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Mon Nov 26 2007
FYI: Proceedings 4th Workshop on Discourse Structure
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Proceedings 4th Workshop on Discourse Structure
Message 1: Proceedings 4th Workshop on Discourse Structure
From: Richard Meier <rmeiermail.utexas.edu>
Subject: Proceedings 4th Workshop on Discourse Structure
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The Department of Linguistics at The University of Texas at Austin is
pleased to announce that on-line proceedings for the 4th Workshop on
Discourse Structure (March 3-5, 2006) are now available at:
The following papers are posted:
Barker, Chris. Grammaticized Metadiscourse.
Bhatt, Rajesh. Relativizing in Space and Time.
Caudal, Patrick. Aspectual Classes of Tenses and the Semantics/Pragmatics
Interface -- a SDRT Investigation.
Lambrecht, Knud & Ross-Hagebaum, Sebastian. Apo Koinou and Intrusion.
Toward a Syntactic-Pragmatic Typology of Amalgam Constructions in Spoken
Nishida, Chiyo. Expressing Subjectivity: A Case Study on the Spanish Clitic
se and the Japanese Auxiliary Verb shimau.
Portner, Paul. The Nature of Imperative Force in Imperative Subtypes.
Roberts, Craige. Only and Conventional Presupposition.
Smith, Carlota. Discourse Modes Across Languages.
Wechsler, Steve. Having a Topic, Wanting a Focus.
Alexis Palmer and Elias Ponvert designed the web site for the proceedings.
The 4th Workshop on Discourse Structure was one of a series of small
conferences that were hosted by Professor Carlota S. Smith during her many
years on the faculty of the Department of Linguistics at UT Austin. To
visit the memorial web site that the department has created to remember
Carlota, please go to:
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Semantics
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