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  1. Anna Szabolcsi, Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 11: Schedule

Message 1: Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 11: Schedule

Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2001 17:00:36 -0500
From: Anna Szabolcsi <>
Subject: Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 11: Schedule

 Semantics and Linguistics Theory (SALT) 11
 New York University
 (slight changes still possible)

for abstracts, preregistation, and accommodation

**May 11, Friday**

8:30 	Registration, coffee
9:15 	Welcome
9:30 	MARIA BITTNER, Rutgers: Topical referents for individuals and 
10:30 Andrea Gualmini, Stephen Crain, Luisa Meroni, Maryland, & Gennaro
Chierchia, Maria Teresa Guasti, Milano: At the semantics/pragmatics
interface in child language

11:10 Coffee break

11:30	Daniel B�ring, UCLA: Variable binding out of DP revisited
12:10	Paul Elbourne, M.I.T.: When is situation semantics allowed?

12:50	Lunch break

2:50 	KIT FINE, NYU: The statue and the clay
3:50 	Friederike Moltmann, Liverpool: Two kinds of universals and two kinds
of groups

4:30	Coffee break

4:50	Cecile Meier, Frankfurt/NYU: Result clauses
5:30	Stefan Kaufman, Stanford: Probabilities of conditionals

**May 12, Saturday**

9:15	Registration, coffee
9:30	PAUL DEKKER, Amsterdam: If and only
10:30	Marcin Morzycki, UMass: Almost and its kin, across categories

11:10	Coffee break

11:30	Tim Fernando, Trinity College Dublin: Conservative generalized
quantifiers and presuppositions
12:10	Mandy Simons, Carnegie Mellon: Rethinking context

12:50	Lunch break

2:50	BARRY SCHEIN, USC: Conditional, descriptive reciprocity
3:50 	Richard Larson & Masha Vassilieva, Stony Brook: The semantics of
plural pronouns

4:10	Coffee break

4:50	Alexis Dimiatriadis, Utrecht: Function domains in variable-free
5:30	Chris Barker, UCSD: Continuations: in-situ quantification without
storage or type-shifting
6:20 	Business meeting
7:00	Party 

**May 13, Sunday**

9:15	Coffee
9:30	Christopher Pi��n, D�sseldorf: A finer look at the
causative-inchoative distinction
10:10	Hana Filip, Northwestern: The semantics of Russian secondary predicates

10:50	Coffee break

11:10	Alessandra Giorgi, Venezia & Fabio Pianesi, IRST: Tense, attitudes,
and subjects
11:50	TANYA REINHART: Experiencing derivations


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)

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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