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LINGUIST List 20.53

Wed Jan 07 2009

Confs: General Linguistics/Slovenia

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        1.    Lanko Marusic, ConSOLE XVII


Message 1: ConSOLE XVII
Date: 07-Jan-2009
From: Lanko Marusic <console.XVIIgmail.com>
Subject: ConSOLE XVII
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ConSOLE XVII

Date: 16-Jan-2009 - 18-Jan-2009
Location: Nova Gorica, Slovenia
Contact: Lanko Marusic
Contact Email: console.XVIIgmail.com
Meeting URL: http://www.ung.si/~jezik/console/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

ConSOLE is the annual conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in
Europe (SOLE). Console is open to registered students worldwide. It provides a
forum for the coming generations of linguistics to present their research to an
international audience.

Friday, January 16th

08:30
Registration

09:10
Opening Remarks

09:30-10:30
Invited Speaker - Paul Hirschbühler (U of Ottawa), ''Explorations in the World
of Locative Alternation''

10:30-10:45
Coffee Break

10:45-12:45
Session I: Syntax

- Marijke De Belder (CRISSP Hubrussel & Utrecht U), ''On the Syntax of Titles''
- Julie Fadlon (Tel Aviv U), ''The Psychological Reality of Hidden Lexical
Entries: Evidence from Hebrew''
- Monica-Alexandrina Irimia (U of Toronto), ''Romanian Evidentiality''

12:45-14:00
Lunch

14:00-15:20
Session II: Semantics

- Luka Crni? (MIT), ''Accommodating Collectivity''
- Dafina Ratiu (LLING Nantes), ''Coordinated Questions vs. Matching Questions In
Romanian''

15:20-15:35
Coffee Break

15:35-17:35
Session III: Syntax

- Eefje Boef (Meertens Instituut), ''Long-Distance Relativization in Varieties
of Dutch''
- Tanja Temmerman (Leiden U), ''(Embedded) Left Dislocation, Reconstruction and
Operator Movement in Southern Dutch''
- Jorie Koster-Moeller (Pomona College), ''Internal DP Heads In Restrictive
Relative Clauses''

17:35
End of the first day activities

Saturday, January 17th

09:00-9:30
Coffee

09:30-10:50
Session IV: Syntax

- Ankelien Schippers (U of Groningen), ''Spelling Out Intermediate Copies''
- Shiti Malhotra (U of Maryland), ''Wh Movement in Hindi/Urdu''

10:50-11:05
Coffee Break

11-05-12:25
Session V: Syntax

- Susana Huidobro (Stony Brook U & U of the Basque Country), ''Datives: What
Galician and Spanish Can Tell Us''
- Txuss Martín (New York U), ''Deconstructing Dative Clitics''

12:25-13:45
Lunch

13:45-15:05
Session VI: Phonology

- Dániel Szeredi (Eötvös Loránd U), ''Possible Theoretical Relevance of
Subphonemic Vowel Reduction in Hungarian''
- Noam Faust & Nicola Lampitelli (Université Paris 7), ''How Vowels Point to
Syntactic Structure: Evidence from Hebrew and Italian''

15:05-15:20
Coffee Break

15:20-17:20
Session VII: Syntax

- Susannah Kirby (U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), ''A-Chains, Arguments,
and Maturation in Child Passives''
- Stefan Keine (Universität Leipzig), ''Constraining Impoverishment by
Markedness Scales''
- Víctor Acedo Matellán (Universitat De Barcelona), ''Adjectival Resultatives
Cross-Linguistically: A Morphophonological Account''

17:20-17:35
Coffee Break

17:35-18:35
Invited Speaker - John Harris (U College London), ''The Phonology of Being
Understood''

19:00
Reception/Party

Sunday, January 18th

09:00-9:30
Coffee

09:30-10:50
Session VIII: Syntax

- Anne Kjeldahl (U of Aarhus & U of Konstanz), ''Verbal Copying As a
Restructuring Effect''
- Mailin Ines Antomo (J.W. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt), ''Interpreting
Embedded Verb Second In German Adverbial Clauses''

10:50-11:00
Coffee Break

11:00-12:20
Session IX: Syntax

- Yuko Asada (Sophia U, Tokio), ''Against the Complex Predicate Analysis of
Secondary Predication''
- Mina Sugimura (Mcgill U), ''Root vs. N: A Study of Japanese Light Verb
Construction and Its Implications for Nominal Architecture''

12:20-12:30
Coffee Break

12:30-13:30
Invited Speaker - Richard K. Larson (Stony Brook U), ''The Nature of
'Attributive Markers'''

13:30
Conference Ends

Alternates:
- Gianina Iordachioaia (U of Stuttgart & U of Tübingen), ''Resumption of
Negative Quantifiers: Compositional or Not?''
- Doreen Georgi (Universität Leipzig), ''Codependencies in Argument Encoding''

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