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Mon Apr 6 1998


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  1. c. vakareliyska, FASL VII

Message 1: FASL VII

Date: Sat, 04 Apr 1998 13:25:42 -0800 (PST)
From: c. vakareliyska <vakarelOREGON.UOREGON.EDU>
Subject: FASL VII

		 Final Program

 Seventh Annual Workshop on
	Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics (FASL)

	 University of Washington, Seattle
		 May 8-10, 1998

Friday, May 8th, SMITH HALL 205

1:30 Registration Opens

1:45- 2:45 Poster Session

John Bailyn and Barbara Citko, SUNY at Stony Brook
"How 0-heads Determine the Morphology of (all) Slavic Predicates"

Vladimir Borschev and Barbara Partee, VINITI, Moscow and University of
Massachusetts, Amherst
"Semantic Types and the Russian Genitive Modifier Construction"

Steven Franks, Indiana University
"Optimality Theory and Clitics at PF"

Eric S. Komar, Princeton University
"Dative Subject in Russian Revisited: Are All Datives Created Equal?"

Alexei Kochetov, University of Toronto
"Phonological Contrasts and Phonetic Enhancements: Palatalized and Palatal
Coronals in Slavic Inventories"

Anna Kupsc, Universite Paris 7
"Negative Concord and Wh-Extraction in Polish"

2:45 Opening Remarks: Dean Michael Halleran, University of Washington

Session 1	Chair: Jindrich Toman, University of Michigan

2:50-3:30 	John Bailyn, SUNY at Stony Brook
	"The Status of Optionality in Analyses of Slavic Syntax"

3:30-4:10	Irina A. Sekerina, University of Pennsylvania
	"On-line Processing of Russian Scrambling Constructions: Evidence
from Eye Movement During Listening"

4:10-4:25 	BREAK

Session 2	Chair: Loren Billings

4:25-5:05 	Edit Jakab, Princeton University
	"Farewell to PRO in Serbian/Croatian and Hungarian Nonfinite and Finite

5:05-5:45 	Ilijana Krapova and Vassil Petkov, University of Plovdiv
		and USC
	"Subjunctive Complements, Null Subjects and Case Checking in Bulgarian"

5:45-6:00 	BREAK

6:00 -7:00	INVITED TALK: Barbara Partee, University of Massachusetts,
	"Copula Inversion Puzzles in English and Russian"

Saturday, May 9th, SAVERY HALL 239

Session 3	Chair: Cynthia Vakareliyska, University of Oregon

8:45-9:25 	Michael B. Smith, Oakland University
	"From Instrument to Irrealis: Motivating a Grammaticalized Sense of
Russian Instrumental"

9:25-10:05 	Mirjam Fried, University of Oregon
	"The 'Free' Dative in Czech: A Family of Constructions"

10:05-10:45	James Lavine, Princeton University
	"Subject Properties and Ergativity in North Russian and Lithuanian"

10:45-11:00 	BREAK

11:00-12:00 	INVITED TALK: Johanna Nichols, UC Berkeley
	"Slavic Reflexivization in Comparative Perspective"

12:00-1:30 	LUNCH BREAK

Session 4	Chair: George Fowler, Indiana University

1:30-2:10 	Darya Kavitskaya, UC Berkeley
	"Voicing Assimilations and the Schizophrenic Behavior of /v/ in

2:10-2:50 	Rami Nair, Northwestern University
	"Polish Voicing Assimilation and Final Devoicing: A New Analysis"

2:50-3:30 	Brett Hyde, Rutgers University
	"Overlapping Feet in Polish"

3:30-3:45 	BREAK

Session 5	Chair: Catherine Rudin, Wayne State College

3:45-4:25 	Ben Hermans, Tilburg University
	"Opaque Insertion Sites in Bulgarian"

4:25-5:05 	Andrew Caink, University of Wolverhampton
	"The South Slavic Clitic Cluster at the Lexical Interface"

5:05-5:45 	Arthur Stepanov, University of Connecticut
	"The Syntax of to-Complementation in Slavic"

5:45-6:15 	Business Meeting

8:00 PARTY, Waterfront Activities Center

Sunday, May 10th, SAVERY HALL 239

Session 6 	Chair: John Bailyn, SUNY at Stony Brook

8:45-9:25 	Barbara Citko, SUNY at Stony Brook
	"An Argument for Three Dimensionality"

9:25-10:05 	Sue Brown, Harvard University
	"Negated Yes/No Questions in Russian and Serbian/Croatian: Yes or No,
Both, Either, or Neither?"

10:05-10:45	Piotr Banski and Steven Franks, Indiana University
	"Approaches to 'Schizophrenic' Polish Person Agreement"

10:45-11:00 	BREAK

Session 7	Chair: Tracy Holloway King, Xerox PARC

11:00-11:40 	Marjorie McShane, Princeton University
	"The Interface of Syntactic, Lexico-semantic and Pragmatic Factors in
Determining the Eliptability of Russian Direct Objects with Definite Reference"

11:40-12:20 	Leonard H. Babby, Princeton University
	"Adjectives in Russian: Primary vs. Secondary Predication"

12:20-12:30 	BREAK

12:30-1:30 	INVITED TALK: David Pesetsky, MIT
	"Lifestyles of the _Which_ and Famous: How English is Really Bulgarian"

1:30 CLOSING REMARKS: Katarzyna Dziwirek, University of Washington

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