure and analysis of participles

10:25-11:00      Carmelo Bazaco (Ohio State University) “Estar predication in Spanish. Scales, Adjectives and Participles

11:00-11:25      Coffee break

11:25-12:00      Masaharu Shimada (University of Tsukuba) & Akiko Nagano (Tohoku University) “Mirative interpretations with verbal past-tense forms in Japanese

12:00-13:00      Closing plenary by Galit W. Sassoon (Bar Ilan University) “Degree modified participles

13:00-13:15      Closing remarks


Isabel Crespí (Autonomous University of Barcelona) “Valuating aspect in Spanish verbal participles: the case of passives

Alfredo García-Pardo & Mythili Menon (University of Southern California) “Ser and estar: back to aspect

Keynote speakers:

Isabel Oltra-Massuet (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
Christopher Piñón (Université de Lille)
Galit Sassoon (Bar Ilan University)

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Nadège Sieckelinck (2015, 30 octobre). Workshop on Aspect and Argument Structure of Adjectives and Participles (WAASAP III) : 13 & 14 juin. STL- ACTUALITES. Consulté le 16 juin 2024, à l’adresse

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  1. Rudy Troike dit :

    It would be very helpful if the website also included the bibliographical information on these references. Trying to run these down individually is very difficult.

    Rudy Troike
    University of Arizona
    Tucson, Arizona USA

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