WOMP 2024

The first meeting of the Workshop On Morphology at Princeton (WOMP 2024) will be held on March 22-23, 2024, at Princeton University.

This inaugural WOMP is the second installment of a successful workshop held in spring 2023 at Penn State University, Externalizing Words, and will continue in the same vein, with a broad theme of “realization” (the nature of the post-syntax, late insertion, linearization, the syntax-phonology interface, etc.).

WOMP will feature invited talks as well as a poster session for early career scholars. The workshop will be held in person, though a virtual option for live streaming the talks will be made available as well. Registration is free, but is required for attending in person and/or for receiving the live-streaming link.

See below for more details, including the presenter line-up, the basic schedule, and information about traveling to Princeton.


Presenters

Speakers
Artemis Alexiadou (Humboldt University, ZAS Berlin)
Bronwyn Bjorkman (Queen’s University)
Maria Kouneli (Rutgers University)
Tom Leu (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Carol Rose Little (University of Oklahoma)
Terje Lohndal (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
David Natvig (University of Stavanger)
Heather Newell (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Neil Myler (Boston University)
Michael Putnam (Penn State University)
Sylvia Schreiner (George Mason University)
Einar Freyr Sigurðsson (The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies)
Tran Truong (Penn State University)
Natalie Weber (Yale University)
Jim Wood (Yale University)

Poster presenters
Deborah Adeyeye (Penn State University)
Comfort Ahenkorah (Yale University)
Matthew Hewett (Georgetown University)
Dani Katenkamp (Yale University)
Ruth Kramer (Georgetown University)
Jack Pruett (Georgetown University)
Katherine Russell (University of California, Berkeley)
Milena Šereikaitė (Princeton University)
Oddur Snorrason (Queen Mary University of London)
Catarina Soares (Yale University)
Luis Miguel Toquero Pérez (University of Southern California)
Emmeline Wilson (Penn State University)


Schedule

The workshop will start around around 9am ET on both March 22 and 23, and wrap up around 5pm ET. The poster session will take place in the afternoon of the first day of the workshop. Breakfast and lunch will provided for both days of the workshop, and there will be a dinner reception following the conclusion of the workshop on Saturday.

More details about the schedule will be posted here when they are available.


Registration

Registration is free, but is required for attending in person and/or for receiving the live-streaming link. To register, please complete the following registration form: 

https://forms.gle/R5UpBHXHDGJUXRwk6


Venue, transportation, and lodging

The workshop will be held at Princeton University, at the Friend Center (7799 William St), in the Convocation Room (rm 113). For more information about the venue, transportation to the Princeton area, and parking/lodging in Princeton, click here.


WOMP Proceedings

Continua is a new Open Access, peer-reviewed academic journal whose contributions explore aspects of the mental lexicon, the conceptualizations of ‘words’, and the intersection of morphological phenomena with phonological, semantic, syntactic, and pragmatic factors. We welcome the submission of articles and/or squibs from WOMP for publication consideration, as well as submissions from WOMP attendees who work on these topics. If you are interested in submitting to Continua, please see our submission guidelines, which can be found here.

If you have any questions about Continua or the submission process, please contact either Mike Putnam (mike.putnam@psu.edu) or David Natvig (david.a.natvig@uis.no). 


Contact information

Organizer: Laura Kalin

Contact address: lkalin@princeton.edu

Steering committee: Carol Rose Little, David Natvig, Heather Newell, Michael Putnam, Tran Truong

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