Word-Formation Theories VI & Typology and Universals in Word-Formation V

Dates: 23. 06. 2022 - 26. 06. 2022

Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Slovakia, Department of British and American Studies, Faculty of Arts

and

SKASE (Slovak Association for the Study of English)

invite you to

Word-Formation Theories VI
&
Typology and Universals in Word-Formation V

Conference

in KOŠICE, SLOVAKIA

23 – 26 June 2022

PLENARY SPEAKERS

Mark Aronoff, Stony Brook University, New York, USA
Jan Don, Amsterdam University, The Netherlands
Martin Everaert, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Volker Gast, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena
Gary Libben, Brock University, Canada
Edward Vajda, Western Washington University, USA

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Submission of abstracts: EXTENDED DEADLINE – 30 April, 2022
Notification of acceptance: 10 May, 2022
Submission of a registration form: 31 May, 2022

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME AVAILABLE HERE

Conference abstracts can be found here

ORGANISATION

Organiser: – Department of British and American Studies, Faculty of Arts, Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice and SKASE

Organising Committee
Pavol Štekauer, Lívia Körtvélyessy, Slávka Tomaščíková

Department Staff
Petra Filipová, Renáta Gregová, Slávka Janigová, Martina Martausová, Renáta Panocová, Július Rozenfeld, Karin Sabolíková, Adriana Saboviková, Renáta Timková

PhD students
Lucia Gállová, Ľubomír Andrej, Dmytro Hrytsu, Róbert Šarišský, Filip Šera, Karin Miklossiová, Frederika Pekarčíková

MA students

Technical staff
Marek Sekerák, Tomáš Polák, Ľubica Nezníková

Organised with the support of the APVV project No: APVV-19–003 Onomatopoeia – what's in a name? and the support of the Top Research team scheme: Onomasiology – word-formation – typology.

CONFERENCE SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Pavel Stekauer, UPJŠ Košice, Slovakia
Lívia Körtvélyessy, UPJŠ Košice, Slovakia
Salvador Valera, University of Granada, Spain
Alexandra Bagasheva, Sofia University, Bulgaria
Vincent Renner, University of Lyon, France
Makiko Mukai, Kochi Women's University, Japan
Jesus Fernandez Dominguez, University of Granada, Spain

The conference will adhere to the preventive public health measures of the Slovak Republic and P.J. Safarik University regulations in force at the time of the conference.
We kindly ask conference participants to familiarize themselves with the national rules for entry at the time of the conference. All the relavant information will be continuously updated since June 1. Feel free to contact conference organizers if you have any questions.
The official website of the Slovak government related to the COVID-19 measures can be found here.

Conference venue

KOŠICE – A UNIVERSITY CITY AND EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE IN 2013

Košice is a city with an eventful and illustrious past and multicultural and colourful present. It is a seat of culture and education. During the university semesters students make the city their own, and one may find them at every turn: in the theatres, the museums, the galleries, the concert halls, the libraries, and the parks. Almost nine thousand future professionals in medical, legal, scientific, social, philosophical disciplines and arts study at Pavol Jozef Šafárik University, further swelling the already large permanent population of the city of over 240,000.

Košice’s earliest documents date back to 1230 and refer to it as “Villa Cassa”. Its coat of arms is the oldest in Europe, a fact attested to by a letter dating from 1369. The city's historic sights – from various periods – are concentrated in the centre, the Urban Heritage Area. The recently reconstructed Main Street, lined by the houses and palaces of the burghers of the past, offers visitors a pleasant stroll, and is also the venue for many major events. Košice has always been known for its extraordinary mixture of cultures and dialects, a mixture that contributes greatly to the attractions of the city.

More about Košice at www.kosice.sk

CONFERENCE VENUE

Directions to the conference venue, accommodation, and restaurants can be found in this map of Kosice.

INSURANCE

Please note that neither Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, nor SKASE, will pay for, or accept liability for, travel, accommodation, living or other expenses incurred by participants, unless previously agreed in writing.

All conference participants should be aware that neither Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, nor SKASE, have or will accept any liability whatsoever for any damage or injury to visitors, to the university or to property, however such damage or injury may be caused.
Participants are expected to be fully insured by their own institutions or through their personal insurance for personal health, accident/property coverage (also against claims made by third parties) during their participation in the Conference.

The conference will adhere to the preventive public health measures of the Slovak Republic and P.J. Safarik University regulations in force at the time of the conference.
We kindly ask conference participants to familiarize themselves with the national rules for entry at the time of the conference. All the relavant information will be continuously updated since June 1. Feel free to contact conference organizers if you have any questions.
The official website of the Slovak government related to the COVID-19 measures can be found here.

GETTING TO/AROUND KOSICE

GETTING TO KOSICE

GETTING AROUND KOSICE

TO THE CITY CENTRE:

From the airport to the city centre

To reach the city centre from the airport, you can either call a taxi (see the taxi numbers listed below) or take the Bus 23 which leaves from the bus stop situated directly in front of the Arrivals hall. The journey time is 15 minutes, and the tickets can be purchased either at the ticket machines at the bus stop or from the bus driver (exact change required). See below for the detailed information:

Ticket Machines
30 minutes 0.90€
60 minutes 1.00€
oversized luggage 0.90€

Bus Driver
Only a 60-minute ticket is available (1.50€).

Your destination stop should be the Liberation Square stop – “NÁMESTIE OSLOBODITEĽOV”. The AUPARK shopping centre will be in front of you. To get to Main Street – “HLAVNÁ ULICA” – cross the road in front of you and continue straight ahead, passing the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, which is the first building on “HLAVNÁ ULICA”. The Cathedral is about a 3-minute walk from the hotel. The schedules of Bus 23 are reproduced below, and they can also be checked at https://imhd.sk/…ic-transport. Additionally, it is possible to download the app “Cestovné poriadky CP”, tap on the drop-down menu and pick MHD Košice, which will allow you to navigate Košice public transport in real time and based on your location. The links are also provided below.

