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Mon Oct 8 2001

Confs: ConSole - European Students of Linguistics

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  1. Jeroen van de Weijer, ConSOLE 10: Students of Linguistics Europe

Message 1: ConSOLE 10: Students of Linguistics Europe

Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2001 10:20:09 +0000
From: Jeroen van de Weijer <>
Subject: ConSOLE 10: Students of Linguistics Europe


Conference: ConSole X
7-9 December 2001
Leiden University, The Netherlands

ConSole is the annual conference of students of linguistics in 
Europe. Its tenth meeting will be held at Leiden University, from 7 
to 9 December.

See the web site for registration and travel information, as well as 
abstracts of the talks.

Web site:


Friday, 7 December
9.00-9.15 Introduction

9.15-9.55 Maximiliano Guimaraes (University of Maryland): Syntactic
amalgams as dynamic constituency in top-down derivations

9.55-10.35 Karen Lahousse (Catholic University Leuven / Paris-8):
Syntactic evidence in favour of a new and economical account of French

10.35-11.00 Coffee break

11.00-11.40 Elisabeth Rieder & Anita Schenner (Linguistics Department
Vienna, Austria): Ablaut and Umlaut: what they have in common, what
distinguishes them

11.40-12.20 Cl�udia Pons (Universitat de Barcelona): The importance of
being Onset

12.20-13.00 Ana R. Luis (University of Essex): Function words,
prosodic structure and morphological dependency

13.00-14.30 Lunch break 

14.30-15.10 Hirohisa Kiguchi (University of Maryland): Children's
understanding of Binding Principle B in ACD constructions

15.10-15.50 Tania Ionin (MIT): The one girl who was kissed by every
boy: Scope, scrambling and discourse function in Russian

15.50-16.30 Hironobu Kasai (University of California, Irvine):
Minimality of QR

16.30-17.00 Tea break

17.00-18.00 Jonathan Bobaljik (invited speaker; McGill University): 
to be announced

Saturday, 8 December
9.15-9.55 Ana Gouvea (University of Maryland): Relative clauses
processing, working memory and its interaction with syntax

9.55-10.35 Alexandra Perovic (University College London): Linguistic
impairment in Down Syndrome: Binding Theory revisited

10.35-11.00 Coffee break

11.00-11.40 Melanie Klepp (Graduiertenkolleg Satzarten, Johann
Wolfgang Goethe-Universit�t Frankfurt am Main): Much ado about `was':
Why German directly depends on indirect dependency

11.40-12.20 Ivano Caponigro (University of California, Los Angeles):
On the semantics of indefinite free relatives

12.20-13.00 Anna Feldman (Ohio State University): Comitative and
coordinate constructions

13.00-14.30 Lunch break 

14.30-15.10 Sylvia Blaho (Pazmany Peter Catholic University): /j/, /v/
and /h/ in Hungarian voice assimilation - an OT account

15.10-15.50 Dafna Graf (Instit�t f�r Sprache und Information, Heinrich
Heine Universit�t) & Adam Ussishkin (University of Arizona): Emergent
Iambs: stress assignment in Modern Hebrew

15.50-16.30 Petra Burkhardt (Yale University): Multiple Faithfulness
relations in Fox (Central Algonquian) reduplication

16.30-17.00 Tea break

17.00-18.00 John McCarthy (invited speaker; University of Masschusetts): Comparative

Dinner and party

Sunday, 9 December
9.15-10.15 Henri�tte de Swart (invited speaker; UiL OTS, Utrecht University): to be

10.15-10.45 Coffee break 

10.45-11.25 Tomokazu Takehisa (McGill University, Montr�al): The
Agent/Affectee Ambiguity and beyond

11.25-12.05 Anna Mlynarczyk (Utrecht University): Perfective aspect
and the argument structure in Polish

12.05-12.45 Linnaea Stockall (MIT): Pluractionality and prepositions
in Germanic

12.45-14.00 Lunch break

14.00-14.40 Zo� Toft (SOAS, London): The asymmetrical behaviour of
syllabic sonorants in Southern British English

14.40-15.20 Roberta D'Alessandro (Institut f�r Linguistik/Anglistik,
Universit�t Stuttgart): On si impersonal constructions in Italian

Ulrike Janssen (Institut f�r Sprache und Information, University of
D�sseldorf): Assignment of primary stress in pseudowords with German
speaking adults

Erez Levon (New York University): On triggered inversion in Hebrew

Francesca Del Gobbo (University of California, Irvine): Appositives 
as E-type Anaphora 

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