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LINGUIST List 17.1724

Tue Jun 06 2006

Confs: General Ling/Bilbao, Spain

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        1.    Rebeka Campos, 2006 BIDE (Bilbao-Deusto) Student Conference in Linguistics


Message 1: 2006 BIDE (Bilbao-Deusto) Student Conference in Linguistics
Date: 05-Jun-2006
From: Rebeka Campos <rebekacausc.edu>
Subject: 2006 BIDE (Bilbao-Deusto) Student Conference in Linguistics



2006 BIDE (Bilbao-Deusto) Student Conference in Linguistics
Short Title: BIDE'06


Date: 15-Jun-2006 - 17-Jun-2006
Location: Bilbao, Spain
Contact: Rebeka Campos
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://littera.deusto.es/bide

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Theoretical, Experimental, Applied, and Computational Linguistics

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2006
10:00 - Registration (Breakfast)

11:00 - Opening Act of BIDE 2006 - Keynote speaker
Karlos Arregi, University Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
''Split Questions''
12:00 - Break

12:30 - ''Ellipsis and Negative Fragments Answers''
Lobke Aelbrecht, Catholic University of Brussels

1:00 - ''Negative fragments and the syntax of constituent negation''
Luis Vicente, Leiden University

1:30- Lunch

16:00 - ''The Hebrew niCCaC Template: Two Patterns of Verbal Passivization?''
Lior Laks, Tel-Aviv University

16:30 - ''Reanalyzing the Theme Vowel in Portuguese''
Veronika Pulai, Eotvos Lorand University

17:00 - Break

17:30 - ''Agreement errors elicited by objects- percolation or interference?''
Jana Häussler, University of Konstanz

18:00 - Invited Speaker: Iván Ortega, University of Maryland at College Park
''On Long Distance Agreement, Incrementality and left-to-right Syntax''

20:00 - Rock Concert: '' Mala Hierba'' & '' Moon Domain''

FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 2006
09:30 - Registration

10:00 - Invited Speaker: Jonathan MacDonald, Stony Brook University
''Aspectual Interpretation and Calculation''

10:30 - ''Locality and resumption in raising-to-object constructions in Archi''
Serge Minor, Moscow State University

11:00 - ''The Elsewhere Principle in Old Dutch translations of Latin texts''
Marijke De Belder, Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis

11:30 - Break

12:00 - ''Exploring the Discourse Anaphoric Properties of Spanish Neuter Demostrative Pronouns''
Iker Zulaika, Ohio State University

12:30 - ''Mouthing: A discourse strategy in spoken language-to-signed language
interpretation''
Julie C. Romanchuk, Stony Brook University

1:00 - ''Uniqueness and Pertainedness in Genitive Constructions''
Susan D. Schweitzer, City University of New York

1:30 - Lunch

16:00 - ''Phase sliding''
Ángel Gallego, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

16:30 - ''A Hypothesis for Silent Arguments''
Maia Duguine, University of the Basque Country

17:00 - ''On Restrictions in Across the Board and Parasitic Domains: Evidence from Russian''
Irina Agafonova, Michigan State University

17:30 - Break

18:00 - ''The Acquisition of Aspect in Italian''
Paolo Lorusso, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

18:30 - ''Simultaneous acquisition of Basque and Spanish as L1s: separate grammars from the earliest stages''
Ainhoa Sainz, University of the Basque Country

19:00 - ''Bar-hopping Field Trip''

21:00 - Conference dinner (venue to be announced)

Saturday, June 17, 2006

10:00 - Keynote speaker
Jose Ignacio Hualde, University Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
''Initial and final deaccentuation in Spanish and English''

11:00 - Break

11:30 - ''The Gradient OCP: Evidence from Korean reduplication''
Young-ran An, Stony Brook University

1:00 - ''An articulatory study of the consonant /t/ and the emphatic /t/ in Moroccan Arabic''
Karimi Shoul, Laboratoire de phonetique et phonologie (UMR 7018, CNRS)

1:30 - Invited Speaker: Aritz Irurtzun, University of the Basque Country
''TBA''

Alternates
''Wh-word questions and attitudes in American English, an acoustico-perceptive study''
Mohamed Adbelbassat, Laboratoire de Phonétique et Phnologie (UMR 7018), CNRS


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