LINGUIST List 7.110

Wed Jan 24 1996

Confs: Penn Linguistics Colloquium, Tertiary Literacy

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  1. Rajesh Bhatt, Schedule for the 20th Penn Linguistics Colloquium
  2. Peter White, Urgent conference info

Message 1: Schedule for the 20th Penn Linguistics Colloquium

Date: Wed, 24 Jan 1996 14:23:15 EST
From: Rajesh Bhatt <bhattBABEL.ling.upenn.edu>
Subject: Schedule for the 20th Penn Linguistics Colloquium

Schedule for the 20th Penn Linguistics Colloquium
February 17 and 18, 1996

The Colloquium will be held in Room 1206 of Steinberg-Dietrich
Hall, 3620 Locust Walk, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
The invited speaker will be Dr. Norbert Hornstein from the 
University of Maryland, College Park. For crash space send email 
to alexisbabel.ling.upenn.edu . More information is available at
the following URL:
http://www.ling.upenn.edu/plc20/plc20.html 
or by sending email to plc20babel.ling.upenn.edu


Saturday, the 17th of February

Psycholinguistics and Semantics
9.00-9.30
The Development of Aspect
Laura Wagner, University of Pennsylvania

9.30-10.00
Indirect Binding In Relative Clauses
Yael Sharvit, Rutgers University

10.00-10.30
The Status Change of Japanese Temporal Adverbial Clauses in SLA
Yoichi Miyamoto and Yasuko Takata, Ohio University

10.30-10.45 Coffee Break

Phonology
10.45-11.15
Why NOCODA is No Vowel to Syllable Alignment
Randall S. Gess, University of Utah

11.15-11.45
ODT, the OCP, and Mende Tone
Paul Kingsbury, University of Pennsylvania

11.45-12.15
Alliterative Concord in Phonology Free Syntax
Alexis Dimitriadis, University of Pennsylvania

12.15-1.30 Lunch

Syntax
1.30-2.00
Quantificational Antecedents and Noncoreference Constraints
Marc Authier, University of Ottawa and Lisa Reed, Penn State University

2.00-2.30
PRO Cliticization and the Analysis of Control
Roger A. Martin, University of Connecticut

2.30-3.00 
Have/be alternation in Inalienable Possession Contexts
and the Licensing of DPs
Manuel Espanol-Echevarria, UCLA

3.00-3.15 Coffee Break

Sociolinguistics and the history of linguistics
3.15-3.45
Randomness or Constant Motivation?: Forms of Address in Early Golden-Age
Peninsular Spanish
Kormi Anipa, University of Cambridge, England

3.45-4.15
The Multifaceted Nature of Creole Portuguese
Gerardo Augusto Lorenzino, CUNY - Graduate Center

4.15-4.45
Structuralist and Generative Ideas in the Grammatica of Andrea Bello
Luizete Guimaraes Barros, Universidade Federale de Santa Catarina, Brazil

4.45-5.00 Coffee Break

5-6.30 Talk by invited speaker 
Norbert Hornstein,
University of Maryland, College Park
Title TBA

Sunday, the 18th of February

Sociolinguistics
10.00-10.30
Adverb Placement in L2 French
Gillian Sankoff, University of Pennsylvania

10.30-11.00
Outer Banks African-American English: A Hundred Years of Solitude
Walt Wolfram, NCSU and Kirk Hazen, NC,CH and NCSU

11.00-11.15 Coffee Break

Pragmatics and Semantics
11.15-11.45
A Variably Strict Conditional Analysis of the Direct/Indirect Contrast
Lisa Reed, Penn State University

11.45-12.15 
An Extended Event Structure Approach for Lexical Semantics
Stefan Engelberg, U. of Wuppertal, Germany

12.15-12.45
Overt Tail-Marking in Japanese
Lizanne Kaise, Yale University

12.45-1.15
The Information Status of Conditionals with special reference to Korean Data
Chang Bong Lee, University of Pennsylvania

1.15-2.30 Lunch

Semantics
2.30-3.00
Epistemic:Root::Particular:General
Ginny Brennan, Vanderbilt University

3.00-3.30
Universal and Existential Focus on Conditionals 
Leslie Gabriele, Indiana University

3.30-4.00
Interpretation of Pitch accent as an Accomodated Theme
Hae-Kyung Wee, Indiana University

Alternates:

1. Thirteenth Century Oral Resonances: The Case of the Valenciennes Chronicle
Charles L. Pooser, Indiana University

2. Verb Raising in Questions
Anne Vainikka, University of Pennsylvania




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Message 2: Urgent conference info

Date: Wed, 24 Jan 1996 14:34:56 +1000
From: Peter White <peterwlingua.cltr.uq.OZ.AU>
Subject: Urgent conference info
				URGENT!

 conference on
 TERTIARY LITERACY: RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
 Friday and Saturday 15-16 MARCH 1996
 at
 VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, MELBOURNE

CORRECTION TO TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS INFORMATION

The brochure for this conference has an incorrect number for travel
arrangements. The paragraph should read:

Ansett Australia has been appointed official airline for the Conference
and is offering a conference fare of up to 45% off the full economy
airfare. The fares are subject to availability at the time of booking,
changes are permitted and cancellation fees apply. Delegates wishing to
take advantage of this offer can contact Flight Centre Corporate
on 1800 632 654 and quote the masterfile number TLR01.

Please pass this information on to anyone who is interested.

For further details, Please contact:
Zosia Golebiowski
Tertiary Literacy Conference
Dept. of Education
Footscray Campus
Victoria University of Technology
PO Box 14428 MMC Melbourne
Victoria 8001 Australia

Tel: (03) 9688 5026
Fax: (03) 9688 4646

Email: tlc96dingo.vut.edu.au
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