Version 0.30 April 14, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Ethnocultural revitalisation, linguistic repertoires and diasporic tensions: ‘old’ and ‘new’ Greek-speaking mobilities negotiating ethnolinguistic heterogeneity in post-2010 UK” by Petros Karatsareas.

Version 0.29 April 14, 2022

We released a new schedule version! The Coffee Break has been made explicit!

Version 0.28 April 13, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Lexical Variation in the Dialects of Malta and Gozo” by Michael Spagnol.

Version 0.27 April 13, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have moved a session around: “Macho or hipster? Pinpointing the essence of dynamic prestige in an advertising experiment.” by Stefan Grondelaers (April 14, 2022, 11:30 a.m. → April 14, 2022, 10:30 a.m.)

Version 0.26 April 13, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have moved a session around: “Macho or hipster? Pinpointing the essence of dynamic prestige in an advertising experiment.” by Stefan Grondelaers (April 12, 2022, 3:30 p.m., Room 6 → April 14, 2022, 11:30 a.m., Room 4).

Version 0.25 April 12, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.24 April 11, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Infinitive reduction as a variational phenomenon: The case of Corfiot Italian” by Johannes G. Mücke, Georgios Vardakis.

Version 0.23 April 11, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.22 April 11, 2022

Final version of the online schedule.

We have moved a session around: “Sound change reversal in context: Insights from production and perception” by Annette D'Onofrio (Room 1 → Room 2)

Version 0.21 April 8, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We sadly had to cancel a session: “„In Hanover (Germany), people speak the best standard German!?“ – The Myth of the “Best German” from an Inner and Outer Perspective” by Stefan Ehrlich.

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.20 April 7, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

Sadly, we had to cancel sessions:

  • “Variation in Standard Ukrainian: Space to Time” by Ruprecht von Waldenfels, Maria Shvedova
  • “Contemporary Scanian. Perspectives on a southern Swedish urban dialect and its young speakers.” by Greta Horn

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.19 April 7, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.18 April 5, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “Discussion” by Gregory R. Guy .

Sadly, we had to cancel sessions:

  • “The place of null-subjects in an Asian variety of Creole Portuguese” by Alan Baxter
  • “Style-shifting as a construction of adaptive linguistic styles: How do migrants use style to construct identity?” by María Clara von Essen

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.17 March 31, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “On the emergence and development of English as a youth language marker” by Melissa Schuring, Eline Zenner .

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Covariation between two phonological markers in three UK speech communities” by Carmen Ciancia, Peter L. Patrick.

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.16 March 31, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have new sessions!

Sadly, we had to cancel sessions:

  • “'My voice goes lower and more Scouse in school': stylistic variation of 'Scouse' repertoires by students in Merseyside” by Rachel Byrne
  • “"It won't get no nicer than that": Re-evaluating the social utility of nonstandard grammar” by Emma Moore

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.15 March 31, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

Sadly, we had to cancel sessions:

  • “Dialectal variation in Greek Sign Language (GSL): The emergence of markers and stereotypes.” by Vasiliki Zacharopoulou, Klimis Antzakas, Dimitris Papazachariou
  • “The speed of lexical change for emotion concepts in Dutch: a quantitative study” by Dirk Geeraerts, Dirk Speelman, Karlien Franco
  • “Negative structures in Neo-standard Italian: non è che (‘it is not that’) + S and mica (‘a crumb’) in comparison” by Federica Guerini

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.14 March 30, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.13 March 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “Introduction” by Anja Wittibschlager, Alexander Werth, Lars Bülow .

We have moved a session around: “Variation and change of constructions expressing adnominal possession in the dialects of Austria. Results of an indirect questionnaire study” by Lars Bülow (April 12, 2022, 11 a.m. → April 12, 2022, 11:10 a.m.)

Version 0.12 March 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

Sadly, we had to cancel sessions:

  • “Belgian Dutch children’s preferences for English-sounding neologisms: an experimental approach” by Gillian Roberts, Eline Zenner, Laura Rosseel
  • “Introduction” by Anja Wittibschlager, Alexander Werth, Lars Bülow

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.11 March 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.10 March 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We sadly had to cancel a session: “On the relation between language acquisition, self-assessment and linguistic behavior” by Brigitte Ganswindt, Tillmann Pistor, Juliane Limper.

Version 0.9 March 25, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “Variation and change of constructions expressing adnominal possession in the dialects of Austria. Results of an indirect questionnaire study” by Lars Bülow .

We sadly had to cancel a session: “The adnominal expression of possession in German across areas and speech levels – polysemy, interpretation, macro-patterns” by Simon Kasper.

Version 0.8 March 24, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “Opening Ceremony” by ICLaVE|11 .

Version 0.7 March 24, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

Version 0.6 March 22, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Attitudes towards ethnolects in Swiss-German speaking children” by Melanie Röthlisberger.

Version 0.5 March 17, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “Discussion” by Jan Luttenberger .

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Bristol English: Geopositioning and acoustic base of folk perceptions” by Katiuska Mara Ferrer Portillo.

Version 0.4 March 8, 2022

Preliminary Version

We have a new session: “Poster Session” by Thomas Schmidt, Hans Van de Velde, Maria Flaksman, Eline Zenner, Péter Jeszenszky, Melissa Schuring, Jan Gorisch, Adrian Leemann, Melanie Studerus, Carina Steiner, Sandra Widmer Beierlein, Nantke Pecht, Robert Lange, Gintare Gelunaite-Malinauskiene, Maike Rocker, Christine Graeppi, Maggie Bullock, Francesca Nicora, Agnes Kim, Lorea Unamuno, Bianca Sell, Ljubica Leone, Martin Fuchs, Chiara Meluzzi, Christian Paga, Anca Bibiri, Gorka Basterretxea Santiso, Berta Badia-Barrera, Wilbert Heeringa, Raoul Buurke, Anne-France Pinget, Cesko Voeten, Mihaela Mocanu, Paz González, Maria Schinko, Lea Bauernfeind .

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.3 March 4, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Variation and change in filled pauses across the lifespan” by Mirjam Eiswirth.

Version 0.2 March 4, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “Discussion 'Standard Language in Austria: Towards a new agenda (with language users taking the lead)” by Alexandra N. Lenz .

Sadly, we had to cancel sessions:

  • “Good English andor Good Dutch - Language Quality as a Proxy War for Local Language Promotion or English-Medium Instruction” by Pablo Lourenzo Quatra
  • “Sources of variation in fallibility to grammatical illusions” by Natalia Mitrofanova, Marit Westergaard, Evelina Leivada

We have moved a session around: “Global English, Kingdom Dutch and the national language: (De)selecting languages in higher education in the southern Dutch Caribbean” by Eric Mijts (April 13, 2022, noon → April 13, 2022, 11:30 a.m.)

Version 0.1 March 2, 2022

The first schedule - still subject to changes - has been made public.