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Thu May 23 1996

Confs: Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics

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  1. Laboratory for Computational Linguistics, IATL 1996 Annual Meeting

Message 1: IATL 1996 Annual Meeting

Date: Wed, 22 May 1996 17:17:43 +0300
From: Laboratory for Computational Linguistics <>
Subject: IATL 1996 Annual Meeting
	 The Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics
			 1996 Annual Meeting
		 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
			 June 17-18, 1996

Following is the program of the IATL 1996 Annual Meeting, to be held
at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (the Maiersdorf Faculty Club,
room 502, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem) on Monday and Tuesday, June 17-18, 1996.

Monday, June 17

10:30-11:00 Coffee

11:00 Opening
11:10-12:10 Invited speaker - David Dowty, Ohio State University
 Argument Alternation and Semantic Predicate Transfer
12:10-12:50 Malka Rappaport Hovav, Bar Ilan University
 Two Kinds of Resultatives

12:50-14:30 Lunch break

14:30-15:10 Irit Meir, Hebrew University and University of Haifa
 Verb classifiers and noun incorporation in ISL
15:10-15:50 Regine Eckardt, Universitat Dusseldorf
 What does it mean, to be inside a VP? A new perspective on the
 stage level/individual level contrast
15:50-16:30 Graham Katz, University of Tuebingen
 Against underlying states

16:30-17:10 Coffee

17:10-17:50 Galia Hatav, University of Florida
 Coordination and the interpretation of situation types
17:50-18:30 Anita Mittwoch, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 Perfective Sentences Under Negation and Durative Adverbials

Tuesday, June 18

10:00-10:40 Andrew Simpson, SOAS, University of London
 Wh-licensing, movement and the locality of feature-checking
10:40-11:20 David Johnson and Shalom Lappin, IBM and SOAS, U. of London
 Wh-questions: unification in a typed feature structure grammar
 vs feature checking in the minimalist program
11:20-12:00 Victoria Blond, Bar Ilan University
 Multiple questions in Russian

12:00-13:40 Lunch

13:40-14:20 Miriam Engelhardt, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 The licensing of subjects in noun phrases
14:20-15:00 Mira Ariel, Tel Aviv University
 Grammaticalization of Person Agreement: An Accessibility
 vs. Markedness Account

15:00-15:40 Coffee

15:40-16:20 Danny Fox, MIT
 Economy, parsing and semantic interpretation
16:20-17:00 Jonathan Ginzburg, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 Sentence Fragments in Dialogue and why Generative Semantics
 got it (half) right.

 Sergey Avrutin and Bernhard Rohrbacher,
 Yale University and Brown University
 Syntax, discourse and licensing of pro in Russian

For more details please contact:
Dr. Edit Doron
English Department
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Mount Scopus, Jerusalem
phone: +972-2-883581
home: +972-2-784845
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