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Message 1: Sixth Himalayan Languages Symposium

Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 08:23:10 -0500 (CDT)
From: Michael Darnell <darnellcsd.uwm.edu>
Subject: Sixth Himalayan Languages Symposium


The Sixth Himalayan Languages Symposium will be held June 15-17 2000
on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus. The program is given
below. For program updates and information on registration and
accommodations, consult Mickey Noonan's webpage at
http://www.uwm.edu/~noonan or e-mail either Mickey (noonanuwm.edu) or
Edith Moravcsik (edithuwm.edu).

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SIXTH HIMALAYAN LANGUAGES SYMPOSIUM
JUNE 15-17 2000
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE
CURTIN HALL #175A
(3243 N. DOWNER AVENUE, MILWAUKEE, WI)

PROGRAM

THURSDAY, JUNE 15
THURSDAY MORNING:

8:00-8:30 /TITLE TO BE ANNOUNCED/
 Michael Noonan, University of Wisconsin-
 Milwaukee

8:30-9:00 ONE LANGUAGE, TWO SYSTEMS. NEPAL BHASHA VERB
 MORPHOLOGY
 Daya R. Shakya, A Center for Nepalese Language
 and Culture, Portland, OR

9:00-9:30 A TYPOLOGY OF VERB AGREEMENT IN BURUSHASKI
 Gregory D. S. Anderson and Randall H. Eggert,
 University of Chicago

9:30-10:00 THE IRREALIS CATEGORY IN CAODENG rGYALRONG
 Jackson T.-S. Sun, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

* * * * * *
10:00-10:30 COFFEE BREAK
* * * * * *

10:30-11:00 REFLEXIVE VERBS IN KOITS (SUNWAR)
 Dvrte Borchers, Himalayan Languages Project,
 Leiden University

11:00-11:30 A COMPARATIVE SKETCH OF TWO MAGAR DIALECTS
 Karen Grunow-Harsta, University of Wisconsin-
 Milwaukee

11:30-12:00 REFLEXIVES IN OMBULE
 Jean Robert M.L. Opgenort, Himalayan Languages
 Project, Leiden University

* * * * * *
12:00-2:00 LUNCH
* * * * * *

THURSDAY AFTERNOON:

2:00-2:30 LEXICAL ANAPHORS IN KHASI AND LONG-DISTANCE
 BINDING
 Saralin A. Lyngdoh and K.V. Subbarao,
 University of Delhi

2:30-3:00 DEICTIC CATEGORIES IN THE WEST BODISH LANGUAGES
 OF NEPAL. A TYPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
 Tej R. Kansakar, Tribhuvan University

3:00-3:30 A DIMENSION MISSED: EAST AND WEST IN SITU
 rGYLARONG ORIENTATION-MARKING
 You-Jing Lin, National Tsing Hua University,
 Taiwan

3:30-4:00 MOTION EXPRESSIONS IN GHALE
 Holly Smith, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

4:00-4:30 PRONOUNS AND PROFORMS
 D.N.S. Bhat, Central Institute of Indian
 Languages, Mysore

* * * * * *
4:30-5:00 COFFEE BREAK
* * * * * *

5:00-6:30 WORKSHOP /TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED/
 David Gil, Institute for Evolutionary
 Anthropology, Leipzig

 FRIDAY, JUNE 16

FRIDAY MORNING:

8:00-8:30 SYNTACTIC ERGATIVITY AND PRAGMATICS: RAISING
 AND CONTROL IN BELHARE
 Balthasar Bickel, University of California at
 Berkeley and University of Z|rich

8:30-9:00 OBJECT MARKING IN CENTRAL TIBETAN
 Ellen Bartee, University of California at
 Santa Barbara

9:00-9:30 /TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED/
 Cassandra Stephens, University of Wisconsin-
 Milwaukee

9:30-10:00 CASE MARKING AND GRAMMATICAL RELATIONS IN SOME
 INDO-ARYAN LANGUAGES OF NEPAL
 C.M. Bandhu, Tribhuvan University

