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Thu Jul 25 1996

Confs: School of Oriental and African Studies

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  1. Elabbas Benmamoun, School of Oriental and African Studies

Message 1: School of Oriental and African Studies

Date: Wed, 24 Jul 1996 10:55:55 GMT
From: Elabbas Benmamoun <EB4soas.ac.uk>
Subject: School of Oriental and African Studies


WORKSHOP: Final Programme

FRAGMENTS: Studies in Ellipsis, Conjunction, and Gapping

School of Oriental and African Studies
University of London

SEPTEMBER 2-3, 1996

Monday, September 2, 1996 (Lecture Theatre)

9:15 Openning Remarks

9:30-10:30 Howard Lasnik
 On Pseudogapping: Some Curious Properties of a
 Curious Ellipsis Process.

10:30-11:30 Joseph Aoun and Elabbas Benmamoun
 Conjunction and Gapping 

11:30-12 Tea Break

12-1 Wynn Chao
 Pseudo-Gapping Revisited

1-2:30 Lunch Break

2:30-3:30 	Stuart Shieber, Fernando Pereira, and Mary Dalrymple
 Interactions of Scope and Ellipsis

3:30-4:30 Dick Crouch
 Ellipsis and Glue Languages

4:30-5 Tea Break

5-6 Shalom Lappin
 An HPSG-Based Account of Antecedent Contained Ellipsis

6 RECEPTION

Tuesday, Septemer 3, 1996 (Lecture Theatre)

10-11 Anne Lobeck
 Ellipsis: Implications of Licensing and Identification

11-12 Jun Abe and Hiroto Hoshi
 Directionality of Movement in English and Japanese 
 Ellipsis
 
12-2 Lunch Break

2-3 Edit Doron
 V Raising and VP Ellipsis

3-4 Hans Kamp
 Ellipsis and Disambiguation: When and in What Sense
		does Ellipsis Interpretation preserve "Readings"?

All presentations will take place in the Lecture Theatre in the Lower
Ground Floor of the SOAS main building.

Hotels in the SOAS area.

There are many hotels in the SOAS and British Museum area. For
reasonably priced hotels (around stlg50/$75 a night) we suggest the
President (0171-837-8844) and the Tavistock (0171-636-8383). Both
hotels are very close to SOAS, the British Museum, and West End
restaurants. Participants (other than the speakers) should make their
reservations directly with the hotels.

For information regarding the workshop please send email to:
fragmentssoas.ac.uk

Organizing Committee

Elabbas Benmamoun 
Hiroto Hoshi 
Shalom Lappin 

Department of Linguistics
School of Oriental and African Studies
Thornhaugh Street
Russell Square
London WC1H OXG
United Kingdom

Tel (0171) 323-6332
Fax (0171) 323-6211
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