Organizers
Prof. Amina Mettouchi is Directeur d’Etudes in Berber Linguistics at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes.
Her main research topics cover aspect, mood, negation and reference in Berber, the interaction between prosody, information structure and syntax in Kabyl, the role of corpora in cross-linguistic research and grammaticalization and comparative Berber morphosyntax.
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Prof. Amina Mettouchi is Directeur d’Etudes in Berber Linguistics at the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes.
Her main research topics cover aspect, mood, negation and reference in Berber, the interaction between prosody, information structure and syntax in Kabyl, the role of corpora in cross-linguistic research and grammaticalization and comparative Berber morphosyntax.
Prof. Cyril Aslanov is  Associate Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Department of Romance and Latin American Studies and the Chairman of the International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization. He is also a member of the Academy of the Hebrew Language.

His research areas are languages in contact, especially in the Mediterranean space, historical linguistics, comp...

Prof. Cyril Aslanov is  Associate Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Department of Romance and Latin American Studies and the Chairman of the International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization. He is also a member of the Academy of the Hebrew Language.

His research areas are languages in contact, especially in the Mediterranean space, historical linguistics, comparative linguistics, the history of translation, and poetics.

Prof. Davide Ricca is Full Professor of General Linguistics at the University of Turin.

Most of his recent research activity has concentrated on morphology. Theoretical and descriptive interests are both present in his investigations on adverb morphology and deverbal adjectives in Italian, while other works take a cross-linguistic approach to theoretically relevant morphological issues.

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Prof. Davide Ricca is Full Professor of General Linguistics at the University of Turin.

Most of his recent research activity has concentrated on morphology. Theoretical and descriptive interests are both present in his investigations on adverb morphology and deverbal adjectives in Italian, while other works take a cross-linguistic approach to theoretically relevant morphological issues.

Prof. Gabriella Mazzon is Professor of Linguistics at the Universität Innsbruck.

She is especially interested in varieties of English, pragmatics, dialogue analysis and historical linguistics.

Prof. Gabriella Mazzon is Professor of Linguistics at the Universität Innsbruck.

She is especially interested in varieties of English, pragmatics, dialogue analysis and historical linguistics.

Prof. Greville Corbett is Distinguished Professor of Linguistics at the University of Surrey.

His research interests cover typology, morphosyntactic features and inflectional morphology

Prof. Greville Corbett is Distinguished Professor of Linguistics at the University of Surrey.

His research interests cover typology, morphosyntactic features and inflectional morphology

Dr. Michael Spagnol completed his PhD in Linguistics at the University of Konstanz, Germany.

He is Lecturer in Maltese Linguistics at the Faculty of Arts, University of Malta and his research interests include  Maltese syntax and lexical semantics and Academic Maltese.

Dr. Michael Spagnol completed his PhD in Linguistics at the University of Konstanz, Germany.

He is Lecturer in Maltese Linguistics at the Faculty of Arts, University of Malta and his research interests include  Maltese syntax and lexical semantics and Academic Maltese.

Prof. Susanne Michaelis works at the University of Leipzig

Her current research topics focus on Creole languages, language contact and sign languages.

Prof. Susanne Michaelis works at the University of Leipzig

Her current research topics focus on Creole languages, language contact and sign languages.

Prof. Michele Loporcaro is Professor of Romance Linguistics Romanischen Seminar der Universität Zürich.

His main research interests cover Italian and Romance linguistics, historical linguistics and theoretical linguistics

Prof. Michele Loporcaro is Professor of Romance Linguistics Romanischen Seminar der Universität Zürich.

His main research interests cover Italian and Romance linguistics, historical linguistics and theoretical linguistics

Gilles Authier is Directeur d’Etudes in Languages and philology of the Caucasus at Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (Paris).
His main research deals with linguistic typology and the documentation and description of understudied languages of Azerbaijan and Daghestan like Kryz, Tat or Budugh.
Gilles Authier is Directeur d’Etudes in Languages and philology of the Caucasus at Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (Paris).
His main research deals with linguistic typology and the documentation and description of understudied languages of Azerbaijan and Daghestan like Kryz, Tat or Budugh.
Prof. Giuliano Bernini is Full Professor of General Linguistics at the University of Bergamo
His main areas of research pertain to Second language acquisition, Language typology , Language teaching, Dialectology and Sociolinguistics.
Prof. Giuliano Bernini is Full Professor of General Linguistics at the University of Bergamo
His main areas of research pertain to Second language acquisition, Language typology , Language teaching, Dialectology and Sociolinguistics.