Motion Predicates: Moving Along. A tool for the analysis of the sub-eventive structure in motion predicates.

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By Elena E. Benedicto

Purdue University

Motion Predicates: Moving Along is an application for linguistic analysis that was designed to elicit linguistic productions about motion predicates.

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Version 1.0 - published on 30 May 2019 doi:10.4231/R7PN93M4 - cite this Archived on 06 Aug 2019

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  • Benedicto, E. 2018. Agents, Classifiers and SVCs: Structural Deconstructing Strategies for Motion Predicates (in ASL and beyond). Invited Lecture given at Argument Structure across Modalities, ASAM 2018. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. February 1 and 2, 2018.

  • Benedicto, E. 2017. Estrategias de transitivización en predicados de movimiento (P-Mov) en ASL (Lengua de Señas Norteamericana). Presented at the X Conferencia Internacional “Lingüística 2017”. Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística “José Antonio Portuondo Valdor.” La Habana, Cuba. November 28-30, 2017.

  • Benedicto, Elena. 2017. Agent-adding strategies for motion predicates in ASL. Paper presented at the Linguistic Society of America Conference (LSA 91st). Austin, Texas. January 5-8, 2017.

  • Benedicto, Elena. 2016. Transitivizing strategies for motion predicates in 3 Sign Languages. Paper presented at the FEAST (Formal and Experimental Advances to Sign Language Theory) Conference. Università Ca’ Foscari, Venice, Italy. Sept 1-2, 2016.

  • Benedicto, Elena, Chiara Branchini, Lara Mantovan and Robin Shay (with Gladys Tang and Sharon Borkowski). 2016. Decomposing the internal structure of motion predicates in three sign languages: LIS, HKSL, ASL. Poster presented at the TISLR 12 (Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research). La Trobe University, Melbourne Convention Centre, Melbourne, Australia. January 4-7 2016.

  • Benedicto, Elena, Chiara Branchini and Lara Mantovan. 2015.  Decomposing the internal structure of Motion Predicates in Italian Sign Language (LIS).  Presented at the FEAST conference, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, May 4-6 2015. 

  • Benedicto, E and Elizabeth Salomón. 2017. Mecanismos morfosintácticos de transitividad en predicados de movimiento: el caso del mayangna. Presented at the VII CILLA Conference. University of Texas-Austin. October 26-28 2017.

  • Benedicto, Elena. 2016. Complex motion predicates: at the intersection of language documentation, description and theory. Paper presented at the Language Documentation and Linguistic Theory 5 Conference (LDLT 5). School of Oriental and African Studies, SOAS, University of London. London, UK. December 2-4, 2016.

  • Benedicto, Elena. 2016. Complex motion predicates crosslinguistically and crossmodality. Paper presented at the XIV Encuentro Internacional de Lingüística en el Noroeste (14th EILN). Universidad de Sonora, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. November 16-18, 2016.

  • Benedicto, Elena E., Guillermo González Campos and Freddy Obando Martínez. 2015.  Predicados de movimiento en cabécar. Presented at the VII CILLA Conference. University of Texas-Austin. October 29-31 2015.

  • Benedicto, Elena. 2015. The Syntax of Analytic Complex-Path Motion Predicates. Presented at the 89th Linguistic Society of America. Portland, Oregon. January 2015.

  • Benedicto, Elena, Guillermo González Campos and Freddy Obando Martínez. 2015.  Dimensiones espaciales en los predicados de movimiento en cabécar. Presented at the III ACALING Conference, Managua, Nicaragua. August 26-28 2015.

  • Salomón McClean, Elizabeth and Elena Benedicto Salmerón. 2015. Análisis comparativo de patrones sintácticos en predicados de movimiento en dos lenguas misumalpa. Presented at the III ACALING Conference, Managua, Nicaragua. August 26-28 2015.

  • Calderón Verde, A., Wilson Limonta, D. A. sld. c., Hernández Hernández, A., & Benedicto, E. E. (2018). Path, process and (a)telicity in space: Motion predicates in LSCu, Sign Language of Cuba. FEAST. Formal and Experimental Advances in Sign Language Theory, 2(0). doi:10.31009/feast.i2.01

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