18.1420, Confs: General Ling, Central Bantu Lang, Romance Lang/Germany

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Subject: 18.1420, Confs: General Ling, Central Bantu Lang, Romance Lang/Germany

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Date: 03-May-2007
From: Udo Klein < udo.klein at ling.uni-stuttgart.de >
Subject: Workshop - Case Marking in Bantu and Romance

 

	
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Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 03:42:47
From: Udo Klein < udo.klein at ling.uni-stuttgart.de >
Subject:  Workshop - Case Marking in Bantu and Romance 
 

Workshop - Case Marking in Bantu and Romance 

Date: 11-May-2007 - 11-May-2007 
Location: University of Stuttgart, Germany 
Contact: Udo Klein 
Contact Email: udo.klein at ling.uni-stuttgart.de 
Meeting URL: http://www.ilg.uni-stuttgart.de/projekt-C2/workshops/index.html 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Language Family(ies): Central Bantu; Romance 
Meeting Description: 

This workshop is organised by the project 'Case and referential context' which
is part of the collaborative research center (SFB) 732 'Incremental
specification in context' at the University of Stuttgart. The aim of the
workshop is to investigate the similarities and differences between differential
object marking in Bantu and Romance. 

This workshop is organised by the project ''Case and referential context'' which
is part of the collaborative research center (SFB) 732 ''Incremental
specification in context'' at the University of Stuttgart. The aim of the
workshop is to investigate the similarities and differences between differential
object marking in Bantu and Romance. 

Program: 

09.00-11.00 	Project 	        Discussion
11.00-11.30 	Coffee break 	
11.30-12.30 	Yukiko Morimoto: 	DOM in Sesotho double object applicatives
12.30-14.00 	Lunch break 	
14.00-15.00 	Kristina Riedel: 	Differential object marking in ''agreement'' and
''clitic doubling'' constructions in Bantu
15.00-15.15 	Coffee break 	
15.15-16.15 	Ruth Kempson: 	        Clitic Pronouns, Production Pressures, and
Syntactic Change
16.15-16.30 	Coffee break 	
16.30-17.30 	Udo Klein: 	        Clitic doubling and differential object marking
in Romanian
19.00 	Dinner






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