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Message 1: STANFORD CHILD LANGUAGE RESEARCH FORUM

Date: Fri, 1 Nov 91 13:39:10 PST
From: Child Language Research Forum <clrfCsli.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: STANFORD CHILD LANGUAGE RESEARCH FORUM
 STANFORD CHILD LANGUAGE RESEARCH FORUM
 24rd Annual Meeting
 APRIL 3-5, 1992
KEYNOTE SPEAKER:
 Barbara Landau (University of California at Irvine)
 "Learning the Language of Space"
SPECIAL WORKSHOPS on:
 "Crosslinguistic Studies of Spatial Semantic Development"
 -- Melissa Bowerman (MPI) & Soonja Choi (CSUSD)
 "Speech Errors as Evidence in Acquisition"
 -- LouAnn Gerken & Jeri Jaeger (SUNY Buffalo)
CALL for PAPERS: The CLRF-92 Committee welcomes abstracts on any topic
within first language acquisition, from the deletion of /-l-/ in
clusters to crosslinguistic comparisons of questions, from the
influence of perception on language to the modularity of syntax, from
the forms of subordinate clauses to the pragmatics of greetings.
 ABSTRACTS should be no more than ONE PAGE long (preferably in
12-point font or type), with a title. Authors should send TEN COPIES,
plus a separate sheet with the author's NAME, ABSTRACT TITLE, MAILING
ADDRESS, EMAIL ADDRESS, and TELEPHONE NUMBER.
 DUE DATE (for receipt) is JANUARY 10, 1992.
 ADDRESS for Abstracts is:
 CLRF-92
 Department of Linguistics,
 Stanford University
 Stanford CA 94305-2150, USA
ENQUIRIES: email <clrfcsli.stanford.edu>; telephone 415 723-4284
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Message 2: Announcement Lexicon Workshop

Date: Fri, 1 Nov 91 14:28 GMT
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Subject: Announcement Lexicon Workshop
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 WORKSHOP ON LEXICAL SPECIFICATION AND LEXICAL INSERTION
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 Research Institute for Language and Speech
 University of Utrecht
 9 - 11 December 1991
 Location: Achter de Dom 22, room 0.01
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Monday December 9, 1991
9.00-10.00 Registration
10.00 - 11.00
 The extended projection of lexical information
 Jane Grimshaw (Brandeis)
11.00-11.45
 Aspect, argument structure and the by-phrase in Polish
 nominalizations
 Bozena Rozwadowska (Univ. of Wroclaw/Univ. of Utrecht)
11.45 - 12.30
 Aspectual Roles
 Carol Tenny (Univ. of Pittsburgh)
2.00 - 3.00
 On the structure of argument structure, - and its projection
 Hubert Haider (Univ. of Stuttgart)
3.00 - 3.45
 How lexical is argument structure? The case of activity
 verbs
 Angeliek van Hout (Tilburg Univ.)
4.00 - 4.45
 Classifying single argument verbs
 Malka Rappaport-Hovav (Bar Ilan Univ.) & Beth Levin
 (Northwestern Univ.)
4.45 - 5.30
 Lexical properties of ergativity
 Tanya Reinhart (Univ. of Tel Aviv/Univ. of Amsterdam)
 * * *
Tuesday December 10, 1991
9.30 - 10.30
 Projection and the lexical functional distinction
 M. Rita Manzini (Univ. College London)
10.30 - 11.15
 Lexical specification with variables
 Johan Kerstens (Univ. of Utrecht)
11.15 - 12.00
 On the storage, insertion, and form of phi-features
 Daniel Everett (Univ. of Pittsburgh)
1.30 - 2.30
 Lexical specification, functional specifiers
 Peggy Speas (Univ. of Massachusetts)
2.30 - 3.15
 Eliminating disjunction in lexical specification
 David Adger & Catrin Sian Rhys (Univ. of Edinburgh)
3.30 - 4.15
 External arguments
 Joost Zwarts (Univ. of Utrecht)
4.15 - 5.15
 Theta role assignment and the lexicon
 Edwin Williams (Princeton)
Drinks
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Wednesday December 11, 1991
9.30 - 10.30
 Adjectives and argument structure
 Hans Bennis (Univ. of Leiden)
10.30 -11.15
 Aspect and adjectival passives
 Anneke Groos (Univ. of Utrecht)
11.15 - 12.00
 Levels of representation and experiencer objects
 Frank Drijkoningen (Univ. of Utrecht)
1.30 - 2.30
 The grammar as incremental gestalts
 Lars Hellan (Univ. of Trondheim)
2.30 - 3.15
 Event structure, lexical coindexation, and control
 Johan Rooryck (Indiana Univ.)
3.30 - 4.15
 The semantic representation of denominal verbs
 Marie Labelle (UQAM)
4.15 - 5.15
 Principles of lexical projection
 Joseph Emonds (Univ. of Washington)
Alternate:
Extending prefix-verb combinations in Hungarian
Laszlo Maracz (Univ. of Groningen/ Niels Stensen Foundation)
 * * *
Registration fee:
regular: dfl 50 / $25 / students: dfl 35 / $17.50
"Achter de Dom", where the workshop will be held, is in the
centre of Utrecht, close to the Dom tower, around the corner
of "Trans 10", where the Research Institute is located.
More information available from:
Research Institute
for Language and Speech phone: 31-30-392006
University of Utrecht fax: 31-30-333380
Trans 10, 3512 JK Utrecht email: otslet.ruu.nl
The Netherlands otshutruu59.bitnet
 * * *
Some Hotel-information:
Inexpensive hotels, walking distance from the conference site.
Rates are approximate, in Dutch guilders (excl. tourist tax)
Hotel de Admiraal, tel (0)30-710253/fax (0)30 732418 (single 75-95;
 double 125-140) (15 min.)
Hotel Kay, tel. (0)30-712124/fax(030)-734058 (single 80-100;
 double 110-120) (5 min.)
Parkhotel tel. (0)30-516712 (single 50; double 75-90) (5 min.)
Hotel Domstad tel. (0)30-310131/322205 (single 50, double 65)
 (10 min.)
Hotel Ouwi tel. (0)30-716303 (single 50-70; double 70-90)
 (15 min.)
Less inexpensive:
Hotel IBIS Utrecht tel. (0)30-910366/fax (0)30-942066 (single 110;
 double 140) (10 min. by tram)
Hotel Pays Bas tel. (0)30-333321/fax (0)30-313169 (single 135;
 double 220) (5 min.)
Hotel Mitland tel. (0)30-715824/fax (0)30-719003 (single 110;
 double 145) (15 min. by bus)
Tourist information: VVV-Utrecht tel. (0)6-34034085 fax: (0)30-331417
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