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Ealing Poster Session

In addition to its schedule of courses and lectures, a poster session - or poster sessions depending on the number of poster selected - will be organized to allow Ealing participants to get a chance to present their own work.

Abstracts in Morphosyntax, Formal Pragmatics, Semantics, Syntax, their interaction or the Psycho or Neuro linguistics of these areas are invited for participation in the Ealing Poster Session.

Presenters at the poster session have to be registered for the Ealing Fall School.
Attendance at the poster session is open to all.

Poster Session Program

Antomo, Mailin Ines. J.W.Goethe-Universität. Verb Second in weil-clauses in German: Embedded V2 and the syntax-semantics-pragmatics interface
Dafina, Ratiu. University of Nantes. On the syntax and semantics of multiple questions
Falco, Michelangelo. Scuola Normale Superiore. The Licensing of Pronominal Features in WCO and OPC
Falkum, Ingrid Lossius. University College London. Polysemy: Lexically Generated or Pragmatically Inferred?
Galery, Thiago. University College London. Modularity, Singular Content, and the Deferred Uses of Indexicals
Grove, Kyle. Cornell University. Why Unergatives Have it Hard: Garden-path Asymmetries as Causative-PP Co-Occurence Restrictions
Liu, Mingya. University of Tübingen. Negation, Conventional Implicature, and Positive Polarity Items
Peredy, Marta. Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy. Aktionsart of the DE-constructions
Cao, Hui. University College London. On mei ‘every’ and dou ‘all’ in Mandarin Chinese
Schaden, Gerhard. CNRS Laboratoire de linguistique formelle. The Nature and Necessity of Generalization

Instructions for Abstract Submission

Abstracts must be at most one page long on a letter-size (8"1/2 by 11") or A4 sheet with one-inch or 2.5 cm margins and typed in at least 11-point font.
An optional second page is permitted for data and references.
At the top of each page, please include (1) the abstract title and (2) one or two keywords chosen among these: Morphosyntax, Formal Pragmatics, Formal Semantics, Syntax, Psycholinguistics or Neurolinguistics describing the topics of the paper.
Abstracts will be reviewed anonymously, please make sure that the authors are not identified on any abstract page.
A selection of abstracts will be chosen by the selection committee.

Submissions are limited to 1 individual and 1 joint abstract per author, or 2 joint abstracts per author.
All electronic submissions must be in the PDF file format.
Abstract submission must be done electronically on the following site:

http://ealing.cognition.ens.fr/pasha or click on this link Ealing-Poster

Deadline for Submission
July 20th, 2008, 5:00 pm Paris, France Time
(Abstracts must be received by this time.)


1. Due to technical problems affecting access to the submission site, the original deadline was changed to July 20th midnight, Paris , France time.(as a result we changed the date for the notification of acceptance).
2. Notification of Acceptance will be sent by email by the 10th of August 2008.
3. Notifications have been sent. The dates and times of the poster session will be posted on the conference schedule.
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