The Slavic Linguistics Society is proud to announce a Workshop in Slavic Linguistics to immediately follow the Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics (FASL 21) meeting.
What: Four days of intensive courses in diverse areas of Slavic linguistics
When: Monday, 14 May 2012 to Thursday 17 May 2102, right after FASL
Where: Indiana University – Bloomington (USA)
Registration: Individuals planning on taking part are asked to register by 1 May 2012. To do so, please send an email to Catherine Rudin (carudin1 [at] wsc [dot] edu).
Instructors and Topics:
- Topics in Phrase Structure: Guglielmo Cinque and Iliana Krapova (University of Venice)
- Topics in Polish Syntax: Barbara Citko (University of Washington)
- Issues in Slavic Accentology: Ronald Feldstein (Indiana University)
- Topics in Russian Morphology: George Fowler (Indiana University)
- Topics in South Slavic Clitics: Steven Franks (Indiana University)
- Issues in the Acquisition of Russian: Tania Ionin (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
- Topics in Serbian Syntax: Ljiljana Progovac (Wayne State University)
- Topics in Bulgarian Syntax: Catherine Rudin (Wayne State College)
- Topics in the Semantics of Slavic Modals: Igor Yanovich (MIT)
- Topics in Slavic Syllable Structure: Draga Zec (Cornell University)
The workshop has its own webpage, available here.