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LINGUIST List 20.907

Mon Mar 16 2009

Calls: General Ling/Spain

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Jonathan MacDonald, Workshop on Formal Approaches to the Phonology-Morphology-Syntax Interfaces

Message 1: Workshop on Formal Approaches to the Phonology-Morphology-Syntax Interfaces
Date: 16-Mar-2009
From: Jonathan MacDonald <Jonathan.Macdonalduab.cat>
Subject: Workshop on Formal Approaches to the Phonology-Morphology-Syntax Interfaces
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Full Title: Workshop on Formal Approaches to the Phonology-Morphology-Syntax

Date: 16-Dec-2009 - 16-Dec-2009
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Contact Person: Clàudia Pons
Meeting Email: console18uab.cat
Web Site: http://seneca.uab.cat/clt/ConsoleXVIII/workshop.html

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Morphology; Phonology; Syntax

Call Deadline: 01-May-2009

Meeting Description:

Investigation of interface phenomena, be it phonology-morphology,
phonology-syntax, or morphology-syntax, has a central position in lingusitic
inquiry. Interface investigations are not only important for discovering the
nature of the interfaces themselves, but also for illuminating properties of the
interfacing domains that might otherwise remain obscure. Moreover, an
integration of the results of studies of distinct interfaces offers the
potential for a higher level understanding of the nature of a linguistic
interface, an abstraction that can very well contribute to a deeper
understanding of the organization of the faculty of language.

Call for Papers

On 16 December, 2009, a one-day workshop focusing on the
phonology-morphology-syntax interfaces will be held at the Universitat Autònoma
de Barcelona (Centre de Lingüística Teòrica). It will take place one day prior
to ConSOLE XVIII, also held at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. We invite
papers that offer new insights into the nature and organization of the faculty
of language deriving from investigations of any of these interfaces. Four
abstracts will be selected for presentation.

Abstracts should not exceed two pages, including data, references and diagrams.
They should be typed in at least 11-point font. Abstracts must be anonymous and
submissions are limited to 1 individual and 1 joint abstract per author. To
submit your abstract, please go to http://linguistlist.org/confcustom/console18
and follow the instructions. (Plase, include "Workshop Submission" in the title
Section,). Only abstracts in .pdf format will be considered. The .pdf file name
should be a shortened version of the abstract title, resembling the full title
as closely as possible.

Invited Speakers
Cedric Boeckx (Harvard University / ICREA, Autonomous University of Barcelona )
Eulàlia Bonet (Autonomous University of Barcelona)
Kleanthes Grohmann (University of Cyprus)
Maria-Rosa Lloret (University of Barcelona)

Important Dates
Deadline for abstract submission 1 May 2009
Notification of acceptance 31 July 2009
Final Program 15 September 2009
Conference Dates 16 December 2009

Organising Committee
Jonathan E. MacDonald (Autonomous University of Barcelona)
Clàudia Pons Moll (Autonomous University of Barcelona)

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