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Mon Oct 04 2010

Confs: Syntax, Semantics, Phonology, Ling Theories, General Ling/UK

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        1.    Robert Truswell, On Linguistic Interfaces II

Message 1: On Linguistic Interfaces II
Date: 01-Oct-2010
From: Robert Truswell <rtruswelstaffmail.ed.ac.uk>
Subject: On Linguistic Interfaces II
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On Linguistic Interfaces II
Short Title: OnLI II

Date: 02-Dec-2010 - 04-Dec-2010
Location: Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Contact: Christiane Ulbrich
Contact Email: c.ulbrichulster.ac.uk
Meeting URL: http://www.socsci.ulster.ac.uk/comms/onli2010/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Phonology;
Semantics; Syntax

Meeting Description:

A full description of our knowledge of language must include reference to
several different components, each with its own particular properties. These
components must interact with each other, and with a lexicon, which we may think
of as a system of stored associations between pieces of information pertaining
to many of the above components. In recent years, the study of the interaction
between these different levels of linguistic knowledge has attracted increasing
interest. The nature and extent of the interaction of different linguistic
modules is a central question to be addressed by a modern theory of linguistic
knowledge.

In 2007, a workshop 'On Linguistic Interfaces' (OnLI) was held at the University
of Ulster, bringing together scholars working on a wide range of
interface-related issues. The workshop has led to a proceedings volume,
'Interfaces in Linguistics: New Research Perspectives', edited by Raffaella
Folli and Christiane Ulbrich (to appear 2010, Oxford University Press).
Following the success of this first meeting, we are pleased to announce that
OnLI II will take place at the University of Ulster (Jordanstown Campus) from
December 2-4 2010. OUP have expressed interest in publishing a further volume of
proceedings from this conference.

Although interface-related material finds a natural home in many linguistics
conferences, OnLI is unique in its focus on the theoretical and empirical issues
arising at the interfaces. OnLI II will host eight invited speakers renowned for
their work on a variety of linguistic interfaces:

Invited Speakers:

Elena Anagnostopoulou (University of Crete)
Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero (University of Manchester)
Heidi Harley (University of Arizona)
Winfried Lechner (University of Athens)
John Local (University of York)
Anna Papafragou (University of Delaware)
Michael Wagner (McGill University)
Yi Xu (University College London)

Location:

School of Communication, University of Ulster (Jordanstown), Shore Road,
BT37 0QB, Northern Ireland.

Thursday December 2

9.00
Opening

9.15-10.15
Michael Wagner (McGill) 'Prosody and Incremental Structure Building'

10.15-10.45
Martin Salzmann (University of Zurich) 'Verb Cluster Formation at PF - Evidence
for Cyclic Linearization'

10.45-11.15
Terje Lohndal and Bridget Samuels (University of Maryland) 'The Edges of the
Syntax-phonology Interface'

11.15-11.35
Coffee Break

11.35-12.05
Tokizaki Hisao (Sapporo University) 'Recursive Compounds and Word-Stress Location'

12.05-12.35
Liliane Haegeman (Ghent University) and Virginia Hill (University of New
Brunswick, St. John) 'The Syntacticization of Discourse'

12.35-13.05
Dimitris Michelioudakis and Eleni Kapogianni (University ofCambridge) 'Ethical
Datives: A Puzzle for Compositionality and the Syntax-pragmatics Interface''

13.05-14.00
Lunch Break

14.00-15.00
John Local (University of York) 'Do We Need a Prosody-pragmatics Interface?
Making Sense of Phonetic Detail in Everyday Talk'

15.00-15.30
Catrin Rhys and Christiane Ulbrich (University of Ulster) 'Adaptation to
Aphasia: Grammar, Prosody and Interaction'

15.30-16.30
Poster Session (with Coffee break)

16.30-17.00
Loes Koring and Hannah de Mulder (UiL-OTS, Utrecht University) 'Where Language
Meets Thought: Developing a Way to Express Source of Information'

17.00-17.30
Napoleon Katsos (University of Cambridge) and Clara Andres-Roqueta (University
of Castillon) 'The Acquisition of Quantification by Spanish-speaking Children
with SLI'

17.30-18.30
Anna Papafragou (University of Delaware) 'Spatial Relations in Language and
Cognition: Universality and Variation'

Friday December 3

9.00-10.00
Elena Anagnostopoulou (University of Crete) 'Locality Constraints on the
Interpretation of Words: the Case of Greek Participles'

10.00-10.30
Berit Gehrke (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) 'Stative Passives and Event Kinds'

10.30-11.00
Boban Arsenijevic (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) 'On Two Types of Deadjectival
Nominals in Serbo-Croatian'

11.00-11.30
Coffee Break

11.30-12.00
Evangelia Daskalaki (University of Alberta) and Marios Mavrogiorgos (University
of Cambridge) 'On the Narrow Syntactic Status of IO Resumption in Greek Free and
Restrictive Relatives'

12.00-12.30
Evie Malaia, Ronnie Wilbur, and Chris Weber-Fox (Purdue University)
'Syntax-semantics Interface Effects in Online Processing of Relative Clauses'

