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Message 1: Morphology Workshop

Date: Wed, 24 May 1995 14:20:10 Morphology Workshop
Subject: Morphology Workshop

 The Linguistic Association of Finland
 Morphology Workshop
 September 29 - October 1, 1995
 Mekrij=84rvi Research Station (University of Joensuu)
 Ilomantsi, Finland

 Invited speakers:

 Andrew Spencer
 topic: recent trends in morphology

 Kimmo Koskenniemi
 topic: computational morphology

 Tapani Lehtinen
 topic: grammaticalization and morphology

The workshop is directed to graduate students and researchers
interested in recent developments in morphology. The participants are
given the possibility to present their own research at the workshop.
The language of the workshop is English.

The participation fee of 400 FIM covers board and lodging at the
Research Station and the bus ride from Joensuu to Mekrijrvi on
Friday September 29 (departure 8:30 am) and the return ride on
Sunday (departure 2:30 pm) (ride time c. 1 hr.). Detailed information
about the workshop program and other activities will be sent to those
who have returned their registration forms to us in due time.

The deadline for registration is June 15, 1995 (see registration
slip, enclosed). Return address:
Tapio Hokkanen, LAF, University of Joensuu,
General Linguistics, P.O. Box 111, FIN-80101 Joensuu, Finland.
The participants are also asked to submit a 2-4 page English
summary of their research to the same address by August 1. Those
accepted will be notified by September 1.

Jussi Niemi Tapio Hokkanen
e-mail: e-mail:
 fax: +358-73-151 4211=0C

 The Linguistic Association of Finland
 Morphology Workshop
 September 29 - October 1, 1995
 Mekrijrvi Research Station (University of Joensuu)
 Ilomantsi, Finland

I would like to attend the Morphology Workshop to be held at the
University of Joensuu Mekrijrvi Research Station in Ilomantsi, Finland
on September 29 - October 1, 1995.





English summary (2-4 pp.) enclosed
 will be submitted by August 1

Please return this preliminary registration by June 15, 1995 to:

Tapio Hokkanen, LAF, University of Joensuu, General Linguistics,
P.O. Box 111, FIN-80101 Joensuu, Finland (fax: +358-73-151 4211)

Jussi Niemi Tapio Hokkanen
e-mail: e-mail:
 fax: +358-73-151 4211
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Message 2: Langues et Grammaire 2

Date: Thu, 1 Jun 1995 12:47:56 +Langues et Grammaire 2
From: Sciences du Langage <>
Subject: Langues et Grammaire 2

Dear Langues et Grammaire 2 participants,
Welcome to the Langues et Grammaire 2 Conference which will be held on June
8-9-10 at the U Paris-8 in Saint Denis (Northern Suburb of Paris)
Here is some practical Information.

The Hotel CAMPANILE at Saint Denis has set aside a block of Rooms at the
 following rates: 305FrF + 30 FrF for Breakfast per day (single or double
The hotel is situated right by the metro station Saint-Denis Basilique (when
you get off of the metro from the lefthand exit just look on your right).

The Hotel's address is :
Hotel Gril CAMPANILE #14, Rue Jean Jaures
tel +33+1+
Fax. +33+1+48.20.74 26

You can still get the rpeferential rates (quoting the Langues et
grammaire Code) by making your reservation NOW.


1) Roissy Charles de Gaulle
There are several ways to get from RCdG to Paris
a) Taxi (approximate cost to Saint Denis 170 FrF)
b) Air France Bus (RoissyBus): Arrival at OPERA (cost 45 FrF). At Opera take
the metro, line 3, direction PONT DE LEVALLOIS, change at SAINT LAZARE and take
Line 13 to Saint Denis Basilique
c) RER. Take first the Airport Shuttle to the railway station. Take the RER to
GARD DU NORD (cost 39 FrF), then take metro line 2 Direction Porte Dauphine,
 change at Place de Clichy to Line 13 SAINT DENIS BASILIQUE

a) Taxi to Saint Denis (Approximately)250 FrF)
b) ORLYBUS to Montparnasse Bienvenue and from there take Metro Line 13.

There are six railway stations in Paris:
Gare du Nord, Gare de l'Est, Gare Saint Lazare, Gare Montparnasse, Gare d'
)From some of them there are direct metros to Saint Denis, for the others,
Ask a metro Map to the Tourist information Office. It is fairly Explicit and it
is easy to find the fastest connection to line 13.

NOTE FOR THE METRO : Line 13 splits at LA FOURCHE. Make sure that you always
take the metro with the BLUE LIGHT heade to SAINT DENIS BASILIQUE.

Now, once in the metro, line 13 of course. For the University, or the Hotel
Campanile get off at the last station SAINT DENIS BASILIQUE.
Once on the surface (take the left exit), go straight ahead, throught the
shopping center until you get to "place du 8 Mai 1945". In front of the
MacDonald's there is a bus station. Take Bus No 255 and get off at bus
stop University Paris 8. Then follow the arrows.

Well, It's Tricky, But you are Intelligent. We hope you will end
up finding your way.

We look forward to seeing you in Paris.

