Slavische Philologie - Slavistik
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Barbara Sonnenhauser, Anastasia Meermann (LMU Munich)
Introduction: Distance in language, language of distance

Grace Fielder (University of Arizona):
Abstract: Triangulations: Navigating distance in interacting

Lieven Vandelanotte (University of Namur):
Abstract: The language of distance in grammar and discourse
Presentation: The language of distance in grammar and discourse

Evangelia Adamou (CNRS-LACITO Paris):
Abstract: Distance in tensed nominals: a typological perspective

Tatiana Kuznetsova (University of Alberta):
Abstract: Constructing distance in the world of blogs: Who are the Others?

Liljana Mitkovska, Eleni Bužarovska, Marija Kusevska (University of Skopje):
Abstract: Macedonian ‘da ne’ constructions as distance markers
Presentation: Macedonian 'da ne' questions as distance markers

Maxim Makartsev (RAN, Moscow):
Abstract: Evidentials in Balkan Slavic and Albanian as a text-structuring device

Anastasia Meermann (LMU Munich): 
Abstract: Truncated perfect in Serbian - a marker of distance?
Presentation: Truncated perfect in Serbian - a marker of distance?

Imke Mendoza (University of Salzburg):
Abstract: Distance in discourse. Evidence from Polish, Russian and German

Yoshinori Nishijima (Kanazawa University):
Abstract: Ignorance of epistemological distance: Rhetorical use of non-evidentials in the work of Franz Kafka

Galina Putjata (TU Dresden):
Abstract: Concept of privacy and adjustment of proxemics in Russian, Spanish and French speaking immigrants

Barbara Sonnenhauser (LMU Munich):
Abstract: Hear-say, inference, surprise: (self-)distancing in Balkan Slavic
Presentation: Hear-say, inference, surprise: (self-)distancing in Balkan Slavic

Sonja Zeman (LMU Munich):
Abstract: “Near” present, “distal” past, and ‘future of fate’: Temporal distance and its perspectival effects on the textual surface