In this workshop we are primarily interested in grammatical hybridization, i.e. borrowing (adoption or imposition) of grammatical patterns or grammatical items. We welcome papers from different subdisciplines: historical linguistics, contact linguistics, pidgin and creole studies, quantitative linguistics.
Papers can treat specific language contact situations both on the individual and on the social level, as well as historical linguistic topics or papers generalizing over different kinds of contact situations.
Please send your anonymous abstracts (about 300 words) to Claudia Bavero.
Deadline: 31 May 2014
Notification of acceptance: 15 June 2014