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Mon Nov 25 2002

Confs: Workshop on Verb Classes and Alternations

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Message 1: Workshop on Verb Classes and Alternation, Stuttgart Germany

Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 11:54:46 +0000
From: roberta.dalessandro <roberta.dalessandroims.uni-stuttgart.de>
Subject: Workshop on Verb Classes and Alternation, Stuttgart Germany

Workshop on Verb Classes and Alternation

Location: Stuttgart, Germany
Date: 10-Jan-2003 - 11-Jan-2003 
Web Site: http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/~dalessra/workshop.html
Contact Person: Roberta D'Alessandro
Meeting Email: roberta.dalessandroims.uni-stuttgart.de

Linguistic Subfield(s): Syntax, Semantics, Morphology

Meeting Description: 

Workshop on Verb Classes and Alternations, University of Stuttgart,
January 10-11, 2003 The Graduiertenkolleg ''Linguistic Representations
and Their Interpretation'' of the University of Stuttgart (Departments
of Linguistics and IMS) is happy to announce a WORKSHOP ON VERB
CLASSES AND ALTERNATIONS, to be held on January 10-11 at the
University of Stuttgart.

List of speakers:

Artemis Alexiadou (Stuttgart)
Hagit Borer (USC)
Adele Goldberg (UIUC)
Hans Kamp (Stuttgart)
Beth Levin (Stanford)
Alec Marantz (MIT)
Gillian Ramchand (Oxford)
Irene Rapp & Arnim von Stechow (Tuebingen)
Antonella Sorace (Edinburgh)
Achim Stein (Stuttgart)

The workshop will be preceded by a Morphology class taught by Alec
Marantz on January 8.
Further information and a tentative program are available on the website:
http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/~dalessra/workshop.html.

People interested in attending the workshop and the class can contact
Roberta D'Alessandro at the following e-mail:
roberta.dalessandroims.uni-stuttgart.de
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