NaP2019 – Number and plurality: cross-linguistic variation in the nominal domain (part of LinG2)


09:00-09:30 Registration
09:30-09:45 Introduction
09:45-10:45 Invited talk
Gennaro Chierchia: Universal Mass/Count structures and their consequences for number marking
11:10-11:50Pritha Chandra and Preeti Kumari: Plural Licensing & Meso-variation
11:50-12:30M. Rita Manzini: Morphosyntactic identity of count plural and mass N(P)s
Lunch break
14:00-14:40Scott Grimm and Peter Guekguezian: Plurality and Determinancy in Western Armenian
14:40-15:20Tacettin Turgay: Morphosyntax of Number in Turkish
15:50-16:30Peter R. Sutton and Hana Filip: Singular/Plural contrasts: The case of Informational Object Nouns
16:30-17:00Lightning talks
17:00-18:00Poster session

19:30Dinner at Restaurant Kepler, Geismar Landstraße 11
09:30-10:30Invited talk
Amy Rose Deal: Pluralization and Notional Mass Nouns: In search of semantic variation
10:30-11:10Helena Guerra Vicente and Daiane Ramires: The expression of number in Kaiowá (Tupí-Guaraní): alternatives and implicatures
11:40-12:20Roumyana Pancheva: The Bulgarian 'count' form is semantically singular
12:20-13:00Brigitta R. Schvarcz: Hungarian Nominalized Numerals are Plural Individuals
Lunch break
14:30-15:10Marcin Wągiel: Countability and spatial integrity in partitives
15:10-15:50Peter R. Sutton and Carol-Rose Little: The Finnish partitive in counting and measuring constructions
16:10-16:50Takanobu Nakamura: Distributivity within Nominal Domain and Kind Partition Readings
Concluding remarks