The Hungarian Language: Past and Present
UCLA, May 5 & 6 2006, 1648 Hershey Hall
Department of Slavic Languages and
Department of Linguistics
here on how to get from LAX (Los Angeles International Airport) to
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campus maps and travel info.
- Donka Farkas (UC Santa Cruz): Number in Hungarian and beyond,
- Marcel den Dikken (CUNY):
Long-distance agreement under focus movement in Hungarian, and its
implications for locality theory,
- Marianne Bakró-Nagy (University of Szeged &
Hungarian Academy of Sciences): Conditional constructions
in Uralic and Old-Hungarian
- Anna Fenyvesi (University of Szeged):
The many faces of Hungarian: Sociolinguistic findings
on contact varieties
- László Hunyadi (University of Debrecen):
Grouping, Prosody and Syntax
Aim and Scope
The aim of this conference is to bring together linguists
and scholars of Hungarian to discuss aspects of the Hungarian
Organisers and Venue
The workshop is organised by Johanna Domokos (Department of
Slavic Languages) and Marcus Kracht (Department of Linguistics)
and is hosted by the Department of Slavic languages of UCLA and co-hosted by the
Department of Linguistics of UCLA.
Unless you are an invited speaker, you will have to take care
(and pay) for your own accommodation. You can find a list
of hotels by clicking here.
If you are short of money, we can try and find someone
who can put you up.
May 5, 5-7pm: Reception at the Residence of the Hungarian Consul.
Details will be posted.
May 6, 6:30pm: Dinner at the Csárdás Restaurant
with Gypsy Music (Address: 5820 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles,
CA 90004, (323) 962 6434).
Information will be made available at
http://kracht.humnet.ucla.edu/hun06 (this page).
For more information contact
Marcus Kracht or
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