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LINGUIST List 20.4008

Sun Nov 22 2009

Confs: Phonology, Syntax, Morphology, General Ling/Spain

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        1.    Jonathan MacDonald, Workshop on Formal Approaches to the Phonology-Morphology-Syntax Interfaces

Message 1: Workshop on Formal Approaches to the Phonology-Morphology-Syntax Interfaces
Date: 20-Nov-2009
From: Jonathan MacDonald <jonathan.macdonalduab.cat>
Subject: Workshop on Formal Approaches to the Phonology-Morphology-Syntax Interfaces
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Workshop on Formal Approaches to the Phonology-Morphology-Syntax Interfaces

Date: 16-Dec-2009 - 16-Dec-2009
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Contact: Clàudia Pons
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://seneca.uab.cat/clt/ConsoleXVIII/workshop.html

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Morphology; Phonology; Syntax

Meeting Description:

Investigation of interface phenomena, be it phonology-morphology, phonology-syntax, or morphology-syntax, has a central position in linguistic inquiry. Interface investigations are not only important for discovering the nature of the interfaces themselves, but also for illuminating properties of the interfacing domains that might otherwise remain obscure. Moreover, an integration of the results of studies of distinct interfaces offers the potential for a higher level understanding of the nature of a linguistic interface, an abstraction that can very well contribute to a deeper understanding of the organization of the faculty of language.

Please send an e-mail including your name and affiliation to console18uab.cat by 8 December, 2009 if you plan on attending the workshop on Formal approaches to the phonology-morphology-syntax interfaces. Registration is free.

Wednesday – 16 December 2009

10:00-10:30
Welcome

10:30-11:30
Invited Speaker - Eulàlia Bonet & Maria-Rosa Lloret (Univesritat Autònoma de Barcelona & Universidad de Barcelona), “Rescuing Phonology through Morphology”

11:30-11:45
Coffee & Pastries

11:45-12:30
Ricado Bermúdez-Otero & Ana Luís (University of Manchester & Universidade de Coimbra), “Morphosyntactic Conditioning in Phonology: Cyclic Domains vs Prosodic Spans”

12:30-13:15
Antonio Fábregas (IS/CASTL-Universitetet i Tromsø), “The Morphology-syntax Connection: Phrasal Spell Out and Allomorphy”

13:15-15:00
Lunch

15:00-16:00
Invited Speaker - Cedric Boeckx (ICREA/Center for Theoretical Linguistics - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), “What Happens when Syntax Faces the Sensori-motor Systems, Phylogenetically and Ontogenetically”

16:00-16:15
Coffee Break

16:15-17:00
Antje Lahne (University of Konstanz), “Serial Probe Impoverishment”

17:00-17:45
Hiroki Narita & Bridget Samuels (Harvard University), “The H-alpha Schema and Phonological Derivation by Phase”

17:45-17:55
Short Break

17:55-18:55
Invited Speaker - Kleanthes Grohmann (University of Cyprus), “Studies on Interface Conditions: Anti-Locality in Grammar”

Alternates:

1st Susagna Tubau (Universitat de Vic), “Negative Concord in Standard English and the Syntax-morphology interface”

2nd Fabio Montermini (CLLE-ERSS, CNRS & Université de Toulouse), “A Realizational Analysis of Italian Verb Inflection”

3rd Terje Lohndal & Bridget Samuels (University of Maryland & Harvard University), “The Edges of the Syntax-Phonology Interface”


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