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Fri May 20 2011

Confs: Typology/France

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        1.     Francois Mouret , Topics in the Typology of Elliptical Constructions

Message 1: Topics in the Typology of Elliptical Constructions
Date: 20-May-2011
From: Francois Mouret <francois.mouretlinguist.jussieu.fr>
Subject: Topics in the Typology of Elliptical Constructions
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Topics in the Typology of Elliptical Constructions

Date: 24-Jun-2011 - 24-Jun-2011
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Francois Mouret
Contact Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Typology

Meeting Description:

Topics in the Typology of Elliptical Constructions
International Conference - Friday 24 June 2011

Federation CNRS Typologie et Universaux Linguistiques
Universite Paris Diderot - UMR 7110 - Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle

Chicago Center
6 Rue Thomas Mann
75013 Paris

Topics in the Typology of Elliptical Constructions
International Conference - Friday 24 June 2011

Federation CNRS Typologie et Universaux Linguistiques
Universite Paris Diderot - UMR 7110 - Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle

Chicago Center
6 Rue Thomas Mann
75013 Paris

Program

9h15 - Presentation

9h30 - 10h30 - Invited Speaker : Jason Merchant (U. of Chicago)
Derivational and Non Derivational Approaches to Gender Mismatches in Greek NPE

10h30 - 11h15 - Philip Miller (U. Paris Diderot - CLILLAC-ARP)
The Use of the English Verbal Anaphor 'do so' in Discourse: Descriptive Analysis and Theoretical Consequences.

11h15-12h - Sophie Manus (U. Lyon 2 - DDL) & CĂ©dric Patin (U. Lille 3 - STL)
Gapping in Bantu

12h-14h - Lunch break

14h-14h45 - Jonathan Ginzburg (U. Paris Diderot - CLILLAC-ARP)
Dialogue Oriented Constructionism: Towards Explanatory Adequacy in the Theory of Non-Sentential Utterances

14h45-15h30 - Gabriela Bilbiie (U. Paris Diderot - LLF)
A Unified Analysis of Gapping and Argument Cluster Coordinations with the Romanian Conjunction 'Iar'

15h30-16h - Coffee break

16h-16h45 - Hana Skrabalova (U. Clermont Ferrand- LRL)
Varieties of Verbal Ellipsis in Czech

16h45-17h30 - Anne Abeillé (U. Paris Diderot - LLF) & Francois Mouret (U. Rennes 2)
On Right Node Raising in French



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