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200 Years of Indo-European (Craven Seminar 2013)

Friday 31st May and Saturday 1st June 2013


Programme

Friday 31st May

Chair: Geoff Horrocks

2.00 Olav Hackstein Semantic Structure and Irregular Phonetic Reduction in Historical Perspective

3.00 Elisabeth Rieken Two Etymologies for Burning in Eternity

4.00 - 4.30 Tea break

Chair: Nick Zair

4.30 Ilya Yakubovich Topics in Lycian Verbal Morphology

5.30 Reception in the Cast Gallery, Faculty of Classics

Saturday 1st June

Chair: James Clackson

10.00 Adam Cooper Proto-Indo-European Syllabic Resonants: Synchrony and Typology

11-11.30 Coffee break

Chair: Pippa Steele

11.30 Daniel Petit Old Lithuanian idant and the origins of subordination

12.30 - 2.00 Lunch break

Chair: Rupert Thompson

2.00 Dag Haug Aspect and prefixation in Old Church Slavic

3.00 Maria Napoli Diachrony in Indo-European Tense and Aspect System from the viewpoint of Ancient Greek

4.00 - 4.30 Tea break

Chair: Torsten Meißner

4.30 Jenny Larsson Early Baltic Mythology and the Etymology of two Prussian deities

5.30 Conference Close

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