LINGUIST List 17.475|
Mon Feb 13 2006
Calls: General Ling/South Korea;Semantics/Italy
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Workshop on 'Mismatches between Grammatical Forms and Grammatical Relations'
The 2006 Milan Meeting
Message 1: Workshop on 'Mismatches between Grammatical Forms and Grammatical Relations'
From: Jong-Bok Kim <jongbokkhu.ac.kr>
Subject: Workshop on 'Mismatches between Grammatical Forms and Grammatical Relations'
Full Title: Workshop on 'Mismatches between Grammatical Forms and Grammatical
Date: 24-Jul-2006 - 26-Jul-2006
Location: Seoul, Korea, Korea, South
Contact Person: Jong-Bok Kim
Meeting Email: jongbokkhu.ac.kr
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2006
Workshop on 'Mismatches between Grammatical Forms and Grammatical
Relations' This workshop is part of The 2006 LSK International Summer
Conference to be held from July 24 to July 26 at Seoul National
University, Seoul, Korea.
Workshop on ''Mismatches between Grammatical Forms and Grammatical Relations''
Workshop date: July 25
Deadline for the Abstract Submission: March 30, 2006
Notification of Acceptance: April 20, 2006
Deadline for the Paper Submission: June 30, 2006.
Stan Dubinsky (University of South Carolina)
Frederick J. Newmeyer (University of Washington at Seattle)
Joan Maling (Brandeis University)
Peter Sells (Stanford University)
James Yoon (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Workshop Descriptions: The relationship between phrase structure configurations
and grammatical relations (or functions) like 'subject', 'direct object',
'indirect object', etc. is not a simple one. Even within a single language,
subject and object properties might not be confined to consistent structural
configurations, but rather be 'shared' by different configurations. For example,
in English the postposed NP (or DP) in 'there-insertion' sentences behaves in
some ways, but not all ways, like a subject and a topicalized post-verbal NP
behaves in some ways, but not all ways, like a direct object. In other languages
(e. g. those of the Austronesian family) it is in general very difficult to
attach grammatical relation labels consistently to particular structures.
Furthermore, languages differ in terms of which syntactic categories partake in
a particular grammatical relation (e. g. in some languages a subject must be an
NP/DP, while in others a wide variety of categories can take the subject role).
The purpose of this workshop is to explore all aspects of the relationship
between grammatical forms and grammatical relations. We invite abstracts for 30
minute presentations that address any empirical or theoretical issues relevant
to this problem, from any theoretical perspective.
Abstract Submission: Abstracts should be submitted electronically to the
organizers by March 30, 2006: to Jong-Bok Kim
(jongbokkhu.ac.kr or jongbokkimgmail.com).
Message 2: The 2006 Milan Meeting
From: Sandro Zucchi <alessandro.zucchiunimi.it>
Subject: The 2006 Milan Meeting
Full Title: The 2006 Milan Meeting
Short Title: MM06
Date: 15-Jun-2006 - 17-Jun-2006
Location: Gargnano (Lake Garda), Italy
Contact Person: Sandro Zucchi
Meeting Email: alessandro.zucchiunimi.it
Web Site: http://filosofia.dipafilo.unimi.it/~zucchi/MM2006.html
Linguistic Field(s): Semantics
Call Deadline: 30-Apr-2006
The 2006 Milan Meeting will be hosted by the Università degli Studi di Milano
from June 15 to June 17, 2006 at Palazzo Feltrinelli in Gargnano, on lake Garda.
The Milan meeting is a formal semantics conference.
The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for formal semanticists and for
philosophers of language working on foundational issues in semantics to discuss
topics that are relevant for both groups. We accept abstracts on any area of
formal semantics and philosophy of language that fit this aim.
Submission of abstracts
The meeting will include 10 contributed talks of 30 minutes each (plus a
discussion of 15 minutes) and five invited talks of 45 minutes each (plus a
discussion of 15 minutes). People who want to contribute a talk are requested to
send an e-mail message to the following address:
The text of the message should specify the author's name, affiliation, postal
address, e-mail address and the title of the contribution. The message should
contain as an attachment an anonymous two page abstract (1000 words at most ) in
pdf or rtf format.
The deadline for submission of abstracts is April 30th, 2004.
Authors will be notified of acceptance by May 9th 2004.
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