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Sun Feb 27 2000

Confs: Pronouns: Representation and Grammar

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Message 1: Pronouns: Representation and Grammar Program (DGfS)

Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 13:26:30 +0100
From: Heike Wiese <heike.wieserz.hu-berlin.de>
Subject: Pronouns: Representation and Grammar Program (DGfS)

Below is the program of the Workshop on

PRONOUNS: REPRESENTATION AND GRAMMAR

as part of the Annual Conference of the
German Society for Linguistics (DGfS)

University of Marburg, March 1-3, 2000

Further information on the conference is
available at:
http://www.uni-marburg.de/linguistik/dgfs2000/dgfseng.html


Heike Wiese, Humboldt-University Berlin
Horst Simon, Humboldt-University Berlin
Paul Law, ZAS Berlin

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1st, 2000


14:00 - 14:30
Nicole Nau (Universitaet Kiel, Germany)
 Pronouns as a Word Class?

14:30-15:00
Stephen Nolan (International Christian University Tokyo, Japan)
 The Semantic Features of Personal Referentials in Japanese

15:00-15:30
Joerg Keller (Universitaet Hamburg, Germany)
 Das pronominale System in der Deutschen Gebaerdensprache

15:30-16:00
Neelakshi Chandrasena Premawardhena (Universitaet Siegen, Germany)
 Reference-Tracking in German and Sinhala

[16:00 - 16:30: BREAK]

16:30-17:00
Michael Cysouw (University of Nijmegen, Netherlands)
 'We' rules - Cross-Linguistic Generalisations over the 
 Organisation of Pronominal Paradigms

17:00 - 17:30
Heidi Harley (University of Arizona, USA)
& Elizabeth Ritter (University of Calgary, Canada)
 Structuring the Bundle: A Universal Morphosyntactic Feature 
 Geometry

17:30-18:00
Johannes Helmbrecht (Universitaet Koeln, Germany)
 From Noun to Third Person Pronoun

18:00-18:30
Holger Diessel (Max-Planck-Institut fuer evolutionaere Anthropologie,
 Leipzig, Germany)
 The Relationship Between Demonstrative and Interrogative 
 Pronouns in Crosslinguistic Perspective


THURSDAY, MARCH 2nd, 2000


9:00-9:30
Ruth Kempson (King's College London, UK)
 The Dynamics of Syntax: Anaphora, Relative 
 Pronouns and Crossover

9:30-10:00
Helmut Weiss (Universitaet Regensburg, Germany)
 Indefinite Pronouns. Morphology and Syntax in Cross-linguistic
Perspective

10:00-10:30
Charles A. Stewart (Boston University, USA)
 Understanding WH-Interrogatives in Terms of 
 Inferential Roles: A View from the Philosophy of Language

10:30-11:00
Klaus von Heusinger (Universitaet Konstanz, Germany)
 The Reference and Representation of Pronouns

[11:00 - 11:30: BREAK]

11:30-12:00
Natascha Mueller, Corinna Tiedemann & Katrin Schmitz 
 (Universitaet Hamburg, Germany)
 Strong, Weak and Clitic Pronouns in Acquisition

12:00-12:30
Maria M. Pinango (Yale University, USA)
 Neurological Underpinnings of Binding Relations

12:30-13:00
Phoevos Panagiotidis (University of Essex, UK)
 Nouns and pronominal reference


FRIDAY, MARCH 3rd, 2000


13:00-13:30
Aniko' Lipta'k (HIL / University of Leiden, Netherlands)
 Variable Pronouns as Distributive Quantifiers

13:30-14:00
Marcel den Dikken (CUNY Graduate Center, USA)
 Agreement & the Structure of Object Pronouns. 
 The Case of Hungarian


14:30-15:00
Jacobus A. Naud´┐Ż (University of the Orange Free State, South
 Africa)
 Independent Personal Pronouns in Qumran Hebrew Syntax

15:00-15:30
Ingegerd Werner (Lund University, Sweden)
 Strong/Weak Pronouns and Clitics in Zuerich German

15:30-16:00
Gereon Mueller (Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany)
 On the Origin of R-Pronouns

16:00-16:30
Cedric Boeckx (University of Connecticut, USA)
 Clitic-based Ellipsis

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ALTERNATE
Zaal Kikvidze (Kutaisi University, Georgia)
 E/N Pronouns as Channel Markers
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