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Date: Sat, 17 Jun 1995 16:54:19 ICL 1995, SEOUL: 3RD AND FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT, AND PROGRAM
From: KIM Tae-ok <ktaeokccs.sogang.ac.kr>
Subject: ICL 1995, SEOUL: 3RD AND FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT, AND PROGRAM


 1995 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LINGUISTICS
 MARKING THE 20 ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDATION OF
 THE LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF KOREA
 JULY 3 - 7, 1995
 PAIKNAM MUSIC HALL, HANYANG UNIVERSITY
 SEOUL, KOREA
 ORGANIZED BY
 THE LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF KOREA

INVITED SPEAKERS
 Jeanette K. GUNDEL (USA, University of Minnesota)
 Roland R. HAUSSER (Germany, Universit=84t N=81rnberg-Erlangen)
 Paul KIPARSKY (USA, Stanford University)
 Ivan SAG (USA, Stanford University)
 Joseph P. STEMBERGER (USA, University of Minnesota)
 Dong-Whee YANG (Korea)

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

MONDAY, JULY 3, 1995

09:00- Registration
10:00- Opening Ceremony
10:50- Break
11:00- Session 1: KIPARSKY 1
12:20- Lunch
13:20- Session 2: HAUSSER 1
14:40- Break
14:50- Session 3: SAG 1
16:10- Break
16:20- Session 4: YANG 1

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1995

09:30- Session 5: SAG 2
10:50- Break
11:00- Session 6: YANG 2
12:20- Lunch
13:20- Session 7: STEMBERGER 1
14:40- Break
14:50- Session 8: KIPARSKY 2
16:10- Break
16:20- Session 9: GUNDEL 1

WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1995

09:30- Session 10: HAUSSER 2
10:50- Break
11:00- Session 11: GUNDEL 2
12:20- Lunch
13:20- Session 12: STEMBERGER 2
14:40- Break
14:50- Paper Presentation 1
16:10- Break
16:20- Paper Presentation 2

THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1995

09:30- Session 13: YANG 3
10:50- Break
11:00- Session 14: HAUSSER 3
12:20- Lunch
13:20- Session 15: KIPARSKY 3
14:40- Break
14:50- Panel Discussion on Korean Linguistics
16:10- Break
16:20- Panel Discussion on Korean Linguistics (continued)

FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1995

09:30- Session 16: GUNDEL 3
10:50- Break
11:00- Session 17: STEMBERGER 3
12:20- Lunch
13:20- Session 18: SAG 3
14:40- Break
14:50- Paper Presentation 3
16:10- Break
16:20- Paper Presentation 4
18:00- Reception

LECTURE TITLES

Jeanette K. GUNDEL
 1. Cognitive Status and Linguistic Form. I.
 Reference and the Givenness Hierarchy
 2. Cognitive Status and Linguistic Form. II.
 A Cross-linguistic Study of Referring Expressions
 3. Cognitive Status and Linguistic Form. III.
 Syntax and Topic-Comment Structure

Roland R. HAUSSER
 Database Semantics for the Interpretation of Natural Language
 1. SLIM Theory of Language: Building a Robot
 that Can Communicate in Natural Language
 2. Theoretical Foundations: Comparing Different Types of
 Semantics, their Syntax and their Complexity
 3. Computational Implementation: Semantic and Pragmatic
 Interpretation of Natural Language in an Extended Database

Paul KIPARSKY
 1. Variation and Optimality Theory: Quantitative Effects of
 Categorial Constraints
 2. Markedness and Linguistic Hierarchies
 3. Exploring Typological Space: Harmony Systems

Ivan SAG
 1. Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar:
 A Tutorial Overview of Current Theory
 2. Issues in French and Universal Grammar
 3. Extraction without Transformations or Traces

Joseph P. STEMBERGER
 Optimality Theory and Phonological Development
 1. Basic Issues of Optimality Theory
 2. Syllables and Feet in Phonological Development
 3. Segmental Development

Dong-Whee YANG
 1. Recent Developments in the Minimalist Program:
 The Attract-F Theory
 2. Motivations and Prospects of the Attract-F Theory
 3. The Korean Case Structure in the Attract-F Theory

PANEL DISCUSSION ON KOREAN LINGUISTICS
Subject Linguistics in North Korea: Its Background and Current Trend
Paper Presentation:
 Kwang Chung (Korea Univ.)
 Ha-Soo Kim (Yonsei Univ.)
 Min-su Kim (Korea Univ.)
 Hyon-Sook Shin (Sang Myung Women's Univ.)
 Jae-kee Shim (Seoul National Univ.)

REGISTRATION
Anyone who wants to participate in the Conference is suggested to send a
registration form containing one's NAME IN FULL, AFFILIATION, ADDRESS,
PHONE NUMBER (office/home), ONE'S STATUS (regular member, student, or
non-member). If the reader has Korean name, namely in "Hangeul", he or she
is required to include his or her Korean name. On-site registration is
also possible.=20

Tae-ok Kim
President, Professor of English and Linguistics
The Linguistic Society of Korea Dept. of English, Sogang University

Young-Seok Kim
Secretary General, Professor of English and Linguistics
The Linguistic Society of Korea Dept. of English, Sogang University

The Linguistic Society of Korea Phone: +82 2 706 5526
c/o Department of English Fax: +82 2 705 8291
Sogang University Email: ktaeokccs.sogang.ac.kr
Seoul, 121-742, South Korea
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