LINGUIST List 6.697

Thu 18 May 1995

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Message 1: SHK 6.0387 Folger Institute

Date: Sun, 14 May 95 16:28 CST
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Subject: SHK 6.0387 Folger Institute

>From Georgianna Ziegler (
Date Friday, 12 May 95 09:47:00 PDT
Subject Folger Institute

A year-long humanities institute, "Shakespeare Examined Through Performance,"
to be directed by AudreyStanley and Alan C. Dessen is scheduled to meet for
intensive sessions one weekend every month of the academic year (1995-96) at
the Folger Shakespeare Library.

Sponsorship by the National Endowment for the Humanities will fully cover the
travel and lodging expenses of the fifteen faculty members chosen to
participate. The APPLICATION DEADLINE is 1 June 1995. For further information
or application forms, please contact the Folger Institute by phone (202)
675-0333, fax (202) 544-4623, or e-mail:
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Message 2: FLSM VI

Date: Thu, 11 May 1995 21:48:27 FLSM VI
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Subject: FLSM VI

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All session held in Education 1120.

 FLSM VI Program
 Friday, May 19, 1995
1:00: Registration opens
1:45: Welcome: Morton Lowengrub, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Session 1: Natusko Tsujimura, Indiana University, chair
2:00-2:30: "Children's Subject Case Marking: Evidence for Case-Related Func=
tional Projections in Early
 German" =20
 Carson Sch=81tze (M.I.T.)
2:30-3:00: "Evidence for To Raising to AgrSo"=20
 Madelyn Kissock (Harvard University)
3:00-3:30: "'Affect' in Binding and Coreference" =20
 Yoshihisa Kitagawa (Indiana University)
 3:30-3:50 Short Break
Session 2: Kenneth deJong, Indiana University, chair
3:50-4:20: "A Gestural Analysis of Epenthesis in Scottish Gaelic" =20
 Anna Bosch (University of Kentucky)
4:20-4:50: "MAX in Tonal Transfer"=20
 Akinbiyi Akinlabi (Rutgers University)
4:50-5:20: "Lhasa Vowel Harmony: Evidence for [HI] and [ATR]"=20
 Don Salting (Indiana University)
 5:20-7:30 Dinner Break
 Session 3: Michael Kenstowicz, Massachusetts Institiute of Technology
7:30-8:30 "The Lapse Constraint"
 Stuart Davis, Indiana University, chair
8:30-10:00 Reception (Lobby of the Education Building)

 Saturday, May 20, 1995
Session 4: Robert Chametsky, Indiana University, chair
9:00-9:30: "Reciprocals and Island Effects"=20
 Yoichi Miyamoto (Ohio University)
9:30-10:00: "Arbitrary Null Objects and Imperfectivity" =20
 Margaret Salome & Sonia Marvenda (University of Washington)
10:00-10:30: "Semantic and Pragmatic Conditions on Movement: Evidence from =
 Maria Luisa Jimenez (Georgetown University)
 10:30-10:50 Short Break
Session 5: Mary Ellen Scullen, University of Louisville, chair
10:50-11:20: "Reconsidering Linear Order" =20
 Elizabeth Hume (The Ohio State University)
11:20-11:50: "SV, [Voice] and Coda Constraints"=20
 Takako Kawasaki (McGill University)
11:50-12:20: "Syllabification & Consonant Cluster Simplification in Korean"=
 Minsu Shim (Indiana University)
 12:20-2:00 Lunch Break
Session 6: Amy Cornwell, Indiana University, chair
2:00-2:30: "Scope of Negation: Genitive of Negation and Polarity in Russia=
 Sue Brown (Indiana University)=20
2:30-3:00: "Convergent Evidence for the Structure of Determiner Phrases in =
 Benjamin Bahan (Boston University), Judy Kegl (Rutgers), Dawn M=
aclaughlin (Boston Univ.) and
 Carol Neidle (Boston Univ.)=20
3:00-3:30: "What Does the Morphology of Operators Look Like? A Formal Analy=
sis of ASL 'Brow-Raise'"=20
 Ronnie Wilbur (Purdue University)
 3:30-3:50 Short Break
Session 7: Barbara Vance, Indiana University, chair
3:50-4:20: "Exploded IP and the English Imperative"=20
 Eric Potsdam (U. of California -Santa Cruz)
4:20-4:50: "Overt and LF Object Positions in English"=20
 Jeffrey Runner (University of Rochester)=20
4:50-5:20: "On Definiteness: More Evidence for a Partitive Approach"=20
 Kuo-ming Sung (Lawrence University)
 5:20 Business Meeting
 Session 8: Howard Lasnik (University of Connecticut) =20
7:30-8:30 "Last Resort"
 Steven Franks, Indiana University, chair
 8:30-11:00 Party (Faculty Club in the Indiana Memorial Union)

