Thursday, October 12

6:00-7:15     Dinner

7:30-9:30   Session 1
Sarah Moss (University of Michigan), “Full Belief and Loose Speech”

Friday, October 13

7:00-9:30     Breakfast

9:30-11.30     Session 2
David Liebesman (University of Calgary) and Ofra Magidor via Skype (Oxford University), “Copredication and Property Inheritance”

12:00-1.00     Lunch

1:15-3:15     Session 3
Michela Ippolito (University of Toronto), “Pragmatic Anomalies”

3:30-6:00     Session 4: Special joint session on vagueness
Justin Khoo (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), “Quasi Indexicals”
Una Stojnic (Columbia University), “Vague Utterances in Context” (joint work with Matthew Stone, Rutgers University)

7:00-9:00     Dinner

Saturday, October 14

7:00-9:30     Breakfast

9:30-11.30     Session 5
Simon Charlow (Rutgers University), “A Modular Theory of Pronouns and Binding”

12:00-1.00     Lunch

1:15-3:15     Session 6
Fabrizio Cariani (Northwestern University), Paolo Santorio (University of Leeds) and Alexis Wellwood (University of Southern California), “Confidence Reports”

3:30-5:30     Session 7
Anders Schoubye (University of Edinburgh), “Good News about the Pronoun Theory of Names”

7:00-9:00     Dinner

Sunday, October 15

7:00-9:30     Breakfast

9:30-11.30     Session 8
Dan Harris (Hunter College), “An Intention-Based Semantics for Imperatives”

12:00-1.00     Lunch

1:15-3:15     Session 9
Kai von Fintel (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), “X-Marked Desires” (joint work with Sabine Iatridou, MIT)