Most abstracts for the conference are now available for download. For your convenience, a list of papers is given below.


Hill, Eugen (Ludwig-Maximillians-Universität München)
Hidden sound laws in the inflectional morphology of Proto-Indo-European

Kümmel, Martin J. (Albert-Ludwigs Universität Freiburg)
Typology and reconstruction: the IE consonants and vowels

Vine, Brent (University of California, Los Angeles)
PIE mobile accent in Italic: further evidence

Blažek, Václav
(Masaryk University, Brno)
On Indo-European correspondences to Afro-Asiatic laryngeals

Brink, Lars (Copenhagen)
The etymology of Danish kone "wife etc."

Byrd, Andrew (University of California, Los Angeles)
Predicting PIE syllabification through phonotactic analysis

Cohen, Paul S. (New York) & Hyllested, Adam (University of Copenhagen)
A new sound law of PIE: initial **h3w > *h2w

Frotscher, Michael (University of Munich)
On final -r in Vedic

García Trabazo, José Virgilio (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)
Phonologische und morphologische Bemerkungen zu den hethitischen -y̯e/a-Verben

Gąsiorowski, Piotr (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań)
The Compass Conspiracy, a footnote to Verner's Law and some further observations on the reflexes of PIE *-sr-

Griffith, Aaron (Universität Wien)
Raising before *µ in Old Irish: evidence and consequences

Hegedűs, Irén (University of Pécs)
The ruki-rule in Nuristani

Hyllested, Adam (University of Copenhagen)
On the status and prevalence of PIE *a

Jørgensen, Anders Richardt (University of Copenhagen)
The development of Proto-Celtic *sk in Brythonic

Keydana, Götz (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Evidence for non-linear phonological structure in Indo-European: the case of fricative clusters

Kloekhorst, Alwin (Leiden University)
The phonological interpretation of plene and non-plene spelled e in Hittite

Korn, Agnes (University of Frankfurt a.M.)
Parthian ž

Kroonen, Guus (Leiden University)
The rise of the Germanic iterative verbs: another case of ablaut being translated into consonant gradation

Lühr, Rosemarie & Zeilfelder, Susanne (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena)
Optimale Onsets im Indogermanischen

Majer, Marek (University of Łódź)
The development of Proto-Slavic word-final *, *from PIE *-oi̯, '*-ai̯'

Mihaylova, Biliana (Sofia University)
Some cases of the converse of Sievers' law in Greek

Milizia, Paolo (Università degli Studi di Cassino)
On the morphophonemics of Proto-Indo-European *-sk̂e/o- suffixed presents

Nishimura, Kanehiro (Kyoto University / SJPS)
Vowel reduction and deletion in Sabellic: history and chronology

Pinault, Georges-Jean (École Pratique des Hautes Études)
Remarks on the PIE amphikinetic nouns

Prescott, Charles (University of Sussex)
Germanic and the ruki dialects

Pronk, Tijmen (Leiden University)
The "Saussure Effect" in Indo-European languages, other than Greek

Rasmussen, Jens Elmegård (University of Copenhagen)
Rule ordering paradoxes in Indo-European morphophonemics: reintroducing phonetics

Schirru, Giancarlo (University of Cassino)
Laryngeal features in stops of Armenian dialects

Seržant, Ilja (Universitetet i Bergen)
Tocharisches Lautgesetz *-sl- > -ll-/-l-

Shevoroshkin, Vitalij (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
Indo-European laryngeals in Anatolian

Simon, Zsolt (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
PIE ‘me' and a new Lydian sound law

Smitherman, Thomas (University of Bergen)
Some consequences of Kartvelian realisations of Indo-European borrowings for the reconstruction of the Proto-Indo-European phonological system

Steinbauer, Dieter
Proto-Indo-European *kakós "bad" - another good example of unconditioned /a/

Stifter, David (Universität Wien)
The sociophonemics of Late Gaulish

van Beek, Lucien (Leiden University)
Greek evidence for the "Saussure Effect" reconsidered

Vishogradska, Ina (St.Kl.Ohridski Sofia University)
Vowel harmony in the Slavonic loanwords "hosted" in Hungarian (Phonological characteristics of Slavonic loanwords in non-Indo-European languages

Whittaker, Gordon (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Aspects of Euphratic phonology

Widmer, Paul (Philipps-University Marburg)
Types of ablaut class assignment in non-primary nominal derivation

Yakubovich, Ilya (University of Chicago)
Phonetic interpretation of Hurrian sibilants in the light of Indo-European evidence

Zair, Nicholas (University of Oxford)
A new environment for laryngeal loss in Proto-Celtic

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