12.30-13.00
Aviad Eilam (University of Pennsylvania) 'Focus Intervention in Declaratives'

13.00-14.00
Lunch Break

14.00-15.00
Heidi Harley (University of Arizona) 'The No Agent Idioms Hypothesis'

15.00-15.30
Artemis Alexiadou and Florian Schaeffer (University of Stuttgart) 'An
Unaccusativity Diagnostic at the Syntax-Semantics Interface'

15.30-16.00
Dora Alexopoulou (University of Cambridge), Raffaella Folli (University of
Ulster) and George Tsoulas (University of York) 'Indefinite Topics and the
Structure of Nominals in Italian and Greek'

16.00-16.30
Coffee Break

16.30-17.00
Bronwyn Bjorkman (MIT) 'Towards a Unified Asymmetric Semantics for 'and'.'

17.00-17.30
Hazel Pearson (Harvard University) 'Comparing Comparative Constructions in
Japanese: Two Types of Implicit Comparison''

17.30-18.30
Winfred Lechner (University of Athens) 'Harmonic Derivationalism'

Saturday December 4

9.00-10.00
Yi Xu (University College London) 'Phonetic vs. Phonological Approaches to
Prosody: How Different are the Questions asked Across the Divide?'

10.00-10.30
Elinor Payne, Brechtje Post, Pilar Prieto, Lluisa Astruc, and Maria del Mar
Vanrell (University of Oxford) 'The Acquisition of Syllable Duration at the
Phonetics-phonology Interface'

10.30-11.00
Adrian Leemann (University of Berne) 'Stress as a Poor Predictor of Local Level
f0 Movements: the Case of Swiss German'

11.00-11.30
Coffee Break

11.30-12.00
Glyne Piggott and Lisa Travis (McGill University) 'Adjuncts within Words and
Complex Heads'

12.00-12.30
Yoshihito Dobashi (Niigata University) 'The Architecture of Syntax from a
Phonological Perspective'

12.30-13.00
Stella Gryllia and Frank Kügler (Potsdam University) 'When Phonology Meets
Syntax: German Relative Clauses as a Case Study'

13.00-14.00
Lunch Break

14.00-14.30
Cecile De Cat (University of Leeds) 'Towards an Interface Definition of Root
Phenomena'

14.30-15.00
Reiko Vermeulen (GIST / Ghent University) 'The Syntax of Topic, Contrast and
Contrastive Topic in Japanese and Korean'

15.00-15.30
Coffee break

15.30-16.00
Shanti Ulfsbjorninn (SOAS) 'The I/ng/credible, Umbelievable Truth: /un-/ and
/in-/ are Both L1'

16.00-16.30
Michael Ramsammy (University of Manchester) 'Place-of-articulation Asymmetries
in Spanish Nasal Codas'

16.30-17.30
Ricardo Bermudez Otero (University of Manchester) 'Morphologically Conditioned
Phonetics? Not Proven'

Alternates:

Maria J. Arche (University of Greenwich) 'Prepositions as Event Licensors and
the Semantics of Copular Clauses'

Sophie Salffner (SOAS, University of London) 'What's a Nice Tone like You Doing
in a Place Like This? Downstep Locations in Ikaan at the Interface'

Posters:

Amelie Dorn and Ailbhe Ní Chasaide (Trinity College Dublin) 'Aspects of the
Phonetics/phonology Interface in the Prosody of Donegal Irish and Donegal English'
Yasuyuki Fukutomi (Fukushima University) 'Ka-doo-ka as a Complex Wh-phrase: a
Case of Lexical Decomposition'
Thomas Graf (University of California, Los Angeles) 'Efficient Computation at
the Interfaces'
Hidehito Hoshi (Doshisha University) 'Projection-Free Syntax and C-I Interface
Conditions'
Marianna Kaimaki (University of York) 'Interactional Sequence Conditions
Variation and Phonological Contrast'
Masaaki Kamiya (Hamilton College) and Akemi Matsuya (Takachiho University)
'Lexical vs. Pragmatically Derived Interpretations of Numerals'
Evie Malaia and Ronnie B. Wilbur (Purdue University) 'Interface Evidence for
Parallel Architecture from two Sign Languages'
Steve Mercier (Laval University) 'Computational Complexity and L2 Acquisition of
the Syntax/Phonology and Syntax/Pragmatics Interfaces'
Takashi Nakajima 'Conceptual Atoms at the Interface'
Philip Roberts (University of Oxford) 'Rule Insertion Revisited in OT'
Sandhya Sundaresan (CASTL(Tromsø)/University of Stuttgart) 'An Allomorphy
Hypothesis for PRO and Overt Anaphors'
Kaori Takamine (CASTL, UiT) 'Mapping of Adjunct PPs to Structure of Japanese'

Registration:

Early bird (before Nov 1st): £70 (students: £60)
After Nov 1st: £90 (students: £80)

Conference dinner: £32

Registration forms can be downloaded from:

http://www.socsci.ulster.ac.uk/comms/onli2010/
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