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LINGUIST List 21.1308

Wed Mar 17 2010

Confs: Syntax, Semantics, General Ling/Russia

Editor for this issue: Amy Brunett <brunettlinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Philip Dudchuk, 5th Moscow Student Conference on Linguistics

Message 1: 5th Moscow Student Conference on Linguistics
Date: 16-Mar-2010
From: Philip Dudchuk <dudchukgmail.com>
Subject: 5th Moscow Student Conference on Linguistics
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5th Moscow Student Conference on Linguistics
Short Title: MSCL 5

Date: 03-Apr-2010 - 04-Apr-2010
Location: Moscow, Russia
Contact: Philip Dudchuk
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.philol.msu.ru/~otipl/new/mscl

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Semantics; Syntax

Meeting Description:

The annual MSCL was first held in 2006 at Moscow State University and since then has grown to be one of the major conferences on formal linguistics in Russia. The aim of the conference is to give young researchers an opportunity to present their work, exchange ideas and receive feedback from more experienced colleagues.

Saturday, April 3


Invited Lecture: Phases and Left-Branch Extraction/Zeljko Boskovic (University of Connecticut)

Coffee break

On the Syntax of Spanish Echo-questions/Ekaterina Chernova Tupikina (University of Girona)

Verb-movement vs. Remnant-movement and Different Word Orders: Two Possibilities in European Portuguese Wh-questions / Diana Travado Amaral (Universidade de Lisboa)

Recalcitrant Nature of Object Experiencers in Polish/Sylwiusz Zychlinski (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan)


Whether that-clauses Can Denote Events/Misha Knjazev (Saint Petersburg State University)

Collective Readings on Subject Arguments/Jon Ander Mendia (University of the Basque Country & HiTT)

A DRT-based Account of Two Russian Expressive Pronouns/Ekaterina Garmash (Moscow State University)

Coffee break

Invited Lecture: T.B.A./John F. Bailyn (SUNY at Stony Brook)

Welcome Party

Sunday, April 4

Invited Lecture: T.B.A./Norvin Richards (MIT)

Coffee break

Split Scrambling in Polish: A Compositional View/Ewelina Frackowiak (University of Girona)

Verb and Adverb in the Initial Position in Serbian/Marija Ratancic (University of Novi Sad)

Word Order and Agreement Asymmetry/Feras Saeed (English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad)


Syntactic Features of Exceptive Constructions with krome in Russian/Sofia Oskolskaya (Saint Petersburg State University)

Semantics and Syntax of Turkish kendisi / Pavel Rudnev (Russian State University for the Humanities)

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