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LINGUIST List 16.2376

Sun Aug 14 2005

Confs: Psycholing/Semantics/Syntax/Typology/Cambridge, UK

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        1.    Heidi Harley, LAGB Satellite Workshop on Perfectivity and Telicity

Message 1: LAGB Satellite Workshop on Perfectivity and Telicity
Date: 11-Aug-2005
From: Heidi Harley <hharleyemail.arizona.edu>
Subject: LAGB Satellite Workshop on Perfectivity and Telicity

LAGB Satellite Workshop on Perfectivity and Telicity

Date: 04-Sep-2005 - 04-Sep-2005
Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom
Contact: Heidi Harley
Contact Email: hharleyemail.arizona.edu
Meeting URL: http://linguistics.arizona.edu/~hharley/2005Workshop/

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition; Psycholinguistics; Semantics; Syntax;

Meeting Description:

A one-day workshop focusing on perfective viewpoint aspect and telic aktionsart
and their interaction, from semantic, syntactic and psycholinguistic viewpoints,
sponsored by the British Academy.

The August 15 deadline for discounted early registration for the LAGB Satellite
Workshop on Perfectivity and Telicity, at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, is
fast approaching!

Invited speakers include Hamida Demirdache, Angeleik van Hout, Gillian Ramchand
and Jacqueline Gueron. Full progam information, with abstracts of talks, can be
found here:


For registration details, go to this link:


See you in Cambridge!

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