https://apps.apple.com/…id1054934213
https://play.google.com/…apps/details?…

From the railway or bus station to the city centre
While there is a taxi rank in front of the railway and bus stations, walking to the centre is really quite quick and easy. The historical centre, with the majority of hotels, restaurants, stores and the enchanting Main Street – “HLAVNÁ ULICA” – is only a 7 to 9-minute walk from the railway and bus stations. If arriving by train, go out of the right-most doors of the station and walk straight along the pavement in front you. If arriving by bus, walk along the front of the railway station (which will be on your right as you exit the bus terminal) to the second set of doors and turn left to walk along the pavement. As you walk, you will pass a tram stop (on your left). Continuing straight on, you will cross the road (cars don’t always stop for pedestrians at pedestrian crossings, so please be careful!) to walk down an alley of trees through the city park. You should already be able to see the cathedral tower in the distance. Once you have crossed a pedestrian bridge, you will enter Mlynská Street – “MLYNSKÁ ULICA”. As you continue straight on, you will exit Mlynská Street at the Cathedral, which is actually in the middle of Main Street – “HLAVNÁ ULICA“.
Once you have reached “HLAVNÁ ULICA“, if you turn right, you should reach the Peace Marathon Square – “NÁMESTIE MARATÓNU MIERU” – in less than 5 minutes; if you turn left, you should reach the Liberation Square – “NÁMESTIE OSLOBODITEĽOV” – in the same amount of time.
The Peace Marathon Square – “NÁMESTIE MARATÓNU MIERU is easily recognisable by a clearly visible statue of a marathon runner on the left hand side as well as by two large buildings of the East Slovak Museum (yellow and cream respectively) located on the left and right sides of the square. The Liberation Square – “NÁMESTIE OSLOBODITEĽOV” – can be recognised by a large memorial to the soldiers of World War II and the shopping centre AUPARK.

TO THE CONFERENCE VENUE:

We recommend you walk to the conference venue from your hotels, unless the weather is really bad. It takes much less time to walk than to take public transport. All hotels are within walking distance from the conference venue.

From the city centre to the conference venue

Once you have reached the Cathedral, continue walking straight on, crossing the plaza beside the Cathedral, which will be on your left. Continuing to Alžbetina Street – “ALŽBETINA ULICA” – which faces the front of the Cathedral, proceed down the street, passing the Julius Jakoby statue, until you reach the first set of traffic lights, which will be at the intersection of Alžbetina Street – “ALŽBETINA ULICA” – and Moyzesova Street – “MOYZESOVA ULICA”. Continuing along the road across the street, you will find the conference venue on your right.

From the railway/bus station to the conference venue

Take the Bus 17 leaving from the bus park directly in front of the railway station park and get off the bus at the Slovak Radio bus stop – “SLOVENSKÝ ROZHLAS” – the journey should take approximately 8 min. After leaving the bus, continue in the same direction from which you just came. Proceed down Moyzesova Street – “MOYZESOVA ULICA” – towards a small intersection in the distance (about 400 metres). The conference venue will be on your right.

From the Peace Marathon Square – “NÁMESTIE MARATÓNU MIERU” – to the conference venue

Take the Bus 36 leaving from the side of the cream building of the East Slovak Museum (bus stop MARATHON SQUARE) and continue for 2 bus stops. Get off the bus at the bus stop “SLOVENSKÝ ROZHLAS”. Then take the Bus 12 and continue for just one bus stop. Get off the bus at the bus stop “ALŽBETINA”. The conference venue will be on your right.

From Liberation Square – “NÁMESTIE OSLOBODITEĽOV” to the conference venue

Take the Bus 16 leaving from a bus stop located in front of the shopping center Dargov (next to DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel) and continue for 1 stop (“DOM UMENIA” – House of Arts). Get off at the stop “DOM UMENIA” – House of Arts. Continue straight along Moyzesova Street – “MOYZESOVA ULICA” for 3 minutes and the conference venue will be on your left

Directions to the conference venue, accommodation, and restaurants can be found in this map of Kosice.

TO THE HOTELS:

From the train and bus station to Pension Hradbová (20 min.):
Take Bus 17 and continue for 5 stops (12 min.). Get off the bus at Slovak Radio – “SLOVENSKÝ ROZHLAS”. Turn left and cross the road at the traffic lights. Continue straight along Poštová Street – “POŠTOVÁ ULICA”. At the first crossroads, turn right, entering Hradbová Street – “HRADBOVÁ ULICA”. Continue along “HRADBOVÁ ULICA” for less than 100 metres. The Pension will be on your left.

From the train and bus station to the TUKE University Guesthouse at Boženy Nemcovej Street (30 min.):
From the train/bus station – “STANIČNÉ NÁMESTIE” – take bus 19 and get off at the “AMFITEÁTER”. Then, take bus 12 at the “AMFITEÁTER” stop and get off at Botanical Gardens – “BOTANICKÁ ZÁHRADA”. Proceed down Boženy Nemcovej Street – “ULICA BOŽENY NEMCOVEJ” – for about 400 metres. The Guest House will be on your left.

From the train and bus station to Hotel Teledom (10 min.):
From the train/bus station – “STANIČNÉ NÁMESTIE” – take bus 15, continue for 2 bus stops and get off the bus at the “DOM UMENIA”. Then continue straight along Moyzesova Street – “MOYZESOVA ULICA” for about 2 minutes to Timonova Street – “TIMONOVA ULICA” and the Hotel Teledom will be right in front of you.

From the conference venue to the TUKE University Guesthouse at Boženy Nemcovej Street (10–15 min.):
After leaving the conference venue in Moyzesova Street – “MOYZESOVA ULICA” continue to Šrobárova Street – “ŠROBÁROVA STREET”, then turn left and continue towards an intersection. Cross the street, turn left and find the “ALŽBETINA, REKTORÁT UPJŠ” bus stop. Take bus 12 and continue for 8 stops (8 min). Get off the bus at the Botanical Gardens – “BOTANICKÁ ZÁHRADA”. Proceed down Boženy Nemcovej Street – “ULICA BOŽENY NEMCOVEJ” – for about 400 metres. The Guest House will be on your left.

From the city centre to the TUKE University Guesthouse at Boženy Nemcovej Street (10–15 min.):
Once in the city centre, walk towards the Cathedral until you reach its entrance. Continue to Alžbetina Street – “ALŽBETINA ULICA”, which faces the entrance to the Cathedral, and proceed down the street until you reach the first traffic signal. Do not cross the road, turn right and find the bus stop “ALŽBETINA, REKTORÁT UPJŠ”. Take bus 12, continue for 8 stops (8 min). Get off the bus at the Botanical Gardens – “BOTANICKÁ ZÁHRADA”. Proceed down Boženy Nemcovej Street – “ULICA BOŽENY NEMCOVEJ” – for about 400 metres. The Guest House will be on your left.

