[Hum_Calendar_Events] HUMALCAST for PIES Conference

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THE 20th ANNUAL UCLA INDO-EUROPEAN CONFERENCE

Admission is free and open to the public; there is no charge for participation; pre-registration is not required.

Friday, October 31, 2008, Royce Hall, Room 314

·         9:00–9:15 

Opening Remarks 

·         9:15–10:45 

Panel I (chaired by Philippe Gagnon, UCLA) 

9:15–9:45
Birgit Olsen, University of Copenhagen:
“On the Indo-European Status of Determinative Compounds <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/olsen_b_2008f.pdf> ” 

9:45–10:15
David Goldstein, University of California, Berkeley:
“Wackernagel’s Law in Greek: The Case of ἄν” 

10:15–10:45
Tim Barnes, Harvard University:
“Homeric μῶλος Ἄρηος, Hittite ḫarrai mallai : on the Etymology and Function of Ares in Mycenean, Homeric Epic and Aeolic Lyric” 

·         10:45–11:00 

Break 

·         11:00–12:00 

Panel II (chaired by Tim Dempsey, UCLA) 

11:00–11:30
Kanehiro Nishimura, Kyoto University:
“Vowel Deletion in Latin: A Phonological History of Its Triggering Contexts <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/nishimura_k_2008f.pdf> ” 

11:30–12:00
Nicholas Zair, Oxford University:
“OIr. biid < *bhuH-ye/o- and ‘Hiatus’ Verbs <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/zair_n_2008f.pdf> ” 

·         12:00–1:30 

Lunch 

·         1:30–2:30 

Featured Speaker 

James Mallory, Queen’s University, Belfast:
“The Anatolian Homeland Hypothesis and the Neolithic” 

·         2:30–2:45 

Break 

·         2:45–4:15 

Panel III (chaired by Randall Gordon, UCLA) 

2:45–3:15
Silvia Luraghi, University of Pavia:
“The Reconstruction of the Proto-Indo-European Gender System and the Anatolian Evidence <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/luraghi_s_2008f.pdf> ” 

3:15–3:45
Eystein Dahl, University of Oslo:
“Reconstructing the Semantics of the Proto-Indo-European Imperfect <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/dahl_e_2008f.pdf> ” 

3:45–4:15
Maria Napoli, University of Pisa and University “G. Marconi”, Rome:
“The Impersonal Passive in Latin <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/napoli_m_2008f.pdf> ” 

·         4:15–4:30 

Break 

·         4:30–5:30 

Panel IV (chaired by Jessica DeLisi, UCLA) 

4:30–5:00
Bernhard Koller, UCLA:
“Schwa-Zero Alternations and Their Implications for Verbal Root Structure in Tocharian A <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/koller_b_2008f.pdf> ” 

5:00–5:30
Hannes Fellner, Harvard University:
“Thoughts about u -Presents <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/fellner_h_2008f.pdf> ” 

Saturday, November 1, 2008, Royce Hall, Room 314

·         9:00–10:30 

Panel V (chaired by Sherrylyn Branchaw, UCLA) 

9:00–9:30
Olav Hackstein, University of Munich:
“No Escape: The Etymology of Latin necesse <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/hackstein_o_2008f.pdf>  ” 

9:30–10:00
Philip Baldi, Pennsylvania State University, and Pierluigi Cuzzolin, University of Bergamo:
“The Latin Temporal Adverb semper and Its Relatives <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/baldi_p_2008f.pdf> ” 

10:00–10:30
Miles Beckwith, Iona College:
“The Latin Imperfect and v -Perfect: A Paradigm Split <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/beckwith_m_2008f.pdf> ” 

·         10:30–10:45 

Break 

·         10:45–11:45 

Panel VI (chaired by Anna Pagé, UCLA) 

10:45–11:15
Miriam Robbins Dexter, UCLA:
“Ancient Felines and the Great-Goddess in Anatolia: Kubaba and Cybele <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/dexter_m_2008f.pdf> ” 

11:15–11:45
Martin Schwartz, University of California, Berkeley:
“Gāthic Serial Recursive Textual Composition and Indo-European Etymology” 

·         11:45–1:30 

FAIES Meeting 11:45–12:00 

Lunch 

·         1:30–2:30 

Featured Speaker 

Joshua Katz, Princeton University:
“Wordplay” 

·         2:30–2:45 

Break 

·         2:45–4:15 

Panel VII (chaired by Bernhard Koller, UCLA) 

2:45–3:15
Hans Henrich Hock, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign:
“Labiopalatalization in Indo-European Languages” 

3:15–3:45
Sverre Johnsen, Harvard University:
“The Development of Voiced Labiovelars in Germanic” 

3:45–4:15
Jens Elmegård Rasmussen, University of Copenhagen:
“A Note on Anatolian i -Mutation (‘i -Motion’)” 

·         4:15–4:30 

Break 

·         4:30–5:30 

Panel VIII (chaired by Elizabeth Thornton, UCLA) 

4:30–5:00
Adam Hyllested, University of Copenhagen:
“Fenno-Ugric *-š-  as Laryngeal Substitution in Words of Indo-European Provenance <http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/pies/pdfs/IEC/IEC20/hyllested_a_2008f.pdf> ” 

5:00–5:30 
John Greppin, Cleveland State University:
“The Hurro-Urartian Substratum in Armenian” 

·         5:30–5:45 

Closing Remarks 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference is funded by The Campus Programs Committee of the Program Activities Board. We would like to thank the UCLA Graduate Student Association. The conference is also made possible through the generosity and/or efforts of:

·         The A. Richard Diebold, Jr. Endowment in Indo-European Studies 

·         The Friends & Alumni of Indo-European Studies (FAIES) 

·         The Program in Indo-European Studies,
especially Stephanie Jamison and Craig Melchert 

·         The UCLA Indo-European Studies Student Alliance (IESSA) 

·         The Dodd Humanities Group,
especially Heather Gould 

·         The Annual Indo-European Conference Student Organizing Committee,
especially Dieter Gunkel, Tim Dempsey, and Anna Pagé 

 

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