Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence

Universität Leipzig


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Funded by: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

This network brings together researchers from theoretical morphology and phonology to evaluate the properties of what we see as an emerging standard model of morphological exponence, and to explore how its core mechanisms can be simplified, minimized and restricted to the range of empirically observable data.

We focus on syntagmatic and paradigmatic aspects of four basic areas of exponence: identity of exponence, nonidentity of exponence, parasitic exponence and zero exponence.

Offering a platform for the exchange and the presentation of research results, there will be six network meetings throughout the next three years, the sixth coming up in June 2010.

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Universität Leipzig
Department of Linguistics