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Sun Jul 12 2009

Confs: Semantics, Syntax/France

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        1.    Olivier Bonami, Colloque de Syntaxe et Sémantique à Paris

Message 1: Colloque de Syntaxe et Sémantique à Paris
Date: 10-Jul-2009
From: Olivier Bonami <infocssp.cnrs.fr>
Subject: Colloque de Syntaxe et Sémantique à Paris
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Colloque de Syntaxe et Sémantique à Paris
Short Title: CSSP 2009

Date: 23-Sep-2009 - 25-Sep-2009
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Alda Mari
Contact Email: infocssp.cnrs.fr
Meeting URL: http://www.cssp.cnrs.fr/cssp2009/index_en.html

Linguistic Field(s): Semantics; Syntax

Meeting Description:

CSSP 2009
September 23-25
Paris - Sorbonne

The eighth Syntax and Semantics Conference in Paris (CSSP 2009) will take place
on September 23-25, 2009 at Université Paris-Sorbonne.

CSSP 2009
Huitieme Colloque de Syntaxe et Semantique a Paris
September 23-25, 2009
Universite Paris-Sorbonne, Centre Malesherbes
108 boulevard Malesherbes, Paris 17e France

Invited Speakers
Chris Barker (New York)
Robert Borsley (Essex)
Lisa Matthewson (Vancouver)
Alain Rouveret (Paris)

Program

Wednesday September 23

9h-9h15 Opening

9h15-10h15 Invited speaker: Alain Rouveret (Paris 7)

10h15-10h55 Isabelle Charnavel (UCLA & ENS)
Le Possessif son Propre en Français

10h55-11h25 Coffee break

11h25-12h05 Ingo Mittendorf & Louisa Sadler (Essex)
Welsh Prenominals and the Syntax-Morphology Interface

12h05-12h45 Olga Kagan (Jerusalem) & Asya Pereltsvaig (Stanford)
Syntax and Semantics of Bare NPs: Objects of na-sja Verbs in Russian

12h45-14h30 Lunch break

14h30-15h10 Bjarne Ørsnes (Berlin)
Nonfinite Do-Support and the Structure/Function Association

15h10-15h50 Martin Salzmann (Konstanz)
On a Movement Paradox in Verb Projection Raising

15h50-16h20 Coffee break

16h20-17h Fabiola Henri & Frédéric Laurens (Paris 7)
La Complémentation des Verbes à Montée et à Contrôle en Mauricien

17h-17h40 Wataru Uegaki (Tokyo)
Attitudes de se and 'Nearly Free' Control

18h30 Réception at the Sorbonne

Thursday September 24

9h-10h Invited speaker: Chris Barker (NYU)
Linear Implicature and Free Choice Permission

10h-10h40 Fritz Hamm & Torgrin Solstad (Stuttgart)
Reambiguating: On the Non-Monotonicity of Disambiguation

10h40-11h10 Coffee break

11h10-11h50 Kyle Rawlins (John Hopkins)
What if?

11h50-12h30 Alexander Letuchiy (Moscow)
Russian Vzaimo Reciprocals and Unaccusativity

12h30-14h30 Lunch break

14h30-15h30 Invited speaker: Lisa Matthewson (U. of British Columbia)
On Non-Modal Evidentials

15h30-16h10 Jungmee Lee (Ohio State)
Evidentiality and Temporality: A Case Study of -te in Korean

16h10-16h40 Coffee break

16h40-17h20 Daniel Gutzmann & Elena Castroviejo Miró (Frankfurt)
The Dimensions of VERUM

17h20-18h Cornelia Ebert (Osnabrück)
Speech-accompanying Iconic Gestures - A Treatment as Conventional Implicatures

18h-18h40 Malte Zimmermann & Heiner Drenhaus (Potsdam)
How Exhaustive are You? An ERP Study on it-Clefts, Only-Foci, and Scalar Implicature

Friday September 25

9h-10h Invited speaker: Robert Borsley (Essex)
Constructions, Functional Heads, and Comparative Correlatives

10h-10h40 Gabi Danon (Bar Ilan U.)
Agreement with Quantified Nominals: Implications for Feature Theory

10h40-11h10 Coffee break

11h10-11h50 Clemens Mayr (Harvard)
Focus Licensing on Binding Chains

11h50-12h30 Nicolas Guilliot (Toronto)
Reconstruire les Relatives Fonctionnelles... ou pas

12h30-14h30 Lunch break

14h30-15h10 Guillaume Thomas (MIT)
Incremental Comparison

15h10-15h50 Yusuke Kubota (Ohio State)
Phrasal Comparatives in Japanese: A Measure Function-Based Analysis

15h50-16h20 Coffee break

16h20-17h Lucas Champollion (UPenn & Xerox PARC) & Uli Sauerland (Stanford & ZAS
Berlin)
Move and Accommodate: A Solution to Higginbotham's Puzzle

17h-17h40 Doris Penka (Konstanz) & Arnim von Stechow (Tübingen)
Phrasal Before/After

For More Information:

Website: http://www.cssp.cnrs.fr/cssp2009/
Email: infocssp.cnrs.fr
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