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2017
 
Copying of argument structure: a gap in borrowing scales and a new approach to contact-induced change Carola Trips accepted talk at ICHL 23, UTSA, San Antonio, Texas
Cross-linguistic effects in written corpora from contact situations: diachronic and psycholinguistic perspectives Carola Trips (with Helen Engemann, University of Mannheim) accepted talk at the LAGB at the University of Kent, Canterbury
 
2016
 
A comparison of multi-genre and single-genre corpora in the context of contact-induced change Carola Trips (with Achim Stein) Talk at the conference on diachronic corpora, genre, and language change in Nottingham
Syntactic analysis of phrasal compounds in corpora: a challenge for NLP tools Carola Trips accepted paper and presentation at the LREC2016 in Portoroz
The role of French in the rise of the recipient passive in Middle English: can structural Case be borrowed Carola Trips (with Achim Stein and Richard Ingham) accepted talk at the DIGS2016 in Ghent
Borrowing of argument structure: a gap in borrowing scales Carola Trips accepted talk at the ICEHL2016 in Essen
 
2015
 
How the English came to like French please. Syntax and semantics of psych verbs in the medieval English-French language contact situation Carola Trips (with Achim Stein) Guest lecture in Bergamo
How the English came to like French please. Carola Trips (with Achim Stein) Workshop Multilingualism in medieval times, Universität Mannheim
The occurrence of postposed rhematic adjectives in Middle English: an instance of grammatical replication on the model of Old French? Carola Trips accepted talk at the CBDB2015 in Troyes
Can argument structure be borrowed? A case study of please and other verbs in the contact situation between Old French and Middle English Carola Trips (with Achim Stein) accepted talk at the CBDB2015 in Troyes
The form of argument structure under contact influence Carola Trips (with Richard Ingham and Achim Stein) accepted talk at the LAGB2015 in London
How passive were the English in medieval times? The development of the recipient passive in Middle English as a posssible case of contact-induced change Carola Trips (with Achim Stein) accepted talk at the SLE2015 in Leiden
 
2014
 
An analysis of phrasal compounds in the model of Parallel Architecture Carola Trips Guest lecture, University of Bochum
Types of cleft sentences and their relevance for the study of language contact in the history of French and English Carola Trips (joint talk with Achim Stein) Guest lecture, University of Tübingen
Intro to and moderation of the DGfS-AG 6 Carola Trips (with Achim Stein) DGfS Marburg, University of Marburg
Left dislocation and clefts in medieval English and French Carola Trips (joint talk with Achim Stein) Guest lecture University of Mannheim
How the English came to like French "please": Syntax and semantics of psych verbs in the medieval English-French language contact situation Carola Trips (joint talk with Achim Stein) Talk at SLE 2014, University of Poznan
 
2013
 
Theoretical and typological aspects of phrasal compounding Carola Trips Workshop, organised by Carola Trips and Jaklin Kornfilt (Syracuse, US), University of Mannheim
An analysis of phrasal compounds in the model of Parallel Architecture  Carola Trips Talk at Cil19, University of Geneva, in the workshop The semantics of compounding (Pius ten Hacken)
Left dislocation and clefts in medieval English and French Carola Trips (joint talk with Achim Stein) Guest lecture, University of Mannheim
Left dislocation in medieval English and French Carola Trips (joint talk with Achim Stein) Guest lecture, University of Stuttgart
Cleft sentences in the history of French and English: a case of pragmatic borrowing? Carola Trips (joint talk with Achim Stein) Guest lecture, University of Cambridge
Modelling language contact with diachronic crosslinguistic data Carola Trips (joint talk with Achim Stein) Guest lecture, University of York
Types of cleft sentences and their relevance for the study of language contact in the history of French and English Carola Trips (joint talk with Achim Stein) Guest lecture, University of Newcastle





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