Programme (workshop III)

Main organisers: Hamida Demirdache & Janet Grijzenhout

Date: 14 March
Location: Matthias de Vrieshof 4 / room 008 A*

*Please note that you will need to register beforehand in the main entrance of the Lipsius building, where you will also receive your conference folders. The registration desk is open from 8.30 – 9.00.

Morning session

Chair: Janet Grijzenhout
University of Konstanz

 8.45-9.00 WELCOME & INTRODUCTION
9.00-10.00 Invited speaker: Silvina Montrul
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Native speakers, interrupted
10.00-10.20 COFFEE BREAK
10.20-10.55 1Artemis Alexiadou & 2Terje Lohndal
1Humboldt & Leibniz-ZAS, 2NTNU & UiT
Heritage languages and urban vernaculars: A case-study of verb placement
10.55-11.30 Brechje van Osch, Suzanne Aalberse, Aafke Hulk & Petra Sleeman
University of Amsterdam
Explicit knowledge on subject position in L2 and heritage Spanish in the Netherlands
11.30-12.05 1Esther Rinke, 2Cristina Flores & 2Barbosa Pilar
1University of Frankfurt, 2University of Minho
Null objects in Heritage Portuguese
12.05-12.35 Jiyoung Choi & Hamida Demirdache
University of Nantes
Experimentally investigating intervention effects in adult, child and Heritage Korean
12.35-14.00 LUNCH

Afternoon session

Chair: Jiyoung Choi
University of Nantes

14.00-14.35 1Stefano Quaglia, 1,2Tanja Kupisch & 1Anika Lloyd-Smith
1University of Konstanz, 2UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Language dominance, structural complexity and variation: competing factors in the acceptability of Italian embedded wh-questions
14.35-15.10 Kristin Melum Eide
NTNU: Norweigian University of Science and Technology
Chasing the overlap: Heritage language, multiple grammars, selection and convergence
15.10-15.45 1Fuchs Zuzanna, 2Gregory Scontras & 3Maria Polinsky
1Harvard University, 2University of California, 3University of Maryland
Restructuring in heritage grammars
15.45-16.05 COFFEE BREAK
16.05-16.40 1Jacopo Torregrossa, 2Maria Andreou, 2Christiane Bongartz & 3Ianthi Maria Tsimpli
1University of Hamburg, 2University of Cologne, 3University of Cambridge
Pinning down the role of type of Bilingualism in the Development of Referential Strategies
16.40-17.30 DISCUSSION
Chair: Hamida Demirdache
University of Nantes

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