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Confs: General Linguistics/Austria

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        1.     Viola Schmitt , GLOW 34

Message 1: GLOW 34
Date: 05-Feb-2011
From: Viola Schmitt <vs.violaschmittgmail.com>
Subject: GLOW 34
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GLOW 34

Date: 27-Apr-2011 - 01-May-2011
Location: Vienna, Austria
Contact: Martin Prinzhorn
Contact Email: martin.prinzhornunivie.ac.at
Meeting URL: http://homepage.univie.ac.at/glow34.linguistics/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

GLOW 34 will be hosted by the department of linguistics, University of
Vienna Colloquium: April 28-30, 2011,
Workshops: April 27 2011, May 1, 2011
Colloquium Topic: How much syntax is there in grammar?
Subject areas: Phonology, Semantics, Morphology, Syntax, Pragmatics,
Psycholinguistics

In addition there will be three workshops:

Intervention Effects from a Semantic Perspective
April 27, 2011

Workshop on the Phonological Marking of Focus and Topic
April 27, 2011

Identity in Grammar
May 1, 2011

See also http://homepage.univie.ac.at/glow34.linguistics/index.html

Thursday, April 28 2010

8.30 Registration

9.00 Parsimonious Merge: The Intricate Syntax of French Causatives and
its Clitic Distribution [Vincent Homer & Dominique Sportiche (UCLA)]
10.00 Optional Se-Constructions in Romance: Syntactic Encoding of
Conceptual Information [Cinzia Campanini & Florian Schäfer (University of
Stuttgart)]
11.00 Coffee break
11.30 On Possibility Modals and NPI Licensing [I-Ta Chris Hsieh (University
of Connecticut Storrs)]
12.30 (Partially) free to vary [Anamaria Falaus(University of the Basque
Country)]
13.30 Lunch break
14.30 Mapping phonology to syntax: evidence from two wh-in-situ
languages [Lisa Cheng (Leiden University) & Laura Downing (ZAS)]
15.30 Linguistic rhythm guides syntactic structure building -- reading data
and an OT-style processing model [Gerrit Kentner (Goethe-Universität
Frankfurt)]
16.30 Coffee break
17.00Patterns of Prosodic Prominence in English Intransitive Sentences
[Aron Hirsch & Michael Wagner (McGill University)]
18.00 GLOW business meeting
20.00 Party at Schutzhaus auf der Schmelz ( Auf der Schmelz 4, 1150
Wien)

Friday, April 29 2010

9.00 Functional categories: FLN or FLB? [Rose-Marie Dechaine (University
of British Columbia) & Mireille Tremblay (Université de Montréal)]
10.00 Optimality is not a Race: Against a Performance-Based View of
Reference-Set Computation [Thomas Graf (UCLA)]
11.00 Coffee break
11.30 Connecting to Illocutionary Force. A Theoretical and Experimental
Study of the German Discourse Particle `denn' [Josef Bayer, Markus Bader
(University of Konstanz), Jana Häussler (University of Potsdam) & Simon
Hopp (University of Konstanz)]
12.30 What is dependent Case dependent on? A case study from Slavic
[Ivona Kucerova (McMaster University)]
13.30 Lunch break
14.30 Poster session 1 [see below]
15.30 Reducing PRO: a Defective Goal Analysis [Inna Livitz (New York
University)]
16.30 Coffee break
17.00 Locating Agreement in Grammar [Rajesh Bhatt & Martin Walkow
(University of Massachusetts at Amherst)]
18.00 Poster session 2 [see below]

Saturday, April 30 2010

9.00 Some formal conditions on logical syntax [Winfried Lechner (University
of Athens)]
10.00 A new argument for Small Clauses [Keir Moulton (McGill University)]
11.00 Coffee break
11.30 Decomposing Blackfoot Proclitics [Heather Bliss (University of British
Columbia) & Bettina Gruber (Utrecht University)]
12.30 Vagueness, Universal Quantification and the Syntax-Pragmatics
Interface [Heather Burnett (UCLA)]
13.30 Lunch break
14.30 The Spurious NP ellipsis of Hungarian [Eva Dékány (University of
Tromsoe CASTL)]
15.30 On COMP-t Effects in Spanish: A New Argument for Rescue by PF-
Deletion [Julio Villa-Garcia (University of Connecticut Storrs)]
16.30 Coffee break
17.00 Rescue by PF deletion, intervention effects, and head movement
[Zeljko Boskovic (Universtiy of Connecticut Storrs)]

