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Thu Mar 15 2001

Confs: Construction Grammar, ICCG 2001, CA/USA

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  1. Hans Christian Boas, First International Conference on Construction Grammar (ICCG 2001) Preliminary Program

Message 1: First International Conference on Construction Grammar (ICCG 2001) Preliminary Program

Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2001 14:00:00 -0800 (PST)
From: Hans Christian Boas <hcbICSI.Berkeley.EDU>
Subject: First International Conference on Construction Grammar (ICCG 2001) Preliminary Program


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First International Conference on Construction Grammar
(ICCG 2001), UC Berkeley, April 6-8, 2001

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Preliminary Program


 
FRIDAY, April 6, 2001

 
Charles J. Fillmore (ICSI and UC Berkeley): Mini grammars
for time-when adjuncts in English

Natalie Schilling-Estes (Georgetown University): On the role
of memorization in language production: evidence from the
sociolinguistic interview

Jan-Ola Oestman and Jaakko Leino (University of Helsinki): 
Constructions and variability

Knud Lambrecht (UT Austin): The French presentational
relative construction
 


SATURDAY, April 7, 2001

 
Ronald Langacker (UC San Diego): Integration,
grammaticalization, and constructional meaning

Cristiano Broccias (University of Pavia): Allative and
ablative "at-"constructions

Johani Rudanko (University of Tampere): "Into -ing" as a
construction in English

Anne Neville and Patrizia Paggio (Center for
Sprokteknologi): Developing a Danish grammar in the GRASP
Project: a construction-based approach to topology and
extraction in Danish

Ronald Cosper (Saint Mary's University): Rime as sublemic
construction in English

Natsuko Tsujimura (Indiana University): A constructional
approach to mimetic verbs

George Lakoff (UC Berkeley): TBA

Carmen Bretones-Callejas, Maria Cristobal, and Iraide
Ibarretxe-Antunano (UC Berkeley): The construction
"salir-de" in Spanish: how Spanish speakers conceptualize
exiting events

Kyoko Hirose Ohara (Keio University): From relativization to
clause-linkage: a case of Japanese

Toshio Ohori (University of Tokyo): Construction Grammar as
a conceptual framework for linguistic typology: a case from
reference marking

Ivan Sag (Stanford University): TBA

Serene Gu-jing Lin (National Taiwan University): From
temporal adverbial connective to quasi-complementizer: the
grammaticalization of "ho" in Tsou



SUNDAY, April 8, 2001

 
Seizi Iwata (Geifu University): The role of verb meaning in
locative alternations

Noriko Nemoto (Fukushima University): Alternation phenomena
and Frame Semantics

Christopher Johnson (Soliloquy, Inc.): Toward a frame
ontology for English communication predicates

Paul Kay (UC Berkeley): Argument structure
constructions and the complement-adjunct distinction

Seiko Fujii (University of Tokyo): Lexically (un)filled
constructional schemes and construction types for modal
constructions in Japanese

Florian Jaeger (Humboldt University) and Raphael Berthele
(University of Fribourg): On the use of Construction Grammar
in diachrony and dialectology: the case of
perspective constructions in German

Nicolas Gisborne (University of Hong Kong): This looks as if
it might be a construction: an account of quirky complement
clauses

Svitlana Zhabotynska (UC San Diego): Genetive "of": a frame
semantic approach

Arnold Zwicky (Stanford University): Radical constructionism

Andreas Kathol and Emily Bender (UC Berkeley): A
constructional analysis of "Just Because ... Doesn't Mean"





See http://www.icsi.berkeley.edu/iccg2001 for further
information on registration, accommodation, etc.


For questions please contact: iccg2001icsi.berkeley.edu




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Hans C. Boas
International Computer Science Institute
1947 Center Street, Suite 600
Berkeley, CA 94704, U.S.A.

Phone: (510) 666-2888
Fax: (510) 666-2956

hcbicsi.berkeley.edu
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