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FYI: Workshop:Paths and Telicity in Event Structure


Author: Hana Filip

FYI Body: PROGRAM

ESSLLI 2000 Workshop on

PATHS AND TELICITY IN EVENT STRUCTURE

Birmingham, Great Britain, August 7 - 11, 2000


Organizers: Hana Filip (Northwestern University) and Gregory Carlson
(University of Rochester)


MONDAY, AUGUST 7

Registration and Welcome

Foundational Issues
Hana Filip and Gregory Carlson: Introduction

Patrick Caudal, University of Paris 7
"Types of Telicity, Types of Paths and Types of Changes of State"

Seungho Nam, Seoul National University
"A Typology of Locatives and Event Composition"


TUESDAY, AUGUST 8

Telicity
David Basilico, University of Alabama at Birmingham
"Telicity and Predication"

Jose M. Castano, Brandeis University
"Telic Role, Event Structure and the Spanish Clitic SE"

Marina Todorova, Kathleen Straub, William Badecker and Robert Frank,
Johns Hopkins University
"Processing Correlates of Aspectual Interpretation"


WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9

Telicity and Path
Anna Maria Di Sciullo, University of Quebec, Montreal
"Paths in Words"

Jaume Mateu and Gemma Rigau, Autonomous University of Barcelona
"A Syntactic Approach to Illusive 'Event-Type Shiftings'"

Raffaella Folli, University of Oxford
"Constructing Telicity in English and Italian"


THURSDAY, AUGUST 10

Telicity and Path
Ladina Tschander, University of Hamburg
"How to Refer to Movements on Complex Paths: Investigating Effects
on Telic Verbs of Motion"

Clare R. Voss and David Lebeaux, Army Research Laboratory
(Adelphi, Maryland) and NEC Research Institute
"A Cross-Product Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Relations for
Events"

Bert Cappelle, (Catholic) University of Leuven
"Hopping About, Dancing Away and Grooving On Into the Night. Atelic
Particles in English"


FRIDAY, AUGUST 11

Paths, Degrees, and Extensions into Non-Spatial Domains
Vivienne Fong, National University of Singapore
"'Into Doing Something': Where Is the Path in Event Predicates?"

Yoshiki Mori, Keio University
"Degrees and Paths in Situation Structures"

Concluding Discussion



Alternates: Patrick Caudal and Yann Mathet, University of Paris 7
and GREYC University of Caen
"Aspect, Lexical Polysemy and Space"

Jaume Mateu, Autonomous University of Barcelona
"Paths and Telicity in Idiomatic Constructions:
A Lexical-Syntactic Approach to the Way-Construction

Matthew Whelpton, University of Iceland
"Paths, Pushing, and Purpose Clauses"



Background

The aim of the ESSLLI workshops is to provide a forum for advanced
Ph.D. students and other researchers to present and discuss their
work. A one-week workshop consists of five sessions. Sessions are
normally 90 min. All workshop contributors must register for
the Summer School.


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