14.835, Confs: Semantics & Ling Theory, WA USA

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Subject: 14.835, Confs: Semantics & Ling Theory, WA USA

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Date:  Tue, 18 Mar 2003 15:01:45 -0800
From:  Toshiyuki Ogihara <ogihara at u.washington.edu>
Subject:  SALT13 Preliminary Program

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Date:  Tue, 18 Mar 2003 15:01:45 -0800
From:  Toshiyuki Ogihara <ogihara at u.washington.edu>
Subject:  SALT13 Preliminary Program

Preliminary Program for SALT 13 (Semantics and Linguistic Theory 13)
at the University of Washington, Seattle (May 9-11, 2003)

                    For updates, abstracts, and more, visit
                    email: salt13 at u.washington.edu

INVITED SPEAKERS (alphabetically ordered):
Angelika Kratzer (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
        Indefinites in the Hierarchy of Functional Heads

Manfred Krifka (Humboldt University, Berlin)
        Kinds of Kind Reference

S.-Y. Kuroda (University of California, San Diego)
        [to be announced]

William A. Ladusaw (University of California, Santa Cruz)
        [to be announced]

ACCEPTED PAPERS (alphabetically ordered by (first) authors' last
Nicholas Asher and Linton Wang (University of Texas)
        Unspecification, Ambiguity, and Anaphora With Plurals

David Beaver (Stanford University) and Cleo Condoravdi (PARC)
        ''Before'' and ''After'' Really Are Converses After All

Edit Doron (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
        Bare Singular Reference to Kinds

Jean Mark Gawron (San Diego State University) and Andy Kehler
(University of California, San Diego)
        Respective Answers to Coordinated Questions

Elena Guerzoni (MIT)
        A Lahiri-like Analysis of NPIs Meaning Even: auch nur and
anche solo

Daniel Hardt (Copenhagen Business School)
        Sloppy Identity, Binding, and Centering

Michela Ippolito (University of Tuebingen)
        Quantification Over Times in Subjunctive Conditionals

Graham Katz (University of Osnabrueck)
        A Modal Account of the English Present Perfect Puzzle

Ji-yung Kim (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
        Intermediate Scope in (Mandarin) Chinese

Luisa Marti (University of Connecticut/University of the
        Contextual Variables as Pronouns

Marie Nilsenova and Robert van Rooy (University of Amsterdam)
        On Polar Questions

Christopher Pinon (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
        Weak and Strong Accomplishments

Uli Sauerland (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
        A New Semantics for Number

Penka Stateva (Humboldt University, Berlin)
        Superlative More

Andrea Wilhelm (University of Calgary)
        Quasi-telic Perfective Aspect in Dene Suline (Chipewyan)

Klaus Abels (University of Connecticut)
        Who Gives a Damn About Minimizers in Questions?

Richard Breheny (University of Cambridge)
        A Lexicalist Account of Implicit (Bound) Contextual Dependence

Dmitry Levinson (Tel-Aviv University)
        Probabilistic Model-theoretic Semantics for 'want'

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