DiaLing at the 56th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea

Our research group was well represented during the annual meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea in Athens with the following presentations:
Hannah Booth and Kim Groothuis gave a workshop on expletives at the syntax-discourse interface.
Tom Bossuyt and Eline Daveloose: “Concessive conditionals in Cappadocian Greek: Issues of divergence and contact”.
Eleonora Cattafi: “The Accessibility Hierarchy in Greek documentary papyri: from syntax to sociolinguistics”.
Mihaela Ilioaia: “Alternating predicates in Romanian: preliminary insights from a pilot experimental study”.
Leonid Kulikov: “Vedic śīyate ‘falls’: an atmospheric verb among verbs of spontaneous events”.
Ezra la Roi: “Conditional language contact: the Septuagint Greek translation and the (in)stability of conditional structures in the history of Greek”.
Anne Carlier, Jasper Vangaever and Lisa Pigère: “The progressive gerund construction in three Romance languages: historical and comparative perspectives”.
We are, of course, very proud of our members to have presented at such an important event!