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Wed May 26 2004

Confs: Ling Theories/Montreal, Canada

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  1. phiworkshop, Phi-Theory: Phi-Features Across Modules and Interfaces

Message 1: Phi-Theory: Phi-Features Across Modules and Interfaces

Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 13:05:28 -0400 (EDT)
From: phiworkshop <>
Subject: Phi-Theory: Phi-Features Across Modules and Interfaces

Phi-Theory: Phi-Features Across Modules and Interfaces

Date: 27-Aug-2004 - 29-Aug-2004
Location: Montreal, Canada
Contact: Susana Bejar
Contact Email: 
Meeting URL: 

Linguistic Sub-field: Linguistic Theories ,Morphology ,Semantics

Meeting Description:


A special workshop on phi-features will be take place at McGill
University in Montreal, Canada, from August 27-29, 2004. The workshop
will assemble linguists investigating phi-features from syntactic,
semantic and morphological perspectives. The aim is to explore the
extent to which findings in each of these areas converge or diverge,
and to ask what light this may shed on the interfaces between modules.


Elena Anagnostopoulou, University of Crete
David Adger, University of London (QMC)
Susana Bejar, McGill University
Jonathan Bobaljik, University of Connecticut
Elizabeth Cowper, University of Toronto
Daniel Harbour, University of London (QMC)
Heidi Harley, University of Arizona
Martha McGinnis, University of Calgary
Chris Potts, University of Massachusetts
Milan Rezac, University of Toronto
Elizabeth Ritter, University of Calgary
Uli Sauerland, Universitat Tubingen
Jochen Trommer, University of Osnabrueck

Organizers of the workshop are:
 David Adger (University of London, QMC),
 Susana Bejar (McGill)
 Daniel Harbour (University of London, QMC)

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