Daniel AltshulerDaniel Altshuler
Hampshire College & University of Massachusetts
Does Viewpoint Aspect Make Reference to Time?

 

BeaversJohn Beavers
The University of Texas at Austin
Change-of-State in the Roots of Verbs: A Typological Study

 

Jurgen_BohnemeyerJürgen Bohnemeyer
University at Buffalo - SUNY
Mysteries of the Future

 

BrisardFrank Brisard
University of Antwerp
The Epistemic Meaning of the Progressive

 

De_WitAstrid De Wit
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Aspect in Performative Contexts Across Languages

 

Claire BonialClaire Bonial
Army Research Laboratory, Adelphi, MD
Choosing an Event Description: What a PropBank Study Reveals about the Contrast between Light Verb Constructions and Counterpart Synthetic Verbs
 

Stephen DickeyStephen Dickey
University of Kansas
Time Out of Time: Russian and Slavic Aspect in Non-Temporal Contexts and
Epistemic Immediacy as a Common Denominator for Unauxiliated Preterits and Mirative Utterances in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian: An Accessibility Approach

Silvia GennariSilvia Gennari
University of York, UK
Event Structure and Event Duration in Language Comprehension

 

Koenig_photoJean-Pierre Koenig
University of Buffalo
Cross-linguistic Variation in Event Structure

 

Matlock_PhotoTeenie Matlock
University of California, Merced
A Look at the Role of Aspect in Reasoning about Events

 

University of Colorado Boulder

 

Peter PetrePeter Petré
University of Antwerp
Corpus Meets Experiment. Extravagance in the Expansion History of Progressive [BE Ving]

 

PustejovskyJames Pustejovsky
Brandeis University
Mapping from Surface to Abstract Event Structures in Language

 

Elly van Gelderen

Elly van Gelderen
Arizona State University
Changes in Inner and Outer Aspect

 

Don WinfordDon Winford
Ohio State University
Completive Aspect Markers in Caribbean Creoles: From Completion to Temporal Priority and Associated Pragmatic Functions