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"The origins of insubordination cross-linguistically" Sonia Cristofaro (University of Pavia) Labex EFL Seminar,

Chaire Internationale 2017 : Le Labex accueille le Professeur Sonia Cristofaro - Université de Pavie (Italie)Insubordination is usually regarded as a phenomenon whereby a former subordinate clause comes to be used independently. Cross-linguistically,however, insubordinate clauses can develop through a wider range of mechanisms than assumed so far, and many clause types are actually compatible with different developmental mechanisms and source constructions. Also, the various mechanisms are quite different in nature, and do not exclusively apply to subordinate clauses. This suggests that insubordination might actually be a result of several different processes pertaining to clause combining in general, rather ...
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"Unrealized states of affairs and "irrealis" Sonia Cristofaro (University of Pavia) Labex EFL Seminar,

Chaire Internationale 2017 : Le Labex accueille le Professeur Sonia Cristofaro - Université de Pavie (Italie)Several languages have been argued to have a grammatical category of irrealis, manifested in phenomena such as person marking, switch-reference, negation, or the encoding of counterfactual and non-factual events. This category, however, is rather difficult to define, both cross-linguistically and within individual languages. Based on cross-linguistic diachronic evidence, it will be shown that this is because the relevant phenomena are actually a result of several distinct diachronic processes independent of some overarching grammatical ...
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"The origins of nominalizations cross-linguistically" Sonia Cristofaro (University of Pavia) Labex EFL Seminar

Chaire Internationale 2017 : Le Labex accueille le Professeur Sonia Cristofaro - Université de Pavie (Italie)Nominalizations have mainly been investigated in a synchronic perspective. The available diachronic evidence about the development of<br>different types of nominalizations cross-linguistically poses some major challenges for traditional assumptions about nominalization in general. Nominalization is usually regarded as special strategywhereby some usually non referring expression is treated as a referring one. In many cases, however, the distinguishing structural properties of individual nominalization types are a result of the original structure of the source construction, rather than some special treatment of particular expressions.This, however, need ...
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