March 31, 2022 — April 01, 2022
The workshop will be held as a hybrid event (in presence and online).
Organization & contact:
Trier Center for Language and Communication / Patterns Research Group
Sabine Arndt-Lappe (Trier University, Germany, email@example.com)
Milena Belosevic (Trier University, Germany, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fees & travel costs:
There will be no conference fees; accomodation costs will be covered for presenters; the same is true for travel costs (up to a max. of 500€ p.p.).
The workshop will be held as a hybrid event, offering participants to take part virtually or in presence (the latter of course only under the precondition that a face-to-face workshop is compatible with health regulations at the time of the workshop). Depending on the health situation we will also be able to move the workshop fully into virtual space. Please indicate in your application email in which mode you would like to participate (virtual or in presence) and, if applicable, for which nights you will need accomodation. You will not have to make your decision definite until Aug. 15, however. If the health situation changes, later cancellations will of course also be possible.
Accepted papers and abstracts
Sabine Arndt-Lappe & Birgit Alber
Trier University and Free University of Bozen
Natalia Beliaeva Victoria
University of Wellington
What’s in a blended name? Semantics and sentiment aspects of namebased lexical blending
Name-based personal compounds
Nationalkolleg Petru Rares-Suceava
“Symptoms” of Drug Names: Portmanteau Words as Patterns in Medical Terminology
University of Hamburg
University of Saskatchewan
Name-Based Toponymic Patterns in Shiwiar (Chicham; Ecuador)
The Catholic University Ingolstadt of Eichstätt
Patterns in the formation of new nicknames: a contrastive study
The Problem of Proper Names in Adverbial Degree Constructions: An analytical category mistake?
University of Leipzig
Approximation in name-based adjectives
Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg
Versicherungsheini or Versicherungssuse? The structure of deonymic second stem in German compound words
University of Oslo
Croatian Blends from Personal Names