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09:00
09:00
30min
A trend and panel study of GOOSE-fronting in Received Pronunciation
Jose A. Mompean, Sandra Jansen

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Language Change
Room 4
09:00
30min
Challenging views about nonstandard language in education to harness the power of talk for learning
Julia Snell

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/96842798018

Panel: Young speakers, nonstandard language and language ideologies in the classroom
Room 3
09:00
30min
Continuity or discontinuity in dialect use: When the speech of the son is more dialectal than his mother’s
Miklós Németh, Balázs Sinkovics

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/68933130633

Sounds of Variation I
Room 5
09:00
30min
Exploring the commemorative streetscape through time and space
Małgorzata Fabiszak, Seraphim Alvanides, Patryk Dobkiewicz, Isabelle Buchstaller

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61238966467

Historical Dimensions
Room 6
09:00
30min
Panel's Introduction
Henrique Monteagudo, Carla Amorós-Negre

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Panel: European standard language culture. Comparative standardology in the 21s century: theoretical and methodological challenges
Room 1
09:30
09:30
30min
Analysing acoustic vowel dynamics in crowd-sourced data: Ongoing sound changes in Luxembourgish
Peter Gilles

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Language Change
Room 4
09:30
30min
French Language Columns and ‘Le bon usage’: Attitudes towards Standard and Non-Standard Usages in 20th-Century France
Olivia Walsh

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Panel: European standard language culture. Comparative standardology in the 21s century: theoretical and methodological challenges
Room 1
09:30
30min
Social correlates of variation in a rural Basque town: Investigating Regional Dialect Levelling and language attitudes
Azler Garcia

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/68933130633

Sounds of Variation I
Room 5
09:30
30min
Urban peasants and fishmongers – how rural dialects remained ‘in business’ in inner-city Copenhagen
Pia Quist

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61238966467

Historical Dimensions
Room 6
09:30
30min
‘Word gaps’, raciolinguistic ideologies and the re-normalisation of deficit discourses in England’s schools
Ian Cushing

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/96842798018

Panel: Young speakers, nonstandard language and language ideologies in the classroom
Room 3
10:00
10:00
30min
Contact Tracing in Damaskini
Ivan Šimko

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61238966467

Historical Dimensions
Room 6
10:00
30min
Scouse in school: enregisterment of Liverpool English and dominant language ideologies at the Wirral
Sofia Lampropoulou, Rachel Byrne, Paul Cooper

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/96842798018

Panel: Young speakers, nonstandard language and language ideologies in the classroom
Room 3
10:00
30min
Standardization in Portuguese: pan-lusophone or pluricentric codification?
Augusto Soares da Silva

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Panel: European standard language culture. Comparative standardology in the 21s century: theoretical and methodological challenges
Room 1
10:30
10:30
30min
Coffee Break
Room 1
10:30
30min
Coffee Break
Room 2
10:30
30min
Coffee Break
Room 3
10:30
30min
Coffee Break
Room 4
10:30
30min
Coffee Break
Room 5
10:30
30min
Coffee Break
Room 6
11:00
11:00
30min
"My dialect is awesome!" - Dialect attitudes among lower secondary school pupils in Hedmark, Norway
Gunhild Kværness

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61238966467

Attitudes I
Room 6
11:00
30min
Capitalizing on nonstandard varieties for critical literacy in the face of diglossia.
Stavroula Tsiplakou

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/96842798018

Panel: Young speakers, nonstandard language and language ideologies in the classroom
Room 3
11:00
30min
Connecting variationist lexicography, grammatology, and psycholinguistics
Eva Wittenberg

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/68933130633

Experimental Methods
Room 5
11:00
10min
Introduction
Alexander Werth, Lars Bülow, Anja Wittibschlager

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61372676175

Panel: Structures of Adnominal Possession in German Varieties – Factors of Variation and Change
Room 2
11:00
30min
Multilingualism, Pluricentricity and the Search for Legitimacy: Discourses of Standardisation in Catalan- and Occitan-speaking France
James Hawkey

