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Date: Thu, 04 Feb 93 14:02 CST
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 THE TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL LINGUISTIC SYMPOSIUM ON ROMANCE LANGUAGES


 PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


 THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1993



8:00 PM Panel, "Twenty-five Years of French Phonology. From SPE and French

 Phonology and Morphology to the Present. An Historical Overview."

 Organizer and Moderator: Jurgen Klausenburger, University of

 Washington-Seattle. Participants: Jean-Pierre Montreuil, University

 of Texas-Austin; Sanford Schane, University of California-San Diego;

 Douglas Walker, University of Calgary.



 FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1993



 SESSION A: PHONOLOGY



 8:30 AM Barbara E. Bullock, Penn State University

 "Does the French Syllable Have Weight?"


 9:00 AM Luigi Burzio, Johns Hopkins University & Elvira DiFabio, Harvard

 University, "Accentual Stability"


 9:30 AM Haike Jacobs, University of Nijmegen

 "Catalexis and Stress in Romance"


10:00 AM John M. Lipski, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

 "Spanish Stops, Spirants and Glides: Towards a Comprehensive Account"



 SESSION B: CLITICS



 8:30 AM Sarah Cummins and Yves Roberge, University of Toronto

 "A Morphosyntactic Analysis of Romance Clitic Constructions"


 9:00 AM Jon Franco, University of Southern California

 On the Absence of Past Participle Object Clitic Agreement in Spanish


 9:30 AM Nicole Maier, University of Iowa

 "Portuguese Inflected Infinitives in Causative Constructions"


10:00 AM Luiz H. Mendes, University of California, Los Angeles

 "The Structure of IP, Word Order, and the Position of Clitics"



10:30 AM COFFEE




11:00 AM INVITED SPEAKER, SPONSORED BY THE NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

 GRADUATE COLLOQUIUM COMMITTEE



 Mario D. Saltarelli, University of Southern California

 "Voice in Latin and Romance"



12:00 PM LUNCH



 SESSION C: SYNTAX



1:30 PM Nancy Mae Antrim, University of Southern California

 "Italian Adverbial Agreement"


2:00 PM Deborah L. Arteaga, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

 "Impersonal Constructions in Old French"


2:30 PM Julie Auger, University of Pennsylvania & University of Chicago

 "Subject-marking and Wh-extraction in Picard"


3:00 PM Philippe Barbaud, Universit du Qu bec Montr al

 "Syntactic Conversion"



3:30 PM COFFEE



 SESSION D: SYNTAX



4:00 PM Elena Benedicto, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

 "Mixed Pro-drop Systems"


4:30 PM Maria Cristina Figueiredo-Silva, Universit de Gen

 Valentina Bianchi, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa

 "On the Properties of Agreement-Object in Italian and in Brazilian

 Portuguese"


5:00 PM J. Clancy Clements, Indiana University, Bloomington

 "Is There Topicalization in Spanish?"


5:30 PM Heles Contreras, University of Washington, Seattle

 "A Larsonian Analysis of Small Clauses"



6:00 PM CASH BAR






 SATURDAY APRIL 3, 1993



 SESSION E: PHONOLOGY



 8:30 AM Fernando Mart!nez-Gil, Georgetown University, "Obstruent Voicing and

 Vowel Syncope: A Case for Rule-Reordering in Proto-Spanish"


 9:00 AM Jean-Pierre Montreuil, University of Texas, Austin

 "Prosody, Morphology and Foot-Formation in Modern French"


 9:30 AM Pilar Prieto, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

 "Historical Vowel Lengthening in Romance and the Role of Sonority

 and Feet Structure"


10:00 AM Claude Timmons, Universit du Qu bec Montr al

 "Schwa Spelling and Phonological Domains in French"



 SESSION F: CLITICS & SYNTAX



 8:30 AM Johan Rooryck, Indiana University, Bloomington

 "Against Optional Movement for Clitic Climbing"


 9:00 AM Edward J. Rubin, Cornell University

 "Bound Pronouns, Variables, and Clitic-Doubling in Romanian"


 9:30 AM Richard Danford & Kutz Arrieta-Stemen, Ohio State University

 "That's a Problem that We Can Trace to the Complementizer"


10:00 AM Viviane Deprez, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

 "Intervention Effects and Floating Quantifiers"



10:30 AM COFFEE



11:00 AM INVITED SPEAKER, SPONSORED BY THE NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

 GRADUATE COLLOQUIUM COMMITTEE



 Irene Vogel, University of Delaware

 "Phonological Interfaces in Italian"



12:00 PM LUNCH









 SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1993


 SESSION G: SYNTAX



1:30 PM Natalia D!az-Insens , Cornell University

 "Catalan Possessives, Extraction from DP and Strong Crossover"


2:00 PM Julia Herschensohn, University of Washington, Seattle

 "Psych Pronominals and a Uniform Account of French se"


2:30 PM Pilar Garc!a-Mayo & Paula Kempchinsky, University of Iowa

 "Finiteness in Romance vs. English Parasitic Gap Constructions"


3:00 PM Harry Howard, Tulane University

 "Against Topicalization as Adjunction in Spanish"



3:30 PM COFFEE


 SESSION H: SYNTAX



4:00 PM G raldine Legendre, University of Colorado, Boulder

 "Antipassive with French Psych Verbs"


4:30 PM Luis L"pez, Cornell University

 "The Syntactic Licensing of Verb Phrase Elipsis: A Comparative Study

 of Spanish and English"


5:00 PM Enrique Mallen, University of Florida

 "Verb Movement, ECP and Case Assignment in German and Spanish"


5:30 PM Claudia Parodi-Lewin, University of California, Los Angeles

 "Case Theory and the Syntax of DPs in English and Spanish"



6:00 PM BREAK



7:30 PM SYMPOSIUM BANQUET














 SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1993



 SESSION I: SYNTAX



 8:30 AM Amaya Mendikoetxea Pelayo, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

 "Impersonality in Non-Finite Contexts"


 9:00 AM Kevin J. Rottet, Indiana University, Bloomington

 "Variation and Verb Raising in Louisiana Creole: A GB Perspective"


 9:30 AM Liliana Sanchez, University of Southern California

 "Intensifiers and Focus in Spanish"


10:00 AM Christine Tellier, Universit de Montr al

 "Avoir, Saturated NPs, and Definite Determiners"



 SESSION J: SYNTAX



 8:30 AM Robert E. Vann, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

 "Middle Voice, "No-Fault" se, and the Anticausitive: Ergativity

 in Spanish"


 9:00 AM J. M. de Wind, University of Groningen

 "Functional Licensing in French Pronominal and Complex Inversion"


 9:30 AM Uthaiwan Wong-Opasi, Tennessee State University

 "On the Headedness of V + C Compounds"


10:00 AM Roberto Zamparelli, University of Rochester

 "On Quantifiers and Adjectives in Romance"



10:30 AM COFFEE



11:00 AM INVITED SPEAKER, SPONSORED BY THE NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

 GRADUATE COLLOQUIUM COMMITTEE



 Karen T. Zagona, University of Washington, Seattle

 "Overt and Implicit Temporal Arguments"



12:00 PM CLOSE OF SYMPOSIUM






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