Slavic Linguistics Webinars

Università di Verona

SLiV@ (Slavistics in Verona) and the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Verona organize a series of seminars in Slavic Linguistics. International scholars will present and share their latest research. All the meetings can be attended online via Zoom. _On Thursdays at 14:00-15.30 (Rome time), online and in presence_ Wednesday 09 November 2022 Intonational differences in two varieties of Standard Russian: pitch alignment within the “prosodic nucleus” Pavel Duryagin University of Venice – Ca’ Foscari 17 November 2022 Slavic adverbs as copular predicates and as language names E. Wayles Browne Cornell University 1 December 2022 The aspectual architecture of Polish and Bulgarian Dorota Klimek-Jankowska University of Wrocław Vesela Simeonova University of Graz 22 December 2022 There are three theme vowels in BCS and /a/ is not one of them: arguments from the 3PL.PRS allomorphy Jelena Stojković Justus Liebig University Giessen 12 January 2023 Interfaces among morphology, syntax and pragmatics in the development of L2 Russian Marco Magnani University of Trento 19 January 2023 What explains the distribution of perfective present in Slavic languages? Björn Wiemer University of Mainz Organising committee: Daniele Artoni (, Marco Biasio (, Jelena Živojinović (

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