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Panel: European standard language culture. Comparative standardology in the 21s century: theoretical and methodological challenges
Room 1
11:00
30min
“Gemma Kino?!” – “Let’s go change?” The non-use of prepositions as indexical sign in the socio-semiotic landscape
Nadja Kerschhofer-Puhalo

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Indexicality
Room 4
11:10
11:10
20min
Variation and change of constructions expressing adnominal possession in the dialects of Austria. Results of an indirect questionnaire study
Lars Bülow

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61372676175

Panel: Structures of Adnominal Possession in German Varieties – Factors of Variation and Change
Room 2
11:30
11:30
30min
Cognitive Load and Style Control: Examining the Role of Non-Standard Dialect Usage in Working-Class Children’s Educational Outcomes
Katie Mansfield

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/96842798018

Panel: Young speakers, nonstandard language and language ideologies in the classroom
Room 3
11:30
30min
Does 'he dived' take longer than 'he dove'? An experimental approach to iconicity in past tense morphology.
Laura Rosseel, Isabeau De Smet

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/68933130633

Experimental Methods
Room 5
11:30
30min
Gender and Liaison in French: a Paradox within a Paradox?
David Hornsby

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Indexicality
Room 4
11:30
30min
Internal migrations and linguistic stereotypes in Italian schoolchildren
Chiara Meluzzi

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61238966467

Attitudes I
Room 6
11:30
30min
Pragmatics is key: A multidimensional analysis of adnominal possession in Austria
Philip Vergeiner, Pamela Goryczka

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61372676175

Panel: Structures of Adnominal Possession in German Varieties – Factors of Variation and Change
Room 2
11:30
30min
Towards a framework for the comparative study of minority language standardization
Jeroen Darquennes

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Panel: European standard language culture. Comparative standardology in the 21s century: theoretical and methodological challenges
Room 1
12:00
12:00
30min
Adnominal possession in Swiss German with a special focus on the highest Alemannic dialect of the Lötschental
Gabriela Bart

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61372676175

Panel: Structures of Adnominal Possession in German Varieties – Factors of Variation and Change
Room 2
12:00
30min
Picture Naming in Swiss Bivarietal Speakers
Sandra Widmer Beierlein

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/68933130633

Experimental Methods
Room 5
12:00
30min
Southern French and performance of competence and localness in political speech
Célia Richy

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Indexicality
Room 4
12:00
30min
Teachers’ views on perceived non-standard features in L2 English among young Norwegian learners
Eliane Lorenz, Eivind Torgersen

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/96842798018

Panel: Young speakers, nonstandard language and language ideologies in the classroom
Room 3
12:00
30min
The Role of the Factors "Proximity" and "Distance" for the Evaluation of Dialects in Austria
Rita Stiglbauer

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61238966467

Attitudes II
Room 6
12:00
30min
Voices of Authority: Perceptions of ‘Dialect’ and ‘Standard’ among young Norwegians
Unn Røyneland

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Panel: European standard language culture. Comparative standardology in the 21s century: theoretical and methodological challenges
Room 1
12:30
12:30
30min
Discussion
Stefan Grondelaers

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Panel: European standard language culture. Comparative standardology in the 21s century: theoretical and methodological challenges
Room 1
12:30
30min
Discussion
Stephan Elspaß

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61372676175

Panel: Structures of Adnominal Possession in German Varieties – Factors of Variation and Change
Room 2
12:30
30min
Discussion
Julia Snell

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/96842798018

Panel: Young speakers, nonstandard language and language ideologies in the classroom
Room 3
12:30
30min
Language attitudes towards speech stimuli and geographic locations in South East England: Britain’s hierarchy of accents continues to disadvantage the working class and/or ethnic minority speakers.
Amanda Cole

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61238966467

Attitudes I
Room 6
12:30
30min
The role of dialect in the era of standardisation – dialect shifts in interaction
Jenny Nilsson

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Indexicality
Room 4
13:00
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 1
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 2
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 3
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 4
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 5
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 6
14:30
14:30
30min
Beyond the NP-Pro constraint: factors governing the use of third person present tense zero in Norwich English
Laura Rupp, David Britain

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation II
Room 4
14:30
30min
Can language attitudes be changed through German lessons? An intervention study in Salzburg and the adjacent Bavaria.
Eugen Unterberger

