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EALing 2012 - Blaise Pascal LECTURES

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Blaise Pascal Lectures 2012 /Conférences Blaise Pascal 2012

« The Blaise Pascal International Research Chair is financed by the French state and by the Ile-de- France region, nas is managed by Fondation de l’Ecole Normale Supérieure »

We are happy to announce that Professor Luigi Rizzi (University of Siena) recipient of a Blaise Pascal chair will deliver "Blaise Pascal Lectures" in September 2012 during Ealing.
The content of these lectures is described below (see Ealing Schedule for time and place).

Nous sommes heureux d'annoncer que le professeur Luigi Rizzi (Université de Sienne) lauréat d'une chaire Blaise Pascal donnera des conférences "Blaise Pascal" en Septembre 2012 pendant Ealing.
Le contenu de ces conférences est décrit ci-dessous (voir l'emploi du temps de Ealing pour les horaires et lieux des conférences).

Luigi Rizzi

Title of the Blaise Pascal lectures: Cartography and Locality, Criteria and Labeling
Description of the Blaise Pascal lectures
In these lectures I would like to address the following closely connected topics:
- Briefly introduce the basic guidelines of cartographic studies, and consider alternatives involving less structured syntactic representations;
- Address the issue of “further explanations” of functional sequences in terms of the theory of locality and of interface requirements.
- Discuss the implications for cartographic studies of the theory of labeling presented in Chomsky (2012) “Problems of Projections”, to appear in Lingua, and explore the consequences of this approach for Criterial Freezing effects and other aspects of the “Halting problem” for different types of movement.
The lectures presuppose some familiarity with current models of formal syntax, with special reference to minimalism.

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