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Full Title: International Workshop on Derivational Morphology in Functional Discourse Grammar
Date: 10-Sep-2015 – 11-Sep-2015
Location: Cordoba, Spain
Derivational morphology is an underexplored area within the FDG model. Hengeveld and Mackenzie (2008) provide some suggestions for how to account for derivational processes and a number of works have been devoted to derivational issues (García Velasco, 2009, 2011; Honselaar & Keizer, 2009; Portero Muñoz, 2011; Genee 2013; García Velasco & Keizer 2014). However, most of the attention has been paid to specific cases of word class-changing derivation, synthetic compounding or conversion, while there are still many research topics within derivational morphology that deserve further consideration in order to offer a comprehensive approach to derivational processes, as recently acknowledged (García Velasco & Keizer 2014). Deeper thought also needs to be given to the question of what characterizes a functional approach to derivational morphology. The aim of this workshop will thus be to contribute to the development of a unified and fully-fledged treatment of derivational morphology that is compatible with the explanatory principles of FDG.