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LINGUIST List 20.3966

Wed Nov 18 2009

Confs: Romance, Historical Ling, Ling Theories, Syntax, Phonolgy/France

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        1.    Haike Jacobs, Going Romance 2009

Message 1: Going Romance 2009
Date: 18-Nov-2009
From: Haike Jacobs <h.jacobslet.ru.nl>
Subject: Going Romance 2009
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Going Romance 2009

Date: 03-Dec-2009 - 05-Dec-2009
Location: Nice, France
Contact: Twan Geerts
Contact Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Phonology; Syntax

Language Family(ies): Romance

Meeting Description:

Going Romance is the European conference series that focuses on Romance languages from the perspective of current linguistic theorizing. In the two decades of its existence, it has developed into the major European discussion forum for theoretically relevant research on Romance languages where current ideas about language in general and about Romance languages in particular are discussed. This year, for the first time, the conference is really going Romance and will be held in Nice, France. Organized by the Radboud University Nijmegen and the Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, it will take place in the Maison du Séminaire, 3-5 December 2009.

This year's invited speakers will be:

-Donca Steriade
-Luigi Rizzi
-Anne Zribi-Hertz

The conference lasts for three days, with two days for the general session.

Thursday December 3rd

9:00 – 9:15
Opening

Jean-Marc Lardeaux, Vice-Président à la Recherche de l'Université Nice

Jean-Yves Boursier, Doyen de la Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines de l'Université de Nice

9:15 – 10:10
Key-note speaker: Anne Zribi-Hertz, French DPs without Lexical Nouns: Reopening the CELUI File.

Session A: Syntax; Session B: Psycholinguistics

10:10 – 10:45
A) Isabel Pérez-Jiménez and Norberto Moreno-Quibén, The Boundary between Coordination and Subordination. Free Exceptives in Spanish

B) Armanda Costa, Gabriela Matos and Paula Luegi, Anaphoric Relations Processing Involving Subject Gaps in European Portuguese

10:45 – 11:20
A) Geoffrey Poole, Focus and the Development of N-Words in Spanish

B) Francesca Filiaci, Anaphoric Reference of Null and Overt Subject Pronouns in Italian and Spanish

Break

Session A: Syntax; Session B: Acquisition

11:40 – 12:15
A) Anna Gavarró and Silvia Martínez-Ferreiro, Cartography and Agrammatic Syntactic Production in Ibero-Romance

B) Virginia Hill and Mihaela Pirvulescu, Syncretism in the Pragmatic Field in First Language Acquisition

12:15 – 12:50
A) Mercedes Pujalte, Conditions on the Introduction of Non Core Arguments: the Case of the Dative Alternation in Spanish

B) Katérina Palasis, From Morphological Affixes to Syntactic Arguments: What Forces Children to Reinterpret Nominative French Clitics

Lunch

Session A: Syntax; Session B: Phonology

14:00 – 14:35
A) Daniel Valois, Heather Burnett and David-Etienne Bouchard, Degree Fronting in Québec French and the Syntactic Structure of Gradation Quantifier DPs

B) Clàudia Pons, The Left Edge of the Stem is a Prominent Position: Some Evidence from Majorcan and Alguerese Catalan

14:35 – 15:10
A) Anna Gazdik, Multiple Questions in French. An LFG Account

B) Tobias Scheer, Who is Afraid of Crazy Rules?

15:10 – 15:45
A) Lea Nash and Nora Boneh, The Syntax-pragmatic Interface: the Case of French Coreferential Datives

B) Judith Meinschaefer, Metrical Microvariation and Catalexis in Romance

Break

Session A: Syntax; Session B: Morphology

16:00 – 16:35
A) Federico Damonte, On the Variation of the Southern Calabrian Particle mu

B) Florence Villoing, Elena Soare and Karen Ferret, Affixal Rivalry between French -age and -ée : the Role of Grammatical Aspect in Nominalizations

16:35 – 17:10
A) Roberta D'Alessandro, Agreement without Order. Eccentric Agreement in Italo-Romance

B) Cosima Scholz, El pinchadiscos - Romance Verb Noun Compounds. Rules under Construction.

17:10 – 17:45
A) Artemis Alexiadou and Cinzia Campanini, Plural Determiners and the Occasional Construction in English and Italian

B) Mihaela Marchis, Compounding across Languages

17:45 – 18:20
A) Gabriela Bilbiie and Grégoire Winterstein, Contrast in Romanian Coordination: the Conjunction IAR

B) Valentina Papa, How Many Comparatives?