* * * * * *
10:00-10:30 COFFEE BREAK
* * * * * *

10:30-11:00 THANGMI TIME CONCEPTS OF THE PAST, PRESENT, AND
 FUTURE
 Mark Turin, Himalayan Languages Project, Leiden
 University

11:00-11:30 RELATIVE CLAUSES IN KHOWAR
 Elena Bashir, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

11:30-12:00 THE CONSTRUCTION OF RELATIVE CLAUSES IN THE
 TIBETAN DIALECTS OF LENDE (KYIRONG)
 Brigitte Huber, University of Berne

* * * * * *
12:00-2:00 LUNCH
* * * * * *

FRIDAY AFTERNOON:

2:00-2:30 THE CULTURAL ASPECTS OF BORROWING "CULTURE":
 CIRCULATION OF "SAMKRTI" IN BHAKTAPUR, NEPAL
 Gregory Price Grieve, University of Chicago

2:30-3:00 PATTERNINGS OF VOCALIC SEQUENCES: EVIDENCE FROM
 TIBETO-BURMAN LANGUAGES
 Kathy L. Sands, University of California at
 Santa Barbara

3:00-3:30 AN ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS OF TONE IN MANANGE
 Kristine A. Hildebrandt, University of
 California at Santa Barbara

3:30-4:00 COMPARATIVE PHONOLOGY OF MANCHAD AND BUNAN
 Suhnu Ram Sharma, Deccan College, Pune and
 Himalayan Language Project, Leiden

* * * * * *
4-4:30 COFFEE BREAK
* * * * * *

4:30-6 WORKSHOP /TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED/
 Ian Maddieson, University of California in
 Los Angeles


 SATURDAY, JUNE 17
SATURDAY MORNING:

8:00-8:30 ON FINITE CLAUSES IN KINNAURI NARRATIVES
 Anju Saxena, Uppsala University

8:30-9:00 INDEXICAL CATEGORIES IN KHAM AND CENTRAL TIBETAN
 Krisadawan Hongladarom, Chulalongkorn University

9:00-9:30 ON TAMANGIC IMPERATIVES
 Isao Honda, Nagoya College

9:30-10:00 HONORIFICS IN BARAGAUNLE
 Mary Brehm, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

* * * * * *
10:00-10:30 COFFEE BREAK
* * * * * *

10:30-11:00 INFLECTIONAL TENSE CATEGORIES IN DOLAKH. NEW.R
 Carol Genetti, University of California at
 Santa Barbara

11:00-11:30 TYPES OF VERBS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE CAUSATIVE
 SUFFIX -K IN NEWARI
 Kazuyuki Kiryu, Mimasaka Women's College

11:30-12:00 A UNIFIED ACCOUNT OF NEPALI VERB INFLECTION
 Gilles Boyi, University of Paris 7

* * * * * *
12:00-2:00 LUNCH
* * * * * *

SATURDAY AFTERNOON:

2:00-2:30 /TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED/
 Werner Winter, University of Kiel

2:30-3:00 THE TIBETAN TRANSLATION OF THE PANINI-SUTRA: A
 STUDY
 Narendra Kumar Dash, Visva-Bharati University

3:00-3:30 THE FOCUSING FUNCTIONS OF "YIN" AND "YV" IN
 IMIGRI DOKPA TIBETAN
 Nancy J. Caplow, University

3:30-4:00 THE GONGDUK LANGUAGE OF CENTRAL BHUTAN
 George van Driem, Himalayan Language Project,
 Leiden
* * * * * *
4:00-4:30 COFFEE BREAK
* * * * * *

4:30-6:00 WORKSHOP /TOPIC TO BE ANNOUNCED/
 Matthew Dryer, State University of New York in
 Buffalo





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 Edith A. Moravcsik
 Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics
 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
 Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
 USA

 E-mail: edithuwm.edu
 Telephone: (414) 229-6794 /office/
 (414) 332-0141 /home/
 Fax: (414) 229-2741




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