19.2240, Confs: Cognitive Science, Psycholing, Semantics, Syntax/Netherlands

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Subject: 19.2240, Confs: Cognitive Science, Psycholing, Semantics, Syntax/Netherlands

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Date: 14-Jul-2008
From: Boban Arsenijevic < b.arsenijevic at uva.nl >
Subject: Biosemantics: Workshop on the Status of Semantics in the Biolinguistic Approach to Language

 

	
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Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 15:44:30
From: Boban Arsenijevic [b.arsenijevic at uva.nl]
Subject: Biosemantics: Workshop on the Status of Semantics in the Biolinguistic Approach to Language
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Biosemantics: Workshop on the Status of Semantics in the Biolinguistic Approach
to Language 
Short Title: BioSem 

Date: 12-Sep-2008 - 14-Sep-2008 
Location: Leiden, Netherlands 
Contact: Boban Arsenijevic 
Contact Email: b.arsenijevic at uva.nl 
Meeting URL: http:// 

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Psycholinguistics; Semantics; Syntax 

Meeting Description: 

Workshop on the Status of Semantics in the Biolinguistic Approach to Language,
to be held at Leiden University, Lipsius Building, Room 147, in Leiden, The
Netherlands.  
Invited speakers: Cedric Boeckx, Anna Maria Di Sciullo, Michiel van Lambalgen,
Andrea Moro, Tom Roeper and Juan Uriagereka. 
Registration at the workshop site (conference fee: €?10)
Attendants in need of accommodation in Leiden are encouraged to book it as
soon as possible, because there is a deficit of accommodation in the area in the
period around the workshop (check the Mayflower hotel, Nieuw Minerva and De Doelen) 

Friday, September 12

16:00-17:30:	
Warming up (an informal meeting meant to facilitate preliminary discussions and
getting familiar with each others perspectives on the issues)

Saturday, September 13

9:00-9:30:	
Registration	

09:30:	
Opening	

10:00-11:00:	
Wolfram Hinzen & Boban Arsenijevi? (Durham University, University of Amsterdam):
700 Years of the Syntax-Semantics Interface	

11:00-11:40:	
Ronnie Wilbur, Evguenia Malaia, and Thomas Talavage (Purdue University):
Biolinguistic Approaches to Understanding the Syntax-Semantics Interface 

11:40-12:40:	
Michiel van Lambalgen (University of Amsterdam): Tense, Aspect and Parallel
Architecture

12:40-14:00:	
Lunch break

14:00-15:00:	
Juan Uriagereka (University of Maryland): Intentionality and Intensionality:
Related After All These Years?

15:00-15:40:	
Hedde Zeijlstra (Uiversity of Amsterdam): Markers, Meaning and Morphology

15:40-16:20:	
Heather Burnett (UCLA): Polymorphic Quantifiers, Syntactic Domains, and the
Architecture of the Syntax-Semantics Interface

16:20-16:50:	
Tea break

16:50-17:50:	
Tom Roeper (University of Massachusetts Amherst): T.B.A. 

(There will probably be a workshop dinner on Saturday, but the details are yet
to be decided)

Sunday, September 14

10:00-11:00	
Andrea Moro (Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan): Negation in the Brain

11:00-11:40	
Valentina Papa (University of Florence): Ellipsis and Compositionality 

11:40-12:40	
Anna Maria DiSciullo (Université du Québec à Montréal): Three Sorts of
Functional-Semantic Relations as Objects of the Biological World. 

12:40-14:00	
Lunch break

14:00-15:00	
Cedric Boeckx (Harvard University): I-Semantics

15:00-15:40	
Dennis Ott (Harvard University): Syntax in Thought's Service: Phases as
Instructions 

15:40-16:20	
Ángel Gallego (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona): The Second Factor and Phase
Theory A Phase-based Approach to Variation

16:20-16:50	
Tea break

16:20-17:20	
Discussion

Alternate speakers: 
Filip Buekens: What is the Problem Solved by Cognition? A Genealogy of the
Truth/Content-Distinction
Hiroyuki Nishina: The Embodiment of Verb: The Causation of Bodily Action as the
Source of Its Meaning







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