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Confs: Pragmatics, Formal Ling. (WCCFL XVI)

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Message 1: Pragmatics Conference

Date: Wed, 19 Feb 1997 18:18:45 +0100 (MEZ)
From: Martin Hartung <mhartungmail.uni-freiburg.de>
Subject: Pragmatics Conference


Wie in den beiden vergangenen Jahren auch, veranstaltet das
Pragmatische Kolloquium Freiburg vom 5. bis 7. Maerz 1997 erneut eine
Arbeitstagung "Neuere Entwicklungen in der Gespraechsforschung", die
Doktoranden und Postdoktoranden Gelegenheit geben soll, ihre Projekte,
Methoden und Arbeitsprobleme im Bereich Pragmatik / Gespraechsanalyse
darzustellen und intensiv zu diskutieren. Die Tagung findet statt in
der Universtitaet Freiburg, Kollegiengebaeude IV, 4.Stock, Raum 4429.

Weitere Informationen finden sich auf unserem WWW-Server
http://ella.phil.uni-freiburg.de/gk/tag97.htm

KONTAKT:
Martin Hartung (mhartungmail.uni-freiburg.de)
Kandelstr.1
79261 Gutach

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				 PROGRAMM


Mittwoch 5. Maerz 1997

9:30 Begruessung
10:00 Stephan Habscheid (Chemnitz)
	Sprachthematisierung als Methode der Unternehmensberatung
11:00 Alexander Brock (Leipzig)
	Ein integratives Modell der Humorrezeption?
12:00 Birgit Apfelbaum (Hildesheim)
	Sprecherwechselorganisation in Situationen des Gespraechsdolmetschens 
	- Eine Fallstudie am Beispiel von deutsch-franzosischen 
	Fachschulungen

13:00 - 15:00 Mittagspause

15:00 Martin Hartung (Freiburg)
	Ironische Aeusserungen - Eine gespraechsanalytische Begriffsbestimmung
16:00 Frank Juergens (Greifswald)
	Syntaktische Kategorien der gesprochenen Sprache
17:00 Ingo Warnke (Kassel)
	Strategiehorizonte bei der Vermittlung juristischer Inhalte an Laien


Donnerstag 6. Maerz 1997

10:00 Andreas Hepp (Trier)
	Fernsehaneignung - Ueber Formen, Raeume und Stile der 
	kommunikativen Aneignung von Fernsehen
11:00 Michael Klemm (Chemnitz)
	Sprachhandeln waehrend der Fernsehrezeption 
12:00 Heike Baldauf (Chemnitz)
	Aeusserungsformen emotionaler Beteiligung: Schreien und Stohnen

13:00 - 15:00 Mittagspause

15:00 Angela Porst (Chemnitz)
	Die Grenzen der Wirklichkeit - Kommunikative Konstruktionen von 
 Wirklichkeit bei der Fernsehrezeption
16:00 Christina Neidert (Braunschweig)
	Imagearbeit in Fernsehserien - kontrastiv
17:00 Gabriele Berkenbusch (Tuebingen)
	La radio que tu haces! Der Radiohorer als Protagonist? 
	Aspekte der Gespraechssteuerung
	

Freitag 7. Maerz 1997

10:00 Tilo Weber (Halle)
	Praeferenzstrukturen fuer Reparaturen in Alltagsgespraechen
11:00 Stefan Rabanus (Greifswald)
	Kontrastive Intonationsforschung auf sprechakttheoretischer Grundlage
12:00 Roland Kehrein (Greifswald)
	Linguistik der Emotionen - Intonation

13:00 - 15:00 Mittagspause

15:00 Stephan Schlickau (Muenchen)
	Multimediale Lernsoftware im Fremdsprachenunterricht
16:00 Markus Nickl (Erlangen)
	Texte im WWW: Innovation und Kontinuitaet
17:00 Katrin Bischl (Mannheim)
	Selbstdarstellungsstrategien von Unternehmen in Mitarbeiterzeitungen
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Message 2: Announcement/Schedule for WCCFL XVI

Date: Tue, 18 Feb 1997 13:55:35 -0800 (PST)
From: Linguistics <wccflu.washington.edu>
Subject: Announcement/Schedule for WCCFL XVI


Anncouncing West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics XVI - Final
Schedule!

Hosted by the University of Washington
Department of Linguistics
February 28, 1997- March 2, 1997

Questions? Email wccflu.washington.edu

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SCHEDULE

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1997
(In the HUB (Husky Union Building), room 310)

	8:30	REGISTRATION
	8:50	WELCOME: Frederick J. Newmeyer, Chair, Department of
Linguistics
		
Session 1 --Syntax: Tense and Aspect
	9:00 - 9:30	Hamida Demirdache (University of British Columbia)
and Myriam Uribe-Etxebarria (UC Irvine) -- The Syntax of Temporal
Relations -- A Uniform Approach to Tense and Aspect
	9:30 - 10:00	Christina Schmitt (Michigan State University) --
Against VP Aspect as a Formal Feature
	10:00 - 10:30	Vivienne Fong (Stanford) -- Lexical Aspect and
Locative Predication