 Sunday, May 21, 1995
Session 9: Barbara Abbott, Michigan State University, chair
9:00-9:30: "Korean and English Floated Quantifiers as Evidence for Event Se=
 Eun-Joo Kwak (Brown University)=20
9:30-10:00: "Two Mechanisms for the Licensing of Negative Indefinites"=20
 Anastasia Giannakidou (Univ. of Groningen) & Josep Quer (Univ. =
of Utrecht) =20
10:00-10:30: "Comparatives, Indices, and Scope"=20
 Christopher Kennedy (U. of California-Santa Cruz)
 10:30-10:50 Short Break
Session 10: ?
10:50-11:20: "Pragmatics-Only Account of the Japanese Reflexive Pronoun 'Zi=
 Sonoko Sakakibara (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)=
 Session 11: Alice G.B. ter Meulen, Indiana University
11:20-12:20 "Aspectual Adverbs and Their Anaphoric Presuppositions"=20
 Jerry Seligman, Indiana University, chair
 12:20-2:00 Lunch Break
Session 12: Andrew Kulemeka, Indiana University Southeast & University of=
 Louisville, chair
2:00-2:30: "Chichewa Stative Constructions and the Autonomy of Syntax"=20
 Stanley Dubinsky & Silvester Ron Simango (University of South C=
2:30-3:00: "Gapping in English and Japanese"=20
 Jun Abe (Toyo Women's College) & Hiroto Hoshi (University of Lo=
3:00-3:30: "Deriving the Post-Verbal Construction in Japanese and Korean"=
 Lizanne Kaiser (Yale University)
3:30: Closing Remarks
 End of Conference

NAME: _____________________________________
PHONE: (_____)_____________________________
FAX: (_____)_____________________________
AFFILIATION: ____________________________________
ADDRESS: ____________________________________
E-MAIL: ____________________________________
STATUS (check one): student____ non-student_____

FEE: students non-students
up to May 1st: $15 $20
at the conference $20 $25

Personal checks (USA only), money orders and cashier's checks can
be made to: "Linguistics Conference"

Accommodation: We have reserved 30 rooms in the following motel:
Motel 6 location: 1800 N. Walnut St., Bloomington, IN 47408, USA=20
 phone: (812) 332.08.20 rates (by # of people): two - $35.99;
 three-$38.99; four-$41.99 (all + tax)

IMPORTANT: Priority reservations should be reserved by April 19th.
Tell them that you are with the (FLSM) linguistics conference.
Motel 6 is located nine blocks north and ten blocks east of the
conference building, and is a five minute bus ride or 20 minute
walk to the conference site. Bus schedules will be available at the
conference. In addition, a limited amount of "crash space" will be
available with students at Indiana University. Please send
inquiries about this directly to FLSM VI.=20

Directions: Conference is at 201 N. Rose St. in the Wright
Education Bldg. auditorium.

by CAR: -coming SOUTH: at Indianapolis, get on I-465 south. Take
Rt.37 south to Bloomington. Approx. 45 miles to exit on College
Avenue in Bloomington.=20
-to Motel 6: drive south on College Ave. (one-way) until 17th St.
Take a left & again the next left onto Walnut St. (one-way). You
are heading north again, Motel 6 will be on your right-hand side,
before the Denny's. =20
-to conference site: continue driving south to 10th st. Take a left
and drive until Jordan Ave. Take a right and drive until 7th st.
Take a left (the Education building is on your right) & drive until
Rose St., take a right & there you are.
-coming NORTH from Louisville: take Rt. 37 north; take the Walnut
St. exit and drive north and proceed as above.
-coming WEST or EAST: either, go to Indianapolis and proceed as
above or: =20
-on Rt. 46 coming west: Rt. 46 turns into 3rd St. through
Bloomington, take 3rd St. until Jordan Ave. and proceed as above.=20
-46 coming east: Rt. 46 crosses College St. (before Denny's),
proceed as above.
AIR: There are airline services at Bloomington's Monroe County
Airport, but it may be best to fly into Indianapolis.=20
BUS: Greyhound buses run several times a day between downtown
Indianapolis and Bloomington.
* from the airport and bus stations:=20
 Yellow Cab Inc. (812) 339.97.44
Please write for further information about parking on Campus.
Inquiries to: email:; fax: (812)855.53.63;
phone: (812) 855.94.03 snail mail: FLSM VI Committee, Department
of Linguistics, 322 Memorial Hall, Indiana University, Bloomington,
IN 47405 U.S.A.


Other Bloomington Hotels:
Century Suites: 300 S.R. 446 (812) 336.77.77
Comfort Inn: 1722 N. Walnut (812) 339.19.19
Days Inn: S.R. 46 & College Ave. (812) 336.09.05=20
Dowtown Motel: 509 N. College Ave. (812) 336.68.81
Econo Lodge: 4501 E. 3rd St. (812) 332.21.41
Grant Street Inn: 310 N. Grant St. (812) 334.23.53
Hampton Inn: 2100 N Walnut St. (812) 334.21.00
Holiday Inn: 1710 Kinser Pike (812) 334.32.52
IU Memorial Union: on campus (812) 856.63.81
Scholar's Inn: 801 N. College Ave. (812) 332.18.92
Travel Lodge: 2615 E. 3rd. St. (812) 339.61.91

Selection of Bloomington Restaurants:
Afghan Cuisine: 2522 E. 10th St. 339.19.48
Bear's Place: 1316 E. 3rd St. 339.34.60
Chez Nous: 416 E. 4th St. 323.89.62
Crazy Horse: 214 W. Kirkwood Ave. 336.88.77
Ekimae Japanese Restaurant: 825 N.Walnut 334.16.61
Irish Lion: 212 W. Kirkwood Ave. 336.90.76
Laughing Planet Cafe: 322 E.Kirkwood Ave. 323.22.33
Leslie's Italian Villa: 206 N.Walnut 336.58.22
Mother Bear's Pizza: 1428 E. 3rd St. 332.44.95
Nick's English Hut: 423 E. Kirkwood Ave. 332.40.40
Snow Lion: 1500 E. 3rd St. 336.08.35
Trojan Horse: 100 E. Kirkwood Ave. 332.11.01

Other Useful Numbers:
American Trailways Bus Station: 535 N. Walnut. (812) 332.15.22
Monroe County Airport: 972 S. Kirby (812) 825.54.06
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