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Mon Apr 12 2010
Confs: Syntax, Linguistic Theories/UK
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Message 1: York Frameworks
From: Moreno Mitrovic <mm568york.ac.uk>
Subject: York Frameworks
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Date: 04-May-2010 - 04-May-2010
Location: York, United Kingdom
Contact: Moreno Mitrovic Luiz Guidi
Contact Email: mm568york.ac.uk [and] lgg500york.ac.uk
Meeting URL: http://frameworks.zxq.net//
Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories; Syntax
We are happy to announce York Frameworks, a conferential event that hopes to
overview various differential approaches to understanding language and syntax.
The workshop hopes to facilitate a constructive dialogue between different
theoretical syntactic framworks and promote theoretical diversity to a
The event will cover the following frameworks:
-Lexical Functional Grammar (Prof. Mary Dalrymple, University of Oxford)
-Minimalism (Dr. George Tsoulas, The University of York)
-Dynamic Syntax (Prof. Ruth Kempson, King's College, University of London & Dr.
Ronnie Cann, The University of Edinburgh)
-Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (Steve Harlow, The University of York)
-Combinatory Categorial Grammar (Prof. Mark Steedman, The University of Edinburgh)
All are welcome to attend.
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