		-- Break --

Session 2 -- Syntax/Semantics Interface
	11:00 - 11:30	Maribel Romero (UMass Amherst) -- The Correlation
between Scope Reconstruction and Connectivity Effects
	11:30 - 12:00	Chung-hye Han (UPenn) -- Representing Rhetorical
Wh- Questions at LF Interface Level
	12:00 - 12:30	Jeanne Cornillon (SOAS/University of London) --
Negative Concord Terms vs. Expletives in Negative Chains and the Principle
of FI

		-- Lunch Break --

Session 3 --Phonology
	1:30 - 2:00	Bernard Tranel (UC Irvine) -- Suppletion and OT:
On the Issue of the Syntax/Phonology Interaction
	2:00 - 2:30	Mark Hale, Charles Reiss (Concordia University),
and Madelyn Kissock (Boston University/University of Southern Maine) --
What is Output? Output-Output Correspondance in OT Phonology

		-- Break --

	2:45- 3:15	Brett Baker (U. Sydney/UMass Amherst) -- Edge
Crispness Effects in Moraic Structure
	3:15 - 3:45	Revithiadou Anthi (Holland Institute of Generative
Linguistics/Leiden University) -- Lexical Marks in Unmarked Position

		--- Break --

Session 4 --Syntax
	4:00 - 4:30	Antonia Androutsopoulou (UCLA/CUNY) -- Split DP's,
Focus, and Scrambling in Modern Greek	
	4:30 - 5:00	Enrique Mallen (Texas A&M) -- Constraints on the
Prenominal Sphere in DP in Germanic
	5:00 - 5:30	Michel Degraff (MIT) -- Non-verbal Predication in
Haitian and in Irish
	5:30 - 6:00	C. Jakubowicz and L. Nash (Laboratoire de
Psychologie Exprimentale, Universit de Paris) -- Acquisition of
Determiners and Syntactic Clitics by French-speaking Children with
Developmental Language Disorders (DLD): Computation and Vocabulary
Insertion



SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1997
	
	(In Savery Hall, room 239)
	(Book Display in Savery Hall, room 131(basement))

	8:30 - 9:00 	REGISTRATION

Session 5 -- Syntax: Superiority
	9:00 - 9:30	Zeljko Boskovic (UConn) -- Multiple Wh-fronting
and Economy of Derivation
	9:30 - 10:00	Norvin Richards (MIT) -- Shortest Moves to
(Anti)Superiority
	10:00 - 10:30	Martina Wiltschko (University of British Columbia
/University of Vienna) -- Superiority in German

		-- Break --

Session 6 -- Syntax: Optimality
	11:00 - 11:30	Hye-Won Choi (USC) -- Focus and Binding in
Scrambling; An OT Account
	11:30 - 12:00	Ed Keer and Eric Bakovic (Rutgers) -- Have Faith
in Syntax

		-- Lunch Break --

Session 7 -- Phonology
	1:30 - 2:00	Daniel L. Everett (UPittsburgh) -- Syllable
Integrity
	2:00 - 2:30	Laura J. Downing (University of British Columbia)
- Morphological Correspondence Constraints on Bantu Reduplication

		-- Break --

	2:45 - 3:15	Mary M. Bradshaw (Ohio State University) --
Voice-Tone Interaction -- A Phonetics-Phonology Mismatch
	3:15 - 3:45	Yoko Futagi (Rutgers) -- Root-Reduplicant
Faithfulness

		-- Break --

Session 8 -- Semantics
	4:00 - 4:30 	Hamida Demirdache ((University of British
Columbia) -- On the Temporal Location of Predication Times: The Role of
Determiners in Salish		
	4:30 - 5:00	Jianxin Wu (UMaryland) -- A Model Theoretic
Approach to A-not-A Questions in Chinese
	5:00 - 5:30	Christine Brisson (Rutgers) -- On Definite Plural
Nouns and the Meaning of 'all'

	-- Business Meeting --

	6:00	Reception at the home of Karen Zagona and Heles Contreras



SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1997 	

(In Savery Hall, room 239)

Session 9 -- Syntax: Anaphora
	9:30 - 10:00	Jeffrey T. Runner (University of Rochester) -- BT
Exempt Anaphors: An Argument from Idiom Interpretation
	10:00 - 10:30	Hajime Hoji (USC) -- Otagai
	10:30 - 11:00	Martha McGinnis (MIT) -- Reflexive External
Arguments and Lethal Ambiguity

		-- Brunch Break --

Session 10 -- Syntax
	11:30 - 12:00	Takashi Toyoshima (Kyoto University/Cornell) --
Subject Shift: Small case for Strong Case
	12:00 - 12:30	James Lyle (University of Washington) and Michael
Gamon (Microsoft Research) -- Multiple Subject Constructions in English
	12:30 - 1:00	Masao Ochi (UConn) -- Move or Attract?

Alternate Presenters:

	Maarten de Wind (University of Amsterdam) -- Attract F and
accusative Case-checking in French Stylistic Inversion
	Ping Xue and Paul McFetridge (Simon Fraser University) -- Verb
Complementation, Null Pronominals and Binding

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WCCFL XVI PRE-REGISTRATION FORM

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	WCCFL XVI
	Department of Linguistics
	University of Washington
	Box 354340
	Seattle, Washington 98195-4340
	USA


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