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Sun Jan 20 2008

Confs: Morphology/UK

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Message 1: York-Essex Morphology Meeting 5
Date: 19-Jan-2008
From: Alexandra Galani <ag153york.ac.uk>
Subject: York-Essex Morphology Meeting 5
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York-Essex Morphology Meeting 5
Short Title: YEMM5

Date: 09-Feb-2008 - 10-Feb-2008
Location: York, United Kingdom
Contact: Alexandra Galani
Contact Email: ag153york.ac.uk
Meeting URL: http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~yemm

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology

Meeting Description:

YEMM was founded in 2003 by Alexandra Galani and Ryo Otoguro, who were then PhD
students at the University of York and the University of Essex, respectively. It
aims at giving the opportunity for informal discussion of a variety of issues in
morphology. The meeting is a place to exchange ideas from different theoretical
perspectives and familiarise people, particularly students, with different
frameworks. For these purposes, we invite specialists from various frameworks
working on morphology-related research topics. We also have a number of student
presentations. Previous meetings, held alternately at York and Essex, were very
successful. Everyone sharing the same interests is welcome to join us!

Saturday, 9th February 2008

1.00-1.15
Registration

1.15-1.30
Opening

1.30-2.00
Theodore Marinis (University of Reading)
Measuring on-line processing of morphology: the self-paced listening and picture
verification task

2.00-2.30
Lior Laks (Tel-Aviv University)
Defective paradigms in derivational morphology: Hebrew valence changing

2.30-3.00
Antonio Fabregas (CASTL-Universitetet i Tromsoe)
Category-changing operations: The source of nominal features in event
nominalisations

3.00-3.30
Coffee/Tea Break

3.30-4.00
Paolo Acquaviva (University College Dublin/Universitaet Konstanz)
Roots and lexical in Distributed Morphology

4.00-4.30
Nicola Grandi (Universit`a degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca)
Restrictions on Italian verbal evaluative suffixes: The role of aspect and
actionality

4.30-5.00
Gergana Popova (Goldsmiths College)
Features in periphrastic constructions

Dinner

Sunday, 10th February 2008

9.30-10.00
Anna Kibort (University of Surrey)
The feature of tense at the interface of morphology and semantics

10.00-10.30
Peter Sells (SOAS)
Morphology and the clausal force in Imperatives: Evidence from Italian

10.30-11.00
Ryo Otoguro (Fukui Prefectural University)
Multiple paradigmatic structure and lexemic relations

11.00-11.30
Coffee/Tea Break

11.30-12.00
George Tsoulas (University of York)
Number and the S-mass O-mass distinction

12.00-12.30
Jesse Tseng (CNRS, CLLE-ERSS (Toulouse))
Adjectival inflection in Dutch

12.30-1.00
Andrew Koontz-Garboden (University of Manchester) and Itamar Francez (Yale
University)
Possession and property concepts in Ulwa

1.00-2.00
Lunch Break

2.00-2.30
Noam Faust (Paris 7 University)
Meaningful vowels: The syntax of vocalic patterns in Hebrew nouns

2.30-3.00
Jelena Vujik (University of Belgrade)
Inflection seen from a word-formation perspective: Not that impossible

3.00-3.30
Olga Borik (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
Morphology-semantics interface: Dealing with aspect

3.30-3.45
Closing

For information regarding registration, please, visit:
http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~yemm/registration.html

YEMM5 is sponsored by the LAGB


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