Proceedings of the 12th Conference
on Typology and Grammar for Young Scholars

(Handouts, Presentations)


M. Daniel. Two ways of marking Recipient in East Caucasian

L. Veselinova. Negation in non-verbal and existential predications: A holistic typology

V. Vydrin. Development of a case system in a peripheral Mande language


P. Arkadiev. Object genitive/partitive of negation: An areal perspective

A. Bobrœnkova. Means of marking primary and secondary nominal predicates in Moksha [in Russian]

V. Dyachkov, D. Mordashova. Competition between the deadjectival derivation markers in the Dogon languages: Semantic grounding and the diachrony [in Russian]

M. Fedotov. To be continued...: Adventures of the continuative marker in Gban (presentation, some examples) [in Russian]

D. Gerasimov. Imperatives and optatives in Paraguayan Guaraní: Interaction with negation

I. Gorbunova. With or without necessity: Atayal modality system

I. Kagirov. Verbal and pseudo-verbal predications in Middle Egyptian [in Russian]

E. Kashkin, D. Zhornik, A. Zakirova, A. Kozhemyakina, P. Pleshak. Towards a lexical typology of falling verbs: Evidence from Uralic

M. Kholodilova. Competition between ‘who’ and ‘which’ in Slavic relative clauses

A. Kozlov. Čut’ (bylo) ne in Russian: More than just negation

L. Kozlov. Competition between cases with directive meaning in Moksha (presentation) (handout) [in Russian]

E. Korovina. On the relative order of number and case

I. Makarchuk. Toward a typology of semelfactive: Moksha derivatives in -kst- [in Russian]

A. Montébran. Negation structures in the context of TAM in West-Atlantic languages

N. Muraviev. Pragmatic relevance or backward control: On the problem of the simple converb agreement in Southern Akhvakh [in Russian]

E. Novikova. The conditional in Mordvin-Moksha: On an unusual use of conditional mood [in Russian]

A. Piperski. Grammatical profiles and formal differentiation of Russian biaspectual verbs [in Russian]

P. Pleshak. On the status of possessor in the Moksha noun phrase [in Russian]

M. Privizentseva. Case compounding in Moksha [in Russian]

E. Renkovskaya, A. Krylova. Prohibitive constructions in Kullui [in Russian]

K. Shagal. Participial orientation from a typological perspective

T. Shalganova. Grammaticalization of the word ‘head’ in Moksha reflexive strategies [in Russian]

M. Sidorova. Number in Moksha numeral constructions [in Russian]

A. Smetina. Competing verbal forms as predicates of independent clauses in Nanai: The verb and the participle [in Russian]

N. Stoynova. Markers of “motion with purpose”: The suffix -nda / -ndə in Nanai [in Russian]

N. Stoynova, S. Oskolskaya. The evolution of the existential negation marker in Nanai

D. Tiskin. Kazhdyj ‘every(one)’ can be not lazy [in Russian]

M. Usacheva. (In)alienability in Beserman Udmurt as a lexical category [in Russian]

J. Ye. Adnominal possessive construction in Mainland Southeast Asia

I. Yegorov. On the modal markers -a and -ka in Moksha

A. Zakirova. The -ma-form in Moksha [in Russian]

V. Zhigulskaya. Typology of personal locatives (pdf) (ppt) [in Russian]


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