The 12th Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM 12) will take place at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana (Ljubljana, Slovenia) on June 27-30, 2019.
The Mediterranean Morphology Meeting is a biennial conference series that brings together linguists from diverse theoretical backgrounds and at various stages of their career to discuss morphology in an inspiring, informal, and interactive setting.
The conference has a thematic session and an open session. The topic of the thematic day is: The nature of morphological generalizations: rules, patterns, schemas and analogy.
The conference will be preceded by a half-day Workshop on the Morphology of South Slavic languages featuring a special student poster session taking place in the afternoon of June 27th, and it will finish with a trip to the Slovenian coast on June 30th.
- Olivier Bonami (Université Paris Diderot)
- Susan Olsen (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
- Boban Arsenijević (Institute for Slavic Studies, University of Graz)
Local organizing committee
- Gašper Ilc
- Monika Kavalir
- Franja Lipovšek
- Christina Manouilidou
- Tatjana Marvin
- Andrej Stopar
- Sašo Živanović
Contact: Christina Manouilidou
- Oral presentations will take place at Room #18 (ground floor).
- Poster presentations will take place at the main lobby of the Faculty of Arts (ground floor).
Download the PDF version of the program.
The Department of Comparative and General Linguistics and the Department of English at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana are hosting a workshop on the Morphology of South Slavic languages, as part of the 12th Mediterranean Morphology Meeting. [LinguistList announcement]
The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers working on morphological phenomena of South Slavic languages in a variety of theoretical frameworks and methodologies. Contributions concerning cross-linguistic approaches involving South Slavic languages or South Slavic and other languages, as well as experimental/psycholinguistic approaches are especially welcome.
We invite submissions for oral as well as poster presentations.
For *students* who wish to present their on-going projects a special student poster session will be organized.
Boban Arsenijević (Institute for Slavic Studies, University of Graz)
- Abstract submission deadline: January 31, 2019
- Notification of results: February 28, 2019 (or soon after)
- Workshop: June 27, 2019 (afternoon)
We invite anonymous abstracts of max. 500 words (excluding bibliography) for oral presentations or posters. Please upload your abstract using the EasyChair platform indicating that you would like your submission to be considered for the workshop.
Contact: Christina Manouilidou
We would like to invite all conference participants to an exciting hors d'oeuvre to the event. Please join us for a student poster session to be preceded by a guided tour of the National and University Library.
When and Where?
Thursday, June 27th:
- 12:00 – 13:00 Library tour
- Meeting point: Lobby of the Faculty of Arts.
- The National and University Library is a ten-minute stroll from the conference venue.
- 13:00 – 14:00 Student poster session
- Location: Lobby of the Faculty of arts.
- Đorđe Božović (University of Belgrade): Dual nature of dual number in western South Slavic
- Ema Štarkl (University of Ljubljana): Translating modificational derivatives by suffixation based on three Slovene fairy-tales
- Edvin Derviševič (University of Porto) and Matjaž Zgonc (University of Ljubljana): Expressing the Future: a contrastive analysis of verbal forms used to express future in English, Portuguese, and Serbo-Croatian
- Maja Ina Ruparčič (University of Ljubljana): Aspectual prefixation in Slovene and its French equivalents
- Ina Poteko (University of Ljubljana): Declension of foreign personal names in Slovene
- Ivona Ilić (University of Novi Sad): Non-contrastive gender in Serbian language: One-many mismatches
This page contains the registration form for The 12th Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM12). Registration is required for all conference participants and accompanying persons.
- Early bird registration (until May 20 2019): 60 EUR
- Regular registration: 80 EUR
- Student discount: 50%
The registration fee covers conference materials, coffee breaks and the welcome reception. The registration form includes participation at the workshop. The conference dinner is payable separately on-site. Participants who expressed an interest for the sunday excursion have already received a separate invoice.
On-site registration, unfortunately, will not be possible for administrative purposes.
Prices include 22% VAT. Student participants will be asked to provide a proof of their student status upon arrival.
The registration is closed.
