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Mon 03 Apr 1995

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  1. E. Wayles Browne, Slavic Workshop announcement
  2. "Pat E. Perez", SEALS V Hotel Info

Message 1: Slavic Workshop announcement

Date: Mon, 3 Apr 1995 00:41:23 -Slavic Workshop announcement
From: E. Wayles Browne <>
Subject: Slavic Workshop announcement

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4th Annual Workshop on
Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
May 12-14, 1995


Friday, May 12
4-6 registration
6 pm opening
6-6:40 Jindrich Toman, University of Michigan
Can Wackernagel Effects Be Derived?
6:40-7:20 Natasha Kondrashova, U. of Wisconsin-
Madison/Cornell U.
WH-movement in Russian: Raising or Scrambling?
7:35-8:15 Ewa Dornisch, Cornell U.
Auxiliaries and Functional Projections in Polish
8:15-8:55 Sergey Avrutin & Bernhard Rohrbacher,
U. of Pennsylvania
Null Subjects in Russian Inverted Constructions

Saturday, May 13
9 am-9:40 Galina Alexandrova, U. of Ottawa
The Case for Familiarity in Modern Bulgarian
9:40-10:20 David Embick & Roumyana Izvorski,
U. of Pennsylvania
Participle-Auxiliary Word-Orders in Slavic
10:20-11 Iliyana Krapova, U.of Mass/U. of Plovdiv
Auxiliaries and Complex Tenses in Bulgarian
11:15-11:55 Marija Golden, U. of Ljubljana
Multiple WH-Questions in Slovene
11:55-12:35 Roumyana Izvorski, U. of Pennsylvania
Free Relatives and pro-Drop
lunch break

2 pm-2:40 Greville G. Corbett & Norman M. Fraser,
U. of Surrey
A Formal Approach to Slavic Morphology: The
Problem of Syncretism
2:40-3:20 George Fowler, Indiana U.
Prepositions, Prefixes, and Other Mixed
Categories in Russian
3:40-4:40 business meeting, followed by:
Invited Speaker.
Bernard Comrie, U. of Southern Calif.
Formal Approaches to Slavic Languages
5-5:40 Uwe Junghanns, Forschungsschwerpunkt Allg.
Sprachw. Berlin & Gerhild Zybatow, U. Leipzig
Syntax and Information Structure of Russian
5:40-6:20 Maria Polinsky, U. of Southern Calif.
First Language Loss in Relation to First Language
6:20-7 Irina Sekerina, City U. of New York
Scrambling and Ambiguity in Russian Syntactic
supper break

Sunday, May 14
9 am-9:40 Katya Zubritskaya, U. of Pennsylvania
Palatalizations as Coalescence and Correspondence
in OT
9:40-10:20 Michael Yadroff, Indiana U.
Moraic Interpretation of Yers in the Minimalist
10:20-11 Hong-Keun Park, U. of Southern Calif.
Epenthesis in Polish: Constraints and Their
11:10-11:50 John Bailyn, State U. NY Stony Brook
Genitive of Negation is Obligatory
11:50-12:30 Sue Brown & Steven Franks, Indiana U.
The Syntax of Pleonastic Negation in Russian
12:30-1:10 Leonard Babby, Princeton U.
Derived Nominals in Russian: Nominalization,
Passivization, and Causativization

Papers should be 30 minutes max. to allow 10 minutes
for discussion.

Information on travel, accommodations in Ithaca etc.
will follow within a few days.

Draga Zec
Wayles Browne
Dept. of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Morrill Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853, U.S.A.
tel. (Browne) 607-255-0712 (o), 607-273-3009 (h)
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Message 2: SEALS V Hotel Info

Date: Fri, 31 Mar 1995 16:24:31 SEALS V Hotel Info
Subject: SEALS V Hotel Info

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 Hotel information for SEALS V
 May 19-21, 1995

The conference will be held at the Hotel Park Tucson. Accommodations are
available at special rates for SEALS participants. Reservations should be
made by you directly, no later than April 10th, 1995. At the time of
registration, indicate that you are participating in SEALS V. Applicable
taxes will be added to the rates quoted below. The Hotel Park Tucson can
be reached from all the hotels listed by city bus. If you would like
information about bus schedules or leads on who would like to share a hotel
room, please let us know well in advance.

Hotel Park Tucson, 5151 East Grant Road, 1-800-257-7275. Single/double
room $65, single/double suite $75, $10 per additional person (up to 4 in a
room), includes a free full breakfast, $8.50 from the airport on the
Arizona Stagecoach shuttle service.

Holiday Inn City Center, 181 West Broadway Blvd, 602-624-8711.
Single/double $69, $10 per additional person, free airport shuttle service.

Ramada Downtown Tucson, 475 N. Granada Avenue, 1-800-446-6589.
Single/double $44, $10 per additional person; free airport shuttle service.

Aztec Inn, 102 N. Alvernon Way, 1-800-227-6086. Single/double $50, $5 per
additional person; $9 from the airport on the Arizona Stagecoach shuttle

Plaza Hotel, 1900 East Speedway, 1-800-843-8052. Single/double $39, no
charge for additional person, $9.50 from the airport on the Arizona
Stagecoach shuttle service.



Phone:___________________ Fax/email/other:_____________________

Date of arrival:______________ Date of departure:________________

Audio-visual equipment needed:___________________________________

Enclosed is my check or money order payable to SEALS for the following:
Registration Fee (includes 5 coffee breaks and reception):
 _____ $35 for students
 _____ $50 for non-students
 Luncheon on May 20th: _____ $15
 $_____ Total Enclosed

Please send this registration form to SEALS, Department of Linguistics,
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721. Registration Fees after April
1st, 1995, will be $40 for students and $55 for non-students.

Email enquiries should be directed to:
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