ConSole9

The Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology | Lund University

Program

Program

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Friday 8 December 2000

9:00-9:15
Opening by the organizers
9:15-9:55
Takaaki Hara,
Universiteit Utrecht
Bound variable interpretation and the degree of accessibility.
9:55-10:35
Silke Fischer,
Universität Tübingen
A unified account of A- and A'-reconstruction: Evidence from German.
Coffee Break
11:00-11:40
Dimitra Papangeli,
University College London
Clitic doubling in modern Greek: A syntactic effect of morphological case.
11:40-12:20
Ken Hiraiwa,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Raising and multiple agree in Japanese, Icelandic and beyond.
12:20-13:00
Roland Pfau,
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität
Local licensing and feature copy in language production.
Lunch
14:15-14:55
Arantzazu Martinez Etxarri,
University of Deusto
Syntactic evidence in favor of degrees of incorporation in [N+EGIN] constructions.
14:55-15:35
Nora Boneh,
Université de Paris VIII
The grammar of the possession link: Modern Hebrew yeS constructions.
Coffee Break
16:00-16:40
Inge Zwitserlood
Universiteit Utrecht
The morphophonological structure of "words" in sign language.
16:40-18:00
Plenary Lecture
Dr. Sten Vikner,
University of Stuttgart, Germany
Verb movement variation in Germanic and Optimality Theory
19:30
Conference Dinner at Restaurant Finn

Saturday 9 December 2000

9:00-9:15
Opening remarks
9:15-9:55
Analía García and José Luis Méndez,
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid & Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset
On modal nature of attributive nominal constructions.
9:55-10:35
Zoë Toft,
University of London
Is there ever multiple wh-movement? Evidence from superiority effects and focus in Hungarian.
Coffee Break
11:00-11:40
Tatjana Marvin,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Past participle reduced relatives as small clauses.
11:40-12:20
Yahor Tsedryk,
The University of Western Ontario
Nominative subject or object, what is the difference?
12:20-13:00
Stephanie Harves,
Princeton University/Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Genitive of negation and the syntax of scope.
Lunch
14:15-14:55
Kyoko Yamakoshi,
Cornell University
Wh-drop in child languages and adult ASL.
14:55-15:35
Hirohisa Kiguchi,
University of Maryland
On adjunction of a non-head to a head
Coffee Break
16:00-16:40
Petra Burkhardt,
Yale University
Logophors: Looking outside of syntax.
16:40-17:20
Elsi Kaiser,
University of Pennsylvania
The syntax-pragmatics interface and Finnish ditransitive verbs.
17:20-18:00
Jeroen van Craenenbroeck and Marjo van Koppen,
Rijksuniversiteit Leiden
Pronoun doubling in the dialects of Dutch.

Sunday 10 December 2000

9:00-9:15
Opening remarks
9:15-9:55
Franny Hsiao,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Perception verbs in West Germanic and language change.
9:55-10:35
Marlies van der Velde,
Université de Paris VIII
The status of Dutch object pronouns revisited.
Coffee Break
11:00-11:40
Adolfo Ausin,
University of Connecticut
A-Traces and semantic interpretation.
11:40-12:20
YoungSik Choi,
University of Southern California
Quantifier scope interaction in Korean and English.
12:20-13:00
Alastair Butler,
University of York
Relatives and there-insertion.
Lunch
14:15-14:55
Marcin Morzycki,
University of Massachusetts
Measure DP adverbials, Aktionsart, and functional structure.
14:55-15:35
Karen Lahousse,
K.U. Leuven
Replacing expletive pro by verb movement in Romance languages.