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61238966467

Attitudes II
Room 6
14:30
30min
Devil in the details: Georeferencing the historical dialect corpora of German
Thomas Schmidt, Josef Ruppenhofer

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/68933130633

Computational Approaches
Room 5
14:30
30min
Lexical variation in a nutshell: The sociolinguistics of Luxembourgish football language
François Conrad

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/96842798018

Words of Variation
Room 3
14:30
30min
Selecting representative survey sites from a large-scale dialectological study: A comparison of clustering methods
Adrian Leemann, Jan Messerli, Melanie Studerus, Carina Steiner, Péter Jeszenszky

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Dialectromy I
Room 1
15:00
15:00
30min
Degrees of non-standardness. Feature-based analysis of variation in a Torlak dialect corpus
Barbara Sonnenhauser, Anastasia Makarova, Teodora Vuković

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Dialectromy I
Room 1
15:00
30min
Influencers, rappers, politicians, or what's authentic internet register? A study on Polish and Czech YouTube comments
Aleksej Tikhonov

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/68933130633

Computational Approaches
Room 5
15:00
30min
Self-evaluation of French regional accents and changing prestige
Chloé Vincent

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61238966467

Attitudes II
Room 6
15:00
30min
Stylistic management of Basque variation in Instagram: is there a weakening of standard language ideology?
Jokin Aiestaran, Agurtzane Elordui

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61372676175

Standards I
Room 2
15:00
30min
Variation in particles used in Yes/No questions in Ukrainian language and factors impacting it.
ILIA UCHITEL

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation I
Room 4
15:00
30min
Variation with and without prescriptivism: The case of the Greek word for ‘coronavirus’
Thodoris Paraskevas, Costas Mourlas, Spiros A. Moschonas

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/96842798018

Words of Variation
Room 3
15:30
15:30
30min
Differential object marking in Catalan: emergence and expansion from Old Catalan to nowadays
Anna Pineda

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation I
Room 4
15:30
30min
Revising the Algemene Nederlandse Spraakkunst: a typology of national variation in the grammar of Standard Dutch
Arne Dhondt

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61372676175

Standards I
Room 2
15:30
30min
Standardization in practice? Individual norm adaptation in Luxembourgish online news comments
Christoph Purschke

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/68933130633

Computational Approaches
Room 5
15:30
30min
Using geographic regression to analyse linguistic diversity: The interplay of language-internal and -external factors
John Huisman, Roeland van Hout, Karlien Franco

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Dialectromy I
Room 1
16:00
16:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 1
16:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 2
16:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 3
16:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 4
16:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 5
16:00
30min
Coffee Breaks
Room 6
16:30
16:30
30min
Detecting spatial effects of contact-induced vs. language-internal variation: a dialectometric approach to Cappadocian Greek
Dimitra Melissaropoulou, Stavros Bompolas

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Dialectromy II
Room 1
16:30
30min
Diminutive variation in rural Austria: evidence from experimental and naturalistic settings
Katharina Korecky-Kröll

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation I
Room 4
16:30
30min
Language Ideologies and Pluricentricity in German Foreign Language Teaching
Julia Ruck

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61372676175

Standards II
Room 2
16:30
30min
The FAIR Principles - an important challenge to variational linguistics
Christina Mutter

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/68933130633

Data Managment
Room 5
16:30
30min
‘Wel’ is doing well: competition in the West Flemish community of practice
Giuseppe Magistro, Melissa Farasyn

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/96842798018

Pragmatics
Room 3
17:00
17:00
30min
Category-specific conjunctions in a European minority language
Sara Arndt, Ariana Bancu

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation II
Room 4
17:00
30min
Exploring the Levenshtein Distance as a measure of intelligibility of foreign accents
María Ángeles Jurado-Bravo

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Dialectromy II
Room 1
17:00
30min
Language Variation in L2 German Learning: A Case Study of a Sociolinguistics Course on Austrian German
Charles Webster

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61372676175

Standards II
Room 2
17:00
30min
Unifying Heterogeneous Dialect Dictionaries Structures for Scientific and Laic Usage whilst Providing FAIR Data Principles
Manuel Raaf

