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Bela Adamik, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest The problem of the omission of word final -s as evidenced in the inscriptions of the imperial period

Suzanne Adema, Universiteit van Amsterdam, workshop Linguistics and Latin Learning

Tommi Alho & Angela Bartens, Åbo Akademi University / University of Turku From Greek to Latin: Language shift in ancient Rome

Olga Álvarez Huerta, Universidad de Oviedo Timeo y metuo: sintaxis y semántica

Maria Carmen Arias Abellán, Catedrática de Filología Latina, Sevilla Análisis y causas de la diversidad semántica y lexicológica del adjetivo latino uiridis

Łukasz Berger, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (Poland); Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain) Politeness strategies in the opening of the Roman comedy dialogue

Davide Bertocci & Francesco Pinzin University of Padua Towards a morpho-syntactic analysis of -īscō and -āscō verbs

Delaram Bextermöller & Anna Fiona Weiß, L2 sentence processing by advanced German learners of Latin: A reaction time study on argument interpretation

Bernard Bortolussi, Univ. Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense La forme des SN dans les énoncés génériques

Rebecca Boyd, Latin Reading Comprehension Strategies; Results from the Interactive-Processing Strategy Inventory (IPSI)

Merlijn Breunesse, Cicero vs. Mark Antony: Identity construction and outgroup formation in Philippics I and III

Marco Budassi & Marco Passarotti, -sc- Latin Verbs and Derivation. A Large-scale Exploration and Formal Analysis

Concepción Cabrillana, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela Praedicativum and Subject Complement: a question revisited

Emilia Calaresu & Silvia Pieroni, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia/Università per stranieri di Siena Iam confirmativum

Anna Cardinaletti & Rosella Iovino & Giuliana Giusti Rethinking the Teaching of Latin in the Inclusive School

Matilde Conde Salazar & Cristina Martín Puente, Universidad Complutense de Madrid La victoria de praesidens sobre praeses

Cécile Conduché, Fondation Thiers Clausula, un terme technique de la métrique à la morphologie

Leonardo Costantini, University of Leeds Exploring the Semantic Complexity of the Voces Mediae: Magus, Magicus, Magia

Francesca Cotugno, PhD student in Linguistics, Pisa Huennius, hostrea and the German voices of Vindolanda: a case study of initial h-

Michal Ctibor, Charles University, Prague Introductory quid: Reconsideration of Utterances Traditionally Edited as “Quid?”

Chris Culy & Eleonara Litta Modignani Picozzi & Marco Passarotti (When) Inflection needs Derivation. A Word Formation Lexicon of Latin.

Pierluigi Cuzzolin, Università degli Studi di Bergamo Some remarks on the Infinitivus indignantis. Is this label necessary?

Joseph Dalbera, Université de Corse Valeurs de nunc dans l'oratio obliqua latine

Lieven Danckaert, Université de Lille 3/CNRS More on Late Latin BE-periphrases: word order between syntax and prosody

Irene De Felice & Giovanna Marotta, University of Pisa Patterns of prosodic distribution of Latin long vowels

Wolfgang De Melo, University of Oxford, UK & Panagiotis Filos, University of Ioannina, Greece Greek in Varro's De lingua Latina'

Jesús de la Villa, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid The expression of relative time in Latin

Šime Demo & Tassotti, University of Zagreb Verbal class selection in Macaronic Latin. A corpus-based analysis

Marina Díaz Marcos, University of Salamanca Predicative structures in Latin expression verbs: "to shout" verbs»

Eleanor Dickey, The origins of Western language teaching and why they matter today

Dragana Dimitrijević, University of Belgrade Latin Curricula, Attitudes and Achievement: An Empirical Investigation

Vera Dürrschnabel, University of Bern Unpersönliche Strukturen im Lateinischen der Vulgata und ihre hebräischen Parallelen

Fabienne Fatello, Université Blaise Pascal Clermont-Ferrand Les emplois de QVANDO dans différents genres textuels de Plaute à Sénèque

Chiara Fedriani & Piera Molinelli, University of Bergamo Tum, tunc, and illa hora. Exploring a semantic-pragmatic cycle

Chiara Fedriani & Maria Napoli & Nadia Rosso, Università del Piemonte Orientale "Apollo...respondit μὴ κίνει Καμαρίναν". Greek-Latin contact in the Textual Bilingualism in Latin Corpus

Rolando Ferri, Università di Pisa The Hermeneumata Celtis and ancient bilingual lexicography

Michèle Fruyt, Université de Paris-Sorbonne) Centre Alfred Ernout de linguistique latine" Deixis et endophore en latin dans une perspective évolutive du -2e siècle au +2e siècle: le statut de Sénèque

Giovanbattista Galdi & Jasper Vangaever University of Ghent On the use of the ablative of the gerund and of the present participle in Latin technical literature