Public Transport Fares

Note that public transport tickets (valid for all buses, trams, and trolleybuses) can be purchased from ticket machines (exact change required) and from various magazine kiosks. The cost is 0.90€ per 30-minute ride (transfers allowed) or 1.00€ for 60-minute ride. A 24-hour ticket is available for 3.20€ and a 7-day pass for 12.00€. Every ticket must be stamped by a machine as soon as you enter the tram, bus or trolleybus. Beware of pickpockets when on buses/trolleybuses and at the bus stops near the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, as they are very frequent downtown.
For more information about fares see https://imhd.sk/…9744/Tickets.

A 60-minute ride can also be paid for by sending a blank text message to 1166 (only Slovak mobile phone providers), and the ticket has to be confirmed by a return message before getting on.

BOLT Electric Scooters

A large number of electric scooters is provided at strategic spots throughout Košice, usually near larger transport hubs. A scooter can be located through GPS and rented by scanning the QR code through the company’s app which can be downloaded via Google Play or Apple App Store. Link for the download can be found here: https://bolt.eu/sk/scooters/ Aside from scooters Bolt also provides their own taxi service and food delivery. All the information can be found here: https://bolt.eu/…ties/kosice/ When you finish your ride, you will be asked to take a photograph of the scooter and after a short delay, your fare will be subtracted from your credit card.

ANTIK Smart-Way Bicycles

Antik company provides multiple options regarding inner-city mobility. Those include electric scooters and both regular and electric bicycles that can be rented similarly to the Bolt scooters. To rent a bike, one needs to download their app which can be found here:
• App Store = https://apps.apple.com/…id1436857710
• Google Play = https://play.google.com/…apps/details?…
Minimum fare that has to be paid to rent these bikes is 1 euro/hour. Just as Bolt scooters, Antik bikes can be located through the app. Please note that you have to park the bikes and scooters in a way that does not obstruct any roads and sidewalks.

TAXI

For transport within the city, you can also call a taxi at any of the following numbers:

Student taxi +421 949 07 07 07
Easy taxi +421 907 234 263, +421 919 333 333
My Taxi +421 910 340 770
CTC taxi +421 905 955 955 (from airport), +421556333333 (around the city)
Taxi Košice +421 948 86 76 76
Central taxi +421 948 362 111, +421 915252007
VIP taxi +421 907 556 677, +421 55 16500
Hello taxi +421 911 434 343
Maxi taxi +421 905 357 555, +421 918 888 081

Additionally, you can also use the Bolt app, as their services are available in Košice as well.

Taxi fares around the city range from €2.50 to €8.
All the taxi services available in Košice are listed at www.najditaxi.sk

ACCOMMODATION

The three accommodation options specified below are offered to conference participants and their accompanying persons by the conference organizers in cooperation with the hotels. These specially-negotiated conference prices are available only if you use „BAS Conference“ identification during the booking procedure. Please, book online with the hotels using either their online booking forms or by contacting hotels by e-mail. Please, do not forget to insert/mention the „BAS Conference“ identification. All hotels are within walking distance of the conference venue.

HOTELS

Hotel TELEDOM*** Timonova 27, Košice, www.hotelteledom.sk

Pension Hradbova*** Hradbová 9, Košice, www.penzionhradbova.sk

€54,90 single room (including breakfast)
€61,20 double room occupied by 1 person (including breakfast)
€76,50 double room occupied by 2 persons (including breakfast)

Municipality Tax: €1.50 per person per night. Internet, Wellness
e-mail: info@penzionhradbova.skrecepcia@penzionhradbova.sk

TUKE University Guest House accommodation* Boženy Němcovej 1, Košice, Booking.com

The rooms are arranged in pairs of two rooms (one double room and one single room) connected by a corridor, sharing a shower and WC.
Prices vary from €15 per person in a double room occupied by two persons, through €30 per person in a single room, to €50 for a small apartment with a kitchenette.

Municipality Tax: €1.50 per person per night. Internet.

SOCIAL PROGRAMME

Thursday, 23rd June 2022 at 18.00: Free guided tour of Košice is offered for conference participants and their accompanying persons. The tour takes one hour, starts at the conference venue and ends in the Main Street.

Friday, 24th June 2022 at 18.00: All participants and accompanying persons are kindly invited to the conference dinner at Teledom Hotel, Timonova 27, Kosice.

OPTIONAL TRIPS

To be announced

EATING IN KOŠICE

RESTAURANTS

All of the following restaurants offer a daily menu for reasonable prices between 11.30am and 2pm, usually including a starter, a main course and a dessert. We have decided to rate them for you with stars, even though it is not an official ranking.

Le Colonial, Hlavná 8, http://www.lecolonial.sk/ ****
Mon-Sun 11.00–23.00
A colonial style restaurant offering high-class delicious meals and a wide variety of drinks served by a professional staff.

Golden Royal, Vodná 8, http://www.goldenroyal.sk/ ****
Tue-Sun 11.00–21.00, Mon Closed
Situated in a charming Winter Garden with delicious international cuisine.

LaHacienda, Mäsiarska 430/8, https://lahacienda.sk/en/ ****
Mon Closed, Tue-Thu 11.00–23.00, Fri-Sat 11.00–24.00, Sun 11.00–23.00
Offers high quality Mexican food, including burritos, quesadillas, fajitas, tacos, traditional Mexican desserts and drinks. Situated in very stylish interior.

Pivovar Hostinec, Levočský dom, Hlavná 65, https://www.pivovarhostinec.sk/en/ ****
Mon-Thu 15.00–24.00, Fri 15.00–01.00, Sat 12.00–01.00, Sun 12.00–24.00
It is the oldest restaurant in Europe with a great atmosphere placed in a 15th century gothic building serving high-quality food. It is also a great place for tasting different kinds of beer.

Rosto Steakhouse, Orlia 6, http://www.rosto.sk/ ****
Mon-Fri 11.00–23.00, Sat 12.00–23.00, Sun 12.00–22.00
The only official steakhouse in Košice serves mainly delicious steaks, but also grilled fish and Oriental specialities. It also includes a charming summer garden.

Bakoš Bistro, Krivá 14, https://www.bakosbistro.sk/sk ****
Mon-Fri 9.00–16.00, Sat-Sun 9.00– 7.00
Young chef’s bistro based on high quality ingredients from local Slovak suppliers. The cuisine concentrates on traditional, healthy and light recipes with modern variants and ingredients. Suitable for breakfast, brunch as well as for lunch and dinner. Serves great coffee.