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/68933130633

Data Managment
Room 5
17:00
30min
’No vezi dialu ăla?/Do you see that hill?’ A sociolinguistics study on the functions and social impact of the discourse-pragmatic marker no
Iulia Boldis

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/96842798018

Pragmatics
Room 3
17:30
17:30
30min
Grammatical variation and, uh, cognitive load: Not so correlated
Benedikt Szmrecsanyi, Matt Hunt Gardner

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/66752109715

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation II
Room 4
17:30
30min
Quantifying the non-standardness of British English accents using human- and computer-based inter-sample distance metrics
Dominic Watt

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/92622491216

Dialectromy II
Room 1
09:00
09:00
30min
Becoming local: the role of strong ties in long-term accommodation
Andrin Büchler

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/64927958308

Accommodation
Room 3
09:00
30min
Diachronic development of the weak feminine declension in German vernaculars
Nathalie Fromm

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69376737573

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation V
Room 5
09:00
30min
Double Standards? Stigmatization and Prestige in Istanbul Greek
Matthew Hadodo

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61206604257

Sociophonetics I
Room 4
09:00
30min
Identifying ‘varieties’ of Dutch: theory, methods, and perspectives
Anne-Sophie Ghyselen, Gunther De Vogelaer

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69513851657

Panel: Inter-varietal distinctiveness: How to distinguish and structure varieties
Room 1
09:00
30min
The Sprachmeister as “foreign language maker” in early modern Europe: the making of French and Dutch for German-speaking learners
Ulrike Vogl, Matthias Hüning

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/94802381926

Panel: On „foreign language making“: selecting language varieties for educational purposes
Room 2
09:30
09:30
30min
Communicating across educational boundaries: Accommodation patterns in adolescents' online interactions
Reinhild Vandekerckhove, Lisa Hilte

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/64927958308

Accommodation
Room 3
09:30
30min
Competing Contributions to Language Making: Learners of Spanish in Berlin
Philipp Krämer

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/94802381926

Panel: On „foreign language making“: selecting language varieties for educational purposes
Room 2
09:30
30min
Competing markers for the Progressive meaning: A diachronic corpus study of the Present Progressive and the Simple Present markers in Peninsular Spanish
Martin Fuchs

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69376737573

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation IV
Room 5
09:30
30min
Lexical frequency effects in Italian VOT: Minority vs. Majority language effects
Chiara Celata, Naomi Nagy

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61206604257

Sociophonetics I
Room 4
09:30
30min
‘Horizontal’ and ‘vertical’ varietal structures in Western Austria
Philip Vergeiner, Dominik Wallner, Jan Luttenberger, Johanna Fanta-Jende

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69513851657

Panel: Inter-varietal distinctiveness: How to distinguish and structure varieties
Room 1
10:00
10:00
30min
A comparison of contemporary normalization methods for time-dynamic vowels
Hans Van de Velde, Wilbert Heeringa, Cesko Voeten

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61206604257

Sociophonetics I
Room 4
10:00
30min
Constituent order in Serbian Sign Language
Mieke Van Herreweghe, Myriam Vermeerbergen, Adam Schembri, Dragana Raicevic Bajic

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69376737573

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Varation III
Room 5
10:00
30min
Italiano popolare: the distinctiveness of an obsolescing variety
Massimo Cerruti

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69513851657

Panel: Inter-varietal distinctiveness: How to distinguish and structure varieties
Room 1
10:00
30min
The making of Dutch at universities extra muros: a teachers‘ perspective
Truus De Wilde

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/94802381926

Panel: On „foreign language making“: selecting language varieties for educational purposes
Room 2
10:30
10:30
30min
Coffee Break
Room 1
10:30
30min
Coffee Break
Room 2
10:30
30min
Coffee Break
Room 3
10:30
25min
Coffee Break
Room 4
10:30
30min
Coffee Break
Room 5
11:00
11:00
30min
Fricative duration in multiethnolectal Zurich German: A comparison between read and spontaneous speech
Stephan Schmid, Sandra Schwab, Seraina Nadig, Melissa Bruno, Marie-Anne Morand

