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Wed May 12 2010

Confs: Syntax/Belgium

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        1.    Anne Breitbarth, Anti-locality and Snowballing Movement

Message 1: Anti-locality and Snowballing Movement
Date: 12-May-2010
From: Anne Breitbarth <anne.breitbarthugent.be>
Subject: Anti-locality and Snowballing Movement
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Anti-locality and Snowballing Movement
Short Title: GIST1

Date: 24-Jun-2010 - 25-Jun-2010
Location: Ghent, Belgium
Contact: Anne Breitbarth
Contact Email: a.breitbarthgmail.com
Meeting URL: http://www.gist.ugent.be/antilocalityandsnowballing

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax

Meeting Description:

The first GIST (Generative Initiatives in Syntactic Theory) workshop on
Anti-locality and Snowballing Movement, jointly organized by CRISSP (HU
Brussels) and GIST (UGhent), will take place at Ghent University on 24 and 25
June 2010.

24 June 2010

1:00
Registration, coffee

2:00-3:00
Invited speaker: Enoch Aboh (University of Amsterdam): t.b.a.

3:00-3:45
Saara Huhmarniemi (Helsinki University): The Locality of Snowballing Wh-movement
in Finnish

3:45-4:15
Coffee

4:15-5:00
Juvenal Ndayiragije (University of Toronto): Roll Up Movement, Feature
Inheritance and Transfer

5:00-5:45
Joachim Sabel (Université catholique de Louvain): The Derivation of Inverse
Order Languages

8:00
Conference dinner

25 June 2010

9:00
Registration, coffee

9:30-10:30
Invited speaker: Klaus Abels (University College London): t.b.a.

10:30-11:00
Coffee

11:00-11:45
Ángel Gallego (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona): Locality and Anti-locality in
a Merge-based System

11:45-12:30
Vicki Carstens (University of Missouri: (How) Do Head-movement and Mirror-image
Order Combine?

12:30-2:00
Lunch

2:00-2:45
Alastair Appleton (University of Cambridge): Movement-triggering Features,
A-movement and Snowballing

2:45-3:30
Roland Hinterhölzl (Humboldt Universität Berlin): Interface Conditions on
Pied-piping versus Subextraction in Adjunct Licensing

3:30-4:00
Coffee

4:00-4:45
Roumyana Pancheva and Barbara Tomaszewicz (University of Southern California):
An Anti-Locality Constraint on Specifiers

4:45-5:30
Hisao Tokizaki (Sapporo University): Roll-up Movement and Complement-Head Orders

Alternate:
Michael Barrie (University of Ottawa): Snowball Movement and Scopal Mismatches

Please check our website for updates on the programme:

(http://www.gist.ugent.be/antilocalityandsnowballing/programme)

Registration for the workshop is now open. Before 1 June 2010, the registration
fee is EUR 30, after that, EUR 40. For details on how to register and questions
regarding travel and accommodation please check our website:

http://www.gist.ugent.be/index.php?id=22&type=content.

If you have any further questions, email anne.breitbarth(at)ugent.be or
karen.declercq(at)ugent.be.

The Organising Committee:

Lobke Aelbrectht (GIST)
Marijke De Belder (CRISSP)
Anne Breitbarth (GIST)
Karen De Clercq (GIST)
Jeroen Van Craenenbroeck (CRISSP)
Liliane Haegeman (GIST)
Will Harwood (GIST)
Adrienn Jánosi (CRISSP)
Dany Jaspers (CRISSP)
Rachel Nye (GIST)
Amélie Rocquet (GIST)
Guido Vanden Wyngaerd (CRISSP)
Reiko Vermeulen (GIST)
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