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Confs: 2nd Hispanic Linguistic Symposium

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Message 1: 2nd Hispanic Lingusitic Symposium

Date: Sat, 29 Aug 1998 01:28:19 -0400
From: Fernando Martinez-Gil <martinez-gil.1osu.edu>
Subject: 2nd Hispanic Lingusitic Symposium


SECOND HISPANIC LINGUISTICS SYMPOSIUM /
SEGUNDO SIMPOSIO DE LINGUISTICA HISPANICA

October 9-11, 1998

The Ohio State University

The FAWCETT CENTER,
2400 Olentangy River Road,
Columbus, OH. 43210-10027)

PROGRAM


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 (Room 4):

9:00-9:15	Opening remarks.

9:30-10:00 Lee Hartman, Southern Illinois University: "Parsing Spanish
_solo_"

10:00-10:30 Cristina Sanz, Georgetown University: "Spanish teacher
talk: complexity and word order"

10:30-11:00 Ronald P. Leow, Georgetown University: "Attention,
awareness, and theforeign language classroom"

11:00-11:30 James F. Lee, University of Illinois, Urbana: "On levels
of processing and on levels of comprehension"

11:30-1:00 Lunch Break

1:00-1:30 Maria Fernandez, Michigan State University: (TBA)

1:30-2:00 Paola Dussias, University of Illinois, Urbana: "The
function-word effect in Spanish-English codeswitching: what eye-
tracking can tell us"

2:00-2:30 Carmen Garcia Fernandez, University of Virginia: "Requesting
for a service: strategies used by Venezuelan women"

2:30-3:00 Elena Ruzickova, Miami University: "Cuban facework:
politeness strategies in requests, apologies and compliment responses"

3:00-3:30 Coffee Break

3:30-4:00 Diane Ringer Uber, The College of Wooster: "Forms of address
in the commercial Spanish of five Latin American cities

4:00-4:30 MaryEllen Garcia, University of Texas, San Antonio:
"Evidence from _nomas_in a bilingual dialect"

4:30-5:00 Pat Lunn, Michigan State University: The domino effect:
changes in subjunctive usage in Quito

5:00-5:30 Coffee Break

5:30-6:00 Kenneth Wireback, Miami University: "On the velarization of
/n/ in Cuban radio broadcasting"

6:00-6:30 Claudia Parodi, UCLA: "The agreement system of Los Angeles
Spanish and the media"
	
6:30-7:00 Liliana Sanchez, Carnegie Mellon University: "D0 features
and the direct object pronominal system of Andean Spanish"

7:30-9:00 Welcoming Reception at the
Faucett Center's Alumni Lounge


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 (parallel sessions)

Session A (Rooms 6-7):

8:30-9:00 Luis Lopez, University of Missouri: "On the syntax of
contrastive focus: evidence from VP-ellipsis"

9:00-9:30 Jose Camacho, Rutgers University: "A focus auxiliary in
dialects of Spanish"

9:30-10:00 Eugenia Casielles, Wayne State University: "Notes on the
topic-focus articulation"

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-11:00 Enrique Mallen, Texas A&M University: "Predicate inversion
in Spanish"

11:00-11:30 Francisco Ordonez, University of Illinois-Urbana: "Subject
inversion in Romance and predicate raising"

11:30-12:00 Hector Campos, Georgetown University: "Three types of
subject raising in Spanish"

12:00-1:30 Lunch Break

1:30-2:00 Juan Martin, University of Toledo: "The syntax and semantics
of Spanish accusative _a_"

2:00-2:00 Luis Silva-Villar, UCLA: "Diachronic qualitative studies on
minimalist operations"

2:30-3:00 Marta Lujan, The University of Texas, Austin: "Minimalist
Bello: basic categories in Bello's grammar"

3:00-3:30 Coffee Break

3:30-4:00 Raul Aranovich, University of Texas, San Antonio: "Blocking
of Spanish reflexives in the hierarchical lexicon"

4:00-4:30 Paula Kempchinsky, University of Iowa: "On the nature of
Condition B"

4:30-5:00 Karen Zagona, University of Washington: "Some effects of
NP-movement on aspectual construal"

5:00-5:30 Coffee Break

5:30-6:00 James Harris, MIT: "The legend of nasal depalatalization"

6:00-6:30 Heles Contreras, University of Washington: "The range of
syntactic parametrization"

