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LINGUIST List 22.3041

Thu Jul 28 2011

Confs: Morphology, Syntax, Phonology, Semantics, Historical Ling/Hungary

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        1.     Veronika Hegedus , SinFonIJA4

Message 1: SinFonIJA4
Date: 28-Jul-2011
From: Veronika Hegedus <hegedusnytud.hu>
Subject: SinFonIJA4
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SinFonIJA4

Date: 01-Sep-2011 - 03-Sep-2011
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Contact: Katalin É. Kiss
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.nytud.hu/sinfonija4/

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

Meeting Description:

We are pleased to announce that the 4th Syntax, Phonology and Language Analysis conference (SinFonIJA 4) will take place at the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, in Budapest, on 1-3 September, 2011.

Invited Speakers:

Daniel Büring (University of Vienna)
Laura J. Downing (ZAS, Berlin)
Martin Everaert (Utrecht University)
Giuseppe Longobardi (University of Trieste)

SinFonIJA 4 will take place at the Research Institute for Linguistics of the
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, in Budapest, on 1-3 September, 2011.

Registration is now open at www.nytud.hu/sinfonija4/registration.html

Further information about the conference is available on our website:
www.nytud.hu/sinfonija4


Program:

Thursday, 1 September

9:00-10:00
Inivited Speaker
Giuseppe Longobardi
TBA

10:00-10:40
Tanja Milićev & Nataša Milićević
Leftward Movement with Discontinuous Appositions

10:40-10:55
Coffee Break

10:55-11:35
Adrienn Jánosi
Long-distance Split Focalization in Hungarian: a Base-generation Approach

11:35-12:15
Sabina Halupka-Rešetar
(Contrastive) Focus and wh-movement in Serbian

12:15-13:30
Lunch break

13:30-14:30
Invited Speaker:
Laura Downing
The Mismatch Between Syntactic Phases and Prosodic Phrases

14:30-15:10
Lilla Magyar & Szilárd Szentgyörgyi
Vowel ̴ Zero Alternations in Hungarian Nominal Inflectional and
Derivational Paradigms: An analogy-based Statistical Approach

15:10-16:10
Poster Session 1 & Coffee

16:10-16:50
Beáta Gyuris
Hungarian hát: New Perspectives on Old Puzzles

16:50-17:30
Mojmír Dočekal & Dalina Kallulli
More on the Semantics of Clitic Doubling: Principal Ultrafilters,
Quantifiers and Collective Predicates

17:30-18:10
Gábor Alberti & Judit Kleiber
Where are Possible Worlds? (Arguments for a ReAL Interpretation System)


Friday, 2 September

9:00-10:00
Invited Speaker:
Daniel Büring
Projective Meaning and Discourse Meaning

10:00-10:40
Mihaela Zamfirescu
Positive Polarity Items in Romanian as scalar operators

10:40-10:55
Coffee Break

10:55-11:35
Markus Alexander Pöchtrager
Hierarchy vs. Linearity in Phonology

11:35-12:15
Katalin Balogné Bérces & Patrick Honeybone
Splitting ''intervocalic''

12:15-13:30
Lunch Break

13:30-14:30
Invited Speaker
Joseph Emonds
Universal and language-particular aspects of so-called English Auxiliaries

14:30-15:10
David Erschler
On the Structure of Syntax-Morphology Interface: Evidence from Suspended Affixation

15:10-16:10
Poster Session 2 & Coffee

16:10-16:50
Mihaela Tanase-Dogaru
Romanian polydefinites: double-DP qualitatives

16:50-17:30
Krisztina Szécsényi
An LF-driven account of infinitival clauses with a nominative subject

17:30-18:10
Tatjana Marvin & Adrian Stegovec
Syntactic Restrictions On Different Applicative Readings In Slovenian

Conference Dinner

Saturday, 3 September

9:00-10:00
Invited Speaker
Martin Everaert
Idioms in Grammar: Syntax and Phonology

10:00-10:40
Marleen van de Vate
Future reference: Tense or Modality? The view from Saamáka

10:40-10:55
Coffee Break

10:55-11:35
Zsófia Gyarmathy
Physical and/versus psychological verbs of depiction

11:35-12:15
Mojmír Dočekal
Atoms, groups and kinds in Czech

12:15-13:30
Lunch break

13:30-14:10
Marko Simonovic
Post-lexical Stress is Interface Stress - Evidence from Serbo-Croatian
toneless adjectives

14:10-14:50
Katalin Mády
Does low informational weight require deaccentuation in Hungarian?

14:50-15:10
Coffee Break

15:10-15:50
Gabi Danon
Agreement features and non-agreeing copulas in Modern Hebrew

15:50-16:30
Anna Bondaruk
Person Case Constraint effects in Polish copular constructions


Poster Session 1
Thursday 15:10-16:10

Gabriela Bîlbîie & Anna Gazdik (alternate)
Coordination of unlikes in multiple questions

Gábor Alberti
ReALIS: Interpretation with a Reciprocal and Lifelong Model

Gréte Dalmi
Island constraints in Hungarian subordinate non-polarity questions with erotetic
whether

Kálmán Dudás
Spelling out the sentential pro az with three matrix verb classes in a
phase-based (v-related) account

Ludovico Franco
A nanosyntactic account of Romance VN compounds

László Kálmán, Péter Rebrus, Péter Szigetvári & Miklós Törkenczy Harmony that
cannot be represented

Emmanuel-Moselly Makasso
Tone Submission by Intonation on Basaa questions

Matic Pavlič & Sašo Živanović
The licenser under cover

Poster Session 2
Friday 15:10-16:10

Guliz Gunes
On the Difference Between Null Subjects and Null Topics in Turkish

Júlia Bácskai-Atkári
Reducing Attributive Comperative Deletion

Tamás Halm
Unergative and/or Unaccusative: On the Argument Structure, Semantics and Syntax
of Semelfactives in Hungarian

İsa Kerem Bayırlı
Antisymmetric derivation of Turkish and English verbal morphology

Tabea Ihsane
The scope of referential des-NPs in French

Yurie Tsuruhara Okami
The typological ''fluidity'' of adjective category and its linguistic implications

Violeta Martinez-Paricio
Against underlying glides in Italian

Ondrej Sefcik
Knowing the distance



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