21.4486, Confs: Romance, General Ling/Netherlands

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Subject: 21.4486, Confs: Romance, General Ling/Netherlands

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Date: 09-Nov-2010
From: Roberta D'Alessandro [r.dalessandro at hum.leidenuniv.nl]
Subject: Going Romance 24
 

	
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Date: Tue, 09 Nov 2010 10:47:23
From: Roberta D'Alessandro [r.dalessandro at hum.leidenuniv.nl]
Subject: Going Romance 24

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Going Romance 24 

Date: 09-Dec-2010 - 11-Dec-2010 
Location: Leiden, Netherlands 
Contact: Going Romance 2010 Conference Organizer 
Contact Email: goingromance2010 at gmail.com 
Meeting URL: http://hum.leiden.edu/lucl/going-romance/ 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Language Family(ies): Romance 
Meeting Description: 

Going Romance is the European conference series that focuses on Romance languages from the perspective of current linguistic theorizing. In the two decades of its existence, it has developed into the major European discussion forum for theoretically relevant research on Romance languages where current ideas about language in general and about Romance languages in particular are discussed.

Going Romance has a steering committee, in which all Dutch universities that are involved in research on Romance languages are represented. It is organised every year, in the first half of December.

Going Romance is the European conference series that focuses on Romance languages from the perspective of current linguistic theorizing. In more than two decades of its existence, it has developed into the major European discussion forum for theoretically relevant research on Romance languages where current ideas about language in general and about Romance languages in particular are discussed.

Going Romance 24 will take place in Leiden (Netherlands) on December 9-10 2010 and will be followed by the Going Romance Workshop 'Non-Romance features in Romance languages' on December 11 2010.

The invited speakers for Going Romance 24 are:

Ana Arregui
João Costa
Rita Manzini
Tobias Scheer 

Going Romance 24 Program

Thursday December 9th

9.00 - 9.40	
Registration

9.40 - 9.50	
Opening

9.50 - 10.45	
Key-note speaker: João Costa, Universidade Nova de Lisboa: Growing Romance: the Acquisition Perspective on the Interfaces

10.45 - 11.20	
Carlo Cecchetto and Caterina Donati. University of Milan Bicocca, Sapienza and University of Rome: Pseudorelatives as the Missing Link of Relativization

11.20- 11.40	
Break

11.40 - 12.15	
Manuela Pinto, Utrecht University: The Acquisition of Subject Pronouns in Italian: A Theoretical Approach

12.15 - 12.50	
Stefano Rastelli, University of Pavia: Knowledge and Processing of Auxiliaries in a Second Language: An Eye-tracking Study on Auxiliary Selection in L2 Italian

12-15-14:00 	
Lunch

14.00 - 14.35	
Andrés Saab and Pablo Zdrojewski, LUCL Leiden/ Universidad Nacional del Comahue and University of Buenos Aires: Anti-repair Effects under Ellipsis: Diagnosing (post)-Syntactic Clitics in Spanish

14.35 - 15.10	
Irene Franco, LUCL Leiden: Clitic Climbing and Partial Pro-drop in Old Italian Stylistic Fronting

15.10 - 15.45	
Chiara Gianollo, University of Konstanz: The Syntax of Genitives from Late Latin to Old French
 	
Break

16.00 - 16.35	
Bert Le Bruyn and Henriette de Swart, UIL-OTS Utrecht: Recoordinating Bare Coordination

16.35 - 17.10	
Heather Burnett, University of California, Los Angeles: Floating Quantifiers and the Semantic Structure of Telic Predicates in Québec French

17:10 - 17:45	
Anamaria Falaus, U. Nantes: Epistemic Determiners and Imperatives: the Unlikely Reconciliation

Friday December 10th

9.00 - 9.35	
David Embick, University of Pennsylvanial: Contextual Conditions on Stem Alternation: Illustrations from the Spanish Conjugation

