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Sun Nov 22 2009

Confs: Phonology, Semantics, General Ling/Spain

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        1.    Jonathan MacDonald, Conference of the Student Organisation of Linguistics of Europe

Message 1: Conference of the Student Organisation of Linguistics of Europe
Date: 20-Nov-2009
From: Jonathan MacDonald <jonathan.macdonalduab.cat>
Subject: Conference of the Student Organisation of Linguistics of Europe
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Conference of the Student Organisation of Linguistics of Europe
Short Title: ConSOLE


Date: 17-Dec-2009 - 19-Dec-2009
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Contact: Jonathan MacDonald
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://seneca.uab.cat/clt/ConsoleXVIII/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Phonology; Semantics

Meeting Description:

We are proud to announce that the Eighteenth Conference of the Student Organisation of Linguistics in Europe (ConSOLE XVIII) will take place at the Autonomous University of Barcelona from 17-19 December, 2009. The Conference will be hosted by the Centre de Lingüística Teòrica - Departament de Filologia Catalana - Departament de Filologia Espanyola.



Please send an e-mail including your name and affiliation to console18uab.cat by 8 December, 2009 if you plan on attendingConSOLE18. Registration fee is 20€, which includes conference materials and coffee breaks. Payment will be made on site. Conference dinner requires an additional payment.

Thursday - 17 December 2009

8:30-9:20
Registration

9:20-9:30
Welcoming remarks

9:30-10:30
Invited Speaker - John McCarthy (UMassachusetts, Amherst) ''Sources of Phonological Structure''

10:30-10:50
Coffee & Pastries

10:50-11:30
Tanja Temmerman (Leiden University [LUCL]), ''On the Syntax of Dutch and English Fragment Answers''

11:30-12:10
Neven Wenger (University of Frankfurt), ''Defective C and Finiteness''

12:10-12:50
Stefan Keine (Universität Leipzig), ''Intransitive Argument Encoding in Transitive Clauses: Phi-less Nominals in Nez Perce and Niuean''

12:50-15:00
Lunch

15:00-15:40
Francesc Torres-Tamarit (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), ''Split Palatal Nasals in Catalan: Evidence for the Features as Entities Approach within OT-CC''

15:40-16:20
Xiaoli Dong (Utrecht Institute of Linguistics), ''Hidden Phonotactic Knowledge of L2 Listeners''

16:20-16:40
Coffee break

16:40-17:20
Martin Walkow (University of Massachusetts Amherst), ''The Role of Indeterminacy in Licensing Inner Negation Polar Questions''

17:20-18:00
Anamaria Falaus, University of Nantes (LLING), ''On 'some' Singular Indefinites in Romance''

19:00
Reception

Friday - 18 December 2009

9:30-10:30
Invited Speaker - Joan Mascaró (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), ''Stress-dependent Vowel Harmony''

10:30-10:50
Coffee & Pastries

10:50-11:30
Eva Zimmermann (University of Leipzig), ''Non-concatenative Allomorphy as Argument Against Paradigmatic Realize Morpheme''

11:30-12:10
Eva Melkonyan (McGill University), “Understanding Phonologically Conditioned Allomorphy: an Armenian Case Study''

12:10-12:50
Islam Youssef, Universitetet i Tromsø (CASTL), ''Aspects of Dorsality in Baghdadi Arabic''

12:50-15:00
Lunch

15:00-15:40
Jorie Koster-Moeller (MIT) ''The Internal Composition of Modified Concealed Questions''

15:40-16:20
Aviad Eilam & Catherine Lai (University of Pennsylvania), ''Sorting Out the Implications of Questions''

16:20-17:00
Allison Kirk (Leiden University), ''Residual V2 in New Testament Greek Wh-questions''

17:00-17:20
Coffee Break

17:20-18:00
Bethany Lochbihler (McGill University), ''Licensing and Locality in Person Phenomena''

18:00-18:40
Andrea Márkus (Universitetet i Tromsø (CASTL), ''Mapping from 3 to 3: is it one-to-one?''

21:00
Conference dinner

Saturday - 19 December 2009

9:30-10:30
Invited Speaker - M. Teresa Espinal (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), ''Bare Nominals in Catalan and Spanish. Their Structure and Meaning''

10:30-10:50 Coffee & Pastries

10:50-11:30
Luka Crnic (MIT), ''Proportional Quantifiers and Partitivity''

11:30-12:10
Regine Brandtner (Stuttgart University), ''Events and their Results- Pragmatic Constraints on Copredication''

12:10-12:20
Short Break

12:20-13:00
Evangelia Leivada (University of Cyprus), ''(Lexical and Inner Aspect) in Greek Idioms''

13:00-13:40
Matthew Barros (Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey), ''Sluicing and the Distribution of the Brazilian Portuguese Null Copula''

13:40-16:30
Extended lunch & Poster Session (See below)

16:30-17:10
William Dalton (McGill University), ''Covert Phonetics, Overt Phonology: Findings from Child Consonant Harmony''

17:10-17:50
Ronny Keulen (University of Leuven), ''A Broader View on Phonological Change in a Limburgian Dialect''

17:50-18:10
Coffee break

18:10-19:10
Invited Speaker - Peter Svenonius (Universitetet i Tromsø, CASTL), TBA

19:10-20:20
ConSOLE Business Meeting

Poster Session (Saturday during an extended lunch)

Eva Dekany (Universitetet i Tromsø), ''Two Types of Postpositions in Hungarian''

Andreea Nicolae (Harvard University), ''Almost as a VP Modifier''

Kyle Duarte, ''The Mechanics of Fingerspelling: Analyzing Ethiopian Sign Language''

Walter Pedersen (McGill University), ''Degree Achievements and 'again'''

Gregory Scontras (Harvard University), ''Group Comparison: Evidence from Plural Superlatives''

Sandhya Sundaresan (University of Tromsø/Stuttgart), ''A Phase-based Account of the PRO/anaphor Distinction''

Andreas Blümel (Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main), ''Participial Constructions as Head Raising''

Hiroki Narita (Harvard University), ''Unbounded Iteration in Coordination and the Copy Theory of Movement''

Eva Dobler (McGill University), ''Morpho-phonological Effects of Cyclic Spell Out''

Benjamin Kratz (Universität Frankfurt), ''My Topic is D-linked''

Maia Duguine (EHU/UPV & Université de Nantes), ''Towards a Unique Account of Pro-drop''

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