The conference will take place in room KOL-G-217.
|9.30h - 9.45h||Welcome and Conference Opening|
|9.45h - 10.15h||Paper 1: Dieter Studer (University of Zurich)|
"Old English Dry-Point Glossing: When, Where, Why?"
|10.15h - 10.45h||Paper 2: Nadine Boller (University of Lausanne)|
"Language Motivation in Isolation. A Case Study of Arslanbob"
|10.45h - 11.15h||Coffee Break|
|11.15h - 11.45h||Paper 3: Franziska Thurnherr (University of Basel)|
"'How can I offer support?' Identity construction and relational work in email counseling"
|11.45h - 12.15h||Paper 4: Kira Boulat (University of Fribourg)|
"Are you committed? A pragmatic account of commitment and commitment attribution"
|12.15h - 13.30h||Lunch Break|
|13.45h - 14.15h||Paper 5: Florent Perek (University of Basel)|
"Cross-constructional determinants of syntactic productivity"
|14.15h - 14.45h||Paper 6: Gerold Schneider (University of Zurich)|
"Using an automatic parser as a psycholinguistic tool"
|14.45h - 15.15h||Coffee Break|
|15.15h - 15.45h||Paper 7: Richard Zimmermann (University of Geneva)|
"Dating hitherto undated early English texts based on text-internal criteria"
|15.45h - 16.15h||Paper 8: Martin Hilpert (University of Neuchâtel)|
"A new look at asymmetric priming and its role in language change"
|16.30h - 17.15h||Business Meeting|
|From 18.00h||Conference Dinner: Restaurant Commihalle|