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Date: Thu, 28 Oct 93 01:15 O
From: "Susan Rothstein" <F24081BARILAN.bitnet>
Subject: BAR-ILAN UNIV. Events and Grammar Programme



 BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY

 EVENTS AND GRAMMAR
 Programme

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23

9.30 Registration and Coffee

10.00 Greetings

10.15 Gennaro Chierchia, University of Milan and Cornell
 University
 "Individual Level Predicates and Aspectual Polarity"

11.30 Coffee

11.50 Louise McNally, Indiana University
 "Stativity and Theticity"

Lunch

2.15 Yael Greenberg, Bar-Ilan University,
 "Hebrew Nominal Sentences and the Nature of the Stage
 - Individual Level Distinction"

3.10 Katalin E Kiss, Linguistic Institute of the Hungarian
 Academy of Sciences,
 "On VP-internal and VP-external subjects"

4.05 Coffee

4.25 Adam Wyner, Cornell University
 "Thematically Dependent Adverbs"

5.20 James Higginbotham, Oxford University
 "E-positions"

6.35 Reception

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24

10.00 Tim Stowell, UCLA
 "Times, States and Events"

11.15 Coffee

11.35 Dorit Abusch, University of Stuttgart
 "Sequence of Tense Revisited:Two Semantic Analysis of Tense
 in Intensional Contexts"

12.30 Greg Carlson, University of Rochester
 "Thematic Roles and Event Individuation"

Lunch

2.50 Fred Landman, Cornell University
 "Events and Plurality"

4.05 Coffee

4.25 Peter Lasersohn, University of Rochester
 "Events in the Semantics of Collectivizing Adverbials"

5.20 Anita Mittwoch, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 "Cognate Objects as Overt Event Expressions"

7.30 Dinner

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25

10.30 Angelika Kratzer, University of Massachusetts
 "Pseudoscope and Situations"

11.45 Coffee

12.05 Sheila Glasbey, University of Edinburgh
 "Progressives, Backgrounding and the Events/States Distinction"

Lunch

2.30 Manfred Krifka, University of Texas at Austin
 "The Origins of Telicity"

3.45 Coffee

4.05 Ivan A. Derzhanski, University of Edinburgh
 "Groups, Plurality and Aspect"

5.00 Sandro Zucchi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 "Aspect Shift"

The conference is being funded by the Lewis Family Fund for
International Conferences, Bar-Ilan University, The Faculty of
Humanities, The English Department and the British Council. Under
the auspices of the Israel Academy for the Sciences and Humanities.
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