Refereed Conference Presentations

 

Abdulrahim, Dana. “The constructionalization of body part terms in Arabic”. 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (ICLC). University of North Umbria, New Castle. 20-25 July 2015.

 

 

Abdulrahim, Dana. " Reflections on the Arabic verb inflectional paradigm”. 29th Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics (ASAL). University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. 9-11 April 2015.

 

Abdulrahim, Dana. "Annotating corpus data for a constructional analysis of motion verbs in Modern Standard Arabic ". The EMNLP 2014 Workshop on Arabic Natural Language Processing. (ANLP 2014), Doha, Qatar, 25 October 2014.

 

Arppe, Antti, and D. Abdulrahim. “Converging linguistic evidence on two flavors of production: The synonymy of Arabic COME verbs”.Second Workshop on Arabic Corpus Linguistics, University of Lancaster, UK, 22-26 July, 2013.

 

Abdulrahim, Dana. “Aspect Marking Basic Verbs in Arabic”.12th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (ICLC). University of Alberta, Edmonton. 23-28 June 2013.

 

Abdulrahim, Dana, and A. Arppe. “Converging linguistic evidence: The synonymy of Arabic come verbs”.27th Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics (ALS). Indiana University, Bloomington. 28 Feb-2 March 2013.

 

Abdulrahim, Dana, and A. Arppe. “The different ways to COME in Modern Standard Arabic”. American Association for Corpus Linguistics (AACL). San Diego State University. San Diego, 18-20 January 2013.

 

Abdulrahim, Dana. “A usage-based investigation of verbs derived from body part terms in Arabic”. Poster presentation at the11th Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language Conference (CSDL). University of British Columbia. Vancouver, 17-20 May 2012.

 

Abdulrahim, Dana. “Chesting Lists and Necking Religion: Deriving Verbs from Body Parts in Arabic. 26th Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics (ALS). Teachers College, University of Columbia, and Adelphi University. NYC, 1-3 March 2012. 

 

Abdulrahim, Dana, J. Newman and S. Rice. 11-12 April 2011. Multifactorial methods for exploring contextual factors in the usage of Modern Standard Arabic COME verbs. Workshop on Arabic Corpus Linguistics, University of Lancaster, UK.

            Also presented at Alberta Conference on Linguistics (ACOL), Edmonton, AB. October 22, 2011.

 

Abdulrahim, Dana, J. Newman, and S. Rice. 3-5 March 2011. COME verbs in Modern Standard Arabic: A corpus-based constructionist account of ʔata, jaʔa, qadima and hadara. 25th Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics (ALS). University of Arizona, Tucson.

 

Abdulrahim, Dana and J. Newman. 9-11 April 2010. How many ways to GO in Arabic? A corpus-based approach to determining polysemy and synonymy of the verbs ðahaba, maā, rāa, and inalaqa. 24th Annual Symposium on Arabic Linguistics (ALS): "Arabic Linguistics Across Traditions". University of Texas at Austin.

 

Abdulrahim, Dana and Sally Rice. 11-13 February 2010. Orthographically motivated spatial biases in the conceptual representation of events: Evidence from Arabic and English. Poster presentation at the Motivation in Linguistics Conference; University of Tübingen, Germany.

 

Abdulrahim, Dana and Sally Rice. 23-25 May 2009. Evidence for cross-linguistic spatial biases in the conceptual representation of events. Canadian Linguistics Association (ACL/CLA). Carleton University, Ottawa.

 

Abdulrahim, Dana. May 2006. Schema Theory and L2 Reading Comprehension. Sharing Experiences: Methods of Teaching English Language and Literature. University of Bahrain, Bahrain.

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