Little India, Kováčska 23, http://www.littleindiakosice.sk/ ***
Mon-Fri 10.00 – 22.00, Sat 11.00 – 22.00, Sun 12.00 – 22.00
Indian restaurant where you can try specialties prepared by our cooks accompanied with a pleasant environment. Enjoy the unique taste of Indian specialties.

Villa Regia, Dominikánske námestie 3, http://www.villaregia.sk/sk/restauracia ***
Mon-Fri 11.00–18.00, Sat 11.30–18.00, Sun Closed
One of the most popular restaurants in the city with a historical atmosphere, massive wooden tables, wooden statues, and a fire place. If you are a fan of steaks, it is the place for you.

Camelot, Kováčska 19, http://www.restaurant-camelot.sk/ ***
Mon-Fri 11.00–24.00, Sat-Sun 15.00–01.00, Sat 15:00–24.00
An outstanding restaurant inspired by the legendary Camelot castle offers great steaks, raw meat specialities and one of the best Czech beers in Košice.

Karczma Mlyn, Hlavná 82, http://www.karczmamlyn.sk/ ***
Mon-Thu 11.00–23.00, Fri 11.00–24.00, Sat 11.30–24.00, Sun 11.30– 22.00
The restaurant premises are decorated with historical rural wooden working tools and Goral paintings typical for the era. The restaurant staff will serve meals to you, offering the selection of meals made of fresh products.

Med Malina, Hlavná 81, http://www.medmalina.sk/ ***
Mon-Fri 11.00–23.00, Sat 11.00–23.00, Sun 10.00–22.00
A popular cosy village-style restaurant serving mostly typical Slovak meals like “Halušky” in a traditional decoration and nice staff.

Bamboo Sushi&Grill, Hlavná 78 ***
Mon-Thu 10.30–22.00, Fri 10.30–23.00, Sat 12.00–23.00, Sun 12.00–21.00
Bamboo Sushi&Grill offers specialties from Asian cuisine in a pleasant, decent and stylish interior. Besides sushi, the visitors can also taste Vietnamese and Thai cuisine.

Sushi Maiko, Hlavná 1, http://www.sushimaiko.sk/ ***
Mon-Sun 11.00–22.30
A modern sushi restaurant situated in Double Tree by Hilton offers a great selection of fresh sushi also available in the form of daily menus. Gluten-free dishes are also available.

Grange, Mäsiarská 8, https://grange.farm/ ***
Mon-Fri 11.00–22.00, Sat 13.00–22.00, Sun 13.00–21.00
Perfect place to grab a burger and fries.

Peppe’s, Mäsiarska 8, http://www.peppes.sk/index.php ***
Mon-Sun 11.00–22.00
Italian restaurant offering delicious pizza and pasta focusing on Sicilian cuisine, prepared from fresh ingredients by a Sicilian chef, Giuseppe.

BlueBell, Bočná 6, https://www.bluebellke.sk/ ***
Stylish place offering daily menus. It is famous for its terrace with the view of Saint Elizabeth’s Cathedral where you can enjoy your coffee or beer. In the evenings they often organize concerts of young talented musicians and bands.

Vega Heaven, Orlia 10, Domov – Vega Heaven **
Mon-Fri 10.00–22.00, Sat-Sun 11.00–22.00
The first vegetarian restaurant in Czechoslovakia established in 1990 offering tasty vegetarian dishes.

Vincent, Alžbetina 6, http://www.vincent-restaurant.sk/ **
Mon-Thu 10.00–23.00, Fri 10.00–1.00, Sat 11.00–24.00, Sun 12.00–23.00
This restaurant decorated by some of Vincent Van Gogh’s famous paintings is an ideal place for quick lunches offering delicious daily menus for reasonable prices.

Halmi Cafe, Hlavná 21 **
Mon-Thu 9.00–22.00, Fri 09.00–00.00, weekends 14.00–22.00.
Multigenre space and coworking café in the heart of the city.

Burekas, Vrátna 58, **
Mon-Fri 8.30–19.00, Sat Closed, Sun 12.00–19.00
A unique Jewish restaurant with a special menu including Falafel and Humus served by friendly staff. You can enjoy yourself in a beautiful garden space for low prices.

Teledom, Timonova 27, http://restaurant.teledom.sk/sk/ *
Mon-Fri 10.30–14.30 (Daily Menu)
This restaurant belongs to hotel Teledom and it offers fresh food of Slovak origin which you could also try also from daily menus. Very close to the conference venue.

FASTFOOD

Pizza Pizzalino, Hlavná 108
Mon-Thu 11.00–2.00, Fri-Sat 11.00–4.00, Sun 15.00–24.00
A very popular place for late-night snacks for a special price of €1 for a slice of pizza.

Košická Bagetka, Hlavná 98/51
Mon-Fri 7.00–20.00, Sat, Sun Closed
A wide variety of fresh white or cereal sandwiches which you can put together with various fresh vegetables, hams, cheeses, etc. A perfect place for brunches.

McDonald’s, Protifašistických bojovníkov 6
Mon-Sun 7.00–24.00

Aupark Foodcourt, Námestie osloboditeľov
Mon-Sun 9.00–20.00
The second floor of Aupark shopping centre includes various types of restaurants (Chinese, Mexican, Slovak), Kebab or the popular Subway sandwiches. Surrounded by cafés, lounges and beer places.

Burrito, Hlavná 9/12
Mon-Thu 11.00–21.00, Fri 11.00–22.00, Sat 11.00–21.00, Sun Closed
Offers traditional Mexican specialties including burritos, quesadillas and chilli bowls served to go. Based on fresh and local ingredients.

Noodler, Hlavná 91/65
Mon-Sun 10.00–22.00
Perfect place for quick lunch/diner, offering various types of Asian noodles with the possibility to choose different kinds of sauces and toppings, served to go in little boxes.

Soup Culture, Hviezdoslavova 4
Mon-Fri 10.00–19.00, Sat 10.00–18.00, Sun Closed
Healthy fast food offering homemade soups, including vegan variants, served to go in edible cups.

BREAKFAST

Nico Caffé, Kuzmányho 1
Mon-Fri 8.00–22.00, Sat-Sun 9.00–22.00
Offers breakfast, brunch as well as lunch and dinner menu. Great coffee and homemade baked goods.

Šálka kávy, Hviezdoslavova 2
Mon-Thu 7.00–22.00, Fri 7.00–24.00, Sat-Sun 8.00–22.00
The perfect place for healthy breakfast, freshly baked cakes, coffee, tea, homemade specialties and egg omelettes in a beautiful interior.

