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23rd February 2022 (CET – Central European Time)
13:45–14:15 Paola Fritz Huechante
Antonio Machicao y Priemer
(both: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Change of State Verbs: State of the Art (Slides)
14:15–14:45 Fabienne Martin
Florian Schäfer
(both: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Two types of transitives with inchoative semantics (Abstract, Slides)
14:45–15:45 Louise McNally (invited speaker)
(Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Change of state: From the BECOME operator to the mereotopology of events (Abstract, Slides)
15:45–16:30 BREAK
16:30–17:00 Patrick Brandt
(Institut für Deutsche Sprache Mannheim)
Reflexive Binding, Order and Change of State in certain German Prefix and Particle verb types (Abstract, Slides)
17:00–18:00 John Beavers
(University of Texas)
Andrew Koontz-Garboden
(University of Manchester)
Scott Spicer
(University of Texas)
Scales in Lexical Decomposition: The Role of the Root (Abstract, Slides)

24th February 2022 (CET – Central European Time)
9:00–9:30 Katrin Menzel
(Universität des Saarlandes)
A diachronic analysis of change-of-state verbs (Abstract)
9:30–10:30 Stephanie Solt (invited speaker)
(Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft)
On the underspecification of measurement (Abstract, Slides)
10:30–11:15 BREAK
11:15–11:45 Shiao Wei Tham
(National University of Singapore)
Two dimensions in states of physical disturbance (Abstract, Slides)
11:45–12:15 Yoko Sugioka
(Keio University, Tokyo)
Syntax-semantics discrepancy in deadjectival and inherently-directed motion verbs in Japanese (Abstract, Slides)
12:15–12:45 Athina Sioupi
(Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
An account for Change of State verbs cross-linguistically (Abstract, Slides)
12:45–13:45 BREAK
13:45–14:15 Elena Karagjosova
(Freie Universität Berlin)
Change of state verbs and aspect in Bulgarian (Abstract, Slides)
14:15–14:45 Natasha Kasher
Aviya Hacohen
(both: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel)
Does perfective aspect entail culmination in Russian? (Abstract, Slides)

25th February 2022 (CET – Central European Time)
11:45–12:15 Jakob Maché
(Universidade de Lisboa)
Building Resultative Serial Verb Constructions in Benue-Kwa languages (Abstract, Slides)
12:15–12:45 Florian Schäfer
Despina Oikonomou
Fabienne Martin
Felix Golcher
Artemis Alexiadou
(all: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Anticausatives are weak scalar expressions: Experimental evidence from Greek (Abstract, Slides)
12:45–13:15 Stavroula Alexandropoulou
Nicole Gotzner
(both: Universität Potsdam)
Measurement scales and competition between alternatives (Abstract, Slides)
13:15–13:45 Margit Bowler
Emily Hanink
Jens Hopperdietzel
Andrew Koontz-Garboden
(all: University of Manchester)
Colin Bannard
(University of Liverpool)
Mike Everdell
(University of Texas)
Itamar Francez
(University of Chicago)
Kyle Jerro
(University of Essex)
Elise LeBovidge
(University of Washington)
Stephen Nichols
(University of Manchester)
State/change of state lability and the meaning of verbhood (Abstract, Slides)
13:45–14:15 Lea Heßler
Merle Weicker
Petra Schulz
(all: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)
Adjectives and Telicity – An Empirical Study of Resultative Adjective Constructions in German (Abstract, Slides)

Other Talks
Nicole Gotzner
(Universität Potsdam)
Diana Mazzarella
(Université de Neuchâtel)
Polarity and standards of comparison: The interpretation of absolute adjectives in the not very construction (Abstract, Slides)
Beatrice-Andreea Pahonţu
(University of Bucharest & University of Paris (LLF))
The combinatorics of the Romanian periphrasis a fi pe cale 'to be on way' with change-of-state verbs and its aspectual readings (Abstract)
Boban Arsenijević
Stefan Milosavljević
(both: University of Graz)
Serbo-Croatian verbal theme vowels and the composition of aspect and argument structure (Abstract)