Benjamín García-Hernández, UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA Madrid Origen y significado de desīdero: de la nostalgia al deseo

Romain Garnier, Université de Limoges Syncopated forms reanalysed as primary ones: the crētus-class in Latin

Laurent Gavoille, Université Bordeaux-Montaigne, Ausonius, Institut de recherche sur l’Antiquité et le Moyen Âge, UMR 5607 CNRS Auctor adjectif verbal dans la périphrase auctor sum “conseiller” : étude morpho-sémantique

Simona Georgescu, University of Bucharest The World as a Yawning Gap: New Insights into the Etymology of Lat. Mundus ‘World’

Theodor Georgescu, University of Bucharest, Romania Les mots latins d’origine grecque avec diffusion panromane : comment et pourquoi ?

Chiara Gianollo, Università de Bologna The diachronic path of Latin focus-sensitive negation

Francesco Giura, Università di Pisa AcI- and AcP-Constructions with Verba sentiendi in the Syntax-Semantics Interface

Alexandra Grigorieva, Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies On Development of Latin Culinary Vocabulary, Towards a Digital Diachronic Database.

Caterina Guardamagna, University of Liverpool Force dynamics in Latin secundum ‘according to’ and secundus ‘favourable’

 Hilla Halla-Aho, University of Helsinki Notes on relative clause syntax in Roman comedy

Gerd Haverling, University of Uppsala On the development of some ”negative” words from early to late Latin

Friedrich Heberlein, KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Klassische Philologie Modalität aus Satzreduktion: zum deontischen Gerundiv

Michael Hillen, TLL, München TLL - Einführung

Satoko Hisatsugi, Friechrich-Schiller-Universität Jena Der lateinische Dativ - neue Wege in Transitivität und funktionaler Semantik

Roland Hoffmann, Mainz K.F. Beckers Lehre von den Satzverhältnissen, die lateinische Grammatik des 19. Jahrhunderts und die heutige Linguistik

Stefan Höfler, Cambridge, Massachusetts “I hereby confirm that …” — On the hitherto neglected use of the 1st person perfect indicative as a performative

Nigel Holmes, TLL München Authorial error and the dictionary

Kristien Hulstaert, Charlemagne University College, Antwerp Reading Seeing and Understanding Latin

Federica Iurescia, Universität Zürich Impoliteness and overpoliteness in Roman confrontations

Marie-Dominique Joffre, Université de Poitiers Remarques sur l’utilisation à des fins pragmatiques de uidea(n)tur dans quelques clausules cicéroniennes : de Cicéron au français voilà

Andreas Keränen, University of Gothenburg Iambic shortening and Luchs’ law

Sándor Kiss, Université de Debrecen Progression thématique et types de séquence chez quelques historiens romains

Caroline Kroon & Lidewij van Gils, Universiteit van Amsterdam (UvA) Two types of ‘nearness’. A cognitive approach to the historic present tense in Livy and Tacitus

Timo Korkiakangas & Cecilia Valentini, The grammaticalization of the prepositional phrase with de as an adnominal modifier from Classical to Late Latin

Frédéric Lavigne & Dominique Longrée & Sylvie Mellet Multiple Semantic Priming and Latin Sequential Collocations : when Text Linguistics and Language Learning meet Cognitive Psychology

Éloïse Lemay, University of California, Los Angeles The Late Latin merger between ō and ŭ: epigraphic evidence from Gaul

Ville Leppänen, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Zur Entwicklung des Ablauts im lateinischen Verbalsystem

Mair Elizabeth Lloyd & James Robson, The Open University Staying the Distance: transforming Open University Latin pedagogy

Felicia Logozzo, Università di Roma Tor Vergata Genitivus denominativus: local and personal names in contrast

Dominique Longrée, Recherches lexicographiques et méthode des cooccurrents spécifiques : application à quelques champs lexicaux latins

Suzanne Luger, Universiteit van Amsterdam How do Dutch adolescents translate Latin into coherent Dutch? A journey into the unknown.

Elisabetta Magni, Università di Bologna General Extenders in Latin

Aleksi Mäkilähde & Veli-Matti Rissanen, University of Turku The syntax of code-switching in Cicero’s letters: Testing formal constraint models

Robert Maltby, University of Leeds Greek in Donatus’ Terence Commentaries

Adriana Manfredini, Universidad de Buenos Aires Potest+Passive Infinitives: Auxiliary Or Impersonal Verb?

