2014년 제 5차 언어학 콜로퀴엄, Andrej Malchukov(Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
2014년도 제 5차 언어학 콜로퀴엄
발표자 : Andrej Malchukov(Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
일시 : 2014년 7월 3일(목) 오후 5시
장소 : 신양관 국제회의실(4동 302호)
제목 : Verbalization and insubordination in Siberian languages
초록 : This talk deals with insubordination phenomena in Siberian languages, focusing on Tungusic and Paleosiberian languages.
It shows that Siberian languages, both Altaic and Paleosiberian, share a tendency to renew the finite verb forms through forms of non-finite origin. This tendency can manifest itself either in reanalysis of a nominal (participial) predicate as a verbal predicate (verbalization), or in reanalysis of the erstwhile subordinate clause as a main clause (insubordination). Although the tendency for renewal of finite verb forms constitutes a general areal feature of Siberian languages, the outcome of these processes would be somewhat different, reflecting the difference in scenarios involved (insubordination proper vs. verbalization), as well as differences in the input structures.