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  1. glsa, UMOP 28: Proceedings of the Semantics of Under-Represented Languages in the Americas (SULA) 2

Message 1: UMOP 28: Proceedings of the Semantics of Under-Represented Languages in the Americas (SULA) 2

Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2004 12:03:56 -0400 (EDT)
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Subject: UMOP 28: Proceedings of the Semantics of Under-Represented Languages in the Americas (SULA) 2

Title: UMOP 28: Proceedings of the Semantics of Under-Represented
 Languages in the Americas (SULA) 2
Subtitle: The UBC meeting, held 14-16 March 2003
Publication Year: 2003
Publisher:	Graduate Linguistic Students' Assoc., Umass
Book URL:

Editor: Jan Anderssen
Editor: Paula Men�ndez-Benito
Editor: Adam Werle

Paperback: $20.00 US

The Graduate Linguistics Student Association (GLSA) at the University
of Massachusetts-Amherst, announces the publication of a new
University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers (UMOP) in the area of
semantics and typology.

Table of contents:

Friday 14 March

1. Relative tense vs. aspect: The case reopened
 J�rgen Bohnemeyer, SUNY, Buffalo and Max Planck Institute for

2. Situation types in American Sign Language
 Christian Rathmann, University of Texas

3. Early time reference in Inuktitut child language: The role of event
 realization and aspectual interpretation
 Mary Swift, University of Rochester

4. Focus Constructions in Yucatec Maya
 Invited Speaker: Judith Tonhauser, Stanford

5. Not even in Samish
 Invited Speaker: Scott Shank, University of British Columbia

6. Is todo in Brazilian Portuguese a Quantifier?
 Roberta Pires (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina)

7. Invited speaker: Peter Jacobs, Squamish Nation

Saturday 15 March

8. The semantics of discontinuous noun phrases in Quechua
 Invited Speaker: Rachel Hastings, Cornell University

9. Anaphoric R-expressions as bound variables
 Invited Speaker: Felicia Lee, University of British Columbia

10. Toward the tenseless analysis of a tenseless language
 Benjamin Shaer, Zentrum f�r Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft

11. Temporal interpretation in Navajo
 Carlota Smith, University of Texas
 Ted Fernald, Swarthmore College
 Ellavina Perkins, Flagstaff, Arizona

12. Presuppositionality and attitude subordination in Zuni
 Lynn Nichols, University of California, Berkeley

13. Wh-variables and Wh-movement parameters
 Benjamin Bruening, University of Delaware

14. Controlled context elicitations
 Invited Speaker: Strang Burton, Sto:lo Nation

15. Spatio-temporal deixis and evidentiality in Cuzco Quechua
 Martina Faller, University of Nijmegen and Max-Planck-Institute
 for Psycholinguistics

16. Subject generic sentences in Brazilian Portuguese
 Ana Muller, University of S�o Paulo

Sunday 16 March

17. Quantifiers and scope in ASL and ISN
 Invited Speakers: Judy Shepard-Kegl, University of Southern Maine
 Brenda Schertz, University of Southern Maine
18. Imperfectivity in Skwxw�7mesh (Squamish Salish)
 Leora Bar-el, University of British Columbia

19. Generalizing in Navajo
 Ted Fernald, Swarthmore College
 Ellavina Perkins, Flagstaff, Arizona
 Carlota Smith, University of Texas

20. What West Greenlandic habitual aspect marking tells us about
 characterizing sentences
 Veerle van Geenhoven, Universiteit Nijmegen

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