'; ?> The Vilem Mathesius Center

Vilem Mathesius Lecture Series 14

March 1 – 12, 1999

Krystal hotel, Jose Marti Str., Prague 6

Scientific Programme

  • Bengt Altenberg (Sweden): The Use of Parallel Corpora in Cross-Linguistic Research
  • Wolfgang Dressler (Austria): Theory of Language and Theory of Language Change
  • Eva Hajicova (Czech Republic): Topic-Focus and the Sentence
  • Julia Hirschberg (USA): Intonation and Discourse Structure
  • Frederick Jelinek (USA): A Structured Language Model and Parser
  • Mark Liberman (USA): Tone and Intonation
  • Jarmila Panevova (Czech Republic): Valency and Functional Generative Description
  • Jaroslav Peregrin (Czech Republic):Meanings and Context Change Potentials
  • Stanley Peters (USA): Quantification in Natural Language
  • Mats Rooth (Germany): Issues in the Grammar of Focus and Ellipsis
  • Helmut Schnelle (Germany): Language in the Brain: The New Challenge of Linguistic Theory
  • Petr Sgall (Czech Republic): Prague School in the Linguistics of Today
  • Mark Steedman (UK): Intonation and Focus
  • Joseph Taglicht (Israel): Intonational Phrasing in English - Focusing Structures in English
  • Jindrich Toman (USA): Topics in the Histereography of the Prague Circle
  • Ken Turner (UK): Between Semantics and Pragmatics

Time Schedule

Week 1 (March 1- March 5, 1999)

9:30-11:00 11:30-13:00 14:30-16:00 16:30-18:00
Monday 1.3 Steedman Toman Rooth x
Tuesday 2.3 Steedman Toman Rooth Altenberg
Wednesday 3.3 Steedman Turner Rooth Altenberg
Thursday 4.3 Taglicht Turner Toman Altenberg
Friday 5.3 Taglicht Turner Panevova Sgall

Week 2 (March 8- March 12, 1999)

9:30-11:00 11:30-13:00 14:30-16:00 16:30-18:00
Monday 8.3 Jelinek Peters Liberman Peregrin
Tuesday 9.3 Jelinek Peters Schnelle Liberman
Wednesday 10.3 Jelinek Hirschberg Schnelle Liberman
Thursday 11.3 Peters Hirschberg Schnelle Dressler
Friday 12.3 Hirschberg Dressler Hajicova x

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