San Domenico, Dominikánske námestie 3
Mon-Sat 7.00–20.00, Sun 8.00–21.00
Located in the centre of the historical town, San Domenico also offers a bio-breakfast with an option of lactose-free and gluten-free specialties.

Cinnamon Dream Bakery, Poštová 2
Mon-Fri 12.00–18.30, Sat-Sun 11.00–18.00
Delicious freshly baked cinnamon rolls with various toppings including chocolate, salted caramel, nuts, Oreos and others. Served to go in little boxes.

COFFEE, TEA, ICE CREAM, HOT CHOCOLATE

Caffé Trieste, Uršulínska 2
Mon-Sat 7.30–19.00, Sun 8.30–19.00
High-quality coffee in a little cosy place right next to Main Street.

Coffee World – Kávy sveta, Hlavná 65
Mon-Fri 9.00–22.00, Sat, Sun 10.00–22.00
American, Brazilian, Caribbean, Chinese, Ethiopian, French, Indian/Pakistani, Italian, Mexican or Turkish are only some of the amazing coffee types this place offers. A great cafeteria offering hundreds of coffee specialties from all around the world.

Moja Malá Budapešť, Kováčska 4
Mon-Sun 10.00–18.00
Cosy place with great coffee and cakes, located in a small alley where you can enjoy your coffee and the atmosphere of Košice.

Republika Východu, Hlavná 31
Mon-Thu 8.00–22.00, Fri-Sat 8.00–23.00, Sun 8.00–21.00
The first café with a theme of Eastern Slovakia where the menu and the products are listed in the dialect of Košice. Popular for its stylish interior, breakfast, crépes, sandwiches, vegetarian meals, good coffee and drinks.

Little Havana, Kováčska 13
Mon-Thu 18.00–1.00, Fri 18.00–2.00, Sat 18.00–1.00
A very stylish place to enjoy a glass of Cuban rum, whiskey, coffee or tea.

Bonbónik, Chocolaterie, Hlavná 20
Mon-Fri 10.00–22.00, Sat 10.00–21.00, Sun 14.00–20.00
A chocolaterie offering delicious Belgian chocolate in manifold variations, including chocolate candies and pancakes.

Dobrá čajovňa, Mäsiarska 42
Mon-Sat 15.00–21.00
An amazing tea house offering hundreds of tea types, dry fruit and shishas with cosy decoration and the possibility to sit on the floor on Indian cushions.

Arthur Gelato, Hlavná 21
Mon-Thu 12.00–18.00, Fri-Sat 11.00– 9.00, Sun 11.00–18.00
Voted the 3rd best ice-cream in Košice, it offers different kinds of delicious gelato.

BEER AND WINE

All of the places offer great Slovak and Czech beer and various types of high-quality wines. Most of the places also serve typical Slovak and Czech specialties to go with beer (cheese, sausages, Tartar steak, ribs) which you should definitely try!

Golem, Dominikánske námestie 15, Mon-Thu 16.00–22.00, Fri 16.00–23.00, Sat 16.00–22.00
The Beer House, Hlavná 54, Mon 14.00–24.00, Tue-Fri 14.00–2.00, Sat 16.00–2.00, Sun 16.00–24.00
Pub U Kohúta, Hrnčiarska 23, Mon-Thu 11.00–23.00, Fri 11.00–24.00, Sat 18.00–1.00
Villa Cassa Vinoteque, Pri Miklušovej väznici 2, Mon-Fri 13.00–24.00, Sat 12.00–24.00
Camelot, Kováčska 19, Mon-Thu 15.00–24.00, Fri-Sat 15.00–1.00, Sun 15.00–24.00
Pilsner Urquell Pub Aupark, Námestie Osloboditeľov 1, Sun-Wed 11.00–23.00, Thu-Sat 11.00 – 1.00
Bernard, Alžbetina 4, Sun-Thu 17.00–2.00, Fri-Sat 17.00–4.00
Irish Pub Diesel, Hlavná 49, Mon-Thu 11.00–22.00, Fri 11:00–4.00, Sat 18:00–4.00
Pivotéka & Vinotéka, Hlavná 12, Mon-Thu 10.00–23.00, Fri 10.00–24.00, Sat-Sun 26.00–23.00

CLUBS

Jazz Disco Club, Kováčska 39, Tue-Wed 21.00–3.00, Thu 21.00–4.00 Fri-Sat 21.00–4.30
Retro Cult Club, Kováčska 49, Mon 21.00–2.00, Tue-Wed 21.00–3.30, Thu-Sat 21.00–4.30

SPECIALTIES FROM SLOVAK CUISINE

“Bryndzové halušky” (Sheep cheese dumplings) is the national Slovak dish. Sheep cheese gives a unique flavour to the meal by itself, but it is even tastier with small pieces of bacon greaves and sour cream. It is usually served with a glass of sour milk called “Žinčica”.

“Kapustnica” (Cabbage soup) is a Slovak thick sauerkraut soup traditionally prepared at the end of the year for Christmas. Kapustnica can be prepared in a lot of ways (ingredients, length of cooking, etc.) and it differs from region to region. In some regions, Kapustnica may contain smoked meat, sausages and mushrooms, in some regions it is a much simpler soup.

Fried Cheese with French Fries is a very popular Slovak/Czech dish mostly served with French fries and Tartar sauce (Tatárska omáčka) and salad.

“Lángoš” (Deep fried bread) is originally a Hungarian food but it is also a favourite take-away in Slovakia. Sometimes you’ll find it in restaurants as a starter. It is usually served with garlic, cheese, sour cream or ketchup on top (you can choose whatever ingredients you like).

“Prívarok” (Prívarok) is a typical Slovak dish, similar to soups in its consistency but much denser. It comes in many variations depending on the ingredients – pumpkins, lentils, beans, potatoes, dill, etc. It is usually consumed with a slice of bread and sausages or fried eggs might be added on top.

P.J.ŠAFÁRIK UNIVERSITY

Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice (UPJŠ) is the second oldest university in Slovakia. The history of higher education in Košice goes back to the year 1657, when the bishop Benedict Kishdy founded the Academia Cassoviensis, which was run by the Jesuits of Jesus’ Community. The University of Košice Golden Bull issued in 1660 by the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I granted the Universitas Cassoviensis the same privileges as all the other universities of the Habsburg empire. The structure of Universitas Cassoviensis was similar to that of other universities, with faculties of Philosphy, Law and Theology, the last of these being the strongest. Study at the Philosophical Faculty was dedicated primarily to philosophy, history and languages, but the lectures – which were in Latin – also included presentations of the natural sciences: physics, mathematics, geography and botany. The Universitas Cassoviensis had its own library and a church, and it significantly influenced the advancement of science, educational attainment and spiritual culture in the 17th and 18th centuries.

