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Sat Jul 25 1998

Confs: ESSLLI-98

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  1. Detmar Meurers, Germanic Syntax Workshop at ESSLLI-98

Message 1: Germanic Syntax Workshop at ESSLLI-98

Date: Fri, 24 Jul 1998 16:06:46 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Detmar Meurers <>
Subject: Germanic Syntax Workshop at ESSLLI-98

Program and Call for Participation for the Workshop on

 Saarbruecken, 17. - 21. August 1998

 organized as part of the 10th European Summer School
 in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI) by
 Tibor Kiss (IBM Germany) and Detmar Meurers (Univ. Tuebingen)

Monday, 17. August:

Tibor Kiss (IBM Germany):
Introduction: Empirical Problems in the Study of Germanic Syntax

Bob Carpenter (Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories):
German Word Order and ``Linearization'' in Type-Logical Grammar

Frank Richter & Manfred Sailer (Univ. Tuebingen):
Complementizers and Finite Verbs in German Sentence Structure

Tuesday, 18. August:

Per Anker Jensen & Peter Skadhauge (South. Denmark Business School):
Linearization and Diathetic Alternations in Danish

 Stefan Mueller (DFKI GmbH):
 Case in German -- An HPSG Analysis

 Detmar Meurers (Univ. Tuebingen):
 Raising Spirits (and assigning them case)

Wednesday, 19. August:

 Frank van Eynde (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven):
 Functional Projections and Dutch Complementizers

 Invited Speaker:
 Hans Uszkoreit (Univ. des Saarlandes / DFKI GmbH):
 On the Distribution of Extraposed Relative Clauses

Thursday, 20. August:

Jonas Kuhn (Univ. Stuttgart):
Resource Sensitivity in the Syntax-Semantics Interface and the
German Split NP Construction

 Kordula De Kuthy (Univ. des Saarlandes):
 Splitting PP arguments from NPs -- An Argument
 Raising Approach and Its Interaction with Lexical Semantics

 Judith Berman (Univ. Stuttgart): 
 On the Syntax of Correlative `Es' and Finite Clauses in 
 German -- An LFG Analysis

Friday, 21. August: 

 Adam Bodomo (Univ. of Hong Kong):
 A Lexical Semantic Analysis of `faa' Complex Predicates in

 Lutz Gunkel (FU Berlin)
 Causatives in German


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