PhD Student Conference, Departament de Filologia Anglesa i Germanística – June 2010
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain)
Title: “Verb Morphology and Discourse Structure in Advanced Varieties of English L2: Evidence for Aspect and Discourse Hypotheses”
Colloque International en hommage à Clive Perdue ” Acquisition des langues. Perspectives comparatives ” – December 2008
Université Paris VIII (France).
Title : “Accounting for Verbal Morphology in Advanced Varieties of English L2 : Aspect or Discourse Hypotheses ?”
VI International Congress on Language Acquisition – September 2010
Universitat de Barcelona (Spain).
Title : “Verb Morphology and Narrative Structure in Advanced Varieties of English L2 : Evidence for Aspect and Discourse Hypotheses”
8º Congreso de Lingüística General – June 2008
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)
Title: “Progressive/Non-progressive Verb Patterns in the Expression of Simultaneity by Advanced Catalan and French Learners of English”
XXXVth Congress of the Spanish Association of English and North-American Studies – November 2011
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain).
Title: “Encoding Complex Events in Advanced English L2 Productions: the Role of Aspect in the Expression of Simultaneity”
Vraciu, A. Encoding complex events in advanced English L2 productions. The role of aspect in the expression of simultaneity. At a time of crisis: English and American studies in Spain. Works from the 35th AEDEAN Conference. Ed. Sara Martin, Melissa Moyer, Elisabet Pladevall, Susagna Tubau. CD-rom, 2012. 409-418.
Vraciu, A. “Exploring the upper limits of the Aspect Hypothesis: Tense-aspect morphology in the advanced English L2 variety”. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 4(2) (2013): 255-289.
Vraciu, A. (in press) “Encoding Complex Events in Advanced English L2 Productions: the Role of Aspect in the Expression of Simultaneity”. Cahiers Chronos 27.
Temporality and SLA workshop, EMMA – June 2013
Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3, Montpellier (France)
Title: “Tense-Aspect Morphology in the Advanced English L2 Variety: Exploring Semantic, Discourse and Cross-linguistic Factors”