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Peer reviewed papers

Mavrogiorgos, Marios and Adam Ledgeway. 2019. "Non-verbal predication and clitics in Aromanian". In Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 15: Selected papers from 'Going Romance' 30, Frankfurt, ed. by Ingo Feldhausen, Martin Elsig, Imme Kuchenbrandt and Mareike Neuhaus, 334-351. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Prepublication version.

 

Presentations (peer reviewed)

7 September 2017. “SE-passives and implicit arguments: the case of Aromanian”. LAGB 2017, University of Kent.

24 May 2017. “Aromanian reflexives and reciprocals”. Cambridge Workshop on Voice, University of Cambridge.

April 2017. “Aromanian se-structures and voice: a constructionist approach”. Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages 2017, University of Delaware [presentation cancelled].

27 January 2017. “Aromanian reflexive possessors”. Dative Structures and Beyond, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

6 January 2017. “Aromanian reflexive possessors”. Cambridge Romance Linguistics Seminar, University of Cambridge.

08 December 2016.     “ton-ine: a case of subject clitic in Aromanian” (joint work with Prof. Adam Ledgeway, University of Cambridge). Going Romance 2016, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität.

08 December 2016.     “Aromanian SE-passives”. Going Romance 2016, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität.

26 November 2016.    “Aromanian SE-passives”. FARM & The 16th International Conference of the Department of Linguistics, University of Bucharest.

13 June 2016.  “Subject clitics in Aromanian” (joint work with Prof. Adam Ledgeway, University of Cambridge). Cambridge-Oxford workshop on Daco-Romance Linguistics, University of Cambridge.

27 November 2015.    “Aromanian SE within a Greek context”. The 15th International Conference of the Department of Linguistics, University of Bucharest.

 

Presentations (invited speaker)

03 July 2017. “SE-passives and implicit arguments: the case of Aromanian”. Humboldt University Berlin.

31 May 2017. “A cluster of Aromanian varieties in North-Western Greece”. CELC, University of Cambridge.

14 March 2017. “Aromanian se-structures: typological and theoretical issues and solutions. SyntaxLab, University of Cambridge.

01 March 2017. “Aromanian se-passives”. Syntax Reading Group, UCL.

06 February 2017.       “Aromanian se-passives”. ARC Romance Linguistic Seminars, Anglia Ruskin University & University of Cambridge.

01 February 2017.       “Aromanian se-structures (with a special emphasis on heritage and attrited speakers)”. Psycholinguistic meetings, University of Reading.

 

Presentations (dissemination events)

30 July 2017. “Limba anoastrə: η σύνταξη των βλάχικων” [“Our language: the syntax of Aromanian”]. 2nd dissemination event for the MSC grant, Metsovo, Greece.

28 August 2016. “H γλώσσα μας: limba anoastrə” [“Our language: our language”]. 1st dissemination event for the MSC grant, Votonosi, Greece.

 

Guest lectures

9 & 23 February 2017. 2 guest lectures on Aromanian for CS1, Italian Department, University of Cambridge.

 

Project Workshop

Cambridge Workshop on Voice (CamVoice), May 22-24 2017. For further information please see here

 

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