How to Get to Ljubljana
Ljubljana is an important railroad junction and can be reached by trains from all major European cities. The railway station is within walking distance of the city centre.
Arriving to Ljubljana by car is easy. Listed below are distances to some nearby cities:
- Zagreb (Croatia) - 139 km
- Trieste (Italy) - 95 km
- Venice (Italy) - 242 km
- Klagenfurt (Austria) - 83 km
- Vienna (Austria) - 380 km
- Munich (Germany) - 408 km
Ljubljana is best served by its International Airport at Brnik, 23 km northwest of the city, with daily connections to most major European cities. From the airport, Ljubljana can be easily reached either by bus shuttle service to Ljubljana bus station (approx. EUR 10) or by taxi (approx. EUR 40).
You may also find it convenient to use one of the neighboring airports such as:
- Trieste (Italy), 128 km southwest of Ljubljana
- Klagenfurt (Austria), 90 km north of Ljubljana
- Zagreb (Croatia), 141 km southeast of Ljubljana
There are direct flights to Ljubljana from: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Belgrade, Birmingham, Brussels, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Manchester, Moscow, Munich, Ohrid, Paris, Podgorica, Prague, Pristina, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Tirana, Vienna, Warsaw, Zurich.
Arrival and departure transfers by shuttle bus service or private transfers are offered from the Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (commonly known as Brnik Airport).
- Shuttle bus: 9 EUR / person (min 4 persons, price of one way transfer, max. waiting time 1h, VAT incl.)
- Private transfer economy: 38 EUR / car (price of one way transfer, NO waiting time, VAT incl.)
- Private transfer premium: 50 EUR / car (price of one way transfer, NO waiting time, VAT incl.)
- Group transfer: 65 EUR / van (max. 7 persons, price of one way transfer, NO waiting time, VAT incl.)
Ljubljana is a busy congress centre and hotels tend to fill up quickly in June, which is why we would suggest making a booking as early as possible. Some of the hotels and B&Bs that offer a special discount for conference participants are listed below, but many more options are available within walking distance, for details see e.g. here. Due to limited capacities, participants are requested to handle all arrangements themselves.
- Vila Teslova: 10% discount if you book via email@example.com and reference
MMM 2019 Conference
- Hotel Galleria: 10% discount if you book by 30 April 2019 and use reference code
- Penzion Pod lipo: 5% discount if you reference
MMM 2019 Conference
- Hotel Emonec: €87/night for double room, €79/night for single occupancy if you book via firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 March 2019 (possibly also later depending on availability) and reference Faculty of Arts, Department of Comparative and General Linguistics.
- Pri Mraku: €110/night if you book by 31 March 2019
- Hotel Park: €100/night for single room, €110/night for single use of double room if you book by 27 May 2019
Tour of National and University Library (NUK)
A guided tour of the National Library has been planned for Thursday, June 27th at 12:00. Please, be at the lobby of the Faculty of Arts a little bit before 12:00.
The conference dinner will take place on Friday, June 28th at Bistro Švicarija. The dinner price is 30 EUR per person and it covers welcome drink, 3-course meal + 1 alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink.
Sunday excursion to the Slovenian coast (June 30th)
- 7:15 Departure from Ljubljana
- 9:00 Arrival in Soline/Sečovlje Park
- Guided tour to the salt panels, visit to the museum and free time in the protected areas. Take your camera!
- 11:00 Panoramic boat tour to Piran
- 12:00 Arrival in Piran and free time for lunch, walk through the narrow streets, visit of old town, swimming, walk to Portorož, coffee, dessert, sunbathing.
- 17:00 Departure for Ljubljana
Participation is now closed. But if you really want to take part in the trip, send an email to Maja Blesić.
Oral presentations will take place in Room 2, at the ground floor of the main building of the Faculty of Arts. A computer projection system will be provided in the lecture hall. However, presenters can use their own laptops, if they prefer. For any special types of presentation such as video projection, please, let us know in advance.
Poster presentations will take place at the lobby of the main building of the Faculty. We will provide stands for the poster presentations. The posters should be in an upright position (height: 100 cm; width: 70cm).