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Linguistics Investigations into Formal Description of Slavic Languages

Contributions of the Sixth European Conference held at Potsdam University, November 30-December 02, 2005


Peter Kosta and Lilia Schürcks

Contents: Małgorzata Ćavar: Derived Environment Effects in A-Surface-Oriented Theory – Olivier Rizzolo: Utrovački and Šatrovački: Description and Theoretical Perspectives of Two Serbo-Croatian Language Games – Valja Werkmann/Ina Mleinek: Russian Personal Pronouns and the Syntax-Phonology Interface – Johanka Doležalová/Vladimír Petkevič: Shallow Parsing of Czech Sentence Based on Correct Morphological Disambiguation – Agnieszka Mykowiecka/Małgorzata Marciniak: Automatic Spelling Correction of the Texts from a Restricted Domain – Anna Kijak: Default Stress in Russian - Evidence from Second Language Acquisition. The Case of Russian Learners of Polish – Maria Yudina/Olga Fedorova/Igor Yanovich: Relative Clause Attachment in Russian: the Role of Conceptual and Grammatical Gender – Monika Bašić: Split Phrases in Slavic – Petr Biskup: Phase Featuring-Driven EPP-Features and EPP-Feature-Driven Subjacency in Czech – Joanna Błaszczak: The NOM/GEN «Subject» Puzzle in Polish – Anna Bondaruk: Restructuring in Polish - a Phase-Based Analysis – Željko Bošković: A Note on Wh-Typology – Boštjan Dvořák/Ilse Zimmermann: The Slovenian Imperative in Embedded Clauses – Jacopo Garzonio: The Subject Position in Russian Impersonal Sentences: a Cartographical Approach – Martina Gračanin-Yuksek: Croatian Free Relatives – Gašper Ilc/Milena Milojević Sheppard: Slovene Negative Pronouns as N-Words – Olga Kagan: A Modal Analysis of Genitive Case in Russian – Olga Khomitsevich/Eric Reuland: On the Encoding of Temporal Dependencies – Peter Kosta/Lilia Schürcks: The Focus Feature Revisited – Nerea Madariaga: Russian Patterns of Floating Quantification: (Non-)Agreeing Quantifiers – Krzysztof Migdalski: Interaction between Verb Movement and Negation in South Slavic – Nataša Miliċeviċ: When Negation is not Negation – Alexandr Rosen: Hybrid Agreement in Czech Predicates – Hana Skrabalova: Number Agreement with Coordinate Nouns in Czech – Nikolay Slavkov: Clitics and Argument Position: Evidence for the Double Object Construction in Bulgarian – Szymon Słodowicz: Inherent and Structural Control in Polish – Barbara Sonnenhauser: Perfectivity, Terminativity Boundedness: Aspect and Aorist/Imperfect in Bulgarian – Luka Szucsich: (Non)Agreement, Case Licensing and Argument Structure: Little v in Slavic Languages – Jovka Tisheva: On Right Dislocation and Marginalization in Bulgarian – Olga Mišeska Tomić: Clitic-Doubling Strategies in Balkan Slavic – Helen Trugman: Rudiments of Romance N-to-D Movement in Russian – Jesse Tseng/Anna Kupść: A Cross-Linguistic Approach to Slavic Past Tense and Conditional Constructions Principle – Valja Werkmann: Control and Raising in Bulgarian and Macedonian – Jacek Witkoś: Polish and A-Type Scrambling – Markéta Ziková/Pavel Caha: The Czech Declension and Syncretism – Rositsa Dekova: Formal Description of Verb Meaning across Languages – Philip Dudchuk: Instrument/Subject Alternation and Event Structure: Evidence from Russian – Alte Grønn: Relative Past and the Syntax-Semantics Interface in Russian – Sergej Tatevosov: Measuring Individuals, Partitioning Events: Semantics of Cumulative Verbs in Russian – Beata Trawiński: Towards a Systematic Treatment of Polish Third Person Personal Pronouns – Bożena Rozwadowska: Various Faces of the Psych-Phenomenon in Polish.