9.35 - 10.10	
Francesc Torres-Tamarit and Clàudia Pons-Moll, CLT, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and UB/ CLT, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona: Voiced Stop Gemination: Its Serial Interactions with Syllabification and Morpheme Spellout

10.10 - 10.45	
Marc van Oostendorp, Meertens Instituut Amsterdam/LUCL Leiden: Against [- voice] in French and Walloon

10.45 - 11.05	
Break

11.05-11.40	
Viviane Deprez, Kristen Syrett and Shigeto Kawahara. Rutgers University: Licensing Questions with Intonation: The Case of French wh- in situ

11.40 - 12.15	
Pavel Iosad, University of Tromsø/CASTL: Final Devoicing and Vowel Lengthening in the North of Italy: a Representational Approach

12.15 - 12.50	
Dafina Ratiu, U. Nantes: Obligatory Sluicing isn't Sluicing
 
12.50- 14.00
Lunch

14.00 - 14.55	
Key-note speaker: Tobias Scheer, Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis: Lenition of Branching Onsets: Celtic, Gorgia Toscana, Gallo-Romance (Dialectal Evidence from the ALF)

14.55 - 15.30	
Ivan Ortega-Santos, University of Memphis: Contrastive Focus at the Right Edge

15.30 - 16.05	
Stefano Canalis and Luigina Garrapa, University of Padua and University of Lecce.: Stressed Vowel Duration in Italian: What Paroxytones and Proparoxytones have in Common
 	
Break
 
16.20 - 16.55	
Poliana Camargo Rabelo,Universidade de Brasília: (Controlled) Null Subjects in Brazilian Portuguese (BP)

16.55 - 17.30	
Dalina Kallulli, University of Vienna: Reflexives that (do not) Behave Themselves: Denominal Corpses, Deponent Cousins, and Other Disposable Delights

17.30 - 18.05	
Milan Rezac and Mélanie Jouitteau, CNRS/Paris VIII and CNRS/Paris VII	: The content of Arbitrary Indexicals in French: Evidence from Reflexivity
 
Saturday December 11th

9.00 - 9.55	
Key-note speaker: Rita Manzini, University of Florence: From Romance Clitics to the Theory of Case

9.55 - 10.30	
João Costa*, Ana Maria Martins! and Fernanda Pratas*, *Universidade Nova de Lisboa (CLUNL/FCSH) and Universidade de Lisboa  (FLUL/CLUL)!: VP Ellipsis: New Evidence from Capeverdean

10.30 - 11.05	
Julie Goncharov, University of Toronto: High Appl and Aspect in Romance languages
 	
11.05 - 11.25
Break

11.25 - 12.10	
Francesco Costantini, University of Venice: The Argument Structure of the Causative Construction 

12.10 - 12.55	
Key-note speaker: Ana Arregui, University of Ottawa: Revisiting Aspect and Modality in Romance

12.55 - 14.00	
Lunch

14.00 - 14.35	
Antonio Fábregas and Rafael Marín, Universitetet i Tromsø and Université Lille 3: Aspect Cross-categorially: States in Nominalizations

14.35 - 15.10	
Fernanda Pratas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (CLUNL/FCSH): 'Know' is Not 'Believe' or 'Remember': Capeverdean Clues on Stativity

15.10 - 15.45	
Jacopo Garzonio and Cecilia Poletto, University of Padua and University of Venice: Optional Negative Concord?

Alternates:

1. Isabelle Haïk, Université de Caen: A That/trace Effect on Ellipsis

2. Clàudia Pons-Moll and Maria Ohannesian, UB & CLT, UAB and CLT, UAB: Formalizing Inclusion in Inflectional and Derivational Paradigms

3. Cinzia Campanini  and Florian Schäfer, Universität Stuttgart: Optional SI/SE-constructions in Romance: a Low Applicative Analysis

4. Fabienne Martin, Universität Stuttgart: Stage Level and Individual Level Readings of Quality Nouns. A Study in Aspectual Morphosemantics





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