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Mon Sep 19 2011

Calls: Syntax, Semantics, Phonology/USA

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        1.     Stefan Huber , 3rd Annual Tampa Workshop on Syntax, Semantics, and Phonology

Message 1: 3rd Annual Tampa Workshop on Syntax, Semantics, and Phonology
Date: 18-Sep-2011
From: Stefan Huber <huberusf.edu>
Subject: 3rd Annual Tampa Workshop on Syntax, Semantics, and Phonology
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Full Title: 3rd Annual Tampa Workshop on Syntax, Semantics, and Phonology
Short Title: TAW 3

Date: 09-Mar-2012 - 10-Mar-2012
Location: Tampa, FL, USA
Contact Person: Stefan Huber
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://tampalinguistics.org

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology; Semantics; Syntax

Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2011

Meeting Description:

Annual Workshop on Syntax, Semantics, and Phonology

The 3rd Annual Tampa Workshop on Syntax, Semantics, and Phonology (TAW 3) will take place on March 9-10, 2012, at the University of South Florida in Tampa. It focuses on theoretical approaches to syntax, semantics, and phonology, and the exploration and explanation of distinctive phenomena in natural languages.

Keynote Speaker:

Marga Reis, University of Tübingen

Call for Papers:

This year's meeting will have no special theme and we invite papers on all native languages.

Please send your abstracts to tampalinguisticsgmail.com. Abstracts should not exceed one page (US letter, Times New Roman, font size 12; references must be included). Each accepted paper is allotted 30 minutes, including time for questions (no less than 5 minutes). The deadline for abstract submission is December 31, 2011. After a short review process, notifications will be sent out in early January.

Last Year's Program (TAW 2):

Keynote Speaker: Eric Potsdam, University of Florida
A Direct Analysis of Malagasy Comparatives

Youssef A. Haddad, University of Florida
Personal Datives: A Syntactic and Intersubjectivity Account

David R. Bogdan, Ehime University and William J. Sullivan, Uniwersytet im. Marii Curie-Sklodowskiej
Polish Tense and Aspect in Narrative Context: An Analysis of Written Text

Lilia Schürcks, University of Potsdam
Clitic Doubling and Information Structure

Eric Kevin Carter, North Carolina State University
Judge-Dependence, Vagueness and Subjective Attitudes

Galia Hatav, University of Florida
Non-Committal 'Before'

Kerstin Schwabe, ZAS Berlin and Robert Fittler, Freie Universität Berlin
Consistency Conditions Ruling German Question Embedding

Takeshi Oguro, Chiba University of Commerce/University of Maryland
The True Nature of Wh-the Hell Phrases

Kerstin Schwabe, ZAS Berlin
Propositional Correlates in German: Towards a Unified Account

Vera Lee-Schoenfeld, The University of Georgia
Case and Affectedness in Inalienable Possession Constructions

Dong-yi Lin, University of Florida
The Syntactic Derivation of Interrogative Verbs in Amis

I-Hao Woo, Boston University
The Durative -zhe in Mandarin Chinese

Khalsa Hamed Al Aghbari, University of Florida
Optimality Theoretic Analysis to Vb Infixed Plurals in Jebbāli

Tyler McPeek, University of Florida
The Effect of Native Orthography on Borrowing Phonology Modeling and the Nature of the Phonotactic Fringe: Evidence from Japanese

Ana María Díaz Collazos, University of Florida
The Japanese Immigrants in Colombia: Community, Identity, and L2 Spanish Variation of Articles

Tammer Castro, Florida International University
Null Subject Behavior in the Attrition of Brazilian Portuguese




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