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LINGUIST List 20.3016

Tue Sep 08 2009

Confs: Iranian, General Linguistics/France

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        1.    Pollet Samvelian, 3rd International Conference on Iranian Linguistics

Message 1: 3rd International Conference on Iranian Linguistics
Date: 07-Sep-2009
From: Pollet Samvelian <pollet.samvelianuniv-paris3.fr>
Subject: 3rd International Conference on Iranian Linguistics
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3rd International Conference on Iranian Linguistics
Short Title: ICIL3

Date: 11-Sep-2009 - 13-Sep-2009
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Pollet Samvelian
Contact Email: icil3univ-paris3.fr
Meeting URL:
http://ed268.univ-paris3.fr/monde_iranien/conferences/icil3/accueil.htm

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Language Family(ies): Iranian
Meeting Description:

After the two successful meetings of Leipzig (2005) and Hamburg (2007), the
Third International Conference on Iranian Linguistics (ICIL3) will be held on
September 11-13, 2009 at the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris. We
expressly solicit contributions from the full range of Iranian linguistics,
including formal theoretical perspectives, typological and functional
perspectives, diachronic and areal perspectives, sociolinguistics, computational
linguistics and language acquisition.

Friday 11 Sept. 09

8:00-9:00
Registration

9:00-9:15
Organisers:
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Chair: Pollet Samvelian

9:15-9:45
Darzi, Ali & Rezvan Motavalian (University Of Tehran)
Minimal Distance Principle and Obligatory Control in Persian

9:45-10:15
Pirooz, Mohammadreza (University Of Qom)
Finite Control in Persian

10:15-10:45
Famili, Neiloufar (University Of Nanterre - Modyco)
Semiproductive Constructions: The Case of Verb Islands in Persian

Break:
10:45-11:05

Chair: Richard Larson

11:05-11:35
Ciovarnache, Cristina (University Of Bucharest)
Inchoativity in Persian - A Typological Approach

11:35-12:05
Sedighi, Anousha (Portland State University)
Feel-Like Constructions and Intentionality in Persian

12:05-12:35
Bonami, Olivier & Pollet Samvelian (University Of Paris Sorbonne & University Of
Sorbonne Nouvelle)
The Diversity of Inflectional Periphrasis in Persian

Lunch:
12:35-14:00

Chair: Gholamhossein Karimi-Doostan

14:00-14:30
Naderi, Navid & Marc Van Oostendorp (University Of Leiden)
Reducing the Number of Farsi Epenthetic Consonants

14:30-15:00
Falahati, Reza (University Of Ottawa)
Consonant Cluster Simplification in Persian

15:00-15:30
Mehdi Beyraghdar, Razie & Ali Darzi (University Of Tehran)
Deletion of Preposition Be 'To' in Persian

Break:
15:30-15:50

Chair: Ali Darzi

15:50-16:20
Karimi-Doostan, Gholamhosein (University Of Kurdistan, Sanandaj)
Lexical Categories in Persian

16:20-16:50
Faghiri, Pegah (University Of Montreal)
Some Issues in the Morphological Analysis of Nominal Plurals in Persian

16:50-17:20
Ganjavi, Shadi & Karine Megerdoomian (California State University & Mitre)
D-Linked Wh-Phrases and Focus-Fronting in Persian

Break:
17:20-17:50

17:50-18:50
Larson, Richard (Stony Brook University, Ny)
Reverse Ezafe in DP and VP

Saturday 12 Sept. 09

Chair: Geoffrey Haig
9:15-9:45
Akbari, Mohsen & Reza Ghafar Sama (Tarbiat Modares University)
A Kurdish-Persian Bilingual Lost in the Labyrinth of Aphasia

9:45-10:15
Deravi, Farzaneh & Jean-Yves Dommergues (Paris 8-Saint Denis)
Bilingual Speech of Highly Proficient Persian-French Speakers

10:15-10:45
Stilo, Don (Max Planck Institute For Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig)
Some Key Isoglosses that Define the Iran-Araxes Linguistic Area and Its Subareas

Break:
10:45-11:05

Chair: Ludwig Paul

11:05-11:35
Paul, Daniel (University of Manchester)
Proximal and Distal Deixis in Iranian Taleshi

11:35-12:05
Gholami, Saloumeh (University Of Göttingen)
Definite Articles in Bactrian

12:05-12:35
Haig, Geoffrey (Kiel University)
On the Proposed Correlation between Discourse Pro-Drop and Fusional Pronominal
Case: Evidence from Iranian

Lunch:
12:35-14:00

Chair: Nicholas Sims-Williams

14:00-14:30
Korn, Agnes (University of Frankfurt)
Pronouns as Verbs, Verbs as Pronouns: Demonstratives and the Copula in Iranian

14:30-15:00
Paul, Ludwig (University Of Hamburg)
The Evolution of New Persian: A State-Of-The-Art Report

15:00-15:30
Lenepveu-Hotz, Agnès (École Pratique Des Hautes Études, Paris)
Survival of an Archaism: Mar... Râ in a Text of the 15th Century

Break:
15:30-15:50

Chair: Don Stilo

15:50-16:20
Ganjavi, Shadi (California State University)
On the Direct Objects in Modern Persian

16:20-16:50
Shirtz, Shahar (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
The Category of Object in Middle Persian

Break:
16:50-17:20

17:20-18:20
Sims-Williams, Nicholas (Soas, London)
Differential Object Marking in Bactrian

19:00
Dinner ''Le Bouillon Racine'' (3, Rue Racine, 75005 Paris)

Sunday 13 Sept. 09

Chair: Agnes Korn

9:15-9:45
Mirdehghan, Mahinnaz (Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran)
Optimality Theory & Unity in a Variety of Indo-Iranian Split Ergative Systems

9:45-10:15
Wendtland, Antje (University Of Göttingen)
The Emergence and Development of the Soghdian Perfect

10:15-10:45
Stump, Gregory & Andrew Hippisley (University Of Kentucky)
Valence Sensitivity in Pamirian Past-Tense Inflection: A Realizational Analysis

Break:
10:45-11:05

Chair: Gregory Stump

11:05-11:35
Erschler, David & Vitali Volk (Independent University of Moscow)
Puzzles of Digor Ossetic Negation

11:35-12:35
Lazard, Gilbert (Académie Des Inscriptions Et Belles-Lettres)
The Origin of the Persian Language

Lunch:
12:35-14:00

Chair: Antje Wendtland

14:00-14:30
Belyaev, Oleg & Arseniy Vydrin (Moscow State University and Institut of
Linguistic Studies, St. Petersbourg)
Syntax and Semantics of Ossetic Converbs

14:30-15:00
Grashchenkov, Pavel (Institute for Oriental Studies, Moscow)
Complex Predicates in Ossetian

15:00-15:30
Vydrin, Arseniy (Russian Academy Of Sciences, St Petersburg)
Counterfactual Mood in Ossetic

15:30-16:00
Lyutikova, Ekaterina & Sergei Tatevosov (Moscow State University)
The Clause Internal Left Edge: Exploring the Preverbal Position in Ossetian

16:00
Closing Session
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