- (23 May)
- (24 May)
Project leaders Terje Lohndal and Marit Westergaard give their CAS project a head start by organizing a two-day kick-off seminar in May.
During the seminar, the fellows participating in the CAS project MultiGender: A Multilingual Approach to Grammatical Gender will introduce their work, and discuss their plans and goals for their stay at CAS.
For invited guests only.
Thursday 23 May:
09.00 - TERJE LOHNDAL & MARIT WESTERGAARD: Opening Words from the Project Leaders
10.00 - BREAK
10.30 - GREVILLE G. CORBETT, MICHAEL FRANJIE & ALEXANDRA GRANDISON: The Origin and Nature of Gender: A Psycholinguistic Perspective
11.00 - YULIA RODINA: Grammatical Gender Processing in Russian Second Language Learners of Norwegian
11.15 - HOLGER HOPP: Extracting Gender from the Input
11.30 - MONIKA SCHMID: What (if Anything) Happens to Grammatical Gender in First Language Attrition?
12.00 - LUNCH
13:15 - ARTEMIS ALEXIADOU: Nominal Morphology in Language Mixing
13.45 - OLGA UREK: The Role of Probabilistic Phonological Cues in Gender Assignment to Novel Nouns
14.00 - NATASCHA MÜLLER: The Locus of Gender in French
14.30 - BREAK
15.00 - TOR A. ÅFARLI: On the Structural Location of Gender in the Nominal Spine
15.15 - BJÖRN LUNDQUIST: Implementing the Elsewhere Condition via Underspecification or Overspecification: Evidence from Variation and Processing of Gender Markers in Germanic
17.00 - EXCURSION & DINNER
Friday 24 May
11.00 - HANS-OLAV ENGER: What is so Strange About Gender?
11.15 - INGRID MARIE HEIENE: Inflection Classes and Gender in Old Norse vs. Middle and Modern Norwegian
11.30 - GURO BUSTERUD: Grammatical Gender in the Oslo Dialect: Proposal for a Study
11.45 - JANNE BONDI JOHANNESSEN: Gender in Urban Oslo
12.00 - SIGRIDUR MJÖLL BJÖRNSDOTTIR: Children's Gender Assignment Wizardry: Experimental Findings from Icelandic
12.15 - LUNCH
13.30 - VISIT CAS
15.00 - NATALIA MITROFANOVA: Interaction of Gender and Case in the Acquisition of Heritage Russian
15.15 - TANJA KUPISCH, NATALIA MITROFANOVA & MARIT WESTERGAARD: The Aquisition of Gender Cues in German-Russian Bilingual Children
15.45 - MERETE ANDERSSEN: Two Short Stories: Gender in Recursive Indefinite Articles in a Norwegian Dialect and in the Language of a Norwegian Dominant Bilingual Child in English Speaking Contexts
16.00 - IRINA SEKERINA: Experimental Perspectives on Acquisition of Gender: Corpus, Heritage Language Bilingualism, and Typology
16.30 - MARIA POLINSKY: Some Puzzles in Agreement and Concord
17.00 - DISCUSSION
20.00 - DINNER