IMPORTANT NOTICE : There have been some changes in the program

Langues et Grammaire-2
Universite Paris - 8
8 - 10 Juin 1995

Invited Speaker:
James W. Harris

Jeudi/Thursday June 8
Auditorium H212
8.00 - 8.45 : Inscription / Registration
8.45: Pronouns and Polarity Licensing
 Ton Van der Wounden
 University of Groningen
9.30: Les affixes pronominaux du francais
 Julie Auger and Philip Miller
 MacGill University / Lille 3
10.15 - 10.45 : Pause / Break
10.45: Telic Clitics in Spanish
 Itziar Laka and Montserrat Sanz
 University of Rochester
11.30: On the pronominal Interpretation of VP ellipsis.
 Satoshi Tomiyoka
 University of Massachussets
12.15 - 14.00: Dejeuner / Lunch
14.00 : On the Mophological Realization of Pronominal Arguments
 Henry Davis
 University of British Columbia
14.45: La Condition C du Liage et l'hypothese des langues a arguments
 Hamida Demirdache
 University of British Columbia
15.30 - 16.00 : Pause / Break
16.00: Pronouns as Bound Variables
 Edit Doron
 Hebrew University
16.45: A propos de l'evolution des pronoms genitifs en Basque du Nord
 Georges Rebuschi
 Paris 3
17.30 - 17.45 : Pause/Break
17.45 : Invited Lecture
 Autonomous Morphology and Clitic Pronouns in Catalan and Spanish
 James W. Harris

Vendredi / Friday June 9
Auditorium H 212
9.00: Dependencies as Primitives
 Maria Rita Manzini
 University College London/Universita di Firenze
9.45 : "Any" in non-negative / non-modal Contexts
 Veneeta Dayal
 Rutgers University
10.30 - 11.00 : Pause / Break
11.00 : Focus, Topic et Verb Raising dans L'Ombrien des tables Eugubines
 Franco Benucci
 Universita degli Studi di Padova
11.45 : A Focus Position in Turkish
 Sarah D. Kennelly
 Rutgers Uniiversity

Parallel Session 1 : Phonology
Auditorium H201
9.00 : Enamourer, Enivrer, Enorgueillir : Le statut des prefixes
 Patrick Sauzet
 Universite Paris-8
9.45 : Non-Moraicity of schwa syllables
 Caroline Fery
 Tubingen University
10.30-11. 00
11.00 : Vowel Harmony in Zoulou and Sesotho: A case of Head Alignment
 Margaret Cobb
11.45 L'accentuation Latine et la constituance metrique
 Haike Jacobs
 Universite de Nimegue/Universite libre d'Amsterdam
12.30 : Vowel length, raddoppiamento sintattico, and the definite article
 Uffe Bergetton Larsen
 Universite Paris 7
12.30 - 14.00 : Dejeuner / Lunch
14.00: On Pseudo-raising out of tensed clauses
 Joao Costa and Johan Rooryck
 HIL/Leiden University
14.45: Sentential Adjuncts
 Dagmar Haumann
 Bergische Universitat
15.30 - 16.00: Pause / Break
16.00: Lexical Semantic Features of Verbs
 Angeliek van Hout
 University of Massachussetts, Amherst
16.45: Le determinant UNOS en espagnol : portee et phenomenes de groupe
 Elisabeth Villalta
 Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
 Parallel Session 2 : Language Acquisition and Psycholinguistics
14.00 : The Acquisition of Reflexive and non-Reflexive clitics : The
 morphology - Syntax Interface as a problem space.
 Bertold Crysmann and Natascha Mueller.
 University of Hamburg
14.45 : Acquisition et changement linguistique dans le modele de Gibson et
 A. Galves et M. Cassandro
 Universite Sao Paulo et Universita di Roma "La Sapienza"
15.30 - 16.00 : Pause/Break
16.00 The Role of Morphology in the Retrieval of Pronoun Antecedents.
 Marica de Vicenzi and Elisa di Domenico
 Instituto di Psicologia del CNR
16.45 : Grammar and Learnability : Some Root/non-Root Asymetries.
 Akira Watanabe
 Kanda University

Samedi / Saturday June 10
Auditorium H212
8.45: Dicourse Reference and Adverbial Quantification
 Inga Kohlhof
 University of Tuebingen
9.30: On the Representation of the Existential Readings
 Carmen Dobrovie Sorin
CNRS / Paris 7
10.15 - 10.45 : Pause / Break
10.45: On the relevance of Type of Predicates for NPI Licensing
 Myriam Uribe-Etxebarria
 University of California at Irvine
11.30: How exceptional are nominative anaphors
 Elena Anagnostopoulou and Martin Everaert
 Tilburg University / Utrecht University
12.15: La double structure des causatives
 Anne Abeille, Daniele Godard Philip Miller
Paris 7 / CNRS / Lille 3

A. Complementizers, Factivity and Relative Clauses - A. Roussou (Univ.
Bangor); B. Elements pour une approche typologique des elements pronominaux
-P. Pica & J. Bonneau (CNRS-UQAM); C. Split AGR and Subject Clitics in the
Northern Italian Dialects - C. Poletto (Padova); D. Internal Structure of
Consonants and why Affricates Exist - T. Sheer (Paris 7)

The Conference will be held at the University of Paris-8, Building H,
Auditorium H 212 and H201. For more information
call +33+1+
Fax +33+1+
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