17.1104, FYI: EGG Summer School: Olomouc 06

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Subject: 17.1104, FYI: EGG Summer School: Olomouc 06

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Date: 10-Apr-2006
From: Tobias Scheer < scheer at unice.fr >
Subject: EGG Summer School: Olomouc 06 

	
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Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2006 09:58:17
From: Tobias Scheer < scheer at unice.fr >
Subject: EGG Summer School: Olomouc 06 
 


13th EGG Summer School
Olomouc/ Czech Republic
24 July - 4 August
more info at http://egg.auf.net

Registration: 10-20 April

The Eastern Generative Grammar summerschool, sometimes known as the GLEE,
will be held in the historic town of Olomouc (Moravia) in 2006. The egg
focuses on generative grammar. Teachers are both senior established figures
in the field and young promising researchers at the forefront of today's
research (they are all coming to teach for free (and for fun)).

Olomouc 06 will be a thematic EGG on the interface of phonology with
morphology and syntax. The goal is to have syntacticians and phonologists
talk to each other (something that is not obvious at all these days) about
the strange no-man's land that lies between them: where is morphology
standing? what exactly is PF doing? what can it do? what is it unable to
do? How exactly does it do it? And many more questions of that kind. All in
all, our focus is the general architecture of the grammar.

Registration (online) will only be open from April 10th to April 20th, see
egg.auf.net for details, also for the programme and course descriptions,
which are almost complete:

Intro track
Glyne Piggott (Mcgill Montreal) - Introduction to stress
Marc Van Oostendorp (Meertens) - Introduction to OT in phonology
Oystein Nilsen (Tromso/Utrecht) - Introduction to Syntax and Semantics

Research classes
Glyne Piggott (Mcgill Montreal) - The phonological interpretation of
morphological structure
Ricardo Bermudez-Otero (University Of Manchester) - Stratal OT
Marc Van Oostendorp (Meertens) - A theory of morphosyntactic colours
Sabrina Bendjaballah (Lille) , Martin Haiden (Lille) - The PF-Syntax
interface in a model of parallel derivation
Sabrina Bendjaballah   (Lille) - Templates and nonconcatenative
morphophonological representations
Tobias Scheer   (Nice) - How extra-phonological information is processed in
phonology - a survey from Troubetzkoy to OT
Tobias Scheer   (Nice) - Direct Interface
Tatjana Marvin   (Ljubljana) - The interaction between stress, syntax, and
meaning in word formation 
Michal Starke   (Tromso) - The nanosyntax of participles and how they spell out
Michal Starke   (Tromso) - Nanosyntax - An overview with special reference
to the interface
Ad Neeleman   (UCL) - Toward a non-templatic syntax
Ad Neeleman   (UCL) - Syntactic aspects of PF
Joe Emonds   (Kobe Shoin) - Late Syntactic and PF Merge of morphemes
Joe Emonds   (Kobe Shoin) - Maximally Distributing Morphology
Martin Haiden   (Lille) - Argument structure and overt morphology

The organizers
Tobias Scheer & Michal Starke 



Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
                     Discipline of Linguistics
                     General Linguistics
                     Linguistic Theories
                     Morphology
                     Philosophy of Language
                     Phonology
                     Syntax





 




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