Paper presentations and other talks

Frostad, Benedicte Haraldstad. 2012. “Event linking constructions in Ughele”, paper presented at The 5th The Austronesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics Conference, SOAS, University of London, London.

Frostad, Benedicte Haraldstad and Joshua Birchall. 2011. “The layered structure of serial verb constructions: Two case studies from Oceania and Amazonia”. paper presented at Taalkunde in Nederland-dag, Utrecht University, Utrecht.

Frostad, Benedicte Haraldstad. 2010. “Positional slots in serial verb constructions, data from Ughele (Solomon Islands)”, talk at The Department of Linguistics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig. Abstract.

Frostad, Benedicte Haraldstad and Annemarie Verkerk. 2010. “Modifiers marked with *pa-/*paka- in Oceanic SVCs”, talk at The Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen.

Frostad, Benedicte Haraldstad. 2010. “Preverbal subject markers in Ughele compared to three other languages in New Georgia”, paper presented at The 8th International Conference on Oceanic Linguistics (COOL8), University of Auckland, Auckland.

Frostad, Benedicte Haraldstad. 2009. “Does it make sense to analyze nuclear layer serial verb constructions in terms of positional slots?”, Language in Time and Space (LiTS) Program Talk, Radboud University, Nijmegen.

Frostad, Benedicte Haraldstad. 2009. “Making use of resources from language documentation and description to enable language based development”, paper presented at the 3L Student Conference on Language Documentation and Description, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, London.

Frostad, Benedicte Haraldstad. 2006. “Morphological Causatives in Äiwoo in General, and Those Derived from Verbs Describing Motion and Location”, paper presented at The Oceania-Seminar: Mapping the Pacific: Positions, Representations and Interpretations, Oslo.

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