Days of Swiss Linguistics 2018

Members of the URPP Language and Space research groups present their projects at the Day of Swiss Linguistics 2018

 

gschmöis - Eine Smartphone-App zur Erforschung des Schweizerdeutschen. Oder: Warum braucht es eigentlich noch so eine App?, Sandro Bachmann, Anja Hasse & Elvira Glaser

What's up, Switzerland? A project and its corpus, Simone Ueberwasser & Elisabeth Stark

Rhythmic accommodation in a dialect contact situation. Acoustic and perception studies in Grison and Zurich German, Elisa Pellegrino, Hanna Ruch & Volker Dellwo

The role of causality in early verb learning: language-specific factors vs. universal strategies, Sabine Stoll, Moritz Daum, Aylin Küntay, Tilbe Göksun, Guanghoa You, Ebru Ger & Larissa Stuber

Acquisition processes in  maximally diverse languages: min(d)ing the ambient language, Sabine Stoll, Damian Blasi, Dagmar Jung, Steven Moran & Jekaterina Mazara

Albanisch im Kontakt. Horizontaler Transfer und Identitätsstiftung in der Mehrsprachigkeitspraxis, Paul Widmer & Barbara Sonnenhauser

The Evolution of Noun Phrases in Indo-Iranian: empirical foundations and theoretical modeling, Balthasar Bickel, Paul Widmer, Svenja Bonmann, Chundra Cathcart, Andreas Hölzl, Manuel Widmer

Unifying multiple perspectives on word order evolution through research on reconstruction, typology and processing, Damián Blasi, Sebastian Sauppe, Hiram Ring, Yingqi Jing, Wei-Wei Lee, Christian Ebert, Mathias Jenny, Paul Widmer & Balthasar Bickel

Contemporary language documentation: acquisition and use of Romansh Tuatschin, Sabine Stoll, Michele Loporcaro, Géraldine Walther, Claudia Cathomas, Philippe Maurer, Jekaterina Mazara

Linguistic Morphology in Time and Space (LiMiTS), Rik van Gijn, Francesco Gardani, Peter Ranacher, Manuel Widmer, Stefan Dedio, Florian Sommer, Wolfgang Behr, Mathias Jenny, Robert Weibel, Fernando Zúniga, Paul Widmer & Balthasar Bickel

Next-generation databases for linguistics: capturing complex patterns in grammar, Taras Zaharko, Rik van Rijn, Manuel Widmer, Stefan Dedio, Francescoo Gardani, Florian Sommer, Paul Widmer & Balthasar Bickel

Prepositions in English Argument Structure (PEAS) across Time and Space: a Corpus-based Evolutionary Construction Grammar Approach, Marianne Hundt, Eva Zehentner, Melanie Röthlisberger & Laetitia Van Driessche

Presenting DiFuPaRo: "Distribution and Function of 'Partitive articles' in Romance: a microvariation analysis", Tabea Ihsane & Elisabeth Stark

Text-based language comparision for modern dialectology and typology, Tanja Samardzic, Christian Bentz, Tatyana Ruzsics, Teodora Vukovic, Olga Sozinova, Christof Bless & Larissa Schmidt