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LINGUIST List 17.1745

Thu Jun 08 2006

Confs: Syntax/Cambridge, Cambs, UK

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Message 1: Workshop on Partial Pro-Drop
Date: 07-Jun-2006
From: Michelle Sheehan <Michelle.Sheehanncl.ac.uk>
Subject: Workshop on Partial Pro-Drop



Workshop on Partial Pro-Drop

Date: 30-Jun-2006 - 30-Jun-2006
Location: Cambridge, Cambs, United Kingdom
Contact: Theresa Biberauer
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://people.pwf.cam.ac.uk/mtb23/NSP/Futureevents.html

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax

Meeting Description:

There will be a workshop organised by the AHRB-funded project 'Null Subjects and the Structure of Parametric Theory' (AR14458) to discuss the behaviour of languages which allow pro-drop only in restricted environments. Please see below for programme details.

Attendance is free, but, if you are interested in attending this Workshop, you must pre-register. Email Theresa Biberauer (mtb23cam.ac.uk) to register and receive further details regarding the venue, etc.


Programme

9-10am: Halldor Sigurdsson (Lund): Argument drop types: all the same?

10-10.15am: Coffee

10.15-11.30am: Anders Holmberg, Aarti Nayudu & Michelle Sheehan (Newcastle & Durham): Three partial pro drop languages

11.30am-12.30pm: Pilar Barbosa (Minho): Two kinds of subject pro

12.30-2pm: Lunch

2-3pm: Ur Shlonsky (Geneva): t.b.a.

3-3.15pm: Coffee

3.15-4.15pm: Marjorie MacShane (Maryland): Predicting pro-drop in Russian and Polish


Remaining details to follow soon.


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