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LINGUIST List 20.2164

Sun Jun 14 2009

Confs: Hungarian, General Linguistics/Hungary

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        1.    György Rákosi, International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian

Message 1: International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian
Date: 12-Jun-2009
From: György Rákosi <rakosigyhotmail.com>
Subject: International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian
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International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian
Short Title: ICSH9


Date: 30-Aug-2009 - 01-Sep-2009
Location: Debrecen, Hungary
Contact: György Rákosi
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://icsh9.unideb.hu/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Hungarian

Meeting Description:

The International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian is a meeting
organized biannually for linguists working on or having an interest in any
linguistically relevant aspect of the Hungarian language.

The 9th International Conference on the Structure of Hungarian will be held in
Debrecen from 30th August to 1st September, 2009.

Registration is now open at http://icsh9.unideb.hu
Please note that early registration will close on 31 July, 2009.

Further information about ICSH9 is availabe at our website at
http://icsh9.unideb.hu

ICSH9 Program

Sunday, 30 August 2009

10:00 Registration

10:30-10:40 Opening

10:40-11:20 Péter Rácz and Márton Sóskuthy
The Effects of Frequency and Morphological Complexity on Aphasic Speech
Production

11:20-12:00 Márta Peredy
A Stochastic Optimality Theoretic Account for the Variation in Hungarian Object
Agreement

14:00-14:50 Invited talk - Anikó Csirmaz
Scales, Verbs and Verbal Prefixes

14:50-15:30 David I. Beaver and Edgar Onea
Hungarian Focus is not Exhausted

15:30-16:10 Balázs Surányi
A Modular Account of Hungarian Focus Movement

16:30-17:10 Ágnes Bende-Farkas and Hans Kamp
Focus, Negation and N-words in Hungarian

17:10-17:50 Csaba Olsvay
Focus and Negation in Hungarian: Some Problems and the Idea of VP-Movement

Monday, 31 August 2009

9:20-10:10 Invited talk - Valéria Csépe and Ferenc Honbolygó
Template or Saliency? Processing of Suprasegmental Cues by the Human Brain

10:10-10:50 Shinichiro Ishihara and Barbara Ürögdi
The Syntax-Prosody Interface and Sentential Complementation in Hungarian

11:10-11:50 Sylvia Blaho and Dániel Szeredi
(The Non-Existence of) Secondary Stress in Hungarian

11:50-12:30 Stephen Grimes
Syllable Structure and Phoneme Distribution in Hungarian

14:00-14:50 Invited talk - Christopher Piñón
Result States in Hungarian

14:50-15:30 Ágnes Bende-Farkas
Control Resultatives in Hungarian

15:30-16:10 György Rákosi
Reflexivity Marking in Hungarian PPs

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

9:00-9:50 Invited talk - Kriszta Szendrői
Focus Movement is Wh-Movement?

9:50-10:30 Judit Gervain
The Input to Language Acquisition: The Analysis of the Statistical Properties
of Infant-Directed Speech in Hungarian and Italian

10:30-11:10 Bence Kas and Ágnes Lukács
Focus Interpretation in Typical and Atypical Acquisition of Hungarian

11:20-12:10 Poster session
Tibor Laczkó
Arguments for the Argument Structure of Relational Nouns

Mária Gósy and Robert Vago
A Case of Grounded Compensatory Lengthening in Hungarian

Beáta Gyuris and Cecília Molnár
The Interpretation of Hungarian focus in Bidirectional Optimality Theory

Ildikó Tóth
The Licensing and Interpretation of Non-Referential Subjects in Hungarian

Casper de Groot
Oriented Adjuncts in Hungarian: Typology and Problems for Linguistic Theory

László Hunyadi and Anett Ragó
Experimental Evidence for Inherent Grouping in Preschool Children

Ildikó Hoffmann, Dezső Németh, Laura Szél, Tamás Irinyi, Magdolna Pákáski and
János Kálmán
Verbal Working Memory and the Role of the Phonological Loop in Alzheimer's
Disease

13:40-14:20 Mária Gósy and Catherine Ringen
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About VOT in Hungarian

14:20-15:00 Péter Rebrus and Miklós Törkenczy
Dialectal Variation in Paradigm Structure in Hungarian

15:00-15:40 Jutta Hartmann and Veronika Hegedűs
Equation is Predication: Evidence from Hungarian

16:00-16:40 Andrea Márkus
What Passes for a Passive? An Investigation of Passive Participles in Hungarian

16:40-17:20 Gergely Pethő and Éva Lányi
On Indirect Causativisation in Hungarian and the Indispensability of an Active
Lexicon

17:20-18:00 Huba Bartos
Hungarian External Causatives: Monoclausal but Bi-Eventive

Alternates

Tibor Laczkó
Arguments for the Argument Structure of Relational Nouns

Mária Gósy and Robert Vago
A Case of Grounded Compensatory Lengthening in Hungarian

Katalin É. Kiss
A Type of Optative Construction

Gábor Alberti
Genericity in Hungarian

Beáta Gyuris and Cecília Molnár
The interpretation of Hungarian focus in Bidirectional Optimality Theory


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