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Message 1: Workshop on the Form and Function of Pronouns

Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 13:58:09 +0000
From: wmartina <wmartinainterchange.ubc.ca>
Subject: Workshop on the Form and Function of Pronouns


Workshop on the Form and Function of Pronouns 

Date: 19-SEP-03 - 21-SEP-03
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Contact: Martina Wiltschko
Contact Email: wmartinainterchange.ubc.ca 
Meeting URL: http://www.linguistics.ubc.ca/PRON

Linguistic Sub-field: Syntax 

Meeting Description:

Workshop on the Form and Function of Pronouns
University of British Columbia
Department of Linguistics
Organizers: Martina Wiltschko, Rose-Marie D�chaine

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

Friday, September 19th 2003
SYNTAX OF PRONOUNS
9.45 Opening remarks
10.00 Invited speaker:
Betsy Ritter (U Calgary): Getting personal: 3rd person pronouns
reconsidered

11.00 Noureddien Elouazizi (ULCL;U Leiden): Internal and external
syntax of object pronominal clitics in Berber: A window on syntax - LF
interface and recoverability of coreferential deficit in clitics.

_____________________________________________________
11.15 Coffee break
_____________________________________________________

12.00 Virginia Hill (U of New Brunswick in Saint John): Subject
pronoun inversion in Romanian

12.45 Joseph Stemberger (UBC) Possessor Subjects in First Language
Acquisition: the Role of phonology
_____________________________________________________ 
1.30 Lunch
_____________________________________________________

SYNTAX OF PRONOUNS
3.00 Invited speaker:
Leslie Saxon (UVictoria): Third and ''fourth'' person in Athabascan
languages

4.00 Tyler Peterson (UBC): Argument Structure and the DP/Phi-P
Distinction in Gitksan
_____________________________________________________
4.45 Coffee Break
____________________________________________________

5.00 Martha McGinnis (U Calgary): On the universal asymmetry between
first and second person.

5.45 Invited speaker:
Paul Kroeber (U Indiana): Syntactic distribution of person-number
features in Alsea
_____________________________________________________
6.45 Dinner

Saturday, September 20th 2003
SEMANTICS OF PRONOUNS

10.00 Invited speaker:
 
Hotze Rullmann (U Calgary): On the Semantics of Number and Person
_____________________________________________________
11.00 Coffee Break
_____________________________________________________

11.15 Satoshi Tomioka (U of Delaware): Definite Plural Pronouns are
Definite

12.00 David Mortensen (UC Berkeley): Two Kinds of Variable Elements in
Hmong anaphora

_____________________________________________________
12.45 Lunch

BINDING OF PRONOUNS

2.30 Invited speaker:
Edwin Williams (Princeton U): Sloppy ID

_____________________________________________________
3.30 Coffee
____________________________________________________

3.45 Atsushi Fujimori (UBC): Unravelment of the Binding Tangle:
Forward and Backward

4.30 Nicholas Fleisher (UC Berkely): Backward Dependency and the
Pronominal Inventory
_____________________________________________________
5.15 Coffee
_____________________________________________________

5.30 Henry Davis (UBC): tba

6.15.Invited speaker:
Norbert Hornstein (UMaryland): Pronouns in a minimalist context

_____________________________________________________
7.00 Dinner & Party

Sunday, September 21st 2003

BINDING OF PRONOUNS

10.00 Invited speaker:
 
Ken Safir (Rutgers U): ''Form and meaning in a competitive theory of
anaphora''.

____________________________________________________
11.00 Coffee Break
_____________________________________________________

11.15 Gabriela Caballero (UC, Berkeley): Antilogophoric effects in
Spanish: an alternative analysis of Condition B effects

12.30 Carol Tenny (Carnegie Mellon University): Point of view domains
for pronoun binding

1.15 Rose-Marie D�chaine & Martina Wiltschko: Concluding Remarks

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Alternates: 
Natalia Diaz-Insense (Dalhousie University/Cornell University) : 
 On the interpretation of nominal and pronominal features; 
Anne Sturgeon (University of California, Santa Cruz): 
 Bidirectional Optimality and Demonstrative Pronouns in Czech


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