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Mon Feb 05 2007

Confs: Morphology/UK

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Message 1: York-Essex Morphology Meeting 4
Date: 31-Jan-2007
From: Alexandra Galani <ag153york.ac.uk>
Subject: York-Essex Morphology Meeting 4


York-Essex Morphology Meeting 4
Short Title: YEMM 4

Date: 10-Feb-2007 - 11-Feb-2007
Location: Essex, United Kingdom
Contact: Kakia Chatsiou
Contact Email: achatsessex.ac.uk, murgelessex.ac.uk
Meeting URL: http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~yemm/

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology

Meeting Description:

We are pleased to announce that the fourth York-Essex Morphology Meeting (YEMM4)
will be taking place on the 10th-11th of February, at the University of Essex (UK).

YEMM aims at bringing together research in morphology from a variety of
theoretical perspectives, including Distributed Morphology, Head-Driven Phrase
Structure Grammar, Lexical Functional Grammar, Minimalism, Network Morphology
and Paradigm Function Morphology. We encourage lively discussion, learning, and
sharing of ideas, with the intention of promoting new interdepartmental
collaborations. Our invited speakers are both linguists with a distinguished
reputation and PhD students engaged in research in morphology. Proceedings of
the meeting will be published by Essex Research Reports in Linguistics.

Saturday, 10th February 2007

11.30-11.40 Opening

11.40-12.20 Andrew Spencer (University of Essex) and Ana Luis
(University of Coimbra) ''On the definition
of 'word', 'clitics' and 'affixes' -a polyphonic
approach''

12.20-13.00 Harald Clahsen (University of Essex)
''How the brain responds to morphologically complex
words''

13.00-14.00 Lunch Break

14.00-14.40 Andrew Spencer and Caity Taylor (University of Essex)
''Maximising stems''

14.40-15.20 Ingo Mittendorf (University of Essex)
''Welsh Initial Mutations and the Welsh ParGram Grammar''

15.20-15.40 Coffee/Tea Break

15.40-16.20 Ian Cunnings and Harald Clahsen (University of Essex)
''English Word Formation: The Time-Course of
Morphological Constraints.''

16.20-17.00 Joao Marques Verissimo and Harald Clahsen (University of
Essex) ''Stems and rules: a dual-mechanism model of stem-
formation in Portuguese verbs''

Dinner

Sunday, 11th February 2007

10.00-10.40 Ad Neeleman and Kriszta Szendroi (University College
London) ''Radical Pro drop and the Morphology of
Pronouns''

10.40-11.20 Alexandra Galani and George Tsoulas (University of York)

11.20-11.40 Coffee/Tea Break

11.40-12.20 Mary Dalrymple (University of Oxford), Helge Dyvik
(University of Bergen) and Louisa Sadler (University of
Essex) ''Gender Resolution in coordination and
disjunction''

12.20-13.00 Koji Kawahara (University of York)
''On NPIs in Deletion''

13.00-14.00 Lunch Break

14.00-14.40 Alexandra Galani (University of York)
''Notes on the inflectional categories in Vlahika''

14.40-15.20 Melanie Bell (University of Cambridge)

15.20-15.40 Coffee/Tea Break

15.40-16.20 Matt Chermside (University of Essex)
''A computational treatment of Case Stacking in
Kayardild''

16.20-16.30 Closing

Registration

Registration for YEMM is completely free, but if you are planning to attend
please let the YEMM committee know until Tuesday 6th February 2007 at the very
latest, by emailing the local organisers, Kakia Chatsiou (achatsessex.ac.uk)
and Miriam Urgelles Coll (murgelessex.ac.uk).
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