7:30-9:30 Dinner at the Faucett Center's Alumni Lounge


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10

Session B (Rooms 8-9):

9:00-9:30 Robert M. Hammond, Purdue University: "The non-occurrence of
the phone [rr] in the Spanish sound system"

9:30-10:00 Holly J. Nibert, Pennsylvania State University: "A
production/perception study of the phrase accent in Spanish
intonation"

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-11:00 Carlos E. Pineros, Central Michigan University:
"Head-dependence in_jerigonza_, a Spanish language game"

11:00-11:30 Eric Holt, University of South Carolina: "The moraic
status of consonants from Latin to Hispano-Romance: the case of
obstruents"

11:30-12:00 John M. Lipski, University of New Mexico: "The many faces
of Spanish /s/-weakening: (re)alignment and ambisyllabicity"

12:00-1:30 Lunch Break

1:30-2:00 Jose I. Hualde, University of Illinois, Urbana: "Patterns in
the lexicon: hiatus with unstressed high vowels in Spanish"

2:00-2:00 Ellen M. Kaisse, University of Washington: "The syllabic
position of glides in Spanish: insights from Pasiego vowel harmony"

2:30-3:00 Sonia Colina, Arizona State University: "Re-examining
Spanish glides: the hiatus/diphthong alternation and analogically
conditioned variation in vocoid sequences"

3:00-3:30 Coffee Break

3:30-4:00 Mario Saltarelli, University of Southern California: (TBA)

4:00-4:30 Alfonso Morales-Front, Georgetown University: "The role of
templates in the acquisition of phonology"

4:30-5:00 Regina Morin, The College of New Jersey: "Spanish
substantives: how many classes?"

5:00-5:30 Coffee Break


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11 (parallel sessions)

Session A (Rooms 6-7):

9:00-9:30 Rafael Nunez-Cedeno, University of Illinois, Chicago: "On
interpreting generic (pro)nouns in Spanish"

9:30-10:00 Scott Schwenter, Ball State University: "Two types of
scalar particles: evidence from Spanish"

10:00-10:30 Sarah Harmon and Almerindo Ojeda, University of
California, Davis: "Mass-neuter in _Obra de agricultura_"

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-11:30 Cristina Schmitt, Michigan State University / ZAS-Berlin:
"_Todo_ and _every_: semantic similarities, syntactic differences"

11:30-12:00 Elena Herburger, Georgetown University: "Interpreting
Negative Concord"

12:00-12:30 Errapel Mejias-Vicandi, University of Nebraska:
"Prenominal adjectives andWh-extraction"


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11
Session B (Rooms 8-9):

9:00-9:30 Jose del Valle, Miami University / University of Virginia:
"Language policy and linguistic culture in Galicia"

9:30-10:00 Frank Nuessel, University of Louisville: "Linguistic theory
and discourse in_Don Quijote_"

10:00-10:30 Ray Harris-Northall, University of Wisconsin-Madison:
"Official use of the vernacular in the 13th century: Medieval Spanish
language policy?"

10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-11:30 Thomas Walsh, Georgetown University: "The etymology of
Spanish _atinar_

11:30-12:00 Joel Rini, University of Virginia: "The directionality of
leveling in the Old Spanish verbal paradigm distillable from
resistance to language shift: the case of Spanish _dormir_, _morir_
(and _podrir_)"

12:00-12:30 Steven N. Dworkin, University of Michigan: "Syntax and
lexical loss: the fate of Old Spanish in Spanish _y_ and _ende_"


Organizing Committee:
Fernando Martinez-Gil and Javier Gutierrez-Rexach (Dept. of Spanish
and Portuguese, The Ohio State University)

Symposium Coordinator: Fernando Martinez-Gil

Registration:
Free for students; $20.00 for others before September 20th,
1998. After September 20th and onsite registration will be $30.00.

For further information, including registration form and hotel
reservations, please contact: Fernando Martinez-Gil, Second Hispanic
Linguistics Symposium Coordinator, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese,
The Ohio State University, 266 Cunz Hall, 1841 Millikin Rd., Columbus,
Oh 43210-1229 Tel. (614) 292-1981 / Fax (614) 292-7726 E-mail:
martinez-gil.1osu.edu

Fernando Martinez-Gil,
Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese
The Ohio State University
martinez-gil.1osu.edu
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