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Confs: Semantics & Linguistic Theory (SALT)

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  1. Anna Szabolcsi, Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 11 Preliminary Program

Message 1: Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 11 Preliminary Program

Date: Fri, 09 Mar 2001 22:56:36 -0500
From: Anna Szabolcsi <>
Subject: Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 11 Preliminary Program

		Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 11
			New York University 
			 May 11-13, 2001

 Preliminary Program

Invited speakers:

Maria Bittner, Rutgers
Paul Dekker, Amsterdam
Kit Fine, New York University
Tanya Reinhart, Tel Aviv / Utrecht
Barry Schein, U. Southern California

Papers selected for presentation (unordered list):

At the semantics/pragmatics interface in child language (Andrea Gualmini,
 	Stephen Crain, Luisa Meroni, Maryland, & Gennaro Chierchia, Maria
 	Teresa Guasti, Milano)
Variable binding out of DP revisited (Daniel B�ring, UCLA)
When is situation semantics allowed? (Paul Elbourne, M.I.T.)
Tense, attitudes and subjects (Alessandra Giorgi, Venezia & Fabio Pianesi,
The semantics of plural pronouns (Richard Larson & Masha Vassilieva, SUNY
 	Stony Brook)
Almost and its kin, across categories (Marcin Morzycki, UMass Amherst)
Continuations: in-situ quantification without storage or type-shifting (Chris
 	Barker, UC San Diego)
Conservative generalized quantifiers and presuppositions (Tim Fernando,
	Trinity College Dublin)
Function domains in variable-free semantics (Alexis Dimitriadis, Utrecht OTS)
Probabilities of conditionals (Stefan Kaufmann, Stanford)
Two kinds of universals and two kinds of groups (Friederike Moltmann,
Rethinking context (Mandy Simons, Carnegie Mellon)
Result clauses (Cecile Meier)
The semantics of Russian secondary predicates (Hana Filip & Chris Kennedy,
A finer look at the causative-inchoative distinction (Christopher Pi��n,


Degree relatives are ordinary relatives (Alastair Butler, York) 
On the computation of conversational implicatures (Uli Sauerland, T�bingen)
Distributivity in an event semantics (Sei-Rang Oh, UConn)
Be going to: a case of high aspect (Bridget Copley, MIT)
A crosslinguistic perspective on the expression of manner (Lisa Matthewson &
	Ana Arregui, UMass Amherst)

See for
hotels/hostels, preregistration information, and abstracts.

Anna Szabolcsi					
Dept. of Linguistics, New York University
719 Broadway, #501, NY, NY 10003
tel (212) 998 7956, fax (212) 995 4707
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