LINGUIST List 7.115

Thu Jan 25 1996

Confs: Inflection, 'Atomism' and Binding

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  1. Jeroen van de Weijer, Workshop on Inflection
  2. Jeroen van de Weijer, Program of the Workshop on 'Atomism' and Binding

Message 1: Workshop on Inflection

Date: Wed, 24 Jan 1996 11:00:51 +0100
From: Jeroen van de Weijer <>
Subject: Workshop on Inflection
Workshop on Inflection

On the occasion of the 7th International Morphology Meeting (Vienna, 16-18
February), a workshop on inflection will be held on Thursday 15 February,
13:00-19:00 in the Juridicum (Faculty of Law, University of Vienna),
Schottenbastei 10-16, Vienna (the same location as the conference).

The workshop is organised by Geert Booij (HIL/Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam).
All participants of the 7th International Morphology Meeting are welcome. The
scheduled time for each speaker is 35 minutes + 10 minutes discussion. The
program is as follows:

13:00	Kersti Borjars, Carol Chapman, Nigel Vincent `Paradigms, periphrases,
	and pro-drop: a feature-based account'

13:45	Dieter Wunderlich `Constructing inflectional paradigms'

14:30	Rolf Noyer `Mixed declensions'

15:15	Break

15:30	Angela Ralli `On the morphological status of inflectional features:
	evidence from Modern Greek'

16:15	Andrew Spencer `Inflection and derivation (or do we need nouns and 

17:00	Renate Raffelsiefen `A phonology-based criterion for disntinguishing 
	inflectional from derivation morphology'

17:45	Harald Baayen `Consequences of affixal homonymy for the processing of
	inflections in language comprehension: evidence from Dutch'

18:30	General discussion

19:00	End

Abstracts of the papers will be sent to those who have already indicated that
they will participate in the workshop. If you also want the abstracts, please
contact Geert Booij (e-mail:, fax 31-204446500).
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Message 2: Program of the Workshop on 'Atomism' and Binding

Date: Thu, 25 Jan 1996 16:54:32 +0100
From: Jeroen van de Weijer <>
Subject: Program of the Workshop on 'Atomism' and Binding
 Workshop on `Atomism' & Binding

at the Holland Institute of Generative Linguistics (HIL) / Leiden University
 15-17 February 1996


1st Day
Morning Session: Binding, Identity, and Thematic Configurations

9.00 - 10.00h (room 235)
Jeffrey Gruber (UQAM, Montreal): A Configurational Approach to Thematic Binding
10.00 - 11.00h (room 235)
Seth Minkoff (Providence University): Logophoricity : A Thematic Approach


11.30 - 12.30h (room 003)
Robert May (UCI) & Robert Fiengo (CUNY): Anaphora, Identity, and Belief
12.30 - 13.00h (room 003)
Comments and discussion led by Hans den Besten (University of Amsterdam/HIL)

Afternoon Session:
Binding, Propositions, and Events

14.00 - 15.00h (room 003)
Zygmunt Frajzyngier (University of Colorado): Logophoricity, Switch
Reference, and the Binding of Pronouns
15.00 - 16.00h (room 003)
Gertjan Postma (Leiden University/HIL): Reflexives, Reciprocals and BE


16.30 - 17.30h (room 003)
William Snyder (University of Connecticut): Binding and Events
17.30 - 18.00h (room 003)
Comments and discussion led by Johan Rooryck (Leiden University/HIL)


2nd Day: room 028

Morning Session: Binding, DRT, and (Co)reference

9.00 - 10.00h
Hans Kamp (Institut fu"r Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung, Stuttgart):
Reference and Coreference: Real or Stipulated?
10.00 - 11.00h
Arild Hestvik (Bergen University) & Stephen Berman (Stuttgart University):
Principle B, DRT, and Plural Pronouns


11.30 - 12.30h
Aaron Broadwell (State University of New York, Albany): Binding-theoretic
Approaches to Switch-Reference

12.30 - 13.00h
Discussion led by Marcel den Dikken (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam/HIL)

Afternoon Session: Levels of Representation and Referential Dependencies

14.00 - 15.00h
Jan Koster (University of Groningen): Anaphora and the Unity of Grammar
15.00 - 16.00h
Jim Higginbotham (Oxford College): On the Domain of Binding Theory


16.30 - 17.30h
Howard Lasnik (University of Connecticut): Levels of Representation and the
Elements of Anaphora
17.30 - 18.00h
Comments and discussion led by Pieter Muysken (University of Amsterdam/HIL)

Conference Buffet


3rd Day: room 235

Morning Session: Binding and interfaces

9.00 - 10.00h
Eric Reuland (University of Utrecht): Binding and Interpreting
10.00 - 11.00h
Martin Everaert (University of Utrecht): PF Constraints on Binding


11.30 - 12.30h
Chris Tancredi (Yokohama University): De se, De re Interpretations of `soi'
and Propositional Attitudes
12.30 - 13.00h
Comments and discussion led by Aafke Hulk (University of Amsterdam/HIL)

Afternoon Session: Selected Topics

14.00 - 14.30h
Hajime Hoji (Univ. of Southern California): Sloppy Identity and Bound
Variable Anaphora
14.30 - 15.00h
Norvin Richards (MIT): Competition and Disjoint Reference
15.00 - 15.30h
Samir Khalaily (Leiden University/HIL): 'He himself' in the Subject
Position of the Complement of Propositional Attitude Verbs & the Binding


16.00 - 16.30h
Ayumi Ueyama (Univ. of Southern California): Absence of Weak Crossover
Effects and the Clause Type Theory
16.30 - 17.00h
Hamida De'mirdache (Univ. of British Columbia): Condition C

Final Session
17.00 - 18.00h
Pierre Pica (CNRS, Paris): Binding and the Ontology of Grammar
18.00 - 18.30h
Comments and discussion led by Hans Bennis (Leiden University/HIL)


For further information, please contact
The organizing committee consists of:
 Hans Bennis (HIL),
 Pierre Pica (CNRS),
 Johan Rooryck (HIL),

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