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LINGUIST List 19.1201

Wed Apr 09 2008

Confs: Germanic, Syntax/UK

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Message 1: 23rd Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop
Date: 09-Apr-2008
From: Peter Ackema <packemaling.ed.ac.uk>
Subject: 23rd Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop
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23rd Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop
Short Title: CGSW 23

Date: 12-Jun-2008 - 13-Jun-2009
Location: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Contact: Peter Ackema
Contact Email: cgsw23ling.ed.ac.uk
Meeting URL: http://lel.ed.ac.uk/events/cgsw23/

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax

Language Family(ies): Germanic
Meeting Description:

The 23rd Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop (CGSW 23), held at the University
of Edinburgh, June 12-13, 2008.

The 23rd Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop

University of Edinburgh, 12-13 June 2008

Venue: Lecture Theatre 183, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh

Wednesday 11 June

19:30
Pre-workshop get-together in the Meadows Bar, 42-44 Buccleuch Street

Thursday 12 June

09.00 - 09.30
Registration (Lorimer Room, Old College)

09.30 - 10.10
Theresa Biberauer (University of Cambridge)
Locating Afrikaans in Jespersen's Cycle: A Comparative Investigation

10.10 - 10.50
Agnes Jaeger and Doris Penka (University of Frankfurt / University of Tübingen)
Development of Sentential Negation in the History of German

Break

11.10 - 11.50
Marijke De Belder (University College Brussels)
The Morphosyntax of Kinds and Units in Germanic

11.50 - 12.30
Dorian Roehrs and Michael T. Putnam (University of North Texas / Carson-Newman
College)
Demonstrative Reinforcers

Lunch

13.30 - 14.10
Björn Lundquist and Gillian Ramchand (University of Tromsø)
Verbs of Contact in English, Swedish and German

14.10 - 14.50
Christer Platzack (University of Lund)
Cross Linguistic Variation in the Realm of Support Verbs

Break

15.10 - 15.50
Volker Struckmeier (University of Cologne)
Attributive Constructions in German(ic): Phase Structures in Small Packages

15.50 - 16.30
Patricia Cabredo Hofherr (University of Paris 8)
German and French Preposition + Determiner Contractions at the Syntax-Morphology
Interface

Break

17.00 - 18.00
Invited speaker: Edwin Williams (Princeton)
Derivation and Mirror Effects

Dinner

Friday 13 June

09.00 - 09.40
Pavel Caha (University of Tromsø)
The Directional-Locative Alternation in German and Dutch

09.40 - 10.20
Thórhallur Eythórsson (University of Iceland)
The New Passive in Icelandic: Variation and Diachrony

Break

10.40 - 11.20
Klaus Abels and Luisa Martí (UCL / University of Tromsø)
German Negative Indefinites are Semantically Negative

11.20 - 12.00
Hedde Zeijlstra (University of Amsterdam)
Not in the First Place

Lunch

13.00 - 13.40
Theresa Biberauer and Ian Roberts (University of Cambridge)
Phases, Word Order and Types of Clausal Complements in West Germanic Languages

13.40 - 14.20
Tanja Temmerman (University of Leiden)
The Copy Spell Out Analysis of Contrastive Left Dislocation Revisited - Evidence
from Southern Dutch Dialects

Break

14.40 - 15.20
Elena Anagnostopoulou (University of Crete)
Weak Pronouns and the Person Case Constraint: A Case Study of German

15.20 - 16.00
Lobke Aelbrecht (University College Brussels)
Dutch Modal Complement Ellipsis and English VPE

Break

16.30 - 17.30
Invited speaker: Susi Wurmbrand (University of Connecticut)
TBA


Alternates:

1. Agnieszka Pysz and Bartosz Wiland (University of Poznan)
Linearizing Strict VO/OV: An Interaction between Head Government and FOFC

2. Marlies Kluck and Mark de Vries (University of Groningen)
The Interaction of Right Node Raising and Extraposition in Germanic Languages

For more information visit the conference website at
http://www.ling.ed.ac.uk/events/cgsw23/



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