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Ana Teresa Alves (Universidade dos Ašores): Anaphoric Temporal Locators and Discourse Structure

Kata Balogh (University of Amsterdam): Exhausitivity Operator(s) and Hungarian Focus Structure

Stefan Bott (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona): Links, Tails and Monotonicity

Adrian Brasoveanu (Rutgers University & University of Stuttgart): Entailment Particles and Content Anaphora in Natural Language

Lisa Brunetti (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona): On links and tails in Italian

Jonathan Ginzburg (Kingĺs College, London):

Clßudio C. e C. Gonšalves (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina): Imperfectivity Phenomena

Yael Greenberg (Ilan University, Israel): Structuring Temporal and Aspectual Relations with two Hebrew Adverbials, and the Semantics/Pragmatics of still

Atle Gr°nn (University of Oslo): Information structure and aspectual competition

Gerhard Jńger (University of Bielefeld): Presuppositions, games, and bounded rationality

Olga Kagan (Hebrew University of Jerusalem): Specificity as Speaker Identifiability

Elena Karagjosova (University of Oslo): The German response particle 'doch' as a case of contrastive focus

Marcus Kracht  (UCLA): Gnosis

Manfred Krifka (Humboldt University/ZAS, Berlin):

Barbara H. Partee (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) and Vladimir Borschev (VINITI RAN, Moscow and University of Massachusetts, Amherst): Information structure, perspectival structure, diathesis alternation, and the Russian Genitive of Negation

Robert van Rooij (University of Amsterdam): How to donkey Dayal's modal any

Kjell Johan SŠb° (University of Oslo): Theticity in a Bidirectional Theory of Focus

Philippe Schlenker (UCLA & IJN): Be Articulate!

Carla Umbach (University of Osnabrueck): Non-restrictive Modification and Backgrounding

Kriszta Szendrői and Iris Mulders (Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS): Resolving focal ambiguity on-line

Richard Zuber (CNRS, Paris): Some modifiers of conditionals

Zsˇfia Zvolenszky (ELTE University, Budapest): A Semantic Constraint on the Logic of Modal Conditionals