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4. CRC-Networking Workshop

CRC-Networking Workshop (Berlin – Cologne – Potsdam – Saarbrücken) from July 4th to 5th, 2022 at Leibniz-ZAS Berlin [Flyer]

Topic: “Alternatives, Contexts and Variation”


  • CRC 1102 “Information Density and Linguistic Encoding”,
  • CRC 1252 “Prominence in Language”,
  • CRC 1287 “Limits of Variability in Language”
  • CRC 1412 “Register: Language Users’ Knowledge of Situational-Functional Variation”


10:00–10:45 Introduction  
11:00–11:30 Bader: “Context-relevant schemas support unitized encoding and familiarity-based retrieval of schema-congruent novel compound words” CRC 1102
11:30–12:00 Degaetano-Ortlieb & Teich: “Towards a communicative explanation of diachronic language change: an information-theoretic approach” CRC 1102
12:00–12:30 Jachmann: “The immediate influence of speaker gaze on situated speech comprehension” CRC 1102
14:00–15:30 PhD Session & Organisational Session  
16:00–16:30 Marklová, Buchmüller, Meyer, Szucsich, Demian & Zorkina: “Register investigation on Czech: Designing an MDA-based experimental study” CRC 1412
16:30–17:00 Rotter & Liu: “Register Sensitivity of Negative Concord and NPIs in Varieties of English” CRC 1412
17:00–17:30 Pescuma, Rodríguez-Ronderos, Ito, Maquate & Knoeferle: “(How) Does Processing of Register and Morphosyntactic Congruence Affect Sentence Comprehension? Two Eye-Tracking Pilot Studies” CRC 1412
09:00–09:30 Lukassek, Lüdeling, Shadrova & Wan: “Complex nouns as markers of academic register in L1- and L2-authored essays” CRC 1412
09:30–10:00 Adam, Hölzl & Schmidt: “Aspects of the OV/VO alternation” CRC 1287
10:00–10:30 Seeliger: “Prosodic focus marking in German declarative questions” CRC 1252
11:00–11:30 Kosciolek & Bunčić: “Anaphoric reference to demoted agents: preliminary data” CRC 1252
11:30–12:00 Saure & Hinterwimmer: “The effect of perspectivally prominent narrators on the availability of protagonists as perspectival centers: An experimental investigation” CRC 1252