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|Full Title:||Experimental and Corpus-based Approaches to Ellipsis|
|Location:||LSA Institute, Lexington, Kentucky, USA|
|Start Date:||29-Jul-2017 - 29-Jul-2017|
|Meeting Email:||click here to access email|
|Meeting Description:||Experimental and Corpus-based Approaches to Ellipsis.
July 29 2017
2017 LSA Institute
The University of Kentucky
Invited Speakers :
Lyn Frazier (UMass, Amherst) and Andrew Kehler (UC, San Diego)
Ellipsis is a central phenomenon at the interface between syntax, semantics, phonology and discourse. It has been, and continues to be, the focus of numerous publications (see e.g., Craenenbroek and Termmerman 2017). Despite a huge amount of theoretical work (from, e.g., Hankamer and Sag 1976 to current work by Johnson, Kehler, Merchant, van Craenenbroek) and a long tradition in psycho- and neurolinguistic experimentation (from Murphy 1985 and Tanenhaus and Carlson 1990 to current work by Frazier, Runner, Kertz, Kaan, etc.), major questions remain open, most centrally the question of whether it is necessary to hypothesize the existence of unpronounced syntactic structure at the ellipsis site.
|Linguistic Subfield:||Discourse Analysis; Phonology; Semantics; Syntax|
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