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Thu Aug 18 2011

Confs: Morphology, Typology, Syntax/Netherlands

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        1.     Dagmar Schadler , World of Reflexives Workshop

Message 1: World of Reflexives Workshop
Date: 17-Aug-2011
From: Dagmar Schadler <D.Schadleruu.nl>
Subject: World of Reflexives Workshop
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World of Reflexives Workshop

Date: 25-Aug-2011 - 27-Aug-2011
Location: Utrecht, Netherlands
Contact: Anna Volkova
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://languagelink.let.uu.nl/~anatyp/doku.php?id=intro_wor

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology; Syntax; Typology

Meeting Description:

We are happy to announce that 'The World of Reflexives' workshop is going to be held at Utrecht University on August 25-27, 2011.

Our workshop is focusing on universals capturing cross-linguistic similarities in conditions on anaphoric relations. All languages have elements that for their interpretation may or must depend on another element (their antecedent). One of the approaches to explain the cross-linguistic patterns of anaphora is by decomposing them into more elementary principles, in part language independent (Everaert 1986, Reinhart & Reuland 1991, 1993, Reuland 2001, 2011). The internal structure of a reflexive and the properties of its subparts can also give clues on how the dependency relations are established.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together theoretical linguists and language experts and to discuss a wide range of anaphora related phenomena in less described languages.

Invited Speakers:

Peter Cole (University of Delaware)
Claire Moyse-Faurie (LACITO-CNRS)
Johan Rooryck & Guido van den Wyngaerd (Leiden University, HU Brussels)
Karumuri V. Subbarao (University of Hyderabad)
Svetlana Toldova (Russian State University for the Humanities)
Martina Wiltschko & Rose-Marie Déchaine (UBC)

For further details and the program, please visit our webpage http://languagelink.let.uu.nl/~anatyp/doku.php?id=intro_wor

If you have any questions please contact A.Volkovauu.nl


Thursday, August 25, 2011

09.30-09.40
Opening remarks

09.40-10.30
Marijana Marelj & Eric Reuland
Deriving ross-linguistic variation: the case of reflexives

10.30-11.10
Sandhya Sundaresan
Reflexivity vs. reflexivity-effects (or why Dravidian koL is actually not a reflexive-marker)

11.10-11.30
Coffee break

11.30-12.10
Dagmar Schadler
Body Part Reflexives and their Meanings

12.10-12.50
Pavel Rudnev & Vadim Kimmelman
Russian Sign Language Pronouns, Indexicality and the Signing Space

12.50-14.20
Lunch break

14.20-15.00
Pritty Patel-Grosz
Complex Reflexives and the Principle A Problem

15.00-16.00
Johan Rooryck & Guido Vanden Wyngaerd
Reducing Binding to Agree

16.00-16.20
Coffee break

16.20-17.00
Atanu Saha
Reciprocal constructions in Meiteilon

17.00-18.00
Karumuri V. Subbarao & Martin Everaert
Verbal and Nominal Reciprocals in South Asian Languages (SALs) and Order Reversal in the Nominal Anaphor in Dravidian


Friday, August 26, 2011

09.30-10.30
Martina Wiltschko & Rose-Marie Déchaine
The D/Phi/N Analysis: Deriving the Morphological, Syntactic and Semantic Heterogeneity of Reflexives

10.30-11.10
Guntsetseg Dolgor
The so-called reflexive(-possessive) suffix in Mongolian

11.10-11.30
Coffee break

11.30-12.10
Luca Ducceschi
Bound variable reading and deictic elements

12.10-12.50
Patrick Grosz
On the Cross-Linguistic Typology of Pronouns

12.50-14.20
Lunch break

14.20-15.00
Mulusew Asratie
Reflexive pronouns and possessive NPs in Amharic

15.00-15.40
Anna Volkova
Binding in Eastern Mari

15.40-16.00
Coffee break

16.00-17.00
Claire Moyse-Faurie
Reflexive markers in Oceanic languages

17.00-18.00
Peter Cole & Gabriella Hermon
Where have all the reflexives gone?

18.00-18.50
General Discussion

Saturday, August 27, 2011

09.30-10.30
Svetlana Toldova
Anaphoric systems in Daghestanian languages

10.30-11.10
Pavel Rudnev
Long-distance anaphora in Avar: why it can’t be empathy all alone

11.10-11.30
Coffee break

11.30-12.10
Joseph Atoyebi
On the syntax of reflexives in Yoruba: a descriptive perspective

12.10-12.50
Francis Wepngong Ndi
Description of Limbum Reflexives

12.50-14.00
Lunch break (catering on-site)

14.00-14.40
Meaghan Fouwlie
Reflexives and Reciprocals in Q'anjob'al

14.40-15.20
Petr Zubkov
The role of person and number in the syntactic encoding of anaphoric dependencies: evidence from Slavic

15.20-15.40
Coffee break

15.40-16.20
Alexis Dimitriadis
Form and frequency in the encoding of reflexivity

16.20-17.20
Martin Everaert & Elena Anagnostopoulou
Anatomy of a long-distance anaphor: the case of Greek ton idio



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