Panini Workshop

Paul Kiparsky kiparsky at CSLI.STANFORD.EDU
Tue Feb 12 00:44:29 UTC 2002

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There will be a workshop on Panini in honor of S.D.Joshi at Stanford
University on March 1-2.  The program of the workshop is below.  For
further information contact kiparsky at


Friday, March 1

10-11 S.D. Joshi, University of Poona: A modern approach to Paa.nini

11-12 Ashwini Deo, Stanford: The taddhita section

1:30-2:15 J. F. Staal, Berkeley: Remarks on artificial languages

2:15-3:15 Johannes Bronkhorst, University of Geneva: Paa.nini's
grammar, from meaning to utterance

3:30-5 Madhav Deshpande, U. of Michigan: Generating Vernacular
Sanskrit: Linguistic Interaction between Sanskrit and Vernaculars
(Linguistics Dept. Colloquium)

Saturday, March 2

10-11 Rama Nath Sharma, University of Hawaii: Viprati.sedha

11-12 Ashok Aklujkar: Paa.nini 7.2.23 and Textual Strands in Pata;njali's Mahaabhaa.sya

1:30-2:30 Paul Kiparsky, Stanford:  New evidence on Paa.nini's treatment of optionality

2:30-3:30 Madhav Deshpande, U. of Michigan: vs. in
Paa.nini and allied literature

4-5 Panel discussion


Note: one or two talks may still be added to the program.

The workshop will be held in Room 126, Margaret Jacks Hall, Stanford University.

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