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Confs: Generative Ling in Poland: Correction

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Message 1: Generative Linguistics in Poland: Correction

Date: Sat, 6 Nov 1999 14:32:44 -0500 (EST)
From: Piotr Banski <banspplearn.edu.pl>
Subject: Generative Linguistics in Poland: Correction


	
	 Generative Linguistics in Poland 1 
	 (syntactic meeting) 
	
	Date: November 13/14, 1999. 
	Place: Palac Kazimierzowski at the main Warsaw University campus. 
	
	URL: http://www.ipipan.waw.pl/mmgroup/GLiP-1/ 
	
	It is not too late to preregister yet! 
	All necessary info is on our web page. 
	
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	SATURDAY, November 13th: 09.30-19.00 
	
	09.30 REGISTRATION 
	
	10.00 ADDRESS 
	
	10.30-11.30 INVITED SPEAKER: Robert Borsley, 
	 University of Wales, Bangor. 
				"What is generative grammar?" 
	
	11.30-12.00 Adam Przepiorkowski, 
	 Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw / 
	 University of Tuebingen. 
	 "Optional and multiple long distance Genitive 
	 of Negation" 
	
	12.00-12.30 Joanna Blaszczak, 
	 University of Potsdam. 
	 "Covert Movement and the Genitive of Negation in Polish" 
	
	12.30-14.00 LUNCH BREAK 
	
	14.00-14.30 Ewa Dornisch, 
	 University of Warsaw. 
	 "Overt Quantifier Raising in Polish" 
	
	14.30-15.00 Jacek Witkos, 
	 University of Poznan. 
	 "On Reconstruction and the Preference Principle" 
	
	15.00-15.30 Pawel Mecner, 
	 University of Szczecin. 
	 "Pied-Piping and Crossover effects in German and Polish. 
	 Some Minimalist consequences" 
	
	15.30-16.00 Agnieszka Mykowiecka, 
	 Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw. 
	 "Polish relative pronouns: an HPSG approach" 
	
	16.00-16.30 COFFEE BREAK 
	
	16.30-17.00 Tania Avgustinova, 
	 University of Saarland, Saarbruecken. 
	 "Gaining the perspective of language-family-oriented 
	 grammar design: predicative special clitics in Slavic" 
	
	17.30-18.00 Anna Kupsc, 
	 Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw / 
	 University of Tuebingen. 
	 "An HPSG account of clitic climbing in Polish verb 
	 clusters" 
	
	18.30-19.00 Piotr Banski, 
	 University of Warsaw. 
	 "Clitics and syntactic argumentation: diagnostics and 
	 pitfalls" 
	
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	SUNDAY, November 14th: 10.00-18.30 
	
	10.00-11.00 INVITED SPEAKER: Andrew Spencer, 
	 University of Essex, Colchester. 
	 "Analytic tenses in Slavic: an LFG approach" 
	
	11.00-11.30 COFFEE BREAK 
	
	11.30-12.00 Anna Kibort, 
	 University of Cambridge. 
	 "Morpholexical rules in Polish" 
	
	12.00-12.30 Bozena Cetnarowska, 
	 University of Silesia, Sosnowiec. 
	 "The unergative/unaccusative distinction in Polish" 
	
	12.30-13.00 Angel Jimenez, 
	 University of Seville. 
	 "The aspectual morpheme _as_ and Feature Movement in 
	 argument small clauses" 
	
	13.00-14.30 LUNCH BREAK 
	
	14.30-15.00 Anna Kupsc, Malgorzata Marciniak, Agnieszka Mykowiecka, 
				Adam Przepiorkowski, 
	 Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw. 
	 "Constituent coordination in Polish: an attempt at an 
	 HPSG account" 
	
	15.00-15.30 Ewa Willim, 
	 Jagiellonian University. 
	 "Some aspects of adjective modification: a case study 
	 of attributive adjectives in Polish" 
	
	15.30-16.00 Pawel Karnowski, 
	 University of Tuebingen. 
	 "O skladni konstrukcji nominalnych w j. niemieckim: 
	 Od GB do minimalizmu" 
	
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	16.00-16.30 COFFEE BREAK 
	
	16.30-17.00 Jacek Witkos, 
	 University of Poznan. 
	 "Program Minimalistyczny: podstawowe zalozenia i 
	 przyklady derywacji zdan w jezyku polskim" 
	
	17.00-18.30 Panel session on Polish generative syntactic terminology 
	INVITED DISCUSSANTS: 
	 Ireneusz Bobrowski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Krakow, 
	 Pawel Mecner, University of Szczecin, 
	 Marek Swidzinski, University of Warsaw. 
	
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