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61206604257

Sociophonetics II
Room 4
11:00
30min
Stylistic variation and the possessive construction in Welsh
Jon Morris, Mercedes Durham, Katharine Young

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69376737573

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Varation III
Room 5
11:00
30min
The Structure of Diatopic Variations in the Lithuanian Language
Vytautas Kardelis, Christa Schneider

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69513851657

Panel: Inter-varietal distinctiveness: How to distinguish and structure varieties
Room 1
11:00
30min
Varying voices: Constructing the making of German in higher education in Finland
Leena Kolehmainen

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/94802381926

Panel: On „foreign language making“: selecting language varieties for educational purposes
Room 2
11:00
30min
“wenn Ø bloß Schwäbisch kãsch” / ‘if you can only speak Swabian’: Null subjects in real- and apparent-time
Karen V. Beaman

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/64927958308

Panel: Cross-language approaches to null subjects
Room 3
11:30
11:30
30min
Global English, Kingdom Dutch and the national language: (De)selecting languages in higher education in the southern Dutch Caribbean
Eric Mijts

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/94802381926

Panel: On „foreign language making“: selecting language varieties for educational purposes
Room 2
11:30
30min
Insights into the development of lateral palatalization from the Greek of Greek-Canadians
Dimitris Papazachariou, Panayiotis Pappas

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61206604257

Sociophonetics II
Room 4
11:30
30min
Local person referents and the role of politeness: Comparing variable subject pronouns in Spanish and Persian
Aria Adli

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/64927958308

Panel: Cross-language approaches to null subjects
Room 3
11:30
30min
Reconstructing varieties from conversational data
Jens Lanwer, Timo Schürmann

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69513851657

Panel: Inter-varietal distinctiveness: How to distinguish and structure varieties
Room 1
12:00
12:00
30min
Differences in vowel quantity among German Dialects
Alfred Lameli, Samantha Link

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61206604257

Sociophonetics II
Room 4
12:00
30min
Discussion
Jan Luttenberger

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69513851657

Panel: Inter-varietal distinctiveness: How to distinguish and structure varieties
Room 1
12:00
30min
Noun plural marking in Swiss German – a system in change?
Adrian Leemann, Melanie Studerus, Jan Messerli, Péter Jeszenszky, Carina Steiner

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69376737573

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation IV
Room 5
12:00
30min
Prodrop in Six Languages: Very similar and not influenced by English contact
Naomi Nagy

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/64927958308

Panel: Cross-language approaches to null subjects
Room 3
12:30
12:30
30min
Methods for analysing vowel formant change in transmasculine speakers during hormone replacement therapy
Max Reuvers, Remco Knooihuizen

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61206604257

Sociophonetics II
Room 4
12:30
30min
Null subjects in Brazil and Portugal: dialect comparison as a window to diachrony
Gregory R. Guy

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/64927958308

Panel: Cross-language approaches to null subjects
Room 3
12:30
30min
The morphophonological personal pronoun variable (tin)of the South-Greek dialect of Agrinio: acoustic analysis within the framework of Dialect Contact
Xanthi Katsanta

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69376737573

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation IV
Room 5
13:00
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 1
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 2
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 3
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 4
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 5
14:30
14:30
30min
A corpus for research on diatopic variation in Standard German: Design and user interface of the ZDL-Regionalkorpus
Alexander Geyken, Andreas Nolda

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/94802381926

Multimedia Presentations
Room 2
14:30
30min
Dialect/standard variety convergence along the German/Austrian border
Markus Kunzmann

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69513851657

Variation on the Border
Room 1
14:30
30min
Frequency and the role of constructions in variable subject expression
Rena Torres Cacoullos, Catherine Travis

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/64927958308

Panel: Cross-language approaches to null subjects
Room 3
14:30
30min
Individual style as a factor in syntactic variation and change
Oliver Currie

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69376737573

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation V
Room 5
14:30
30min
Revisiting Pfalz's data and results on the timing of vowel and consonant sequences in Central Bavarian using contemporary phonetic methods
Nicola Klingler

