LINGUIST List 12.168

Tue Jan 23 2001

Calls: GLOW/Generative Linguistics, Bound Pronouns

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  1. Joao Costa, Program GLOW - Generative Linguistics in the Old World
  2. Lina Choueiri, Bound Pronouns Workshop

Message 1: Program GLOW - Generative Linguistics in the Old World

Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 23:33:01 -0000
From: Joao Costa <jcostafcsh.unl.pt>
Subject: Program GLOW - Generative Linguistics in the Old World

24th GLOW Colloquium, Generative Linguistics in the Old World
April, 8-10, Braga, Portugal
Organization: Universidade do Minho, Universidade Nova de Lisboa &
Associacao Portuguesa de Linguistica

Main session: Colloquium Theme - Adjacency

Workshops
April 11, Oporto, Portugal
Organization: Universidade do Porto

Workshop on language variation and change
Workshop on nominal and temporal anaphora

Program of the colloquium and workshop available at:
http://www.fcsh.unl.pt/clunl/glow/glow_index.htm

Contact: glow2001netvisao.pt
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Message 2: Bound Pronouns Workshop

Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2001 10:33:23 +0200
From: Lina Choueiri <lc01aub.edu.lb>
Subject: Bound Pronouns Workshop

				BOUND PRONOUNS

A workshop to be conducted in conjunction with the conference on The Syntax
of Semitic Languages and its Interfaces (May 4-6, 2001) and the workshop on
Root and Template Morphology (May 7, 2001), Department of Linguistics,
University of Southern California.

Date: May 3, �2001�

Invited speakers: NORBERT HORNSTEIN
		 JAMES McCLOSKEY


What is the status of bound pronouns in the grammar? How are they derived?
What are the conditions on their licensing and interpretation? What do
they contribute to the syntactic and semantic structures of sentences?

>From the perspective of recent developments in grammatical theory, many of
these issues have acquired new significance. It is for this reason that
the Department of Linguistics at the University of Southern California, in
conjunction with its conference on the Syntax of Semitic Languages and its
Interfaces, will be hosting a workshop devoted to the topic of Bound Pronouns.

Abstracts are invited for 30 or 40 minute talks (plus 15 minute
discussions), touching upon any aspect of the topic of bound pronouns
including, but not limited its syntactic and semantic ramifications.

Hard copy submissions:
	Please send 5 copies of an anonymous abstract, at most 2-pages long 
	(including examples and references). Please enclose a 3x5 card with 
	your submission stating name of paper, name of author, affiliation, 
	and address (including e-mail address, phone number, and fax number, 
	where available).

Hard copy submissions should be sent to:

Hagit Borer 
Department of Linguistics
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-1693
USA 

e-mail submissions: 
	Please send e-mail abstracts as either Word files or PDF files 
	to: lc01aub.edu.lb. If special fonts are used, please include the 
	fonts file as an attachment with your message.

Please specify clearly whether you are submitting an abstract for a 30 or
for a 40 minute talk.


E-MAIL SUBMISSIONS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED. FAX SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE
ACCEPTED.

Deadline for receipt of abstracts: FEBRUARY 15, 2001


Funding permitting, speakers can expect partial to full reimbursement for
their travel expenses.
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