Program

Proposed schedule

June 1, 2006

9:00Opening Frans Zwarts
9:15Hans Kamp, Stuttgart
CAUSEs and BECOMEs
9:50Chris Barker, UC San Diego
Reconstruction as Delayed Evaluation
10:30Peter Lasersohn, Illinois
Compositional Interpretation in which the Meanings of Complex Expressions are not Computable from the Meanings of their Parts
11:10Coffee
11:35Erhard Hinrichs, Tübingen
Computational Anaphora Resolution: Beyond Syntax
12:10Pauline Jacobson, Brown
Do Representations Matter—or do Meanings Matter: The Case of Antecedent Containment
13:00Lunch
14:15Gregory Stump, Kentucky
The Role of Paradigms in Inflectional Semantics
14:50John Nerbonne, Groningen
Quantitative Semantics?
15:25William A. Ladusaw, Santa Cruz
What Constrains Inference in the Interpretation of Sluices?
16:00Coffee/Tea
16:30Jack Hoeksema, Groningen
The SWARM Alternation Revisited
17:20Manfred Krifka, Berlin
Negated Antonyms: How to be not Unhappy
17:55Closing
19:30Dinner
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