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LINGUIST List 17.145

Mon Jan 16 2006

Confs: Morphology/Semantics/Syntax/Ottawa, Canada

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        1.    Eric Mathieu, Nominal Incorporation and its Kind


Message 1: Nominal Incorporation and its Kind
Date: 12-Jan-2006
From: Eric Mathieu <emathieuuottawa.ca>
Subject: Nominal Incorporation and its Kind



Nominal Incorporation and its Kind
Short Title: NIK


Date: 20-Feb-2006 - 22-Feb-2006
Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Contact: Eric Mathieu
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.thenikconference.com

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology; Semantics; Syntax

Meeting Description:

The idea behind this conference is to bring together syntacticians and semanticists who have worked on the topic of nominal incorporation and/or nominal conflation, often independently. In addition to giving descriptions and providing accounts of the different kinds of nominal incorporation available cross-linguistically, the meeting hopes to address issues such as the status of pseudo nominal incorporation and the concept of pseudo nominal conflation. Papers on constructions and processes that resemble noun incorporation (e.g. bare nouns, complex predication, etc.) are also very welcome.

Cette conférence a pour but de réunir syntacticiens et sémanticiens travaillant sur l’incorporation et/ou la conflation nominale, souvent indépendamment. En plus des contributions descriptives et théoriques sur l’incorporation nominale à travers les langues, le colloque espère apporter des réponses à des questions nouvelles telles que le statut de la pseudo incorporation nominale et le concept de la pseudo conflation nominale. Viennent s’ajouter à ces deux thèmes principaux toutes les constructions et tous les processus qui ressemblent de près ou de loin à l’incorporation nominale (noms nus, prédication complexe, etc.).

Noun Incorporation and its Kind

http://www.thenikconference.com/

Note: There is no conference fee for students.
Please pre-register at nikuottawa.ca

Program

February 20, 2006 (Monday)

8.00 Registration/Coffee
9.00 Opening

9.15 Invited speaker: Greg Carlson (University of Rochester) 'Incorporation of Free Forms'.

10.15 Break

10.30 Laurel Smith Stvan (University of Texas at Arlington) 'Two Bare Singular Uses in English with Incorporation Traits'
11.00 Ana Paula Quadros Gomes (University of São Paulo) 'The DPs in the restriction of 'todo' are extensive measure constructions'
11.30 Yukio Furukawa (McGill University) 'Universal readings of bare NPs in Japanese'

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Invited speaker: Veneeta Dayal (Rutgers University) 'Is there (Pseudo-)Incorporation in Hindi?'
14.00 Debasri Chakrabarti, Vaijayanthi M. Sarma and Pushpak Bhattacharyya (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay) 'Identifying Noun Incorporation in Hindi'
14.30 Javier Gutiérrez Rexach (Ohio State University) 'Essence, quantification and the semantics of incorporating 'have''

15.00 Break

15.30 Abbas Benmamoun (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 'The Morphology and Semantics of the Semitic Construct State'
16.00 Theresa Hanske (University of Cologne) 'Incorporation-like structures in Vietnamese'

16.30 Invited speaker: Henriëtte de Swart (Utrecht University) with Joost Zwarts 'Less form, more meaning: why bare nominals are special'

18.30 Reception sponsored by the French Embassy in Ottawa


February 21, 2006 (Tuesday)

8.30 Coffee

9.15 Invited speaker: Diane Massam (University of Toronto) 'Variations on Incorporation'

10.15 Break

10.30 Ileana Paul (University of Western Ontario) 'Bare nouns in Malagasy Syntax'
11.00 Jila Ghomeshi (University of Manitoba) 'Incorporating locative PPs'
11.30 Henry Yungli Chang and Chun-Ming Wu (Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica)'Nominal incorporation in Paiwan and its implications'

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Invited speaker: Martina Wiltschko (University of British Columbia) 'The structural deficiency of incorporated nouns: implications for form and meaning'

14.00 Balkiz Ozturk (Bogazici University) 'Agent Incorporation'
14.30 Ilhan Cagri (University of Maryland, College Park) 'Arguing against subject incorporation in Turkish Relative Clauses'

15.00 Invited speaker: Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin (CNRS) with Tonia Bleam and M. Teresa Espinal 'Bare Nouns, Number and Types of Incorporation'

16.00 Skating on the Rideau Canal

19.30 Conference Dinner


February 22, 2006 (Wednesday)

09.30 Visit to the Museum of Civilization

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Invited speaker: Alana Johns (University of Toronto) 'Agreement and Noun Incorporation'

14.00 Winnie Yiu & John Stonham (University of Newcastle) 'Nuuchahnulth: Nominal and not so nominal but pseudo?'
14.30 Rachel Wojdak (University of British Columbia/University of Ottawa) 'Incorporation as linearization: Evidence from Wakashan'
15.00 Michael Barrie and Bettina Spreng (University of Toronto) 'Noun Incorporation in German Morpho-syntax'

15.30 Break

16.00 Paul Hirschbühler (University of Ottawa) 'L'alternance locative sans conflation/incorporation: une approche (néo)constructionniste'
16.30 Jason D. Haugen (University of Arizona) 'Hyponymous Objects and Late Insertion'
17.00 Ana de la Fuente (Université de Paris 3/Lacito) 'Two types of numberless nouns in Nahuatl'

17.30 Break

18.00 Invited Speaker: Mark Baker (Rutgers University) 'Noun incorporation in Mapudungun'

19.00 Closing

The organisers: Eric Mathieu, Dana Geber, Chiu-Hung Chen, Christina Manouilidou.




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