From: Robert Freidin <freidinprinceton.edu>
Subject: Jersey Syntax Circle
Jersey Syntax Circle
Date: 28-Apr-2007 - 28-Apr-2007
Location: Princeton, NJ, USA
Contact: Robert Freidin
Contact Email: freidinprinceton.edu
Meeting URL: http://
Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
a 50th anniversary celebration of Syntactic Structures
The Program in Linguistics at Princeton University
announces a meeting of the Jersey Syntax Circle
to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Syntactic Structures
Saturday, April 28th 2007, from 10:30 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.
010 East Pyne Building, Princeton University
Please note: Attendance is free, but we are asking you to register
by sending a message to our Program Administrator Gay Eggers
Mark Baker (Rutgers University): Tense, Auxilaries, and Negation in Ibibio
Robert Freidin (Princeton University): Syntactic Structures: 1951 - 2007
Richard Kayne (New York University): Some English Auxiliaries
Anthony Kroch (University of Pennsylvania): Constraining Generalized
Howard Lasnik (University of Maryland): Up and Down the Chomsky Hierarchy
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