23.2033, Confs: General Linguistics/Germany

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Subject: 23.2033, Confs: General Linguistics/Germany

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Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2012 13:47:41
From: Gert Webelhuth [webelhuth at lingua.uni-frankfurt.de]
Subject: HPSG Workshop in Frankfurt

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HPSG Workshop in Frankfurt 

Date: 11-May-2012 - 12-May-2012 
Location: Frankfurt, Germany 
Contact: Gert Webelhuth 
Contact Email: webelhuth at lingua.uni-frankfurt.de 
Meeting URL: http://www.uni-frankfurt.de/fb/fb10/ieas/abteilungen/linguistik/Lehrende/webelhuth/HPSG-workshop/index.html 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

The English Department of the University of Frankfurt will host an informal workshop on HPSG on May 11-12.

The workshop program as well as organizational information can be found on the following webpage:

http://www.uni-frankfurt.de/fb/fb10/ieas/abteilungen/linguistik/Lehrende/webelhuth/HPSG-workshop/index.html

All interested are invited to attend. No registration is necessary.

Gert Webelhuth 

Thursday, May 10

19:00
Warm up

Friday, May 11
Building: Rechtswissenschaft und Wirtschaftswissenschaften, No. 5 on the campus map
Room 3.101

10:00
Berthold Crysmann (LLF, CNRS, Paris): Resumption and Islandhood in Hausa

11:00
Heike Walker (University of Frankfurt): A Theory of Relative Clause Attachment

12:00
Lunch break

14:00
Frank Van Eynde (University of Leuven, Belgium): On the Agreement between Predicative Complements and their Target

15:00
Stefan Müller (Free University of Berlin)

16:00 
Coffee break

16:30
Anne Abeillé, Danièle Godard & Jean-Marie Marandin (CNRS-U. Paris Diderot): French Questioning Declaratives in Question

17:30
Oliver Bonami & Gert Webelhuth (Univ. of Paris Sorbonne and Univ. of Frankfurt): Inflectional Periphrasis as Collocation

Saturday, May 12
Building: IG Hochhaus, No. 1 on the campus map
Room 1.314 (Eisenhower Room)

10:00
Frank Richter & Manfred Sailer (University of Tübingen and University of Frankfurt): Lexical Effects of Epistemic Modals on Resolving the Scope of Strong Quantifiers

11:00
Bob Borsley (University of Essex): Apparent Filler-gap Mismatches in Welsh

12:00
Coffee break

12:30
Valia Kordoni (DFKI GmbH and Saarland University): The Role of HPSG in the Interaction between Linguistics and Computational Linguistics

Afternoon
Lunch + Culture







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