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Welcome to the page on  Uralic Case!

 

Budapest, Hungary, May 15th-16th, 2010, Hotel Benczúr,1068 Budapest, Benczúr u. 35, Workshop of the 14th International Morphology Meeting

Seppo Kittilä and Anne Tamm

 

Thank you for your participation!

NEWS! Soon you will find here the information about the publication. We will send you a circular in some weeks as well.

In the meantime, please check the abstracts booklet and if you have not sent your doc version of the abstract, please do so a.s.a.p.!

We would appreciate if you could send us your file with your handout, poster, and/or powerpoint for the website.

If you are interested in a peer-reviewed publication, please revise your abstracts on the basis of the feedback and send them to us by email.

A preliminary abstract booklet (docx)

A preliminary abstract booklet (pdf)

The presenters, presentations, and abstracts

The program, (doc version), program, (zipped pdf version)

 

This workshop is devoted to the study of case systems in Uralic languages. The Uralic languages are well known for their rich case inventories. However, most studies of Uralic cases deal with the rather extensively studied Hungarian, Finnish and perhaps Estonian cases and case systems. Cases of other Uralic languages have been studied to a much lesser extent. The goal of this workshop is to fill that void by giving a fuller picture of case systems of Uralic languages (including dialects). We thus especially encourage contributions dealing with lesser-studied Uralic languages (such as Samoyedic, Mari, Mordvinian, Sami languages and Khanty).

 

The workshop consists of two parts. The first part of the workshop clarifies the phenomena, the terminology and the comparability of the data in the individual languages, as specific to Uralic and in more general terms. The second part accumulates knowledge about the case systems of each language, and about the specific cases in Uralic languages and dialects. We plan ‘case studies of case’, such as genitive, partitive, abessive, locatives, comitative etc. in Uralic languages, both in individual languages and across (Uralic) languages, and we invite papers on more general issues, such as the 'Uralicness' of the case systems and cases.

 

Please send your anonymous abstract, maximum 2 pages (including examples and references, titled, e.g. anonymouskarelian.pdf), and the same abstract containing your data and named yournameabstract.pdf (e.g., SmithAbstract.pdf), by January 25, 2010 to the organizers Seppo Kittilä and Anne Tamm, seppo.kittila at helsinki.fi and anne.tamm at unifi.it . Authors will be notified about the acceptance status of their paper by January 31.

 

For updates and more information about the workshop, please consult our workspace at <http://uraliccasesystems.pbworks.com/>

The webpage of the main event (The 14th International Morphology Meeting) is found at <http://www.nytud.hu/imm14/>.

Since the participants of the workshop on Uralic case need to register to the main event, please consult the website for details of registration, accommodation, the venue, and several other practical issues.

 

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