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  1. armonls, 19th Annual Meeting of the Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics

Message 1: 19th Annual Meeting of the Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics

Date: Fri, 02 May 2003 02:18:19 +0000
From: armonls <>
Subject: 19th Annual Meeting of the Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics

19th Annual Meeting of the Israel Association for Theoretical
Short Title: IATL19

Date: 16-JUN-03 - 17-JUN-03
Location: Ben-Gurion University, Be'er Sheva, Israel
Contact: Sharon Armon-Lotem
Contact Email: 

Linguistic Sub-field: General Linguistics 

Meeting Description:

IATL 19, the 19th annual meeting of the Israel Association for
Theoretical Linguistics, will be held at Ben-Gurion University of the
Negev, Be'er Sheva, on June 16-17, 2003. IATL19, Ben Gurion
University of the Negev, June 16-17, 2003

Monday, June 16, 2003 

09:30-10:00	Registration
10:00-10:15	Welcome

10:15-11:15	Invited Speaker: Pino Longobardi, University of Trieste
		Reference and Definiteness
11:15-11:55	Naama Friedmann, Tel Aviv University
		The Vase Fell (The Vase): The Online Processing of

11:55-12:10	Refreshments

12:10-12:50 Jeannette Schaeffer & Aviya Hacohen , Ben-Gurion
 University of the Negev
	 Arielle Bernstein, University of Pennsylvania
		The Dissociation Between Grammar and Pragmatics in DP:
 		Evidence from English SLI 
12:50-13:30 Rama Novogrodsky and Naama Friedmann, Tel Aviv 
		Verb Movement in Hebrew-speaking Children with G-SLI

13:30-14:45	Lunch

14:45-15:25	Idit Avram & Sharon Armon Lotem, Bar Ilan University
	 The Autonomous Contribution of Syntax and Pragmatics 
		to the Acquisition of the Hebrew Definite Article
15:25-16:05	Nora Boneh, Universite Paris 8
		Participles, Temporal Structure and Finiteness: 
 The Case of Modern Hebrew, Syrian Arabic and Standard 
 Arabic Luisa 

16:05-16:30	Refreshments

16:30-17:10	Anita Mittwoch, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
		Do States Have Davidsonian Arguments? 
		Some Empirical Considerations
17:10-17:50	Ariel Cohen, Ben-Gurion University
		How Does Focus Affect Logical Form?

18:00		Reception

Tuesday, June 17, 2003

10:00-11:00	Invited Speaker: Kyle Johnson, University of 
		Manufacturing Phases
11:00-11:40	Julia Horvath and Tal Siloni, Tel-Aviv University
	 Against the Little-V Hypothesis

11:40-12:00	Refreshements

12:00-12:40	Michael Becker, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
		Lexical Stratification of Hebrew - The Disyllabic Maximum	
12:40-13:20	Emmanuel Aim, University Paris 7.
		Aspects of Templatic Morphology in Syriac

13:20-14:40	Lunch
14:40-15:15	Business Meeting

15:15-15:55	Yoad Winter and Carmen Rotstein, Technion
 		Partial Adjectives vs. Total Adjectives: 
		Scale Structure and Higher-order Modification

15:55-16:10	Refreshements

16:10-16:50	Yael Greenberg, Bar Ilan University
		Tolerating Exceptions with ''descriptive'' and 
 ''in virtue of'' Generics: Two Types of Modality 
 and Reduced Vaguness
16:50-17:30	Edit Doron, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
		Bare Singular Reference to Kinds

1.Shalom Zuckerman, Nada Vasic, Sergey Avrutin and Iris Mulders, Utrecht 
 What Can Eye Movement of Non-Brain-damaged Adults Tell Us 
 About Pronoun Resolution in Child Language and Agrammatism?
2.Sergey Avrutin, Utrecht University and Galina Gordishevsky, Ben-Gurion
 Optional Omissions in an Optionally Null-Subject Language
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