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61206604257

Sociophonetics III
Room 4
15:00
15:00
30min
Beyond Verb Type: The Effect of the Verb on Subject Pronoun Expression
Rafael Orozco

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/64927958308

Panel: Cross-language approaches to null subjects
Room 3
15:00
30min
Interplay of accommodation and place loyalty
Susanne Oberholzer

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69513851657

Variation on the Border
Room 1
15:00
30min
Past counterfactuals in Pomerano: A privileged view into clausal cartography
Göz Kaufmann

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69376737573

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Varation III
Room 5
15:00
30min
Register Differences in Vowel Dispersion in Formal and Informal Situations
Gediminas Schüppenhauer, Stefanie Jannedy, Melanie Weirich, Daniel Duran

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61206604257

Sociophonetics III
Room 4
15:00
30min
The Audio-Visual Linguistic Atlas of Bukovina (ALAB) – a multidimensional platform for analising Romanian dialectal variation
Veronica Olariu, Florin-Teodor Olariu

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/94802381926

Multimedia Presentations
Room 2
15:30
15:30
30min
Diachrony of Basque negation: analogy, potentiality and word order change
Iker Salaberri

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69376737573

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation V
Room 5
15:30
30min
Discussion
Gregory R. Guy

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/64927958308

Panel: Cross-language approaches to null subjects
Room 3
15:30
30min
Historical Dialect Dictionaries and Their Corpora as Data Basis for Language Variation – a Multimedia Tour of the WBÖ and its Research Platform LIÖ
David Gschösser, Sabine Wahl

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/94802381926

Multimedia Presentations
Room 2
15:30
30min
Variation and change within a border area: the case of the Basque language
Maitena Duhalde, Sergio Monforte

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69513851657

Variation on the Border
Room 1
15:30
30min
Women use sustained pitch more than men in Spanish
Wendy Elvira-García

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61206604257

Sociophonetics III
Room 4
16:30
16:30
60min
Never have I ever changed my syntactic system
Carlota de Benito Moreno

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69513851657

Room 1
17:30
17:30
90min
Poster Session
Hans Van de Velde, Wilbert Heeringa, Sandra Widmer Beierlein, Raoul Buurke, Carina Steiner, Melanie Studerus, Adrian Leemann, Péter Jeszenszky, Maike Rocker, Nantke Pecht, Eline Zenner, Melissa Schuring, Paz González, Martin Fuchs, Maria Flaksman, Bianca Sell, Robert Lange, Maggie Bullock, Lorea Unamuno, Ljubica Leone, Lea Bauernfeind, Thomas Schmidt, Jan Gorisch, Gorka Basterretxea Santiso, Gintare Gelunaite-Malinauskiene, Chiara Meluzzi, Francesca Nicora, Christine Graeppi, Christian Paga, Cesko Voeten, Berta Badia-Barrera, Mihaela Mocanu, Anca Bibiri, Maria Schinko, Agnes Kim, Anne-France Pinget

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https://univienna.zoom.us/j/69377540489

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Room 1
09:00
09:00
30min
Code-mixing in Dutch youths’ computer-mediated communication: Understanding the complexity and multifunctionality of English in Dutch CMC
Roeland van Hout, Lieke Verheijen

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62425851719

CMC and Variation in Writing
Room 3
09:00
30min
Cross-linguistic areal patterns in non-standard grammar: Northern Germany and the Nordics
Nina Sternitzke, Steffen Höder, Sabrina Goll

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61640481835

Areal Variation
Room 5
09:00
30min
Language change and language variation in relative clause formation: evidence from (Early) New High German
Ann-Marie Moser

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/91668299614

Historical Corpus
Room 4
09:00
30min
Social variation in spoken Italian: the case of the subjunctive
Massimo Cerruti, Silvia Ballarè

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62201332493

Panel: Sociolinguistic variation in contemporary Italian
Room 2
09:00
30min
“Panel Introduction: How to deal with ‘standard language’ in Austria (and elsewhere)”
Barbara Soukup

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/63837206386

Panel: Standard language in Austria: Towards a new agenda (with language users taking the lead)
Room 1
09:30
09:30
30min
Approaching 'standardness' from a perceptual perspective: Results from Austria
Wolfgang Koppensteiner

