Book of abstracts
The book of abstracts of the conference is available online here.
Monday, August 28
|Chair: Oleg Belyaev|
|Vladimir Ivanov (Lomonosov Moscow State University / Russia)|
|Iranian studies and speech research: Achievements and problems|
|Chair: Agnes Korn|
|12:15–12:45||Michaël Peyrot (Leiden University / Netherlands)|
|Eastern Iranian and Tocharian|
|12:45–13:15||Ilya Yakubovich (Russian State University for the Humanities / Russia).|
|West Iranian ezafe as a contact-induced feature|
|13:15–13:45||Martin Kümmel (Friedrich Schiller University Jena / Germany)|
|The Iranian words for ‘witness’ and the morphophonology of roots in *°a(y)-|
|Chair: Ludwig Paul|
|15:00–15:30||Peter Ivanov (Moscow State Linguistic University / Russia)|
|Clitic position(s) in Shughni: Beyond Wackernagel|
|15:30–16:00||Leila Dodykhudoeva (Institute of Linguistics RAS / Russia)|
|Noun phrase vs. compound: Morphosyntactic process in the Shughnani language|
|16:00–16:30||Daniel Barry (City University of New York / USA).|
|The emergence of pharyngeal sounds in Kurmanji Kurdish|
|Chair: Mohammad Dabir-Moghaddam|
|17:00–17:30||Robab Teymouri (University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences / Iran),
Fereshteh Momeni (Islamic Azad University / Iran),
Shahla Raghibdoust (Allameh Tabatabaʼi University / Iran) and
Golnaz Modarressi (Allameh Tabatabaʼi University / Iran)
|Foreign Accent Syndrome in a Persian-speaking woman|
|17:30–18:00||Natalia Serdobolskaya (Russian State University for the Humanities / Russia)|
|Correlative pronouns in Ossetic complement clauses|
|18:00–18:30||Mehrnoosh Taherkhani (Tarbiat Modares University / Iran).|
|Persian comparative correlatives are not conditionals|
Tuesday, August 29
|Chair: Ilya Yakubovich|
|10:00–10:30||Mehrnoosh Taherkhani (Tarbiat Modares University / Iran) and
Farnoosh Taherkhani (Imam Khomeini International University / Iran)
|Free relatives: Evidence from Persian|
|10:30–11:00||Julia Mazurova (Institute of Linguistics RAS / Russia)|
|Structure and semantics of Ossetic preverbs|
|11:00–11:30||Oleg Belyaev (Lomonosov Moscow State University / Russia)|
|The numerative in Ossetic|
|11:30–12:00||Arseniy Vydrin (Institute of Linguistic Studies RAS / Russia)|
|Peculiarities of optative in Ossetic|
|Chair: Martin Kümmel|
|12:30–13:00||Steven Kaye (University of Oxford / United Kingdom; Collège de France)|
|A morphological outlier? The verb paradigm in the Northern Talyshi of Azerbaijan|
|13:00–13:30||Agnes Korn (Centre national de la recherche scientifique / France) and
Murad Suleymanov (École pratique des hautes études / France)
|Issues of microvariation: Crossdialectal differences in modal marking|
|13:30–14:00||Ghazaleh Vafaeian (Stockholm University / Sweden)|
|Areal typological study on the progressive in northern Iran perspective|
|Chair: Erik Anonby|
|17:30–18:00||Leila Ziamajidi (Memorial University of Newfoundland / Canada)|
|The aspectual system in Luri of Doroud|
|Geoffrey Haig (University of Bamberg / Germany)|
|Post-predicate arguments in Iranian languages|
Wednesday, August 30
|Chair: Vladimir Plungian|
|10:00–10:30||Alexander Nilsson (Uppsala University / Sweden)|
|Evidentiality and epistemic authority in spoken Tajik|
|10:30–11:00||Erik Anonby (Carleton University / Canada; University of Bamberg / Germany) and
Mortaza Taheri-Ardali (Shahrekord University / Iran)
|Linguistic diversity and language contact in Chahar Mahal va Bakhtiari Province, Iran|
|11:00–11:30||Maximilian Kinzler (University of Hamburg / Germany)|
|The Khuzistan dialect of Early Judaeo-Persian and modern dialects of the region|
|11:30–12:00||Murad Suleymanov (École pratique des hautes études / France)|
|The verb ‘to do’ in Upper Sirvan Tat:
Towards the genesis of a new inflectional paradigm through suppletion
|Chair: Leila Dodykhudoeva|
|12:30–13:00||Chams Bernard (Leiden University / The Netherlands)|
|Gavruni modal verbs and impersonal constructions|
|13:00–13:30||Annette Herkenrath (Justus Liebig University Giessen / Germany)|
|Impersonal constructions in language-biographical conversations
and related text types in Kurmanji
|13:30–14:00||Elena Molchanova (Institute of Linguistics RAS / Russia)|
|Argument structure in the Zoroastrian Dari|
|Chair: Arseniy Vydrin|
|15:00–15:30||Dinara Satanova (Institute of Linguistic Studies RAS / Russia).|
|The case marker -o in Northern Talyshi: morphology, semantics and origin|
|15:30–16:00||Ludwig Paul (University of Hamburg / Germany)|
|The case system of modern West Iranian languages
in typological and historical perspective (with special reference to *radi)
|16:00–16:30||Mohammad Dabir-Moghaddam (Allameh Tabataba'i University / Iran)|
|Peculiar alignments in modern Iranian languages|
|Chair: Elena Molchanova|
|Joy I. Edelman (Institute of Linguistics RAS / Russia)|
|Semantic typology and the lexical evolution of Iranian languages|
|18:00–18:30||Closing the conference|
- Zahra Abolhassani Chimeh (SAMT Research Institute / Iran).
