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LINGUIST List 21.1529

Tue Mar 30 2010

Confs: Slavic, Semantics, Syntax/Poland

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        1.    Krzysztof Migdalski, GLOW Workshop on Slavic Syntax and Semantics

Message 1: GLOW Workshop on Slavic Syntax and Semantics
Date: 29-Mar-2010
From: Krzysztof Migdalski <krzysz75yahoo.com>
Subject: GLOW Workshop on Slavic Syntax and Semantics
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GLOW Workshop on Slavic Syntax and Semantics

Date: 13-Apr-2010 - 13-Apr-2010
Location: Wroclaw, Poland
Contact: Jacek Witkos
Contact Email: wjacekamu.edu.pl
Meeting URL: http://www.ifa.uni.wroc.pl/~glow33

Linguistic Field(s): Semantics; Syntax

Language Family(ies): Slavic Subgroup
Meeting Description:

Slavic Syntax and Semantics Workshop
Date: 13 April 2010
Organiser: Jacek Witko?
Invited Speaker: Zeljko Boskovi?
Venue: Instytut Filologii Angielskiej, ul. Kuznicza 22, 50-138 Wroclaw

Tuesday 13 April
GLOW Workshop on Slavic Syntax and Semantics
Wroclaw University, Poland

Attention all speakers and participants: please register at:

http://www.ifa.uni.wroc.pl/~glow33/registration.html

Programme:

8:30
Opening

9:00
Invited speaker: ?eljko Bo?kovi? (University of Connecticut): Phases Beyond Clauses

10:00
Irina Agafonova (Michigan State University): On Syntax?semantics of Gapping
Constructions in Russian

11:00
Coffee Break

11:30
Natalia Fitzgibbons (University of Connecticut): Russian nibud' Series and
Quantifier Raising

12:30
Hakyung Jung & Heejong Ko (Seoul National University): Russian Existentials,
Edge Effects and Cyclic Linearisation

13:30
Lunch Break

15:00
Dorothee Fehrmann, Uwe Junghanns, & Denisa Lenertov√° (University of
Leipzig/University of Goetingen/University of Leipzig): Reflexive Marking and
Oblique Agents

16:00
Roumyana Pancheva & Barbara Tomaszewicz (University of Southern California):
Experimental Evidence for the Syntax of Phrasal Comparatives in Polish

17:00
Coffee Break

17:30
Andrea Tarantola & Antonio Civardi (University of Florence): Quirky Tense
Marking in Slavic and Creole Languages

18:30
Poster Session

Posters:

Pavel Grashchenkov (University of Moscow): Adjectival Derivation in Russian:
Restricted Choice of Unlimited Combinations.

John Frederick Bailyn (Stony Brook University): On the VP Internal Structure
Debate in Russian.

Bo?ena Cetnarowska, Agnieszka Pysz, & Helen Trugman (University of Silesia/
Hogskulen i Volda/Holon Institute of Technology): Where Movement Fails: Problems
with Movement?based Accounts of Adjective Placement

Olga Kagan (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) and Ben Gurion (University of the
Negev): A Scalar Approach to Slavic Prefixes

Marijana Marelj & Ora Matushansky (Utrecht University): Against Overt
Predicators in Slavic


Alternate Speakers:

Jacopo Garzonio & Federico Damonte (University of Padova/University of
Cambridge): Conditional Inversion in Russian
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