Metin Bağrıaçık (UGent): Ki as a spurious complementizer in Pharasiot Greek

Jóhanna Barðdal (UGent), Carlee Arnett (UCDavis), Stephen Mark Carey (UMMorris), Thórhallur Eythórsson (University of Iceland), Gard B. Jenset (Oxford University), Guus Kroonen (Copenhagen University) & Adam Oberlin (The Lynsley School): Dative Subjects in Germanic: A computational analysis of lexical semantic verb classes across time and space

Lucien van Beek (Leiden University) The palatalization of labiovelars in Greek: new etymological evidence

Klaas Bentein (UGent): Minor complementation patterns in Post-Classical and Byzantine Greek: a socio-historical approach

Anne Breitbarth (UGent): Exceptive negation in Middle Low German

Timothy Colleman (UGent): On semantic shifts in Dutch and Afrikaans ditransitive constructions (and why construction grammarians should care)

Serena Danesi (University of Bergen): The distribution of subject properties in Ancient Greek

Filip De Decker (Ludwig Maximilians University Munich): The augment in epic and lyric poetry: Homer, Hesiod and Pindar

Thórhallur Eythórsson (University of Iceland) & Jóhanna Barðdal (UGent): How to identify cognates in syntax? Taking Watkins’ legacy one step further

Michael Frotscher (UGent): Explaining the ʻgiveʼ – ʻtakeʼ alternation in the Indo-European languages

Giovanni Galdi (UGent): On the ‘perspective’ use of incipio + infinitive in Imperial Latin

Mark Janse (UGent): The X-position: ‘disjunctive’ ΔΙΑ in Aristophanic cumpounding

Brian D. Joseph (Ohio State University): Hybridization in language contact

Ritsuko Kikusawa (National Museum of Ethnology, Japan): On the development of applicative systems in Austronesian languages

Alwin Kloekhorst (Leiden University): The Anatolian and the Proto-Indo-European stop systems

Leonid Kulikov (UGent): Early Vedic particle gha and its Slavic cognates: evidence for grammaticalization paths of causal and consecutive connectors

Esther Le Mair (UGent): Non-canonical subject marking in Old Irish

Tatsiana Nikitsenka (UGent): Regular semantic shifts in pragmatically-marked words

Laurie Reid (University of Hawai’i): Language-contact diffusion and the position of Iraya among Philippine languages

Doesjka Tilkin (UGent): Runic inscriptions containing Latin: some preliminary finds

Ulrike Verdonck & Miriam Taverniers (UGent): Spontaneous event marking in Swedish from a diachronic perspective