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/63837206386

Panel: Standard language in Austria: Towards a new agenda (with language users taking the lead)
Room 1
09:30
30min
Dialect or not? How to identify the use of dialect in written online communication
Alexander Glück, Jennifer-Carmen Frey, Aivars Glaznieks

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62425851719

CMC and Variation in Writing
Room 3
09:30
30min
Meissen or Vienna? – A framesemantic approach to the historical language standardization discourse in the 18th century.
Verena Sauer

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/91668299614

Historical Corpus
Room 4
09:30
30min
Spatial Tendencies of Assimilation in German
Matthias Hahn

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61640481835

Areal Variation
Room 5
09:30
30min
The new 'ne': an ongoing restandardization process in contemporary Italian
Emanuele Miola

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62201332493

Panel: Sociolinguistic variation in contemporary Italian
Room 2
10:00
10:00
30min
Coherence and lexical variation in Neostandard Italian: A sociolectrometric analysis
Stefano De Pascale, Stefania Marzo

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62201332493

Panel: Sociolinguistic variation in contemporary Italian
Room 2
10:00
30min
Negotiation of Standard Concepts in the Press Discourse of the Austrian Monarchy
Jan Höll

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/91668299614

Historical Corpus
Room 4
10:00
30min
Perception of and attitudes towards standard and non-standard German in the context of teaching at Viennese universities
Lisa Krammer

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/63837206386

Panel: Standard language in Austria: Towards a new agenda (with language users taking the lead)
Room 1
10:00
30min
The Digital Lexical Atlas of Scotland: Innovations in the Methodology for Researching the Vocabulary of Scots
John Kirk

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61640481835

Areal Variation
Room 5
10:00
30min
What can big data tell us about the social meaning of language variation? A case study on socially meaningful spelling variation in English
Dong Nguyen, Laura Rosseel

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62425851719

CMC and Variation in Writing
Room 3
10:30
10:30
30min
Austrian ‘shibboleths’ – Analyses on language use, attitudes and perception
Rita Stiglbauer, Katharina Kranawetter, Amelie Dorn

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/63837206386

Panel: Standard language in Austria: Towards a new agenda (with language users taking the lead)
Room 1
10:30
30min
Macho or hipster? Pinpointing the essence of dynamic prestige in an advertising experiment.
Stefan Grondelaers

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61238966467

Attitudes I
Room 4
10:30
30min
Mid vowels at the crossroads between standard and regional Italian
Daniela Mereu, Alessandro Vietti

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62201332493

Panel: Sociolinguistic variation in contemporary Italian
Room 2
10:30
30min
U Ok Hun?: The Digital commodification of White Woman Style
Christian Ilbury

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62425851719

CMC and Variation in Writing
Room 3
10:30
30min
Variation and Change in the Morpho-Syntax of the Regional Languages of German
Simon Kasper, Jeffrey Pheiff

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61640481835

Areal Variation
Room 5
11:00
11:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 1
11:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 2
11:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 3
11:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 4
11:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 5
11:30
11:30
30min
(Standard) German in Austria: Areal-horizontal and vertical-social variation ‘on the ground’
Johanna Fanta-Jende, Katharina Korecky-Kröll, Anja Wittibschlager

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/63837206386

Panel: Standard language in Austria: Towards a new agenda (with language users taking the lead)
Room 1
11:30
30min
Age-based perception of linguistic variability in Tyneside English: Towards a lifespan perspective on language processing
Johanna Mechler

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62425851719

Aspects of perception and Indexicality I
Room 3
11:30
30min
The intonation of neighboring varieties in Campania
Claudia Crocco, Violetta Cataldo

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62201332493

Panel: Sociolinguistic variation in contemporary Italian
Room 2
12:00
12:00
30min
Conceptualisations of Austrian German among Austrian teachers and students
Jutta Ransmayr

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/63837206386

Panel: Standard language in Austria: Towards a new agenda (with language users taking the lead)
Room 1
12:00
30min
Discussion
Massimo Cerruti, Silvia Ballarè

