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Message 1: Syntax/Semantics - CSSP 2001, Paris, France

Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2001 19:30:03 +0200
From: Jean-Marie Marandin <jean-marie.marandinlinguist.jussieu.fr>
Subject: Syntax/Semantics - CSSP 2001, Paris, France

CONFERENCE DE SYNTAXE ET DE SEMANTIQUE A PARIS
CSSP 2001

October 4- October 6

ORGANIZED BY THE UNIVERSITE PARIS IV-SORBONNE, THE UNIVESITE PARIS VII,
and CNRS

Location: Campus Jussieu, Amphi 24


PROGRAM

THURSDAY OCTOBER 4

9h10-10h10 : Invited speaker: Andree Borillo, Universite de Toulouse
(TBA)

10h10-10h30: Pause

10h30-11h: Ana Arregui and Lisa Matthewson, U. of Massachussets, Amherst

 A cross-linguistic perspective on the expression of manner

11h-11h30: Wilhelm Geuder, Universitaet Konstanz

 Agentive adverbs and adjectives

11h30-12h: Maria-Rita Manzini and L.M. Savoia, Universita di Firenze

 Neg adverbs are neither Neg nor Adverbs

12h-12h30: Oystein Nilsen, OTS, Utrecht

 Non-linear adverb ordering


14h-15h: Invited speaker: Jacques Jayez, ENS-Lyon (TBA)

15h-15h30: Friederike Moltmann, University of Liverpool

 Events as derived objects

15h30-16h: Pause

16h-16h30: Satoshi Tomioka and Yaping Tsai, University of Delaware

 Distributivity and the semantics of "Chuan" in
		Mandarin Chinese

16h30-17h: Laurent Roussarie and Marianne Desmets, Universites Paris
7 et Paris 10

 Deux cas de reference citationnelle : les reportives en "comme"

17h-17h30: Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin, CNRS, Universite Paris 7

 Adverbs of quantification, Genericity and Donkeys


17h30 RECEPTION


FRIDAY OCTOBER 5


9h-10h: Invited speaker: Annie Zaenen, Rank Xerox, Palo Alto
	 and Grenoble (TBA)

10h-10h30: Pause

10h30-11h: Ruth Kempson and Denise Perrett, King's College, London
		and University of Edinburgh

 Temporal expletives: anticipatory tense effects

11h-11h30: Bridget Copley, MIT

 Deriving temporal location in the English perfect
		from defaults

11h30-12h: Norah Boneh, Universite Paris 8

 T and existential clauses

12h-12h30: Edit Jakab, U. du Quebec, Montreal, and Princeton University

		The Conditional expressed by Russian and English
		imperatives


14h-15h: Invited speaker: David Pesetsky, MIT (TBA)

15h-15h30: Frederick J. Newmeyer, University of Washington

 Against triggered movement

15h30-16h: Frank Richter and Manfred Sailer, Universitaet Tuebingen

 Cranberry words in Formal Grammar

16h-16h30: Pause

16h30-17h: Anna Luis and Louisa Sadler, University of Essex

 Morphology and Markedness: an account of object
		pronouns in European Portuguese

17h-17h30: Rajesh Batt and Roumyana Pancheva, U. of Texas, Austin, 
		and University of Southern California

 The Severed head: LF licensing of degree complements

17h30-18h: Uffe Bergeton Larsen, U. of Southern California 

 Intensifier adjunction or reflexivization? The
		Case of complex reflexives in Danish

18h-18h30: Nino Amiridze, OTS, Utrecht

 Again on the anaphor agreement effect 


SATURDAY OCTOBER 6


9h-10h: Invited speaker: Beth Levin, Stanford University
(TBA)

10h-10h30: Donka Farkas, U. of California, Santa Cruz

 The Rich world of indefinites

10h30-11h: Pause

11h-11h30: Maribel Romero and Chung-hye Han, University of Pennsylvania

 		 Focus and ellipsis in alternative questions

11h30-12h: Tonia Bleam, University of Pennsylvania

 Bare plurals and the null determiner hypothesis
			in Romance

12h-12h30: Lucia Tovena and Marlene van Peteghem, Universite de Lille

 Facets of 'different' in French: different and autre 


Alternates:


Raul Aranovitch, University of Texas, san Antonio, Two types of
postverbal subjects

In Spanish: evidence from binding; Theodora Alexopoulou and Caroline
Heycock, University of Edinburgh, Quantifier scope in relative clauses
and definiteness effects; Georges Rebuschi, Universit´┐Ż Paris 3,
Antisymmetry, coordination and relativisation.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Francis Corblin, Daniele Godard, Jean-Marie Marandin

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Patrick Blackburn (INRIA, Nancy), Olivier Bonami (Rennes 2), Andree
Borillo (Toulouse 2), Patricia Cabredo (CNRS, Paris 8), Marcel Cori
(Paris 10-Nanterre), Ileana Comorovski (Nancy 2), Francis Corblin
(Paris 4-Sorbonne), Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin (CNRS, Paris 7), Donka Farkas
(UCSC), Bernard Fradin (CNRS, Paris 7), Claire Gardent (CNRS, Nancy),
Anastasia Giannakidou (Groningen and Chicago), Daniele Godard (CNRS,
Paris7), Jacques Jayez (ENS-Lyon), Ruth Kempson (London), Chris Kennedy
(NWU), Alain Kihm (CNRS, Paris 7), Brenda Laca (Paris 8), Alain Lecomte
(Grenoble 2), Beth Levin (Stanford), Jean-Marie Marandin (CNRS, Paris
7), Louise McNally (Barcelona), Lea Nash (Paris 8), Denis Paillard
(CNRS, Paris 7), Marie-Claude Paris (Paris 7), Owen Rambow (Florham
Park), Georges Rebuschi (Paris 3), Louisa Sadler (Essex), Ivan Sag
(Stanford), Rob van der Sandt (Nijmegen), Henriette de Swart (Utrecht),
Lucia Tovena (Lille 3), Henk Verkuyl (Utrecht), Annie Zaenen (Xerox
Parc), Richard Zuber (CNRS, Paris 7).
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