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LINGUIST List 21.2416

Tue Jun 01 2010

Confs: Syntax, Ling Theories/USA

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        1.    Yoshihisa Kitagawa, Workshop: New Horizons in the Minimalist Program

Message 1: Workshop: New Horizons in the Minimalist Program
Date: 01-Jun-2010
From: Yoshihisa Kitagawa <kitagawaindiana.edu>
Subject: Workshop: New Horizons in the Minimalist Program
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Workshop: New Horizons in the Minimalist Program

Date: 19-Jun-2010 - 19-Jun-2010
Location: Bloomington, IN, USA
Contact: Yoshihisa Kitagawa
Contact Email: kitagawaindiana.edu

Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories; Syntax

Meeting Description:

New Horizons in the Minimalist Program

Saturday June 19, Morrison Hall 007, Indiana University, Bloomington

This is a one-day workshop to be held after the main sessions of SyntaxFest 2010.

(No registration fees involved)



Howard Lasnik (University of Maryland): ''Minimalist Considerations of the
Single Tree Constraint''

Hisatsugu Kitahara (Keio University): ''Conflicting Implications: A Preliminary
Study of Argument Ellipsis and Anaphor Binding in Japanese''

Coffee Break

Ljiljana Progovac (Wayne State University): ''Formal Syntax and Darwinian

Lunch Break

Yoshihisa Kitagawa & Miguel Rodríguez-Mondoñedo (Indiana University): ''When
Syntax Must Become Overt''

Steven Franks & Joshua Herring (Indiana University): ''Against Copies: An
Autosegmental Call-By-Reference Syntax''

Closing Remarks

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