From: Jennifer Lancaster <jjluvic.ca>
Subject: UVic Workshop on Relative Clauses
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Full Title: UVic Workshop on Relative Clauses
Date: 18-Jun-2011 - 19-Jun-2011
Location: Victoria, BC, Canada
Contact Person: Jennifer Lancaster
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://web.uvic.ca/ling/wsrc/
Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
Call Deadline: 08-Apr-2011
On June 18-19, 2011, the University of Victoria will host the Workshop on Syntax of Relative Clauses. This is the seventh in an annual series of SSHRC-funded workshops featuring linguists from across Canada with a shared research interest in the grammatical structure and interpretation of noun phrases.
Relative clauses raise a variety of issues for syntactic theory. The papers in this workshop will centre on three main empirical issues:
I. What is the internal structure of relative clauses?
II. What is the nature of syntactic operations within relative clauses?
III. What is the external distribution of relative clauses?
The workshop will feature research by the following invited speakers (talk titles are preliminary):
Edith Aldridge (University of Washington): Object Relative Clauses in Archaic Chinese
Barbara Citko (University of Washington): Types of Non-appositive Relative Clauses
Henry Davis (University of British Columbia): Wrong-headed Relatives in Salish
Chung-Hye Han (Simon Fraser University): Relative Clauses in Korean
Diane Massam (University of Toronto): Reducing Relatives in Niuean
Eric Mathieu (University of Ottawa): Relative Clauses in Ojibwe and Algonquin
Ileana Paul (University of Western Ontario): Relative Structures in Malagasy
Elizabeth Ritter (University of Calgary): Relative Clauses in Blackfoot
Leslie Saxon (University of Victoria): Relative Clauses Inside and Out: A Study of Tłįchǫ
Andrea Wilhelm (University of Victoria): Relative Clauses in Dëne Sųłiné
Martina Wiltschko (University of British Columbia): What Does it Take to Host a Relative?
Invited Student Presenter:
Sara Johansson (Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador): On Algonquian Relative Clause Constructions
Organizing Committee: Leslie Saxon, Andrea Wilhelm, and Martha McGinnis (chair)
Student Organizer: Jennifer Lancaster
2nd Call for Papers:
In addition to the invited presentations, we welcome abstract submissions. Students are particularly encouraged to participate. Talks will be 20 minutes long, plus a 10-minute question period. Depending on the response to this call for abstracts, we may also hold a poster session.
Deadline: April 8, 2011
Send to: uvicwsrcgmail.com
The subject of your message should be: RC abstract
Your abstract should be included as a PDF attachment. Abstracts must be anonymous and not more than 2 pages in 12-point font (including references and data).
In the body of the e-mail, please indicate:
- The title of the presentation
- Author name(s) and affiliation(s)
- A primary contact e-mail address
- Whether or not you would be willing to present your work as a poster
Notification of acceptance will be sent by April 15, 2011.
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