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Date: Thu, 25 Feb 93 10:29:05 PSwccfl schedule
From: WCCFL Planning Committee <wccflling.UCSC.EDU>
Subject: wccfl schedule


The following is the program for The West Coast Conference of Formal
Linguistics (WCCFL) being held at the University of California - Santa
Cruz on April 2 to 4. Information is available by sending mail to
wccflling.ucsc.edu

Friday

9:00 pro-hibitions on reference
 Sabine Iatridou/David Embick
 University of Pennsylvania
9:30 Reflexives, reflexive passives, and generalized chains
 John Moore
 UCSD
10:00 An axiomatic theory of the anaphora asymmetry universal
 Hyunoo Lee
 UCLA

BREAK

11:00 Anti-reconstruction and referentiality
 Caroline Heycock
 Yale
11:30 The structural location of the attributive adjective
 Peter Svenonius
 University of Tromso, UCSC
12:00 QPs and `combien'-extraction
 Christine Tellier/Daniel Valois
 Universite de Montreal/UQAM

BREAK

2:00 Strict layering and degenerate feet in prosodic structure:
 Japanese evidence
 Fumiko Kumashiro/David M. Perlmutter
 UCSD
2:30 On defining complex templates
 Rene Kager
 University of Utrecht
3:00 Lexical catalexis in word stress: evidence from Spanish and Dutch
 Dominique Nouveau
 University of Utrecht

BREAK

4:00 The interpretation of `as'-headed adjuncts
 Graham Katz
 University of Rochester
4:30 Adjunct predicates and the individual/stage distinction
 Louise McNally
 Indiana University
5:00 Events, objects and eventual objects
 Steven K. Moore
 Cornell

BREAK

7:00 Checking theory, syntactic feature geometry, and the structure of IP
 Richard D. Janda
 University of Chicago
7:30 Infl and agreement in Turkish subordinate clauses
 Murat Kural
 UCLA
8:00 Head-binding
 Norvin Richards
 Cornell


SATURDAY

9:00 Combinatorial specification of a consonantal system
 Cari Spring
 UCSD
9:30 Palatalization, underspecification, and plane conflation in Chaha
 Sharon Rose
 McGill
10:00 Major class alternations
 Young-mee Cho/Sharon Inkelas
 Stanford/UC Berkeley

9:00 An economy account of WH-extraction in Tagalog
 Masanori Nakamura
 McGill
9:30 Adjunct extraction
 Robert D. Levine/Thomas E. Hukari
 Ohio State University/University of Victoria
10:00 A residual A-bar position in Spanish
 Josep Fontana
 Ohio State University

BREAK

11:00 Merging and sequencing in American Sign Language
 Linda Uyechi
 Stanford
11:30 Multiple exponence and morphosyntactic redundancy
 David A. Peterson
 UC Berkeley
12:00 Mobile affixes in Huave
 Rolf Noyer
 Princeton

BREAK

2:00 Focus and NP quantification
 Elena Herburger
 USC
2:30 Unselective determiners
 Chris Barker
 Ohio State

3:00 Referentiality, specificity, strength, and individual concepts
 Barbara Abbott
 Michigan State University

BREAK

4:00 When do subjects and objects exhibit a branching reading?
 Filippo Beghelli, Anna Szabolcsi, Frans Zwarts
 UCLA/University of Groningen
4:30 Non-nominative subjects and constraints on modal interpretation in
 Sinhala
 Michael Inman
 Stanford
5:00 The (in)dependence of external arguments
 Elizabeth Ritter/Sara Thomas Rosen
 University of Toronto/University of Kansas

PARTY

SUNDAY

9:00 Sandhi and syllables in Classical Sanskrit
 Brett Kessler
 Stanford
9:30 The prosodic constituency of minor syllables
 Patricia A. Shaw
 University of British Columbia
10:00 Ghost segments and moraic theory
 Cheryl Zoll
 UC Berkeley

BREAK

11:00 Antipassive with French psych verbs
 Geraldine Legendre
 University of Colorado
11:30 Case dependencies: the case of predicate raising
 Marcel den Dikken
 Alma Naess
 University of Groningen/University of Oslo
12:00 X-0 clitics and X-max clitics
 Josep Fontana/Aaron Halpern
 Ohio State University
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