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  1. Eastern States Conference on Linguisticsescolling.ohio-state.edu, ESCOL 93--Preliminary Schedule
  2. martha ratliff, MLS Call for Papers
  3. Steven Schaufele, WCCFL

Message 1: ESCOL 93--Preliminary Schedule

Date: Sat, 3 Jul 93 14:24:11 EDTESCOL 93--Preliminary Schedule
From: Eastern States Conference on Linguisticsescolling.ohio-state.edu <escolling.ohio-state.edu>
Subject: ESCOL 93--Preliminary Schedule

 ESCOL 93

 *** PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE ***

 Ohio State University
 21 Lazenby Hall
 1827 Neil Ave.

Friday, August 6

13:30 Registration

14:00 JANNE BONDI JOHANNESSEN, University of Oslo
 Coordinate Alpha & Unbalanced Coordination

14:30 PING XUE, University of Victoria
 Subject-Object Asymmetries and Linear Precedence Relations

15:00 ISABELLA BARBIER, Cornell University
 Structure of IP in German

15:30 STEPHEN G. LAPOINTE, UC Davis
 Dual Lexical Categories and the Syntax of Mixed Category Phrases

16:00 Coffee Break

16:30 FREDERICK PARKINSON, OSU
 The Problem of Guttural Transparency

17:00 PHILOP HAMILTON, University of Toronto
 On the Internal Structure of the Coronal Node

17:30 MARLYS A. MACKEN, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 Iteration Parameter

18:00 Dinner Break

19:30 JAIRO NUNES and ELLEN THOMPSON, University of Maryland
 Tense Dependencies and Q-binding

20:00 EUN JUNG YOO, OSU
 Temporal Interpretation of Korean Without Tense Rules

20:30 *** INVITED TALK ***
--21:30 JANET PIERREHUMBERT, Northwestern University
 TBA

Saturday, August 7

8:30 Registration

9:00 LEON VERSCHUUR, Institute for Language Technology
 and Artificial Intelligence, Tilburg
 Integrating Constrainsts on Anaphora

9:30 CHAN CHUNG, OSU
 Scrambling in Korean and its Effect on Anaphor Binding:
 An Alternative to Movement Approaches

10:00 KAZUHIKO FUKUSHIMA, Michigan State University
 Explaining `zibun' Without Subject, C-command, or Logophoricity

10:30 STRANG C. BURTON, Rutgers University
 Double Object Verbs With Just One Object

11:00 Coffee Break

11:30 *** INVITED TALK ***
--12:30 NICK CLEMENTS, Cornell University/CNRS
 TBA

12:30 Lunch Break

14:00 MICHAEL DUKES, UCLA
 Austronesian Evidence Against Raising as Function Composition

14:30 PAOLA MONACHESI, Tilburg University
 On `si' Constructions in Italian HPSG Grammar

15:00 AKIRA WATANABE, MIT
 The Role of Equidistance in Restructuring Verbs:
 Italian vs. French

15:30 Coffee Break & Business Meeting: Selection of host for ESCOL 11

16:00 NO-JU KIM, OSU
 Default H-tone Class in the North Kyungsang Dialect of Korean

16:30 SHINSOOK LEE, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 On the Representation of Front Vowels in Korean

17:00 *** INVITED TALK ***
--18:00 CARL POLLARD, Ohio State University
 TBA

Sunday, August 8

8:00 Registration

8:30 NANCY GREEN and SANDRA CARBERRY, University of Delaware
 A discourse-plan-based Approach to Particularized
 Conversational Implicature

9:00 ALMERINDO OJEDA, UC Davis
 New Evidence for a More General Theory of Singularity

9:30 HISAKO TAKANO, UMass-Amherst
 Japanese Topic NPs as Designated Generalized Quantifiers

10:00 MICHAEL JOHNSTON, UC Santa Cruz
 `Because' Clauses and Negative Polarity Licensing

10:30 Coffee Break

11:00 PAUL FALLON, OSU
 Liquid Dissimilation in Georgian

11:30 SUNG-HOON HONG, University of Arizona
 On the Proper Treatment of "Semi-Parasitic" Harmony

12:00 Lunch Break

13:00 HILARY SACHS, Columbia University
 The Dative Orphan Preposition Construction in French

13:30 MARK BALHORN, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
 Structural Case in NPs

14:00 TRACY HOLLOWAY KING, Stanford University
 Focus in Russian Yes-No Questions

14:30 Coffee Break

15:00 ALI DARZI, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
 Raising in Persian

15:30 JUN ABE, University of Connecticut
 The Economy Condition on Dependency

16:00 End of Conference

ALTERNATE PAPERS

Phonology ROBERT POLETTO, OSU
 The Structure of the Rood Node--Evidence from Wichita

Semantics YOUNGEUN YOON KANG, University of Texas-Austin
 The Weak and Strong Interpretations of Proportional
 Readings in Donkey Sentences

Syntax STEVEN SCHAEUFELE, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
 I Know My Words & My Words Know Me:
 Unification and Consitutenthood in LFG
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Message 2: MLS Call for Papers

Date: Thu, 01 Jul 93 17:27:48 EDMLS Call for Papers
From: martha ratliff <MRATLIFWAYNEST1.bitnet>
Subject: MLS Call for Papers


The Annual Meeting of the Michigan Linguistics Society will be held on October
8th, 1993, at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. The guest speaker
will be Professor Jane H. Hill of the University of Arizona, speaking on the
topic "Is it really No Problemo? Anglo Spanish and Anglo Racism". Abstracts
on any topic of general linguistic interest (one page limit, three copies) may
be sent to Martha Ratliff, Linguistics Program, Wayne State University, 51 W.
Warren Ave., Detroit MI 48202 up until the deadline of September 13th. Although
the MLS is largely a one-day Michigan affair, linguists from neighboring states
and displaced Michigan linguists have traditionally been involved and are most
welcome.
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Message 3: WCCFL

Date: Tue, 6 Jul 1993 20:43:02 +WCCFL
From: Steven Schaufele <fcoswsux1.cso.uiuc.edu>
Subject: WCCFL

A brief call for papers recently appeared in the net for WCCFL.
Unfortunately, the e-mail address given in connection therewith isn't
getting me anywhere, and the name associated with said address isn't on the
list of subscribers. Could the people responsible for WCCFL please either
(i) post a more complete solicitation notice, especially with complete
details on abstract format & postal address, or (ii) publish a usable
e-mail address? Thank you.
------
Dr. Steven Schaufele c/o Department of Linguistics
712 West Washington University of Illinois
Urbana, IL 61801 4088 Foreign Languages Building
 707 South Mathews Street
217-344-8240 Urbana, IL 61801
fcoswsux1.cso.uiuc.edu

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