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Sun Jan 17 2010

Confs: Afroasiatic, Historical Ling, Morphology, Phonology, Syntax/USA

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        1.    Charles Haberl, North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics

Message 1: North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics
Date: 16-Jan-2010
From: Charles Haberl <haberlrci.rutgers.edu>
Subject: North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics
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North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics
Short Title: NACAL 38

Date: 13-Feb-2010 - 14-Feb-2010
Location: Austin, TX, USA
Contact: Na'ama Pat-El
Contact Email: npatelaustin.utexas.edu
Meeting URL: http://www.nacal.org

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Morphology; Phonology; Syntax

Language Family(ies): Afroasiatic
Meeting Description:

The North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics (NACAL) provides
scholars from North America and around the world with a venue to discuss the
Afroasiatic language phylum. Now in its 37th year, NACAL has held annual
meetings since 1973. Previous meetings have been held in Ann Arbor, Austin,
Baltimore, Boston, Cambridge, Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville, New Haven, San
Diego, Seattle, Toronto, and several other cities in the United States and Canada.

The 38th meeting of the North American Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics
(NACAL 38) will be held in Austin, TX, Saturday, 2/13 - Sunday, 2/14.

Saturday, February 13

I. Phonology 1

9:00
Lutz Edzard: Guttural Phonology and the Hebrew Forms primae and mediae Gutturalis

9:30
Kimary Shahin: Guttural Laryngeals in Semitic

10:00
Break

II. Morphology 1

10:30
Rebecca Hasselbach: The Function of Case Markers in Semitic

11:00
Alexander Magidow: -V?n Morphemes in Semitic Languages

11:30
Jo Ann Hackett: yaqtul and a Ugaritic Ritual Text

12:00
Lunch

I. Syntax

1:00
Tamar Zewi: Prepositional Phrases as Subjects in Several Semitic Languages

1:30
Na'ama Pat-El: The Syntax of ???er Yet Again

2:00
Aaron M. Butts: The Copulaic Use of ?it in Syriac: Contact-Induced Change and/or
Internal Change?

2:30
Break

I. Morphosyntax

3:00
Gene Gragg: Morphosyntax, Morphosemantics, & Homology: How to Query a
Morphological Database

3:30
Ahmad Alqassas: Morphosyntactic Analysis of Definiteness in Arabic and Hebrew
Synthetic Genitives

4:00
Break

I. Keynote address

4:15
Zygmunt Frajzyngier

Sunday, February 14

VI. Morphology 2

9:00
Mohamed Lahrouchi: Headedness and Template Structure

9:30
Edward Cook: The Internal Causative Passive in Qumran Aramaic

10:00
Tara Gibbs: Somali: A Polysynthetic Language or a pro-Drop Language?

10:30
Break

VII. Lexicon

11:00
David Calabro: Names of Body Parts in Ancient Egyptian: Indicators of Which Culture?

11:30
Gregory A. Ward: A Diachronic Perspective on dr? and mdr? at Qumran

12:00
Lunch

VIII. Phonology 2

1:00 Michal Temkin Martínez: An Experimental Investigation of Variation in
Modern Hebrew

1:30
John Huehnergard: Writing Carefully: Letters from the King of Babylon to the
King of Egypt

2:00
Ahmad Al-Jallad: Final Vowels in Ge'ez: A Reassessment

2:30
Break

IX. Dialectology

2:45
Hila Zemer: On 3mp Perfects in the Arabic Dialects

3:15
Aaron Rubin: Some Characteristics of Mehri Dialects

3:45
Break

4:00
Business meeting
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