南山大学

 

Nanzan University Center for Linguistics

Japanese

GLOW in Asia VII

February 25-28, 2009, The English and Foreign Languages University (EFL-U)

Information

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Program

DAY 1: Wednesday 25 February 2009

[ Session 1 ]
9:00-10:00 Guglielmo Cinque (Keynote Speaker, University of Venice)
The pre-nominal origin of relative clauses
10:00-11:00 Probal Dasgupta (Invited Speaker, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata)
Discourse and generative syntax: A substantivist approach
[ Session 2 ]
11:15-12:00 Barry C.-Y. Yang (National Tsing Hua University)
Two types of intervention effects
12:00-12:45 Chih-Hsiang Shu (Stony Brook University)
Sentential adverbs as focus adverbs
12:45-1:30 Eefje Boef (Meertens Instituut, Amsterdam)
Patterns of variation in Dutch long-distance relative clauses
[ Session 3 ]
3:00-4:00 Heejeong Ko (Invited Speaker, Seoul National University)
Predication and edge effects
[ Session 4 (Parallel Sessions) ]
Parallel Session 1-Syntax
4:15-5:00 Vincent Homer, Dominique Sportiche & Tomoko Ishizuka (UCLA/UVLA)
The locality of clitic placement and the analysis of French causatives
5:00-5:45 Michael Barrie (University of Ottawa)
Variation in wh-scope marking in Algonquian
Parallel Session 2-Semantics
4:15-5:00 Qiong-Peng Luo (Peking University)
A semantic topography for distributivity in Chinese
5:00-5:45 M. T. Hany Babu (University of Delhi)
Fine graining the modal and aspectual tiers: A look at Malayalam clause structure
Parallel Session 3-Psycholinguistics
4:15-5:00 Rukshin Shaher, Felix Engelmann, Pavel Logačev, Shravan Vasisht & Narayanan Srinivasan (University of Potsdam & University of Allahabad)
The integration advantage due to clefting and topicalization
5:00-5:45 Peng Zhou (Macquarie University)
Children's understanding of DOU in Chinese
[ Session 1 ]
9:00-10:00 Paul, Kiparsky (Invited Speaker, Stanford University)
Lexicalization as non-exemplar-based analogy: The origin of dvandva compounds
10:00-11:00 Wei-Tien Dylan Tsai (Invited Speaker, National Tsing Hua University)
Actuality entailments and topography of Chinese modals
[ Session 2 ]
11:15-12:00 Anna Notley, Peng Zhou, Britta Jensen & Stephen Crain (Macquarie University)
Children's interpretation of ‘before’ and ‘or’ in English and Mandarin Chinese
12:00-12:45 Claire Beyssade & Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin (CNRS, LLF/CNRS & Universite Paris 7)
Copular sentences and identity
12:45-1:30 Mingxing Li (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Interaction of preferences for distinct contrast: Cases from Mandarin Chinese
 
[ Session 3 ]
2:30-3:30 George N. Clements (Invited Speaker, CNRS/Sorbonne-Nouvelle, Paris)
Aspiration as a word-level feature in Nepali [with Rajesh Khatiwada]
[ Session 4 (Parallel Sessions) ]
Parallel Session 1-Syntax
3:45-4:30 Kristine Bentzen & Thorbjörg Hróarsdóttir (University of Tromsø)
From a V2 grammar to no verb movement: A step-wise approach
4:30-5:15 Jason Kandybowicz (Swarthmore College)
Demystifying predicate clefts: Wh-head movement and parallel chain formation
5:15-6:00 Tommi Leung (United Arab Emirates University)
Wh-phrasal movement and the adjunction analysis of free relatives
6:00-6:45 Takashi Toyoshima (Kyushu Institute of Technology)
Word order typology in graph-theoretical linearization of bare phrase structure
Parallel Session 2-Phonology
3:45-4:30 Shakuntala Mahanta (IIT Guwahati)
Exceptional morpho-phonemic processes and emergent unmarkedness
4:30-5:15 Andrea Calabrese (University of Connecticut)
Cluster syllabification, gemination and syllabic repairs in Sanskrit and other ancient Indo-European languages
5:15-6:00 Peter Jurgec (University of Tromsø)
Binary Domains Theory
Parallel Session 3-Psycholinguistics
3:45-4:30 Berit Gehrke & Nino Grillo (Universitat Pompeu Fabra & Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas)
Event structure and the acquisition of passives
4:30-5:15 Koji Sugisaki (Mie University)
On children's NEEDs
[ Session 1 ]
9:00-10:00 Veneeta Dayal (Keynote Speaker, Rutgers University)
Variation in free choice items
10:00-11:00 Josef Bayer (Invited Speaker, University of Konstanz)
Discourse particles in questions
[ Session 2 ]
11:15-12:00 Peter Svenonius (University of Tromsø)
Features and parameters
12:00-12:45 Boban Arsenijevic & Joanna Ut-Seong Sio (University of Amsterdam & Hong Kong Baptist University)
Mediating merge: Evidence from the Cantonese ge
12:45-1:30 Dennis Ott (Harvard University)
Stylistic fronting as remnant movement
[ Session 3 (Parallel Sessions) ]
Parallel Session 1-Syntax
3:00-3:45 Archna Bhatia & Elabbas Benmamoun (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Close conjunct agreement: Hindi as a case study
3:45-4:30 Manuela Ambar (University of Lisbon)
Left periphery and variation - BP vs. EP
Parallel Session 2-Phonology
3:00-3:45 K. G. Vijayakrishnan (EFL University, Hyderabad)
The phonology of Carnatic music: A markedness approach
3:45-4:30 T. Temsunungsang (EFL University, Hyderabad)
The emergence of marked syllable structure
Parallel Session 3-Semantics
3:00-3:45 Friederike Moltmann (IHPST)
Presentational pronouns
3:45-4:30 Kwang-Sup Kim (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
Movement paradoxes and topic phrase
[ Session 4 ]
4:45-5:45 Mamoru Saito (Invited Speaker, Nanzan University)
On the scope properties of Japanese nominative phrases
[ Session 1 ]
9:00-10:00 Keiko Murasugi (Nanzan University)
What Japanese-speaking children's errors tell us about syntax
10:00-11:00 Andrea Gualmini (Utrecht University)
Scope resolution and implicature computation in child and adult language: Differences and similarities
[ Session 2 ]
11:15-12:15 William Snyder (University of Connecticut)
The puzzle of grammatical conservatism
12:15-1:15 Thomas Hun-Tak Lee (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Word order and argument structure in early child Chinese
[ Session 3 ]
2:45-3:45 Colin Phillips (University of Maryland, College Park)
A role for real-time mechanisms in retreat from over-generation
3:45-4:45 Sharon Unsworth (University of Utrecht & Meertens Institute)
Acquiring grammatical gender in Dutch: What makes it so difficult?
[ Session 4 ]
5:00-6:00 Tetsuya Sano (Meiji Gakuin University)
Some notes on cross-linguistic variation and children's acquisition of Japanese

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