01 September 2010

Conferences and Invited Talks in Fall 2010

Conferences:

Heeju Hwang
will be giving a talk at AMLaP 2010 Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, University of York, 6th - 8th September 2010

Dongsik Lim
(alumnus) and Barbara Tomaszewicz will be giving talks at Sinn und Bedeutung in September (9-11).

Sergio Robles-Puente
is giving 2 talks at LARP (Laboratory Appproaches to Romance Phonology) in Provo (Utah) in September (24-25).

Barbara Tomaszewicz will be giving a talk at the GIST2 Conference "Main Clause Phenomena" in Ghent, Belgium (September 29-October 1).

Lucy Kim will be giving talk at the 20th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference (JK20) in in Oxford October (1-3).

Katy McKinney-Bock and Ellen O'Connor Mohun will be giving talks at RALFe in Paris in October (14-16).

Yin Bin
will be giving a talk at the Second Language Research Forum (SLRF) conference at the University of Maryland in October (14-17).

Mary Byram, Sarah Ouwayda, and Barbara Tomaszewicz will be giving talks at the California University Semantics and Pragmatics meeting in October (15-16).

Dongsik Lim (alumnus) and Daylen Riggs will be giving talks, and Ellen O'Connor Mohun will be presenting a poster at NELS in UPenn in October (22-24).

Rachel Walker will be giving a talk entitled "Nonlocal target scope in Baiyinna Orochen" at the 7th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics at the University of Southern California in October (29-31).

Phillip Carter, and Michael Shepherd will be giving talks, and Xin Zhao will be presenting a poster, at NWAV in Texas in November (4-6)

Hagit Borer and Sarah Ouwayda will be giving a talk at the BAALL conference on Afro-Asiatic Grammar in Paris in November (25-27).


Invited talks:

Hagit Borer gave an invited presentation on “Language: The Generative Perspective” at the Communist University 2010 in London, in August. She is giving an invited talk (with Sarah Ouwayda) entitled "Playing your Cardinals Right" at the Empirical, theoretical and computational approaches to countability in natural language in Germany in September, and she will give the invited talks: "Representation of Events conference" at Universit√© Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris in October, "Verb Meaning, Event Semantics and Argument Structure" at the Autonomous University of Barcelona in December, and "(A-) Voiding the Lexicon" at the University of Munich in December.

Elsi Kaiser will be giving an invited talk as part of the UCLA Linguistics Colloquium in October.

Roumyana Pancheva will give invited talks at the Linguistics Colloquium at the University of Arizona in October, the Workshop on Perfect Puzzles in Bochum, Germany in November, and the Formal Description of Slavic Languages conference in the Czech Republic in November.

Rachel Walker will give invited talks at the Harvard and MIT Linguistics Colloquia in October.

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