Ranked Alternates

1 Impossible predicates [Peter Graff & Jeremy Hartman (MIT)]
2 Getting rid of uninterpretable features: blind movement and Justification
[Gary Thoms (Strathclyde University)]

Poster Session 1

Agent-oriented adverbs =Individual-level predicates(e) [Bryan Leferman
(University of the Basque Country)]

The Composition and Interpretation of Tough-Movement
[Shoichi Takahashi (Nihon University)]

Children's understanding of the logical words 'not', 'every', and 'or'
[Anna Notley, Rosalind Thornton & Stephen Crain (Macquarie University)]

If-clauses and (c)overt adverbs of quantification revisited
[Elena Herburger (Georgetown University) & Simon Mauck (Maagha Press)]

How much syntax is there in Metalinguistic Negation?
[Ana Maria Martins (University of Lisbon)]

Nalle Wörter werden Brüder: explaining a universal lexical gap
[Hedde Zeijlstra (University of Amsterdam)]

The syntax and semantics of `be like' - quotatives
[Bill Haddican (CUNY Queens College/University of York), Eytan Zweig
(University of York) & Daniel Ezra Johnson

The Syntax-Information Structure Interface in Korean
[Reiko Vermeulen (Ghent University)]

Arguments against a purely feature geometric analysis of pronominal
meanings [Sarah Zobel(Georg-August Universität Göttingen)]

Piecing together predicate transfer [Orin Percus (University of Nantes)]

A new perspective on (long) A'-dependencies [Eefje Boef (Meertens
Instituut) & Irene Franco (Universiteit Leiden)]

No syntax for focus marking [Giorgos Spathas (University of Utrecht)]

Towards a unified analysis of modal existential wh- constructions and
purpose clauses [Radek Simik (Potsdam University)]

A syntactic feature-calculus and double-access analysis for indexical shift in
Tamil [Sandhya Sundaresan (University of Tromsoe CASTL)]

Poster Session 2

Template-induced Tone Sandhi in Northern Chinese Dialects - A Top-down
Approach [Te-hsin Liu National Taiwan Normal University)]

Degree Cognate Objects with Unaccusative Verbs in English and Spanish
[Isabel Oltra-Massuet(CCHS-CSIC)]

Decomposing merge and move to make room for adjunction
[Tim Hunter (Yale University)]

Strong Resultative as a PathP Construction [Takeru Suzuki (Tokyo Gkugei
University)]

Dative-nominative alternations and the place of Case in Grammar [Artemis
Alexiadou(University of Stuttgart), Elena Anagnostopoulou (University of
Crete) & Christina Sevdali (University of Ulster)]

German Pertinence Datives revisited [Solveig Bosse (University of
Delaware)]

Syntax Drives Morphological Impoverishment of Clitics [Martin Walkow
(University of Massachusetts at Amherst)]

Relative Clauses from the Input. Syntactic Considerations from a Corpus-
based Analysis of Italian [Adriana Belletti & Christiano Chesi (University of
Siena)]

The ordering of operations in the morphological component: two case
studies
[Erik Schoorlemmer (MIT)]

To phrase or not to phrase: on the (non-)congruence of focus and prosody
[Laura J. Downing (ZAS)]

Syntax is not an Innocent Bystander: 'Autonomous' Morphemes are
Underlearned [Andrew Nevins & Cilene Rodrigues (UCL)]

Ordering Restrictions in Two Dialects of Aymara [Sara Mackenzie (McGill
University)]

All datives originate low: direct and indirect evidence [Dimitris
Michelioudakis (University of Cambridge)]
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