14.341, Confs: Grammatical Polysemy

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Subject: 14.341, Confs: Grammatical Polysemy

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Date:  Mon, 03 Feb 2003 11:00:59 +0000
From:  basonne at rz.uni-leipzig.de
Subject:  Grammatical Polysemy, Germany

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Date:  Mon, 03 Feb 2003 11:00:59 +0000
From:  basonne at rz.uni-leipzig.de
Subject:  Grammatical Polysemy, Germany

Grammatical Polysemy - The Case of Russian Imperfective Aspect

Location: Leipzig, Germany
Date: 24-Feb-2003 - 25-Feb-2003
Web Site: http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~gksprach/asp_ws/index.html
Contact Person: Barbara Sonnenhauser
Meeting Email: basonne at rz.uni-leipzig.de
Linguistic Subfield(s): General Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Russian

Meeting Description:

The workshop will address the problem of accounting for the diversity
of meanings associated with the Russian imperfective verbform. Is it
possible to derive all possible readings of the imperfective from one
underlying semantic invariant by means of an elaborate pragmatic
theory? Or should at least some cases better be treated as instances
of grammatical polysemy?

The workshop is organized by the Graduiertenkolleg ''Universalit├Ąt und
Diversit├Ąt, Sprachliche Strukturen und Prozesse''; organising
committee: Alla Paslawska, Arnim von Stechow, Barbara Sonnenhauser,
Olav Mueller-Reichau

guest speakers:
Olga Borik (Utrecht),
Hana Filip (Stanford),
Wolfgang Klein (Nijmegen),
Hans Robert Mehlig (Kiel),
Anita Steube (Leipzig),
Sabine Stoll (Leipzig),
Sergej Tatevosov (Moscow),
T.Zybatow / L.Szucsic(Leipzig)

More information (e.g. schedule) can be found at
http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~gksprach/asp_ws/index.html

or contact Barbara Sonnenhauser: basonne at rz.uni-leipzig.de
or Olav Mueller-Reichau: reichau at rz.uni-leipzig.de

Registration is not required, but we appreciate advance notice of
participation.

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