Tommaso Mari, Spoken Latin, Translation and Re-translation in the Acts of the Ecumenical Councils

Emanuela Marini, Incorporation et constructions à verbe-support en latin

Antonio María Martín-Rodríguez, Ruinam dare: les compléxités d’une construction latine à verbe support

Jaume Mateu-Fontanals, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Complex denominal verbs in Latin: A syntactic approach

Michael Mazzola, Northern Illinois University The Rhythmic Alternative to the Penultimate Stress Rule

Erica Meszaros, Eastern Michigan University A linguistic analysis of demonstratives in genres of Early Latin fragments

Egle Mocciaro & William Short, Università di Palermo & University of Texas at San Antonio Cognitive Linguistics Meets Latin Constructions: Two Case Studies

Laurent Moonens, Université de Paris Les emplois des « quantifieurs » quantus, quam multus, quot et de leurs corrélatifs en latin classique

Roman Müller, "Ego sum Amphitruo": Selbstidentifikation im Dialog

Kanehiro Nishimura, Kobe City University for Foreign Studies Fors and Fortuna: Linguistic and Cultural Aspects

Anna Novokhatko, Universität Freiburg The typology of linguistic metaphor in the 1st and 2nd c. CE Roman thought

Krzysztof Nowak, Institute of Polish Language (Polish Academy of Sciences) Verborum mutatae significationes. Tracking Semantic Change in Latin with Distributional Semantic Models

Andrea Nuti, University of Pisa (Italy) Gallia est omnis divisa in partes tres. Sapir’s typology and different perspectives on totality

Andreas Opfermann, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Lateinisch quisque – synchrone Verwendungsweisen und diachrone Semantik

Anna Orlandini & Paolo Poccetti, Les parcours sémantiques vers l’adversatif : une approche typologique des langues anciennes

Marijke Ottink & Josine Schrickx , TLL How to deal with arguments and satellites at the Thesaurus linguae Latinae? Linguistic theory in daily lexicographical practice

Oswald Panagl, Universität Salzburg Thematische Progression und thematischer Sprung. Aspekte narrativer Verfahren in Vergils Aeneis

Harm Pinkster, UvA the division of labour between the grammarian and the lexicographer

Francesco Pinzin, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia Losing events, losing morphology. An analysis of the diachronic evolution of denominal deponents.

Jesús Polo, Madrid More on Preference and Substitutive Clauses in Latin

Anna Pompei, Light Verbs and Sound Nouns as Physical Implications

Lucie Pultrová, Charles University Prague Periphrastic Comparison in Latin

Danica Pušić, John Cabot University, Rome Quid comedent? Quid ebibent? Completive and egressive preverbs in Early Latin

Amedeo A. Raschieri, University of Milan Non-finite verb forms in Valerius Maximus: some remarks on the use of participle and infinitive

Antonio Revuelta, Funktionsverben/Light verbs in Latin and Greek: a comparison

Luca Rigobianco, Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia Latin dubenus 'dominus': an attempt at the etymology

Rodie Risselada, Universiteit van Amsterdam

Stefano Rocchi, TLL/LMU München Cogitanti mihi: the Participle Construction of the dativus iudicantis from Syntax to Literature.

Bruno Rochette, Université de Liège Constitutus = καϑεστώς : un hellénisme de la langue juridique ?

Sophie Roesch, Université François Rabelais (Tours) L'impolitesse dans les comédies de Plaute

Hannah Rosén, Hebrew University, Jerusalem

Elena Spangenberg Yanes, Rom „La Sapienza“ Tra ratio e usus: costruzioni perifrastiche inusitate nell'insegnamento grammaticale tardoantico

Olga Spevak, Université de Toulouse 2 Jean Jaurès La valence nominale en latin

Beata Spieralska, Université de Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński Coreferentiality in absolute constructions

Pedro Manuel Suárez-Martínez, Universidad de Oviedo Le genre est-il, en latin, une vraie catégorie grammaticale du nom ?

Lyliane Sznajder, Université de Paris-Ouest Latin biblique et complétives en quoniam

Esperanza Torrego, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, The expression of knowledge in Latin: cognosco, nosco, scio, nescio and ignoro

Hamida Trabelsi, Laboratoire Intersignes, La parenthèse existe-elle en latin ?

Elena Triantafillis, University of Padua The Latin Imperative: morphological features and diachronic development

Luis Unceta Gómez, UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE MADRID La expresión de la alegría como manifestación de cortesía positiva en la comedia latina

Daniela Urbanová, Masaryk University, Department of Classical Studies, Brno, Czech Republic Bemerkungen Zum Wortschatz Der Lateinischen Fluchtafeln

Sophie Van Laer, Université de Nantes Les verbes de déplacement en latin : typologie et rôle de la préverbation

Martina Vaníková, Charles University in Prague Compositional Aspect in Latin

Lothar Willms, Prv. Doz. Uni Heidelberg Sub-rule vs. Analogy: On the Outcome of the Double dental cluster *-dh- + *-t- in Latin

Anna Zago, Università di Pisa Il mitacismo nei grammatici latini

Elena Zheltova, St.Petersburg State University Animacy in Latin: explaining peripheral phenomena