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Thu Jul 8 1999

Confs: Movement Workshop Program/Potsdam

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  1. Artemis Alexiadou, Movement Workshop Program

Message 1: Movement Workshop Program

Date: Thu, 8 Jul 1999 10:33:49 +0200
From: Artemis Alexiadou <>
Subject: Movement Workshop Program

Workshop on Remnant Movement, Feature Movement and their Implications for
the T-model

Potsdam University, 24 and 25 July 1999

The workshop will take place in

Stiftung Einstein Forum
Am Neuen Markt 7 , 14467 Potsdam

Saturday, July 24

9.00		Introduction

9.30-10.30 	Hans den Besten, University of Amsterdam (invited speaker)
	 	Remnant XP Movement

11.00- 12.00	Sjef Barbiers, University of Leiden
		Remnant Stranding and the Theory of Movement

12.00-13.00	Maire Noonan, York University
		CP-pied piping and Remnant VP Movement in long distance

14.30-15.30	Roland Hinterhoelzl, HUB (invited speaker)
		Remnant Movement and Partial Deletion

16.00-17.00	Ivy Sichel, CUNY
		X� Movement and XP Movement in Hebrew Possessives

17.00-18.00	Hilda Koopman, UCLA (invited speaker)
		Verbal complexes: Pied-piping, Specifier extraction, and
		complexity Filters.

Sunday, July 25

9.30-10.30	Gisbert Fanselow, University of Potsdam (invited speaker)
		Remnant Movement gives way to Partial Deletion

11.00- 12.00	Joao Costa, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
		VOS in Portuguese: arguments against an Analysis in terms of
		Remnant Movement

12.00-13.00	Marie-Claude Boivin, UQAM
		Case Theory and constraints on DP Remnant Movement: evidence
		from French

14.30-15.30	Gereon Mueller, University of Stuttgart (invited speaker)
		Two Types of Remnant Movement

16.00-17.00	Piotr Banski, University of Warsaw
		Prosodic Diagnostics for Remnant AP Movement in the Polish DP

17.00-18.00	Howard Lasnik, University of Connecticut (invited speaker)
		Feature Movement or Agreement at a Distance?


On Feature Movement
Masanori Nakamura, Senshu University

Remnant Movement and the distribution of finite verbs
Peter Hallman, UCLA

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