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CSSP 2013


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Thursday September 26 Friday September 27 Saturday September 28
9h00-9h20 Opening
Chair: A. Zaenen
9h20-10h20 Invited speaker Louisa Sadler (U. of Essex), Psych predicates and an unexpected case of copy raising?
10h20-11h Adam Przepiórkowski (Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences), Distance distributivity in Polish at the syntax-semantics interface: an LFG account
Chair: J. Ginzburg
9h00-10h00 Invited speaker Bart Geurts (U. Nijmegen), When language turns inward
10h00-10h40 Igor Yanovich (MIT), Symbouletic modality
Chair: P. Samvelian
9h30-10h30 Invited speaker Ricardo Etxepare (CNRS, IKER), Minimal Correlatives
11h00-11h30 Coffee break 10h40-11h10 Coffee break 10h30-11h00 Coffee break
Chair: A. Zaenen
11h30-12h10 Eric Acton (Stanford U.), Standard change and the Finnish partitive-accusative object distinction
12h10-12h50 Urtzi Etxeberria (CNRS, IKER), Basque nominals: from a system with bare nouns to a system without
Chair: C. Pinon
11h10-11h50 Dimitra Kolliakou (U. Paris Diderot), French and Greek interrogatives: question resolvedness and speaker's commitment
11h50-12h30 Daniel Gutzmann (U. Frankfurt) and Eric McCready (Aoyama Gakuin U.), Using Descriptions. A Use-conditional View of Referential Descriptions
Chair: P. Samvelian
11h00-11h40 Urtzi Etxeberria and Aritz Irurtzun (CNRS, IKER), An experimental test of the effects of focus in generating scalar meanings in Basque
11h40-12h20 Pritty Patel-Grosz (U. Tuebingen), Epithets as De re Pronouns
12h50-14h30 Lunch break 12h30-14h20 Lunch break 12h20-14h00 Lunch break
Chair: B. Spector
14h30-15h10 Heather Burnett (ENS, U. Montréal) and Michelle Troberg (U. Toronto), Diachronic Investigations into the Compositional Semantics of Resultative Constructions
15h10-15h50 Sebastian Buecking (U. Tuebingen), How to elaborate on events by German "indem" and English "by"
Chair: M. Johnson
14h20-15h20 Invited speaker Tim Fernando (Trinity college), Could tense and aspect be finite-state?
15h20-16h00 Jeffrey Runner (U. Rochester) and Kellan Head (Teach for America), What can visual world eye-tracking tell us about the binding theory?
Chair: J. Runner
14h-14h40 Lauri Karttunen, Annie Zaenen, Cleo Condoravdi and Stanley Peters (Stanford U.), What does one do when one is not stupid? Factive and implicative dialects of evaluative adjectives.
14h40-15h10 Emilie Destruel (U. Iowa) and Dan Bridges Velleman (U. Texas), Refining contrastiveness: Empirical evidence from the English it-cleft
15h50-16h20 Coffee break 16h00-16h30 Coffee break 15h10-15h40 Coffee break
Chair: R. Extepare
16h20-17h00 Francesca Foppolo (U. Milano) and Marco Marelli (U. Trento), Not all comes for free
17h00-17h40 Uli Sauerland (ZAS Berlin), Non-Conservativity in Northern German: Focus-Affected Quantification with Proportional Quantifiers
17h40-18h20 Gregory Scontras, Cheng-Yu Edwin Tsai and Maria Polinsky (Harvard U.), Prohibiting Inverse Scope: An Experimental Study of Chinese vs. English
Chair: C. Beyssade
16h30-17h10 Timothy Dozat (Stanford U.) and Jeffrey Runner (U. Rochester), Someone will attend this talk (and it definitely should be!), I just don't know by whom: An analysis of voice mismatch in VP ellipsis and sluicing
17h10-17h50 Philip Miller (U. Paris Diderot), Pseudo-gapping is a case of VP ellipsis
Chair: J. Runner
15h40-16h20 Juliette Thuilier (U. Paris Sorbonne), Experimental approach: The case of the syntax of attributive adjectives
16h20-17h00 Pegah Faghiri and Pollet Samvelian (U. Sorbonne Nouvelle), Constituent ordering in Persian and the weight factor
18h30 Reception
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