Friday December 4th

Session A: Syntax; Session B: Semantics

9:00 – 9:35
A) Ángel J. Gallego, P-Sequences in Romance

B) Alda Mari, The Polysemy of the Italian Future and Different Types of Knowledge

9:35 – 10:10
A) Martin Walkow, A Unified Analysis of the Person Case Constraint and 3-3-Effects in Barceloni Catalan

B) Elena Castroviejo and Laia Mayol, A Question of Misfortune

10:10 – 10:45
A) Andrea Tarantola and Valentina Papa, 'Past' is 'Irrealis' in Capeverdean Tenseless Sentences

B) Isabelle Charnavel, On the Distribution of même/différent in French and Temporal Pluractionality

10:45 – 11:20
A) Sonia Cyrino and Theresa Biberauer, Appearances are Deceptive: Jespersen's Cycle from the Perspective of the Romania Nova and Romance-BA

B) Fabienne Martin, Epistemic Modality in the Past

Break

Session A Syntax; Session B: Phonology

11:40 – 12:15
A) Eva-Maria Remberger and Ion Giurgea, Postverbal Subjects in Romance Null-Subjects Languages: Information-structural Conditions & Variation

B) Lucia Molinu and Franck Floricic, Impératifs Monosyllabiques et 'Contraintes de Minimalité'

12:15 – 12:50
A) Monica Irimia, Three Structural Positions for Resultative Secondary Predicates

B) Alexei Kochetov and Laura Colantoni, The Phonologization of Coarticulation

Lunch

14:00 – 14:55
Key-note speaker: Luigi Rizzi, TBA

Session A: Syntax; Session B: Acquisition

14:55 – 15:30

A) Javier Gutiérrez-Rexach and Sandro Sessarego, The Valuation of Gender Agreement in DP: Evidence from Afro-Bolivian Spanish

B) John Ryan, The Next Chapter in the Imperative Analog Hypothesis (IAH): A Case for
Agentivity versus Eventivity

15:30 – 16:05
A) Andrés Leandro Saab, On Verbal Duplication in River Plate Spanish. Anti-Adjacency and Head Copy Deletion

B) Joana Cerejeira, Asymmetries in the Acquisition of Root Subject and Object wh-questions: European Portuguese Data

Break

Syntax

16:20 – 16:55
Cedric Boeckx and Ángel J. Gallego, Cliticization and Agree Syntax

María Mare, Complex Verbal Heads in Latin: a Syntactic Approach

16:55 – 17:30
Gabriela Matos and Madalena Colaço, The Status of Conj in Parenthetical Coordination

Roberta D'Alessandro and Theresa Biberauer, The Structural Make-up of Feature Bundles: Insights from the Case of Angore

17:00 – 18:05
João Costa, Topic-prominence is not a Factor of Variation between Brazilian and European Portuguese

Artemis Alexiadou and Mihaela Marchis, Clitic Doubling of Indirect Objects: Two Types of Clitics and the Syntax of Clitic Doubling

Saturday December 5th

9:00 – 9:55
Key-note speaker: Jean-Philippe Dalbera, Contribution de la Dialectologie à la Sémantique Lexicale et à l'étymologie

9:55 – 10:30
Christine Meklenborg Salvesen, Remnant Movement in Old French

Tobias Scheer and Philippe Ségéral, A Unified Account for the Behavior of Gallo-Romance Glides in Strong Position

10:30 – 11:05
Anna Bartra-Kaufmann, Complex Predicates in Old Romance and Grammaticalization Processes

Michèle Oliviéri, Typology or Reconstruction: the Benefits of Dialectology for Diachronic Analysis

Break

11:25 – 12:20
Key-note speaker: Donca Steriade, Correspondence Theory vs. the Morphome: an Analysis of the Changes from Latin to Romance Agentive Nouns

12:20 – 12:55
Alexandru Nicolae and Adina Dragomirescu, Relics of Auxiliary Selection in Romanian

Leonardo Savoia and Rita Manzini, (Definite) Denotation and Case: Romance Historical Linguistics and Minimalist Theory

12:55 – 14:00
Lunch

14:00 – 14:35
Filomena Sandalo and Charlotte Galves, Changes in Clitic-placement in the History of European Portuguese: a case of Grammaticalization?

14:35 – 15:10
Silvia Regina Cavalcante and Maria Clara Paixão de Sousa, Subject Position and SE Constructions in the History of Portuguese

15:10 – 15:30
Break

15:30 – 16:05
Bernard Laks and Dominique Nouveau, Nasalization and Denasalization Processes in the History of French (with some Remarks on Romance Languages)

16:05 – 16:40
Heather Burnett, Semantic Effects of Syntactic Change: The Emergence of Polyadic Quantification in French


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