In 1959 the traditions of the Universitas Cassoviensis were revived through the foundation of the Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice. It originally consisted of the Faculty of Medicine (in Košice) and the Faculty of Philosophy (in Prešov). Gradually the university was enlarged by the addition of new faculties:the Faculty of Science in Košice in 1963, the Faculty of Education in Prešov in 1964, Faculty of Law in Košice in 1973, the Faculty of Public Administration in Košice in 1998, and finally the Faculty of Arts in Košice in 2007.

Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice is the second classical university of Slovakia. It ranks among the important and widely-recognized educational and research institutions not only in Slovakia, but also in Europe. Its key mission is to provide education and service to its students and the community by spreading knowledge based on the most recent scientific findings in an international context, as well as to conduct high-quality research. The UPJŠ also supports activities contributing to the education and culture of the public and it helps students develop greater wisdom, creativity, tolerance, critical and independent thinking, self-confidence, and both regional and national awareness.

At present the UPJŠ provides education at its five faculties to almost 9,000 students in more than 105 BA, 65 MA and 35 PhD programmes, with more than 700 lecturers and research staff who use the results of their own high-quality scientific research, the most recent experimental technology, the latest ITC and innovative methods of education.

The University has mainly focused on creating a permanent system of monitoring and improving the quality of education in all the accredited study programmes. Instead of extensive generating new study programmes and increasing the number of students, the emphasis has been placed on optimising the content and methods of implementation of the existing study programmes. The university policy is to promote maximum mutual openness and connectedness of courses, so that the students may benefit from the widest range of opportunities across the university, not just within individual faculties. Improving the quality of the education provided and of the university organization has required a focus on improvement of the physical infrastructure, particularly continuous modernisation and variation of teaching technology, specifically exploiting the Internet and new information technologies.

Students can use the services of the University Library, the Centre for Information and Communication Technologies, and the Botanical Garden. The UPJŠ has more than 2,500 accommodation places, and excellent catering services located near the city centre. The Institute of Physical Education and Sports offers education in the field of sports and recreation, training courses for students, physical education camps, and hobby sports activities for staff, students and public throughout the year, also organizing such events as University Days of Sport, the Wellness Day, or the Intervention Motion Programme.

Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice has established itself in the European education and research arena. It is a member of the European University Association and a signatory of Magna Charta Universitatum. It is a seat of the European Documentation Centre, the Institute of European Law and the Austrian Library. Both education and scientific research at the UPJŠ are carried on in a broad international context and follow European trends. The research teams, led by internationally recognized personalities, use funding from both national and international sources; every year up to 200 research projects are funded (around 20 by foreign grants). The number of publications per staff member in high-quality international journals, the high proportion of papers registered in the Current Contents Connect database and the number of citations in registered databases rank the UPJŠ amongst the best research universities in Slovakia.

The development of the international dimension of the UPJŠ is closely related to the LLP/Erasmus mobility programme for staff and students and to mobility within the National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic. The numbers of UPJŠ students who complete part of their studies abroad as well as the number of incoming students and staff are all growing. The UPJŠ has more than 230 Erasmus bilateral agreements with universities in 20 countries. For international Erasmus students, the International Office of UPJŠ regularly organizes EILC – Erasmus Intensive Language Courses – that enable incoming students to study the Slovak language, to understand the Slovak culture, and to become familiar with the academic milieu in Slovakia.
Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice is also open to Free Movers.

For more information about the Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, please visit www.upjs.sk.
 

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME AVAILABLE HERE

Conference scientific committee

Pavel Stekauer, UPJŠ Košice, Slovakia
Lívia Körtvélyessy, UPJŠ Košice, Slovakia
Salvador Valera, University of Granada, Spain
Alexandra Bagasheva, Sofia University, Bulgaria
Vincent Renner, University of Lyon, France
Makiko Mukai, Kochi Women's University, Japan
Jesus Fernandez Dominguez, University of Granada, Spain

IMPORTANT DEADLINES

Submission of abstracts: EXTENDED DEADLINE – 30 April, 2022
Notification of acceptance: 10 May, 2022
Submission of a registration form: 31 May, 2022

Abstracts of 300 words maximum should be sent via e-mail to pavel.stekauer@upjs.sk.

Abstracts for workshops should be sent to the e-mail address specified in the section ‚Workshops‘ of this website.

Presentation requirements:

The Conference rooms will be equipped with computers (OS Windows) and projectors (beamers). Presenters should have their presentations on a USB or an online cloud service; connecting presenters' own computers to the projectors will not be possible.

Maximum poster size is 150 cm (height) x 100 cm (width). Presenters are required to bring their posters already printed. Poster boards will be provided by the conference organizers.

PLENARY SPEAKERS

Mark Aronoff, Stony Brook University, New York, USA
X-ify, X-ific, X-ifical, Xificate, Xification, Xificatory: A stroll through history and the OED

The vocabulary of written Modern English consists largely of words that bear the traces of borrowing to an extent found in few other languages. Many word-formation patterns of the language are rooted in these borrowings. In this presentation, I explore a set of apparently related borrowed patterns, drawing on OED online: X-ify, X-ific, X-ifical, Xificate, Xification, and Xificatory. The surface similarities among these conceals a rich and sometimes surprising set of relations. Assuming Yang’s Tolerance Principle and compositionality, neither concatenation nor successive merge provides insight into the data. Only comparison between the members of individual pairs yields results. I will show that it has never been true that X-ify → X-ific → X-ifical; nor does X-ificate → X-ification; however, X-ify → X-ification → X-ficatory. These findings have broad implications.

Jan Don, Amsterdam University, The Netherlands
Going back to my roots: Can we get rid of zero morphemes?

Creemers et al. (2018) proposes a theory of derivational affixes that aims at (i) preserving the insights of lexical morphology regarding the order and phonological properties of affixes, and (ii), sticking to the Separation Hypothesis and preserving the insights of Distributed Morphology. One of the more embarrassing aspects of the proposed theory is the free use of zero-affixes. Borer (2014: 322) formulates this problem as follows: “all such models [using zero-affixes, JD] perforce divorce morpho-phonological complexity from morphological, syntactic, or morpho-syntactic complexity”. In this paper I address the use of zero-affixes and the treatment of conversion, aiming at a zero-less theory of derivational morphology.

