TOM 3

The Third Toronto-Ottawa-Montreal Semantics Workshop
March 6, 2010, McGill University
In the restaurant (basement) of Thomson House (David Thomson Post-Graduate Centre)
3650 McTavish Street

Click here for program/abstract booklet in PDF

9:00 Registration and coffee/muffins

(Session chair: Alexandra Simonenko)
9:30-10:30 Invited talk
The meaning of ECM: what fuzzy data can reveal
Keir Moulton, McGill University

10:30-11:00
Focus, scope and again-ambiguities
Walter Pedersen, McGill University

11:00-11:30  Break

(Session chair: Walter Pedersen)
11:30-12:00
Persian bare nouns

Fereshteh Modarresi, University of Ottawa

12:00-12:30
Adjectival focus operator in Norwegian and Swedish DP

Alexandra Simonenko, McGill University

12:30-2:00  Lunch at Thomson House

(Session chair: David-Étienne Bouchard)
2:00-2:30
Generic one

Daryl Chow, University of Ottawa

( The perfect side of the imperfective aspect in Polish and Russian Canceled
Ewelina Frackowiak, University of Ottawa )

2:30-3:00
“Degree constructions” with non-gradable nouns

Jason McCrimmon, University of Toronto

3:00-3:30
Shifting perspective in epistemic statements

Lorenzo Patino, University of Ottawa

3:30-4:00  Break

(Session chair: Eva Dobler)
4:00-5:00  Invited talk
You, etc.

Ana Arregui, University of Ottawa


(Dinner arrangements for interested people. Please let Junko Shimoyama know if you are interested.)

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