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62201332493

Panel: Sociolinguistic variation in contemporary Italian
Room 2
12:00
30min
Intralanguage and interlanguage variation and attitudes in Slovene cities
Maja Bitenc

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61640481835

Communities I
Room 5
12:00
30min
Social Meaning in Archival Interaction: A mixed-methods analysis of variation in rhoticity and past tense BE in Oldham
Rob Drummond, Sadie Ryan, Holly Dann

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62425851719

Aspects of perception and Indexicality I
Room 3
12:30
12:30
30min
Discussion 'Standard Language in Austria: Towards a new agenda (with language users taking the lead)
Alexandra N. Lenz

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/63837206386

Panel: Standard language in Austria: Towards a new agenda (with language users taking the lead)
Room 1
12:30
30min
On the cusp: Greek language maintenance and postvernacularity in Western Canada
Evangelia Daskalaki, Panayiotis Pappas

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61640481835

Communities I
Room 5
12:30
30min
Pronoun exchange in the North East of England: Localised patterns in production and perception
Dominic Watt, Carmen Llamas, Claire Childs

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62425851719

Aspects of perception and Indexicality I
Room 3
13:00
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 1
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 2
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 3
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 4
13:00
90min
Lunch Break
Room 5
14:30
14:30
30min
Diglossic translanguaging: How Jewish speakers in Berlin perceive and explain their linguistic choices
Esther Jahns

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/91668299614

Contacts
Room 4
14:30
30min
Investigating ‘language regard’ through Exploratory Practice as a form of Citizen Science – insights from a case study
Johanna Vaattovaara

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61640481835

Communities II
Room 5
14:30
30min
Life span change – insights from a panel study in East Middle German
Simon Oppermann, Beat Siebenhaar

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/63837206386

Life Span Changes
Room 1
14:30
30min
Modelling phonological intelligibility in English as a lingua franca communication: the contribution of co-text, context and various listener factors
Veronika Thir

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62425851719

Aspects of perception and Indexicality II
Room 3
14:30
30min
On the emergence and development of English as a youth language marker
Eline Zenner, Melissa Schuring

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62201332493

Methods
Room 2
15:00
15:00
30min
Dutch-German Language Contact in a Mining Community
Nantke Pecht

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/91668299614

Contacts
Room 4
15:00
30min
Life-span trajectories in the realization of (ING): A dynamic perspective
Isabelle Buchstaller, Lea Bauernfeind, Mirjam Eiswirth, Johanna Mechler, James Grama

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/63837206386

Life Span Changes
Room 1
15:00
30min
The future of register studies: A case study on the role of register in the choice of future markers in English
Alexandra Engel

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62201332493

Methods
Room 2
15:00
30min
Uncoupling variation and community: Multilingual individuals and Transient International Groups
Marie-Luise Pitzl

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61640481835

Communities II
Room 5
15:00
30min
Why are -ing and -in’ processed differently? Exploring a processing asymmetry between canonical and noncanonical variants
Yosiane White

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62425851719

Aspects of perception and Indexicality II
Room 3
15:30
15:30
30min
Perceptions of female sexual orientation: F0 perceptions and the importance of listener identity
Salina Cuddy

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62425851719

Aspects of perception and Indexicality II
Room 3
15:30
30min
The Central European Linguistic Area in the making – Diachronic perspectives on selected constructions
Agnes Kim

https://oeaw-ac-at.zoom.us/j/91668299614

Contacts
Room 4
15:30
30min
The role of social meaning in the emergence of indexicality
Gareth Roberts, Aini Li

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62201332493

Methods
Room 2
15:30
30min
Variation and Belonging. The Use of Variation in Tourism for Indicating Forms of Belonging
Heike Ortner, Monika Dannerer

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/61640481835

Communities II
Room 5
16:00
16:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 1
16:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 2
16:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 3
16:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 4
16:00
30min
Coffee Break
Room 5
16:30
16:30
60min
Sound change reversal in context: Insights from production and perception
Annette D'Onofrio

https://univienna.zoom.us/j/62201332493

Room 2
17:30
17:30
30min
Closing Ceremony
Room 2