References
Borer, H. (2014) Structuring Sense; Volume III: Taking Form, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Creemers, A., Don, J., & Fenger, P. (2018). Some affixes are roots, others are heads. Natural language and linguistic theory, 36(1), 45–84. https://doi.org/…9-017-9372-1

Martin Everaert, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Idioms in word-formation

Idiomaticity is a pervasive feature of language: “there is so much of it in every language” (Weinreich 1969). Weinreich also links idiomaticity to morphology when he says “Like many facts of word-formation (cf. Zimmer, 1964), idiomaticity serves to remind us how heavily language is laden with semi-productive patterns.” It is this connection, between word-formation and idiomaticity that will be the topic of this presentation. I will try to explain why it makes sense to talk about ‘morphological idioms’, depending on how we define idioms, and discuss its consequences.

Volker Gast, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena
Compounds in translation and interpreting.
A study of English and German based on a multimodal parallel corpus

One of the most striking differences between English and German in the domain of the lexicon concerns the form and use of nominal compounds (cf. König & Gast 2018: Ch. 8 for an overview). While compounds in English are mostly identified on the basis of prosodic or semantic properties (Marchand 1969, Plag 2003), German in addition uses morphological signals to indicate compounding (Fuhrhopp 1998). Moreover, compounds in German are often complex, while English compounds rarely comprise more than two components. These differences lead to well-known difficulties in second language acquisition (e.g. Zeldes 2018) and translation (e.g. Berg 2017).
In this study, the contrastive analysis of nominal compounds is approached using a triangular translation corpus, which contains original speeches from the European Parliament with their online as well as offline translations (interpretations and written translations). This corpus allows us to compare online and offline translations of the same input, and to make inferences concerning the bilingual processing of compounds under different types of input and output constraints.
Preliminary inspection of the data shows striking differences between online and offline translations (see Table 1). Three major types of differences can be observed in German translations of English speeches: (i) omission in the online translation (e.g. networking site), (ii) use of a loanword corresponding to the English original (e.g. Genozid vs. Völkermord), and (iii) use of a (non-idiomatic) syntactic phrase (e.g. Kosten des Krieges vs. Menschenleben). In the particular speech from which the examples in Table 1 were taken, only two compounds are found in both online and offline translations, Sicherheitsrat (‚United Nations Security Council‘) and Rassenhass (‚racial hatred‘). Both of these words were highly salient in the particular context of the speech, a commemoration of the Srebrenica massacre.
The triangular corpus allows us not only to identify categorial differences between translation strategies like those mentioned above, but also to study time lags (reaction times) associated with these strategies, in relation to factors such as frequency of occurrence and activation in a given context. In my talk I will present results obtained on the basis of a corpus of a few dozen of speeches, both English translated into German and German translated into English.

Table 1: Compounds in a speech given by Richard Howitt on 14 January, 2009

English originalGerman offline translationGerman online translation
the going down of the sunSonnenuntergang(not translated)
human cost of warMenschenleben, die ein Krieg kostetdie Kosten des Krieges
massacreBlutbadMassaker
United Nations Security CouncilSicherheitsratSicherheitsrat
racial hatredRassenhassRassenhass
networking siteNetzwerkseite(not translated)
genocideVölkermordGenozid

References
Berg. T. (2017). Compounding in German and English. Languages in Contrast 17.1: 43–68.
Fuhrhopp, N. (1998). Grenzfälle morphologischer Einheiten. Tübingen: Stauffenburg.
König, E. and V. Gast (2018). Understanding English-German Contrasts. 4th edition. Berlin: Erich-Schmidt Verlag.
Marchand, H. (1969). The Categories and Types of Present-Day English Word Formation. München: Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung.
Plag, I. (2003). Word Formation in English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Zeldes, A. (2018). Compounds and productivity in advanced L2 German writing. In Tyler, A.E., L. Ortega, M. Uno and H.I. Park (eds.), Usage-Inspired L2 Instruction: Researched Pedagogy, 237–265. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Gary Libben, Brock University, Canada
Compounding as a window to morphological knowledge and the mental representation of words

Compounding is an extremely widespread and productive word formation process. I present evidence that compound morphology is modulated by patterns of use across the lifespan which can convert free-standing words into positionally-bound compound constituents. I present a model of compound representation and processing that captures the time-course of compound constituent activation and the manner in which that activation can be in competition with the activation of corresponding free-standing words. I demonstrate how the model is supported by evidence in the existing literature as well as by written production data we have obtained for compound typing in English, German, and French.

Edward Vajda, Western Washington University, USA
Polysynthetic verb morphology in Ket

As the sole survivor of Central Siberia’s Yeniseian family, Ket is typologically and genealogically distinct from all other Inner Eurasian languages. Finite verb structure displays each of the three hallmark features of polysynthesis: holophrasis, incorporation, and a discontinuous lexical stem. This presentation describes how Ket specifically realizes each of these features in certain ways that are rather typical for a strongly head-marking language, but also in other ways that are much more unusual cross-linguistically, even among polysynthetic languages. The latter includes idiosyncratic lexical constraints on which verbs can incorporate secondary heavy lexical material, the presence of highly marked affix order configurations in the template, as well as the remarkable prevalence of multiple exponence in subject and object marking patterns.

WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOP 1

Title: Onomatopoeia
Date: 24 June 2022
Contact: Livia Körtvélyessy, livia.kortvelyessy@upjs.sk

Description:
If we ask two linguists of divergent theoretical background about the nature of the word cuckoo, we might face two different worlds. While in the English linguistic tradition this word is categorized as onomatopoeia, its Slovak equivalent kukučka is at most of onomatopoeic origin but definitely not onomatopoeia itself. The relate onomatopoeia kukuk is treated as an interjection. These contradictions suggest that the comprehension of onomatopoeia is not universal. Theories of onomatopoeia (if available) seem to be, similarly to onomatopoeia itself, language specific. In addition, there is no in-depth analysis of the relation between onomatopoeia and other iconic phenomena, such as ideophones, phonosthemes, etc. Any description of the state-of-the-art of onomatopoeia should take into account two basic issues – its relation to the phenomenon of sound symbolism and its status with regard to the Saussurean concept of arbitrariness.
The workshop’s aim is to discuss various approaches to any of the above-mentioned topics. Papers focused on a cross-linguistic comparison of the phenomena in question are most welcome.

Abstracts: Please send the abstracts (300 words max) to Livia Kortvelyessy (livia.kortvelyessy@upjs.sk) by April 30, 2022. The information about acceptance will be available by May 10, 2022.

