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Ninth International Conference on Iranian Linguistics
(ICIL 9)

Institut für Iranistik, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften,
Vienna / Austria





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All times in the program are Vienna / Paris / Berlin times.


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Accepted papers

As a result of the anonymous reviewing, the following abstracts were accepted:


The following abstracts were accepted as presentations:

Ahmadreza Qaemmaqami Old Persian hucâra-
Ali Hussain Birahimani Some consequences of lenition on the verb system of Eastern Balochi
Anton Zykov Parsi (Parsi Gujarati) and Gavruni (Zoroastrian Dari): Language Change and Ritual Lexicon
Chams Bernard On Iranian borrowings in Tocharian
Daniel Barry The Turkic and Semitic sources of /q/ in Kurmanji Kurdish
Dorian Pastor Persian of Tehran: towards a new rise of simple verbs?
Emine Şahingöz Digor-Ossetic Definite Particle i
Erik Anonby, Bettina Leitner, Mortaza Taheri-Ardali & Dina El Zarka Arabic of south Iran: The dialect of Bandar Moqam in Hormozgan Province
Erik Anonby Independent outlier: On the linguistic history of Kumzari
Fahimeh Tasalli Bakhsh Grammaticalization of Modals in Persian
Fati Antadze On One Peculiarity of Lexicalization of Arabic Broken Plural in Persian
Gerardo Barbera Bashkardi and the languages of Southeast Iran
Harald Bichlmeier & Maria Carmela Benvenuto The expression of predicative possession in Avestan
Jeremy Bradley, Veronika Milanova, Sampsa Holopainen & András Czentnár Structural parallelism in Turkic, Iranian, and Uralic languages from a contact-linguistic perspective
Juan Briceño-Villalobos On Old Persian tuvam ka haya "you, whoever"
Julian Kreidl The reconstruction of Early New Pashto
Kateryna Iefremenko Placement of the locational goal elements in Kurmanji Kurdish in contact with Turkish and German
Liubov Silanteva Multielement Structure Of Wakhi Stress In Pamir Region
Mahjoub Zirak & Faryar Akhlaghi Areal Typological Study of Contact-Induced Features in Arabic Varieties of Iran
Mohammad Rasekh-Mahand The emergence of periphrastic aspectual verbs in Persian
Mohsen Mahdavi Mazdeh Phonological Effects in the Ordering of Persian Binominals
Murad Suleymanov Possessor-Source Syncretism in Abşeron Tat
Natalia Serdobolskaya Differential Object Marking in Iron Ossetic
Oleg Belyaev & Irina Khomchenkova "Ablative coordination" in Ossetic?
Raha Musavi Dashtaki Verb Inflection
Ronald Kim Towards a historical phonology of Ossetic: relative chronology and Alanic evidence
Saeid Norouzi & Hassan Rafiey The Features of the "Iranian Drug Addict's Slang" (IDAS)
Sara Belelli Verbal particles in Laki: Patterns of Polysemy and Development of an Elusive Lexical Class
Setayesh Dashti On the Developments of Bayestan
Shuan Karim The Proto-Zaza-Gorani case system: evidence for convergence and expansion
Vahid Sadeghi On the phonetic differences between the intonation of Persian statements and Questions
Velizar Sadovski (TBA)
Zahra Etebari The rise of contrastive-partitive and definite functions of =eš in colloquial Persian: A grammaticalization from third person clitic pronoun

Standby presentations

Muhammed Ourang The derivation of light verbs in Aheli
Sima Zolfaghari Lexical Semantic Fields in Iranian Languages: The case of Bakhtiari Body Parts Terminology
Dinara Stepina Optative or Subjunctive? Two mood systems of Azerbaijani Talysh
Artem Trofimov The accentual system of Parachi and Ormuri and its role for placing them among Iranian languages


The following abstracts were accepted as posters:

A. Ali Ahangar & Setareh Mojahedi Rezaeian The Representation of Switch-Participant Reference in Persian-speaking Children's Narrative Discourse
Agnès Lenepveu-Hotz Hesitations in the first French words borrowed by New Persian: The example of the first Safarname-ye Naser ad-din Shah (1873)
Arseniy Vydrin Tajik National Corpus
CV Anonby Said, Seen, or Thought: Evidentiality in Kumzari
Faryar Akhlaghi Adverbial Relations in Modern Persian language: A Typological Study
Jens Helfer-Fleischhauer Horizontal alignment and tense/aspect-restricted differential object marking in Iranian languages
Katarzyna Marszalek-Kowalewska 'kampyutere shaxsi' or 'rayane shaxsi': Deep Learning Methods for the Extraction of Persian Multi-word Expressions with English Loanwords and their Persian Equivalents
Maryam Nourzaei Definiteness markers in New Western Iranian languages, from a typology perspective
Mehrnoosh Taherkhani & Farnoosh Taherkhani Hybrid alignment patterns in ergative system of Iranian languages: evidence from Takestani
Minoo Nassajian & Razieh Shojaei A Dependency Grammar Approach to Persian Ezafe Construction
Mohammad Rasekh-Mahand & Elham Izadi The corpus-based study post-predicate elements in spoken Persian
Mortaza Taheri-Ardali Definiteness marking in the languages of Chahar Mahal va Bakhtiari Province, Iran
Nafiseh Tadayyon & Javid Fereidoni Code-switching Pattern in Persian: A Sociolinguistic Study in Urmia
Sampsa Holopainen & András Czentnár On some problematic Ossetic etymologies
Sayuri Igarashi The Function of The Passive Voice as An Alternative Expression in Modern Persian
Shadi Davari & Kian Karbalaei-Mohammadi Phrasal and Clausal Superior Comparative Construction in Persian
Songül Gündoğdu, Arsalan Kahnemuyipour & Andrew Peters Traces of Genitive Case in Southern Zazaki Ezafe
Tatiana Kononova Building a Tagged Corpus of the Classical Persian Langugage