18.1649, Confs: Linguistic Theories, Morphology,Semantics,Syntax/USA

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Subject: 18.1649, Confs: Linguistic Theories, Morphology,Semantics,Syntax/USA

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Date: 29-May-2007
From: Cathryn Donohue < donohue at unr.edu >
Subject: Empirical Approaches to Morphological Case


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Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 10:44:21
From: Cathryn Donohue < donohue at unr.edu >
Subject:  Empirical Approaches to Morphological Case 

Empirical Approaches to Morphological Case 

Date: 25-Jul-2007 - 25-Jul-2007 
Location: Stanford, CA, USA 
Contact: Cathryn Donohue 
Contact Email: donohue at unr.edu 
Meeting URL: http://wolfweb.unr.edu/homepage/donohue/case 

Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories; Morphology; Semantics; Syntax 

Meeting Description: 

The aim of this workshop is to establish greater awareness of the benefit of
different empirical approaches to the study of morphological case, the insights
that such studies provide, and how they inform theoretical models. The workshop
is part of the LSA Summer Institute, Stanford, CA. 

This workshop is free of charge but registration is preferred for planning
purposes. Registration can be done online at:

Program :

Workshop on Emperical Approaches to Morphological Case

Location : Room 113, ''Pigott Hall'', Building 260, Stanford University

8:55-9:00  Opening remarks
9:00-9:55  Andrew Spencer (University of Essex) - How to do Hungarian case
10:00-10:30  Klaus von Heusinger (Stuttgart Univ.) and Georg Keiser (Univ. of
Konstanz) - Case alternations and verbal classes in Spanish

10:30-10:45  Break 

10:45-11:15  Cathryn Donohue (University of Nevada, Reno)- On the semantic
nature of non-canonical case in Basque
11:15-11:45  Mark Donohue (Monash University) - Case and configurationality:
Scrambling or mapping?
11:45-12:30  Commentary & Discussion

12:30-1:30  Lunch Break

1:30-2:25  Joan Maling (Brandeis Univ.) and Jong Sup Jun (Hankuk Univ.) - TBA
2:30-3:00	 Arto Antilla (Stanford Univ.) and Jong-Bok Kim - Structural case on
3:00-3:30	 Jóhanna Barðdal (University of Bergen) - Lexical vs. structural case:
A false dichotomy

3:30-3:45  Break

3:45-4:15  Shobhana Chelliah (University of North Texas) - Data sources for case
analysis in languages with prescriptive traditions
4:15-4:45  Matthew Baerman, Dunstan Brown, Greville Corbett, Alexander
Krasovitsky, Alison Long (University of Surrey) - Changing semantic factors in
case selection: Russian evidence form the last two centuries
4:45-5:15  Scott Grim (Stanford University) - Semantics of case and the
Accusative/Genitive alternation in Russian.

5:15-5:30  Break 

5:30-6:25  Miriam Butt (University of Konstanz) - TBA	
6:30-7:25  Commentary & Discussion
7:25-7:30  Closing remarks

8:00  Dinner off campus

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