FDSL 10 Program_2013_11_28
List of alternate speakers_2013_11_28
||Slavic Aspect: A Constantly Moving Goal.
||University of Düsseldorf
||On (in)definite Tense and Aspect in Russian.
||University of Oslo
||Lexical Representations and the Problem of Slavic Verb Stems.
||University of Essex
||Where does Russian aspect come from?
||Moscow State University
||What does it mean to be a native speaker? The relevance of heritage language to theory construction.
||Between Function and Content – the Case of Slavic Perfective Prefixes
||Queen Mary, University of London
||A local approach to Slavic resumptives
||University of Leipzig