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Message 1: Michigan Linguistics Society Meeting

Date: Sun, 8 Oct 2000 23:03:37 -0400 (EDT)
From: kissock <kissockOakland.edu>
Subject: Michigan Linguistics Society Meeting

The Department of Linguistics at Oakland University
is hosting the Michigan Linguistics Society Annual
Meeting. The tentative conference program is
below.

For more details and program updates for the 
MLS meeting, please see the web site at:
http://www.lin.oakland.edu/MLS.html

Michigan Linguistics Society
Annual Meeting
Saturday, November 4, 2000
Oakland University
Gold Rooms, Oakland Center

Tentative Program


 8:30
 Registration (coffee and pastries)
 8:55
 Introductory Remarks
 9:00
 `Deriving Adjectives Syntactically'
 Scott Fults
 Linguistics Program, Eastern Michigan University
 9:20
 `Children's Negative Questions with Doubled Auxiliary Verbs'
 Kazuko Kiramatsu
 English Dept., University of Michigan-Flint
 9:40
 `Constituency and Phrase Structure in Spanish WH-Relative
	 Clauses'
 Jason D. Duncan
 Dept. of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese, Pennsylvania State
	 University
 10:00
 `Awareness and Skills: Some Reflections on Linguistic
	 Competence'
 Alice S. Horning
 Depts. of Rhetoric and Linguistics, Oakland University
 10:20
 Coffee Break
 10:40
 `Attributive, referential, de dicto and de re'
 Barbara Abbott
 Dept. of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African
	 Languages, Michigan State University
 11:00
 `Lexicon and Syntax Interface: A Unified Analysis of l w4'
 Boonjeera Chiravate
 Dept. of Lingusitics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African
	 Languages, Michigan State University
 11:20
 `Raising over the Experiencer in Spanish'
 Adolfo Ausin
 Dept. of Linguistics, University of Connecticut
 11:40
 `The Domain of Predication of Comparative
	 Conditionals: Evidence from Spanish'
 Eddy Gaytann
 Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Chicago State
	 University
 12:00
 `On the Phonosemantic Coherence of English Rimes'
 John M. Lawlor
 Dept. of Linguistics, University of Michigan
 12:20-1:40
 Lunch Break
 1:40
 `Is the `Arbitrary Interpreatation' a Semantic
	 Epiphenomenon?: Evidence from Spanish'
 Luis Alonso-Ovalle
 Dept. of Spanish & Portuguese, University of
	 Massachusetts-Amherst
 2:00
 Aspect Phrase(s)
 Ljiljana Progovac
 English Dept., Wayne State University
 2:20
 `WH-in-situ and Across the Board Movement'
 Yu-fen Liou
 Dept. of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African
	 Languages, Michigan State University
 2:40
 `A Preliminary Assessment of Language Mixing in Santiagueno
	 Quichua in Northwestern Argentina'
 Gerardo Augusto Lorenzino
 Dept. of Spanish & Portuguese, Temple University
 3:00
 `Passive and Topicalization: Beyond the Common View'
 Andrea Sans
 Dept. of Lingusitics, University of Pavia, Italy
 3:20
 Coffee Break
 3:40
 `The Descriptive Value of Redundancy Differentiation: Degrees
	 and Types of Grammaticality'
 Avram Hy Derrow
 Dept. of Linguistics, University of Michigan
 4:00
 `Phonation Types of Vietnamese Tones: New Evidence for
	 Phonological Features'
 Hoa Pham
 Dept. of Linguistics, University of Toronto
 4:20
 `The Use of `Sir' by Witnesses During Cross-Examination in a
	 Louisiana Criminal Trial'
 Kara Gibson
 Linguistics Program, Louisiana State University
 4:40
 `Ikalanga Benefactive Applicatives: Evidence for
	 Morphosyntactic Case Feature "Parameters"'
 Rose Letsholo
 Dept. of Linguistics, University of Michigan
 5:00-5:15
 Break
 5:15-6:15
 Keynote Speaker: Mark Hale
 Dept. of Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics, Concordia
	 University
 6:15-7:15
 Reception for Conference Attendees


Alternates:

`The Acquisition of Mental State Terms I: Desire: The Evidence from
Spanish'
Leo Ferres
Institute of Interdiscipinary Studies, Carleton University

`Disyllabicity in Japanese Loanword Truncation'
Cheng Chihjen
The Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Chengchi University,
Taipei
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