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Confs: ConSOLE 4, Pan-Asiatic Conf 96

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  1. Joao Costa, ConSOLE 4
  2. Gwyn Williams, Pan-Asiatic Conference 96 (fwd)

Message 1: ConSOLE 4

Date: Fri, 22 Sep 1995 11:08:07 ConSOLE 4
From: Joao Costa <COSTArullet.LeidenUniv.nl>
Subject: ConSOLE 4




ConSOLE 4 (the conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe)
will be held at the Universities of Paris VIII and Paris X,
from 14/12/95 until 16/12/95.
During the conference, the proceedings of ConSOLE 2 and ConSOLE 3 will be
available.
People who would like to attend to the conference should make a
pre-registration (conference fee: 35 guilders/105 francs)
More information may be obtained from the following people:

Joao Costa (costarullet.leidenuniv.nl)
Ruben van de Vijver (vijverrjet.let.vu.nl)
Jacqueline Gueron (gueronext.jussieu.fr)

 CONSOLE 4 - PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
 Universities of Paris VIII and Paris X
 Invited Speaker: Jean-Roger Vergnaud

Thursday, 14/12
9.00- Registration
9.30-10.15 - The Matching Parameter and Correlatives (Rajesh Bhatt - U. of
 Pennsylvania)
10.15-11.00 - The Principle of Minimal Compliance (Norvin Richards -MIT)
Break
11.30-12.15 - Bare NPs (Myrian Engelhardt & Helen Trugman - U. of Tel Aviv)
12.15-13.00 - The interpretation of NPs and feature licensing (Brian Agbayani-
 U. of California at Irvine)

Lunch

14.30-15.15 - The left headed compounds in Modern Greek (Anthi Revithiadou-
 HIL\Leiden Univ)
15.15-16.00 - Jers or floaters in the phonology of Bulgarian? (Georgi Jetchev-
 Scuola Normale Superiore/Pisa)
Break
16.30-17.15 - Yiddish Constituent Fronting (Kerstin Hoge - St. Hilda's
 College/Oxford)
17.15-18.00 - Asymmetric Quantification: case of Korean Topic Marker
 -`(n)un' (Chung-hye Han - U. pf Pennsylvania)

Friday, 15/12
9.30-10.15 - Morphosyntactic Checking and Categorial Specification: the
 case of the Arabic Verb (Mohamed Naji - Paris X)
10.15-11.00 - Projection and Position: Evidence from Georgian (Martha Jo
 McGuiness - MIT)
Break
11.30-12.15 - A configurational Approach to Noun Phrase Interpretation
 (Oystein Alex. Vangsnes - U. of Bergen)
12.15-13.00 - Case and Scope Interaction (Kazuko Yatsushiro - U. of Connecti-
 cut)
Lunch
14.30-15.15 - Sequential Voicing in Japanese and Adjacency (Satoshi Stanley
 Koike - CUNY)
15.15-16.00 - End Contact Signs (Els van der Kooij - HIL\Leiden Univ)
Break
16.30-17.15 - Symmetry and alternating movement in two handed signs:
 examining a body-based analysis (Onno Crasborn - HIL\Leiden Univ)
17.15-18.00 - PF\LF Convergence in Acquisition (Jacqueline van Kampen -
 Utrecht Univ)
INVITED SPEAKER- Jean-Roger Vergnaud: TBA

PARTY in the evening!!!!!

Saturday, 16/12
9.30-10.15 - C-Subject (non)-adjacency in the Germanic Languages (Eric
 Haeberlj - U. de Geneve)
10.15-11.00 - Result Clauses (Paulien Rijkhoek - U. of Groningen)
Break
11.30-12.15 - Optimal Subject Extraction (Joost Dekkers - HIL\U. of Amsterdam)
12.15-13.00 - An interpretation of scrambled wh-phrases that induce the
 Proper Binding Violation (Takeo Kurafuji - Rutgers Univ.)
Lunch
14.30-15.15 - Another look at Spanish Stress and syllable structure
 (Susan Garrett - U. of Pennsylvania)
15.15-16.00 - Moras and Constraints in Quebec French Stress Patterns
 (Audra Dainora -U. of Chicago)
17.15-18.00 - Subject Positions in Armenian (Michele Sigler - MIT)

Alternates:
Arrernte: syllables with no onsets (Rob Pensalfini - MIT)
On deriving Discourse Configurational Aspects in Romanian (Edward Gobbel-
 Tubingen)
One-Step Raising in Gbanu (Mary Bradshaw -Ohio)
Guess How? (Uli Sauerland - MIT)

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Message 2: Pan-Asiatic Conference 96 (fwd)

Date: Fri, 22 Sep 1995 20:10:47 Pan-Asiatic Conference 96 (fwd)
From: Gwyn Williams <gwynipied.tu.ac.th>
Subject: Pan-Asiatic Conference 96 (fwd)

Pan-Asiatic Linguistics Symposium Tentative Schedule

Sunday 7 January 1996
15.00-20.00 Early Registration (sign in, pick up Conference materials,
	 	 pay fee, etc.)

Monday 8 January 1996
7.30-9.00 Registration
9.00-9.30 Opening Ceremony
9.30-10.00 Coffee Break
10.00-11.45 Pleanary Session I, Dialogue between Dr.Paul K. Benedict
		and Prof. James A. Matisoff, University of California at
		Berkeley on Directions for Future Research in East and
		Southeast Asian Linguistics
11.45-13.15 Lunch
13.15-15.15 Parallel Session 1, Language Comparison (I)
		- Historical & Comparative Studies
		- Language Contact & Language Change
		- Typology & Universals
		- Dialectology
15.15-15.45 Coffee Break
15.45-17.15 Parallel Session 2, Language Comparison (II)
18.00-20.00 Welcoming Reception

Tuesday 9 January 1996
8.30-10.30 Pleanary Session II, Language Typology & Universals, Prof.
		Bernard Comrie, University of Southern California
		Dr. Anthony V.N. Diller, Australian National University
		Dr. David Bradley, La Trobe University
		Dr. Carolyn Miller, Summer Institute of Linguistics
10.30-10.50 Coffee Break
10.50-12.20 Parallel Session 3, Language Comparison (III)
12.20-13.30 Lunch
13.30-15.00 Parallel Session 4, Language & Related Sciences (I)
		- Computational Linguistics
		- Pragmatics
		- Sociolinguistics
		- Psycholinguistics
		- Neurolinguistics
		- Ethnolinguistics
15.00-15.20 Coffee Break
15.20-16.50 Parallel Session 5, Language & Related Sciences (II)
17.00-18.00 Business Meeting

Wednesday 10 January 1996
8.30-10.30 Parallel Session 6, Language Description (I)
		-Phonetics & Phonology
		- Morphology
		- Syntax
		- Semantics
		- Discourse
10.30-10.50 Coffee Break
10.50-12.20 Parallel Session 7, Language Description (II)
12.20-13.30 Lunch
13.30-15.00 Parallel Session 8, Language Description (III)
15.00-15.20 Coffee Break
15.20-16.00 Summation by Prof. Jerold A. Edmonson, University of
		Texas at Arlington
 		Floor Discussion
16.00 	Closing Ceremony
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