Liane Ströbel

Programm Romanistentag 2013: Change of State

Arthur Schopenhauer once said: “Change alone is eternal, perpetual, immortal.”

We all know how vital it is for a language to „change“ and to be able to adapt to changes, but how do we actually refer to and express the fact that something is changing?

The linguistic session „Zustandsveränderung/Change of state“ at the XXXIII. Deutscher Romanistentag (22.-25.09.2013, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg) is tackling the challenge of analyzing how different change of state scenarios are encoded linguistically.  For information concerning the session „Zustandsveränderung“ please visit the following link: SESSION „Change of State“

A preliminary program is available here: PROGRAM

Invited speakers (with links to their homepages): Geraldine Legendre (Baltimore), Patrick Caudal (Paris) and John Beavers (Austin)

Already confirmed  participants of the session in alphabetical order (with links to their homepages):

Laia Arnaus Gil (Wuppertal), Valeriano Bellosta von Colbe (Bielefeld), Sarah Dessì Schmid (Stuttgart), Sascha Diwersy (Köln), Jacques François (Caen), Steffen Heidinger (Graz), Rolf Kailuweit (Freiburg), FeliciaLembeck (Berlin), Jaume Mateu (Barcelona), Eva Staudinger (Freiburg), Achim Stein (Stuttgart) und Liane Ströbel (Düsseldorf)

An overview about the talks (non formated version) is already available here: ABSTRACTS

A formated version of the abstracts will be soon available on this website!