LINGUIST List 8.88

Thu Jan 23 1997

Confs: Texas Lx Society, RWC '97,COLING/ACL-98

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  1. rblight, Texas Linguistics Society 1997
  2. PONeillBrown, RWC '97
  3. P. Isabelle [TAO], COLING/ACL-98, first announcement

Message 1: Texas Linguistics Society 1997

Date: Tue, 21 Jan 1997 02:43:51 -0700
From: rblight <rblightmail.utexas.edu>
Subject: Texas Linguistics Society 1997

Below is the program for the 1997 Texas Linguistics Society
conference. A copy of this program, as well as information about
registration, housing, and transportation is currently available at
our website, http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~tls/ 
If you have any additional questions, contact us at 
tlsuts.cc.utexas.edu



 1997 Conference of the Texas Linguistics Society
 The Syntax and Semantics of Prediation
 March 7 - 9, 1997
 The University of Texas at Austin


Friday, March 7

8:00-9:00AM - Registration

9:00-9:30AM - Opening Remarks

9:30-10:10AM - Manuel Espanol-Echerarria (UCLA)
 The Role of Predication in the Syntatic Licensing
of Purposive Adjuncts

10:10-10:50AM - Youngjun Jang (Harvard University)
 On the So-called Adjunct Predicates in Korean

10:50-11:30AM - Yunsun Jung (Harvard University)
 Obligatory Adjuncts

11:30-12:30PM - LUNCH

12:30-1:10PM - Dalina Kallulli (University of Durham)
 NP Predicates

1:10-1:50PM - Tony Badia (Universitat Pompeu Fabra,
Barcelona)
 Predicative Structures of Nominals in HPSG

1:50-2:30PM - Nancy Mae Antrim (The University of Texas at El
Paso)

 Interfacing Syntax and Semantics: The Predication
of Possession

2:30-2:45PM - BREAK

2:45-3:25PM - Veerle van Geenhoven (Max Planck Institut for
 Psicolinguistik) & Louise McNally
 (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

 De Dicto Readings Via Semantic Incorporation

3:25-4:05PM - Sheila Glasbey (University of Edinburgh)
 I-level Predicates that Give Existential Readings
 for Bare Plurals

4:05-4:45PM - Francisco Gonzalvez Garcia (University of
 California, Santa Barbara)
 A Modality View of Predicate Selection in Small
 Clauses

4:45-5:00PM - BREAK

5:00-6:00PM - KEYNOTE #1- William Ladusaw (UC, Santa
 Cruz)
 TBA

Saturday, March 8

8:30-9:00AM - Registration

9:00-10:00AM - KEYNOTE #2 - Edwin Williams (Princeton
 University)
 The Asymmetry of Predication

10-10:10AM - BREAK

10:10-10:50AM - Stephen Wechsler (The University of Texas at
 Austin)
 Resultative Predicates and Control

10:50-11:30AM - Leonard Babby (Princeton University)
 Subject Control vs. Direct Predication

11:30-12:30PM - LUNCH

12:30-1:10PM - John Bowers (Cornell University)
 A Binary Analysis of Resultatives

1:10-1:50PM - Anke Luedeling (University of Tuebingen)
 Strange Resultatives in German

1:50-2:30PM - Soowon Kim (University of Washington) & Joan
 Maling (Brandeis University)
 A Cross-Linguistic Perspective on Resultative
 Formation

2:30-2:45PM - BREAK

2:45-3:25PM - Knud Lambrecht (The University of Texas at
 Austin)
 French Relative Clauses as Secondary Predicates

3:25-4:05PM - Helen de Hoop (University of Groningen)
 Optional Scrambling and Predication

4:05-4:15PM - BREAK

4:15-4:55PM - Ivy Sichel (City University of New York Graduate
 Center)
 Two Pronominal Copulas and the Syntax of Non-
 Verbal Predication in Hebrew

4:55-5:35PM - Caroline Heycock (University of Edinburgh) &
 Antony Kroch (University of Pennsylvania)
 The Non-reducability of Equation to Predication


Sunday, March 9

8:30-9:00AM - Registration

9:00-10:00AM - KEYNOTE #3 - Susan Rothstein (Bar-Ilan
 University)
 Predicational 'Be'

10-10:10AM - BREAK

10:10-10:50AM - Andre Meinunger (Zentrum fur Allgemeine
 Sprachwissenschaft)

 The Structure of Cleft and Pseudo-cleft Sentences

10:50-11:30AM - Eun Cho (Cornell University)
 External Argument, Predicate Phrase, and Multiple
 Feature Checking Theory

11:30-11:45AM - BREAK

11:45-12:25PM - Hotze Rullmann (University of Groningen) & Jan-
 Wouter Zwart (University of Groningen)
 Subjects with Semantic Types of Predicates

12:25-1:05PM - Hamida Demirdache (University of British
 Columbia)
 Predication Times in Statimcets Salish




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Message 2: RWC '97

Date: 22 JAN 97 12:54:18 EST
From: PONeillBrown <PONeillBrowndoc.gov>
Subject: RWC '97

For information about the 1997 Real World Computing Symposium to be
held in Tokyo Jan. 29-31, go to:

http://www.rwcp.or.jp/events/rwc97e.html

Patti O'Neill-Brown
Japan Technology Analyst
Asia Pacific Technology Program
U.S. Department of Commerce
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Message 3: COLING/ACL-98, first announcement

Date: Wed, 22 Jan 1997 15:07:33 -0500
From: P. Isabelle [TAO] <isabelleciti.doc.ca>
Subject: COLING/ACL-98, first announcement




			 COLING/ACL-98
			 FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT


I am pleased to announce that the 17th International Conference on
Computational Linguistics (COLING-98) and the 36th Annual Meeting of
the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL-98) will be
combined into a single major event: COLING/ACL-98.

This landmark conference will take place during the week of August
10-14, 1998 on the main campus of the Universite de Montreal (Quebec,
Canada).

More information, including a call for papers, will be published in
due course.

	-- Pierre Isabelle
	 Chair, COLING/ACL-98 Organizing Committee
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