LINGUIST List 13.1256

Mon May 6 2002

Confs: General Ling, Purdue Ling Student Conference

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  1. Scott Baxter, 1st Purdue Linguistics Student Conference

Message 1: 1st Purdue Linguistics Student Conference

Date: Fri, 3 May 2002 13:50:09 -0500
From: Scott Baxter <>
Subject: 1st Purdue Linguistics Student Conference

The Purdue Linguistics Association is pleased to announce the 1st
Purdue Linuistics Student
Conference PLSC1. This will be held Tuesday May 7, 2002 on the
campus of Purdue
University. All presentations will be in Heavilon Hall 128

 The complete program and a flyer to promote the event can
be found at:

for further information please contact:

 A comple schedule can be found below.

 8:45 Opening Remarks (Christian F. Hempelmann)

 9:00 -10:30 Session 1: "Syntax" Chair:
Donovan Grose
 Julija Televnaja
 Accusative/Genitive Case Correlation with
Respect to Aspect in Lithuanian
 and Russian
 Maria Kondaurova
 Evidence for Covert A-movement of Genetive
Phrases with Unaccusatives
 Shigetake Ushigusa
 Further Support for Wh-indexing Analysis

 brunch break
 coffee and snacks, courtesy of the Linguistics Program

 11:00 - 12:30 Session 2: "Interfaces" Chair:
Hanada Almasri
 Christian F. Hempelmann
 Tout n'est pas Purdue: Permissible Distance and
Recoverability in
 Paronomasic Puns
 Allen Redmon
 The Principles and Parameters of the Corpus of
Southern Baptist Sermons

 lunch break
 on your own

 13:30 - 15:00 Session 3: "SLA"
Chair: Christine Tardy
 Scott Baxter
 Teaching Reviewing to Computer Science Graduate
Students: A Report on a
 Pedagogical Experiment
 Edie Cassell
 'Knowledge-Construction' Through the Use of EIL
in U.S. Academic and
 Corporate Research Institutions
 Susana B. Gonz´┐Żlez
 Investigating Scientific Writing in
Multicultural Contexts: A Discussion of
 English as a Lingua Franca

 15:00 Closing Remarks (Hanada Almasri)

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