WORKSHOP 2

Title: Towards a competition-based word-formation theory
Date: 24 June 2022
Contact: Vincent Renner, vincent.renner@univ-lyon2.fr

Convenors: Alexandra Bagasheva (Sofia), Akiko Nagano (Shizuoka), Vincent Renner (Lyon)
Description:The study of linguistic competition, or rivalry, has recently gained heightened interest in the word-formation literature (see e.g. Santana-Lario & Valera, 2017, and Rainer et al., 2019) and elements of a competition-based morphological theory have appeared in e.g. Mark Aronoff's recent work on competitive exclusion (see e.g. Aronoff 2016, 2019). This workshop aims to build on this dynamic and bring together scholars eager to link their latest findings to theoretical considerations such as the various forms of competition resolution, their underlying mechanisms and plausible motivations, as well as a possible lack of resolution (in the long run) and plausible reasons for that. Important topics include macro-level competition between different word-formation processes (like the competition between conversion and affixation or that between blending and compounding) and more systemic considerations (see e.g. Renner, 2020). Equally welcome are papers adopting a long diachronic perspective and those following a contrastive approach. This list of topics and approaches is neither exhaustive, nor restrictive.

References:
Aronoff, M. (2016). Competition and the lexicon. In A. Elia, C. Iacobino & M. Voghera (eds.), Livelli di analisi e fenomeni di interfaccia: Atti del XLVII congresso internazionale della società di linguistica italiana (pp. 39–52). Bulzoni.
Aronoff, M. (2019). Competitors and alternants in linguistic morphology. In Rainer et al., 2019.
Rainer, F., Gardani, F., Dressler, W. U. & Luschützky, H. Ch. (2019). Competition in inflection and word-formation. Springer.
Renner, V. (2020). An ecosystem view of English word-formation. The Mental Lexicon, 15 (1), pp. 4–20.
Santana-Lario, J. & Valera, S. (2017). Competing patterns in English affixation. Peter Lang.

Abstracts: Abstracts of max. 300 words (plus references) should be sent to: a.bagasheva@uni-sofia.bg, nagano.9@u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp, and vincent.renner@univ-lyon2.fr by April 30, 2022. Acceptance will be notified by May 10, 2022.

WORKSHOP 3

Title: Theoretical and empirical descriptions of conversion/zero-affixation
Date: 23 June 2022
Contact: Cristina Fernández-Alcaina, alcaina@ufal.mff.cuni.cz, Salvador Valera svalera@ugr.es
Convenors: Cristina Fernández-Alcaina, Salvador Valera

Description:
After a good two decades when only a stronghold of very few morphologists defended or even considered the possibility of derivational zeroes (cf. Don 2005), zero-affixation has recently taken the stage of workshops at international conferences again, both past (Iordăchioaia & Melloni, SLE 2020) and to come (Vasile, forthcoming). The discussion aroused by these and other events as well as by recent publications on the issue (e.g. Dahl & Fábregas 2018) has taken the form of revisions, both theory-oriented, e.g. in Gaeta (2013) or ten Hacken (2019), and data-driven, e.g. in Melloni & Iordăchioaia (2020) or Ševčíková (2021), and brings to the fore past controversies and renewed insights on the process and on its most adequate interpretation.
This workshop presents contributions on conversion/zero-derivation in the two regards, theoretical and empirical. Following Jan Don’s plenary lecture Going back to my roots: Can we get rid of zero morphemes? , this workshop presents theoretical and empirical contributions by:

Livio Gaeta, University of Turin
Pius ten Hacken, University of Innsbruck
Hana Hledíková, Charles University, Prague
Magda Ševčíková, Charles University, Prague
Carmen Mîrzea Vasile, University of Bucharest

Abstracts: Please send the abstracts (300 words max.) to alcaina@ufal.mff.cuni.cz by May 7, 2022. The information about acceptance will be available by May 10, 2022.

References
Dahl, E. & A. Fábregas (2018). Zero morphemes. In R. Lieber (ed.), The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics, Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/…4655.013.592
Don, J. (2005), On conversion, relisting and zero-derivation. SKASE Journal of Theoretical Linguistics, 2(2): 2−16. Stel: (skase.sk)
Gaeta, L. (2013). Affix ordering and conversion: Looking for the place of zero. Lingue e Linguaggio, XII.2: 145–170. https://doi.org/10.1418/75039
Iordăchioaia, G. & C. Melloni (2020). Derivational zero affixes. Workshop at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, 26 August–1 September 2020. WS 4 Derivational zero affixes.pdf (sle2020.eu)
Melloni, C. & G. Iordăchioaia (2020). Zero suffix in English and Italian deverbal nouns. Paper presented at the workshop Derivational Zero Affixes, 53rd Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, 26 August–1 September.
Ševčíková, M. (2021). Action nouns vs. nouns as bases for denominal verbs in Czech: A case study on directionality in derivation. Word Structure, 14: 97–128. https://doi.org/…rd.2021.0181
ten Hacken, P. (2019). Word Formation in Parallel Architecture. Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/…-030-18009-6
Vasile, Carmen Mîrzea (forthcoming). Conversion/zero-affixation. Workshop at the International Conference, Institute of Linguistics Iorgu Iordan–Al. Rosetti, University of Bucharest, 18–19 November 2022.

CONFERENCE FEE

Registration fees
Note that your registration is not final until payment is received.

Submission of a registration form and payment of a registration fee: 31 May, 2022

1. Standard registration fee: €100
2. Registration fee for PhD students and accompanying persons: €50
3. Registration fee for MA and BA university students and unemployed persons: Free of charge.

PAYMENT METHOD

Registration fees
Note that your registration is not final until payment is received.

Submission of a registration form and payment of a registration fee: 31 May, 2022

1. Standard registration fee: €100
2. Registration fee for PhD students and accompanying persons: €50
3. Registration fee for MA and BA university students and unemployed persons: Free of charge.

PAYMENT METHOD
Payment by bank transfer to the conference bank account:
Any fees charged by remitting banks are to be paid by the conference participants. It is the responsibility of the sender to ensure that the conference receives the full amount.

Bank details for transfers:
Beneficiary's name: Slovenská asociácia pre štúdium angličtiny (SKASE – The Slovak Association for the Study of English)
Beneficiary's address: Petzvalova 4, 04011 Košice, Slovakia
Bank name: Všeobecná úverová banka, a. s., Slovensko
Bank address: Hlavná 61, 080 01 Prešov, Slovensko
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