Programme

The below is a preliminary version of the programme and subject to change.

Le programme suivant est une version préliminaire et est donc susceptible de changer.

01.07.2022Friday | Vendredi
09h00Welcome | Accueil
09h10

11h10
Panel 1 | Séance 1

Qui or is qui? On free and semi-free relative clauses in Latin
Anna Pompei (Roma Tre)

Ubi est “qui”? Wh-movement in pre-Classical Latin relative clauses
Krishnan Ram-Prasad (Cambridge)
 
The contribution of Latin to the comparative study of QU-Exclamatives
Michiel de Vaan (Basel & Geneva)
11h10

11h40
Coffee break | Pause café
11h40

13h00
Panel 2 | Séance 2

Fragmentary texts and the frequency of linguistic features: the case of correlative sentences
Philomen Probert (Oxford)
 
Les propositions relatives dans les vers saturniens latins
Antoine Viredaz (Lausanne)
13h00

14h30
Lunch | Dîner
14h30

15h50
Panel 3 | Séance 3

Types of Relativization and Headedness in Sabellic
Jasmim Drigo & Yexin Qu (Cornell)
 
Relative Clauses in Oscan and Latin
James Clackson (Cambridge)
15h50

16h10
Coffee break | Pause café
16h10

17h30
Panel 4 | Séance 4

Moods and tenses in Latin relative clauses: the Plautine situation
Wolfgang de Melo (Oxford)
 
Relatively late – relative clause syntax in Gregory of Tours’ Historia Francorum
Robin Meyer (Lausanne)
17h30Final remarks | Remarques finales