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Message 1: Morphosyntax: Workshop on Predicative Morphosyntax, Program

Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 09:18:36 BST
From: Delia Bentley <mfupgdbfs1.art.man.ac.uk>
Subject: Morphosyntax: Workshop on Predicative Morphosyntax, Program


Preliminary schedule of the Workshop on Predicative Morphosyntax: 
Parameters of Variation in Romance
Palermo, 22-24 November 2001

22 NOVEMBER 2001 (afternoon)

3.00-3.30 Welcome
3.30-4.00 Bossong: To be or not to be in Romance and Romance based creoles
4.00-4.30 Strudsholm & Amenta: Il verbo "andare" in italiano:
grado di ausiliarit� e parametri di variazione 
4.30-5.00 Cennamo: Auxiliaries and serials between Late Latin and 
early Romance 
5.00-5.20 Break 
5.20-.5.50 Molinu & Floricic: Cliticisation et pr�dication en sarde 
5.50-6.20 Jamrozik: Tra sintassi e semantica verbale: i verbi ad 
argomento incorporato in italiano e in francese 
6.20-6.50 Pusch: Explicit predicative morphosyntax in Romance: 
preverbal markers in Gascony Occitan


23 NOVEMBER 2001(morning)

9.00-9.30 Pescia/Ramos/Loporcaro: Double participles and participial
absolutes in Portuguese 
9.30-10.00 Loporcaro: Where have all the passives gone? 
10.00-10.30 Piva: Considerazioni sulle relazioni tra predicati 
verbali e forme predicative derivanti da nominalizzazioni 
10.30-1050 Break 
10.50-11.40 Carol Rosen (keynote speaker): Large Clauses: 
Combinatory Limits in the Theory of Predicate Gemmation 
11.40-12.10 Alba-Salas: The fare light verb construction in Italian: 
an RG account 
12.10-12.40 Blasco Ferrer: Tipologia e storia delle costruzioni 
presentative romanze

23 NOVEMBER 2001(afternoon)

3.00-3.30 Abeill� & Godard: Two types of structures for complex
predicates in Romance languages 
3.30-4.00 Roberts: The emergence of "have" as a future and perfective 
auxiliary 
4.00-4.30 Munaro & Penello: On the predicative nature of complex 
nominal structures 
4.30-4.50 Break 
4.50-5.40 Andrea Moro (keynote speaker): Reflections on movement: the 
role of morphology, symmetry and predication 
5.40-6.10 Lefeuvre: Verbless sentences in French 
6.10-6.40 Meinschaefer: The syntax of nominal predicates: French 
psychological verb nominalizations and the realization of arguments

24 NOVEMBER 2001(morning)

9.00-9.30 Tufi: Sulla morfosintassi delle costruzioni perfettive del
marinese degli anni '20 
9.30-10.00 Formentin: Osservazioni sulla sintassi della "Cronica" 
dell'Anonimo Romano 
10.00-10.30 Centineo: Intransitive/pronominal alternations in Italian 
and Romance 
10.30-10.50 Break 
10.50-11.40 Nigel Vincent (keynote speaker): From predication to 
predicate: towards a history of the gerund in Italo-Romance 
11.40-12.10 Parry: Auxiliaries selection in complex predicates: some 
cases of Italo-Romance variation 
12.10-12.40 Stark: Determiners in the predicative in Old Tuscan texts

POSTER SESSION

Antelmi: Il verbo senza significato: possibilit� di slittamento del
contenuto lessicale su elementi di tipo nominale
Falan/Iovanescu/Radulescu: L'accord du sujet avec le pr�dicat dans les
subordonn�es relatives en fran�ais et en roumain
Jansen: L'uso di predicati "analitici" in italiano contemporaneo: 
verbi sintagmatici esprimenti movimento e posizione
Seelbach: Aspects contrastifs fran�ais-allemands de la pr�dication 
appropri�e dans les domaines du transport et de l'immobilier
Tocanac: Morph�me se - signe des verbes moyens - une approche 
contrastive appliqu�e au fran�ais et au serbocroate 
Venier: Da 'essere' ad 'avere': una tendenza dell'ausiliare in 
italiano



Dr Delia Bentley
Department of Linguistics
University of Manchester
Oxford Rd
M13 9PL
GB
Tel. +44 +161 +2753193
Fax +44 +161 +2753187
e-mail: delia.bentleyman.ac.uk
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