27.3740, Calls: General Ling, Morphology, Semantics, Syntax, Typology/France

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Subject: 27.3740, Calls: General Ling, Morphology, Semantics, Syntax, Typology/France

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Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2016 13:49:45
From: Patricia Cabredo [pcabredo at univ-paris8.fr]
Subject: Co-Distributivity workshop 2017

 Full Title: Co-Distributivity workshop 2017 
Short Title: CoDistr 2017 

Date: 23-Feb-2017 - 24-Feb-2017
Location: Paris, France 
Contact Person: Patricia Cabredo
Meeting Email: pcabredo at univ-paris8.fr
Web Site: http://www.sfl.cnrs.fr/codistr-journees-co-distributivite-2017 

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Morphology; Semantics; Syntax; Typology 

Call Deadline: 05-Dec-2016 

Meeting Description:

We welcome work on formal syntax and semantics of distributive dependencies
(distributivity and co-distributivity) in spoken and sign languages, as well
as psycholinguistic studies on processing and acquisition of distribution.

Invited speakers :
- Lucas Champollion (NYU)
- Kimiko Nakanishi (Ochanomizu University) 

Workshop organised by the project (Co-)distributivity
of the Fédération Typologie et universaux du langage'' (CNRS FR 2559)


Call for Papers:

We encourage submissions exploring the linguistic means used to establish
distributive dependencies, including, but not limited to, questions like the
following :

- the syntax and semantics of distributive quantifiers and other markers of
distributive keys
- the syntax and semantics of markers of distributive shares (e.g.
reduplicated numerals in Hungarian, Georgian, Tlingit, cîte indefinites in
Romanian), possible licensors for dependent indefinites)
- distributive vs. collective predication (The boxes are heavy. (i)
individually heavy (ii) collectively heavy.)
- (lack of) multiplication effects for indefinite singulars across multiple
events (e.g. He eats a sandwich for breakfast.)
- distribution effects for plurals (e.g. dependent plurals : Here professors
wear ties /  event-related readings: 4000 ships passed through the lock)
- distribution effects over times (e.g. A lot of people have been dying of
this disease lately)
- distribution properties of verbal plural markers (time, space, participants)
- distribution properties of group nouns and collective nouns (family, team,
herd, army)

We invite submissions for 25-minute presentations (plus ten-minute
discussions).

Abstracts should be at most 2 pages in length (including examples and
references) written in French or English.

Abstracts must be anonymous and should be sent by e-mail (plain ASCII, rtf, ps
or pdf) to: codistr.sfl AT cnrs.fr

Please write the author’s name plus the word ’abstract’ in the subject line of
your message (e.g., ’Dupont abstract’), and include author name(s),
affiliation, contact information and the title of the abstract in the body of
the email.



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