Close or open set? An account of morphosyntax of compound prepositions in Persian
- Faryar Akhlaghi (Research Institue of Cultural Heritage and Tourism / Iran) and
Pooneh Mostafavi (Research Institue of Cultural Heritage and Tourism / Iran).
Word order typology in two dialects of Gilaki: Lahijan dialect and Rasht dialect
- Shadi Davari (Tehran University of Medical Sciences) and
Mehrdad Naghzguy-Kohan (Bu-Ali Sina University / Iran).
Clitic climbing in Persian complex predicates: A Relevance Principle and grammaticalization account
- Federico Dragoni (Leiden University / The Netherlands).
The oldest attested Pāzand in the Bundahišn text of the Munich manuscript M51. An orthographic and phonological analysis of a newly discovered type of Pazand
- Nasim Fakoornia (University of Western Ontario / Canada).
L1 Farsi Attrition, in contact with L2 Canadian English: a focus on rhotics and stress pattern
- Mehdi Fattahi (University of Tehran / Iran) and
Yasaman Choubsaz (Razi University of Kermanshah / Iran).
Phonological opacity in Southern Kurdish: A case study of counter-bleeding interaction of processes
- Mehdi Fattahi (University of Tehran / Iran),
Mojtaba Gheitasi (Ilam University / Iran) and
Erik Anonby (Carleton University / Canada; University of Bamberg / Germany).
Is the labial-palatal approximant a phoneme in Southern Kurdish?
- Ketevan Gadilia (Russian State University for the Humanities; Institute for Bible Translation / Russia).
On exponents of (in)definiteness in Kurdish and Lari
- Tina Ghanbarian (Tarbiyat Modarress University / Iran).
Mismatching in Persian complex predicates: A focus on dual-nature of non-verbal element
- Mikhail Grachev (The State Hermitage Museum / Russia).
New materials on the dialects of Hormozgan
- Piruza Hayrapetyan (Central European University / Hungary).
The Armenian word ‘Ganj’: A lost and found piece of Middle Persian treasury?
- Sayuri Igarashi (Osaka Prefecture University / Japan).
Frequency of the passive in Persian: A multilingual parallel corpus-based study
- Hasmik Kirakosian (The Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts / Armenia).
The Morpheme xēl Composing Toponyms and Tribal Names
- Katarzyna Marszalek-Kowalewska (Adam Mickiewicz University / Poland).
Disambiguation of Persian homographs with word2vec
- Vahid Sadeghi (Imam Khomeini International University / Iran).
Is Persian a "stress-accent" or a "non-stress-accent" language?
- Marziye Sanaati (Research Institute of Cultural Heritage and Tourism / Iran)
and Pooneh Mostafavi (Research Institue of Cultural Heritage and Tourism / Iran).
The study of adpositions as case marker in Sangesari and Shahmirzadi languages
- Mortaza Taheri-Ardali (Shahrekord University / Iran).
A first account of the languages in western Hormozgan
- Giti Taki (University of Sistan and Baluchestan / Iran) and
Vahid Mohamadi (University of Sistan and Baluchestan / Iran).
Morphological definiteness of nouns in Neyshabouri dialect
- Elizaveta Vostokova (Higher School of Economics / Russia).
Towards the documentation of Shughni language: building on online dictionary and corpus.
- Aigul Zakirova (Higher School of Economics / Russia) and
Elizaveta Vostokova (Higher School of Economics / Russia).
Reflexive pronoun in Shughni.