LINGUIST List 15.709

Thu Feb 26 2004

Confs: General Linguistics/Chapel Hill, NC USA

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  1. makitaka, UNC-CH Spring Linguistics Colloquium 2004

Message 1: UNC-CH Spring Linguistics Colloquium 2004

Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 19:06:50 -0500 (EST)
From: makitaka <>
Subject: UNC-CH Spring Linguistics Colloquium 2004

UNC-CH Spring Linguistics Colloquium 2004 

Date: 27-Mar-2004 - 27-Mar-2004
Location: Chapel Hill, NC, United States of America
Contact: Maki Takahashi
Contact Email: 
Meeting URL: 

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

2004 UNC-Chapel Hill Spring Linguistics Colloquium Saturday, March
27th, 8:45 - 5:30 at Toy Lounge, 4th floor, Dey Hall, University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Invited Speakers:
Anthony Kroch	(University of Pennsylvania) 
Paul Smolensky	(Johns Hopkins University)

8:45 -Breakfast

9:15 -Exceptions to Sievers' Law in Gothic
Marc Pierce, University of Michigan

9:45 -Is lexical access non-selective in bilinguals?
Elaine Abousalh, UNC-CH

10:15 -Degrees of activity in Galician, an Ibero-Romance language
Javier Rivas, East Carolina University

10:45 -Break

11:00 -Possessor Raising in English
Robert Moonan and Cherlon Ussery, University of South Carolina

11:30 -[PAUL SMOLENSKY, Johns Hopkins University]

12:30 -Lunch Break

2:15 -Disagreeing on Agree: Agree, the EPP and Spanish super-raising
Gerardo Fern´┐Żndez-Salgueiro, University of Michigan

2:45 -On the non-semantics of noun-noun compounds in English
Bob Lehner, the University of Chicago

3:15 -Word formation, category, and internal structure: an argument
for Distributed Morphology
Masaaki Kamiya, Hamilton College


4:30 -If at first you don't succeed: imperfect language learning and
its implications for language change 
[ANTHONY KROCH, University of Pennsylvania}

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