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LINGUIST List 16.3065

Mon Oct 24 2005

Confs: General Ling/Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain

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Message 1: 14th Conference of the Student Organisation of Linguistics in Europe
Date: 19-Oct-2005
From: Luis Vicente <kolditogmail.com>
Subject: 14th Conference of the Student Organisation of Linguistics in Europe



14th Conference of the Student Organisation of Linguistics in Europe
Short Title: ConSOLE XIV


Date: 15-Dec-2005 - 17-Dec-2005
Location: Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Contact: Luis Vicente
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.ehu.es/console

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

EHU-U.Basque Country and LEHIA (The Basque Group for Language Research) are pleased to host the 14th annual Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe, to be held from 15 to 17 December 2005.

ConSOLE is organised by a different European university every year and it provides a nice forum for students of linguistics from all over the world to present independent research at the same time that it strives to foster contacts and cooperation between students of generative linguistics in Europe and around the world.


14th Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe (ConSOLE XIV)

University of the Basque Country (Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain)
15th-17th December 2005

http://www.ehu.es/console
consoleXIVvc.ehu.es

PROGRAM

THURSDAY 15TH DECEMBER

8:30-9:20
REGISTRATION

9:20-9:30
Welcoming Remarks

9:30-10:30
-Invited Speaker-
Cedric Boeckx (Harvard University): TBA

10:30-10:50
Break

10:50-11:30
Jonathan MacDonald (Stony Brook University):
The independence of case and aspect

11:30-12-10
Serkan Şener (University of Connecticut):
Postverbal constituents in Turkish: they are still high!

12:10-12-50
Berit Gehrke (U. Utrecht) & Nino Grillo (U. Utrecht/U. Siena):
Aspect on passives

12:50-15:00
LUNCH

15:00-15:40
Zoltan Kiss (Eötvös Lorand University):
Revisiting Hungarian v: a surface-based approach

15:40-16:20
Rosmin Mathew (Jawaharlal Nehru University):
Simply Malayalam participials

16:20-17:00
Anca Sevcenco (U. Utrecht):
Long distance binding at the cross-roads: syntax or discourse

17:00-17:20
Break

17:20-18:00
Emilie Caratini (U. Nice):
There is no ambi-syllabicity (in German)

18:00-19:00
-Invited Speaker-
Gorka Elordieta (UPV-EHU): TBA

FRIDAY 16th DECEMBER

9:00-9:40
Boban Arsenijevic (U. Leiden):
Contents of PP and the interpretation of Slavic verb prefixes

9:40-10:20
Berit Gehrke (U. Utrecht):
On the directional readings of so-called ambiguous prepositions

10:20-10:35
Break

10:35-11:15
Ángel J. Gallego (U. Autònoma de Barcelona) & Raquel Gonzalez (IUOG):
A lexical syntax for comparatives

11:15-11:55
Lydia Grebenyova (U. Maryland):
Multiple sluicing and wh- fronting in Russian

11:55-12:10
Break

12:10-12:50
Franc Marušič (Politehnika Nova Gorica/Stony Brook University):On the lack of a (PF) phase in non-finite clausal complements

12:50-13:30
Keir Multon (UMass at Amherst):
Strong reflexivity and attitudes de se: evidence from ECM

13:30-15:15
LUNCH

15:15-15:55
Tomoko Kawamura (Stony Brook University):
NPI connectivity of pseudo-clefts and its focal analysis

15:55-16:55
-Invited Speaker-
Roland Pfau (U. Amsterdam): TBA

16:55-17:10
Break

17.10-17:50
Ángel J. Gallego (U. Autònoma de Barcelona):
Connectivity in Markovian dependencies

17:50-18:30
Duk-Ho An (University of Connecticut):
Asymmetric T-to-C movement in ATB constructions: a PF-deletion analysis


SATURDAY 17th DECEMBER

9:00-10:00
-Invited Speaker-
Utpal Lahiri (UPV-EHU): TBA

10:00-10:40
Eytan Zweig (NYU):
Plurality, implicatures, and events

10:40-11:00
Break

11:00-11:40
Glenda Newton (U. Cambridge):
The rise of verb initial word order in Irish: a minimalist account of the development of head movement

11:40-12:20
David Hron (Tel-Aviv University):
On the derivation of Czech reflexive nouns

12:20-13:00
Gerardo Fernandez Salgueiro (U. Michigan at Ann Arbor):
Reducing computation at the interface with the Sensory-Motor systems

13:00-?
BUSINESS MEETING

ALTERNATES:

Bjorn Rothstein (U. Stuttgart): Losing a puzzle
Remus Gergel (U. Tübingen): The role of interpretable features in ellipsis: a proposal for licensing
Kirsten Gengel (U. Stuttgart): Object shift and pseudogapping in the Scandinavian languages
Alan Bale (McGill University): No linear order! Degenerate degrees on the semantic analysis of comparatives




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