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EALing 2006

Organisé par : Dominique Sportiche (ENS / UCLA)

This is a cross-linguistic investigation into locative and directional expressions, with a focus on their relationship to adpositions (prepositions and postpositions, the category P). "Local" case systems like those of Finnish and Hungarian will be examined, as will languages which make extensive use of relational nouns to express locative concepts. The aim of the course will be to develop some sense of the range and limits of cross-linguistic variation in this domain, with an eye toward characterizing the nature of universals, whether they are syntactically autonomous or cognitively grounded.
Prerequisites: A basic background in descriptive linguistics would be useful. No theoretical background will be presupposed.

Ressources en ligne

  • The Anatomy of the Category P 1/4 (le 18 septembre 2006) — Peter Svenonius
    This is a cross-linguistic investigation into locative and directional expressions, with a focus on their relationship to adpositions (prepositions and postpositions, the category P). "Local" case systems like those of Finnish and Hungarian will be examined, as will languages which make extensive use of relational nouns to express locative concepts. The aim of the course will be to develop some sense of the range and limits of cross-linguistic variation in this domain, with an eye toward characterizing the nature of universals, whether they are syntactically autonomous or cognitively grounded.
    Prerequisites: A basic background in descriptive linguistics would be useful. No theoretical background will be presupposed.
    References: For now there is some background material Here
  • The Anatomy of the Category P 2/4 (le 19 septembre 2006) — Peter Svenonius
    This is a cross-linguistic investigation into locative and directional expressions, with a focus on their relationship to adpositions (prepositions and postpositions, the category P). "Local" case systems like those of Finnish and Hungarian will be examined, as will languages which make extensive use of relational nouns to express locative concepts. The aim of the course will be to develop some sense of the range and limits of cross-linguistic variation in this domain, with an eye toward characterizing the nature of universals, whether they are syntactically autonomous or cognitively grounded.
    Prerequisites: A basic background in descriptive linguistics would be useful. No theoretical background will be presupposed.
    References: For now there is some background material Here
  • The Anatomy of the Category P 3/4 (le 20 septembre 2006) — Peter Svenonius
    This is a cross-linguistic investigation into locative and directional expressions, with a focus on their relationship to adpositions (prepositions and postpositions, the category P). "Local" case systems like those of Finnish and Hungarian will be examined, as will languages which make extensive use of relational nouns to express locative concepts. The aim of the course will be to develop some sense of the range and limits of cross-linguistic variation in this domain, with an eye toward characterizing the nature of universals, whether they are syntactically autonomous or cognitively grounded.
    Prerequisites: A basic background in descriptive linguistics would be useful. No theoretical background will be presupposed.
    References: For now there is some background material Here
  • The Anatomy of the Category P 4/4 (le 21 septembre 2006) — Peter Svenonius
    This is a cross-linguistic investigation into locative and directional expressions, with a focus on their relationship to adpositions (prepositions and postpositions, the category P). "Local" case systems like those of Finnish and Hungarian will be examined, as will languages which make extensive use of relational nouns to express locative concepts. The aim of the course will be to develop some sense of the range and limits of cross-linguistic variation in this domain, with an eye toward characterizing the nature of universals, whether they are syntactically autonomous or cognitively grounded.
    Prerequisites: A basic background in descriptive linguistics would be useful. No theoretical background will be presupposed.
    References: For now there is some background material Here

Organisateurs

Dominique_Sportiche

Dominique Sportiche (ENS / UCLA)

professeur associé au Département d’études cognitives de l’ENS, professeur à l’Université de Californie à Los Angeles (UCLA), linguistique.

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