LINGUIST List 23.2854|
Tue Jun 26 2012
Confs: Psycholing, Semantics, Syntax, Typology/Israel
Editor for this issue: Xiyan Wang
From: Luka Crnic <crnicmit.edu>
Subject: Resumptive Pronouns
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Date: 02-Jul-2012 - 05-Jul-2012
Location: Jerusalem, Israel
Contact: Ivy Sichel, Luka Crnic
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Meeting URL: http://www.hum.huji.ac.il/site/llcc-resumptive
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics; Semantics; Syntax; Typology
Celebrating thirty years to ‘On the Syntax and Semantics of Resumptive Pronouns’ by Edit Doron
The Department of Linguistics and the Language, Logic and Cognition Center at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are hosting a workshop on resumptive pronouns to celebrate 30 years to Edit Doron’s seminal paper ‘On the syntax and semantics of resumptive pronouns.’
Invited Speakers (confirmed):
We are pleased to invite you to an international workshop hosted by the Linguistics department and the Language, Logic and Cognition Center (LLCC) at the Hebrew University. The workshop is about resumptive pronouns, to celebrate 30 years to Edit Doron's seminal paper 'On the Syntax and Semantics of Resumptive Pronouns'. The workshop will take place on July 2-4 at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Givat Ram.
Day 1 (July 2)
Gathering and Coffee
Alain Rouveret, Université Paris VII
Computational and Interpretive Aspects of Resumption
Commentator: Rajesh Bhatt, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Ivy Sichel, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
(Resumptive) Pronouns and Competition
Martin Salzmann, Universität Leipzig
Economy Issues in the Analysis of Resumption: Why movement and base generation sometimes compete, and why they sometimes do not.
Commentator: Idan Landau, Ben Gurion University
Hamida Demirdache & Orin Percus, Université de Nantes
The Anatomy of Resumptives: Epithets and related species
Nicolas Guilliot, Université de Nantes & Nouman Malkawi, Al-Hussein Bin Talal University
On Covariation and Competition
Commentator: Yael Sharvit, UCLA
Reception at the Institute for Advanced Studies and poster session
Tal Arad, Tel Aviv University.
The Interaction between Resumptive Pronouns and Reconstruction: A performance perspective.
Tanya Ben Chetrit, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Complexity, Competition, and Constraints on Working Memory: The case of child French.
Shira Farbi, Bar Ilan University.
Resumptive Pronouns in Hebrew: Not only a last resort.
Hasan Mesut Meral, Yildiz Technical University.
Morphological Complexity and Resumption.
Day 2 (July 3)
Gathering and Coffee
Dora Alexopoulou, Cambridge University & Raffaella Folli, University of Ulster
Resumption and Nominal Morphosyntax
Commentator: Uli Sauerland, Zentrum für allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin
Lauren Eby Clemens, Maria Polinsky, Adam Morgan, Sam Pokross, Harvard University
Listening to Resumption in English
Carlo Cecchetto, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca & Caterina Donati, Sapienza - Università di Roma
Labelling and Relativization: A theory and some experimental corollaries
Commentator: Luka Crnič, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Ash Asudeh, Oxford University
The Semantics of Resumption
Commentator: Nissim Francez, Technion
Drinks at the new LLCC, Walking Tour, and Dinner
Day 3 (July 4)
Gathering and Coffee
Naama Friedmann, Tel Aviv University
Neurolinguistic and Psycholinguistic Aspects of Resumption
Elaine Grolla, Universidade de São Paulo
The Acquisition of Resumptive Pronouns and Economy
Commentator: Carlo Cecchetto, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
Uli Sauerland, ZAS, Berlin
Commentator: Roni Katzir, Tel Aviv University
Alex Grosu, Tel Aviv University
Internally Headed Relatives, with and without Resumptive Pronouns
Caroline Heycock, University of Edinburgh
Reconstructing Reconstruction: Can we arrive at a unified picture?
Commentator: Sabine Iatridou, MIT
Concluding remarks by Edit Doron
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