南山大学

 

Nanzan University Center for Linguistics

Japanese

Colloquia and Workshops

2017.04-2018.03

The 53rd Colloquium

Date: March 04. 2018
Location: L910, Nanzan

    <10:00 ~ 12:10>
    Tomohiro Fujii (Yokohama National University)
      “Some notes on formulating economy conditions on derivation”
    Wei-Wen Roger Liao (Academia Sinica)
      “Adjunct topicalization and movement-merger asymmetry: A view from MCP"
     <13:30 ~ 15:40>
    Yuta Sakamoto (Chukyo University)
       “Do so in Japanese: Proform, ellipsis, or both?”
    T.-H. Jonah Lin (National Tsing Hua University)
       “Overt wh-in-situ and covert partial movement”
    <16:00 ~ 18:10>
    Shintaro Hayashi (Nanzan University)
      “A note on nonsententials in Japanese”
    Hiroaki Tada (Fukuoka University)
      “Anti-scope reconstruction and G-triviality”

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2nd Workshop of the NINJAL Collaborative Research

Date: December 09-10.2017
Location: L910, Nanzan

    Generative Perspectives on the Syntax and Acquisition of Japanese

    December 9(Sat)
    <10:00 ~ 12:15>
    ・ Satoshi Oku (Hokkaido University)
      “Labeling, Scope, and Unaccusativity”
    ・ Masahiko Takahashi (Yamagata University)
      “On the Optionality of Raising in the Japanese ECM Construction”
     <13:45 ~ 16:00>
    ・ Masao Ochi (Osaka University)
     “Nominative/Genitive Conversion and Feature Inheritance”
    ・ Yu Izumi (Nanzan University)
     “The Semantics of NPs in NP Languages”
     <16:15 ~ 17:45>
    ・ Zeljko Boskovic (University of Connecticut)
     “Labels, Movement, and Islands”

    December 10 (Sun)
    <10:00 ~ 12:15>
    ・ Myung-Kwan Park (Dongguk University)
     “The Syntax of Multiple Fragments in Korean: Scrambling, Overt Absorption, and Max-Elide”
    ・ Koji Sugisaki (Kwansei Gakuin University)
     “Children's Knowledge about VP-ellipsis in English and Japanese”
    <13:45 ~ 15:00>
    ・ Yuji Takano (Kinjo Gakuin University)
     “Exploring External Merge: A New Form of Sideward Movement”
    <15:15 ~ 17:30>
    ・ Keiko Murasugi (Nanzan University)
     “On the Acquisition of Labeling”
    ・ Daiko Takahashi (Tohoku University)
     “On the MaxElide Effect in Japanese”

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Workshop on MimeticsⅡ

Date: November 11(Sat).2017
Location: L910, Nanzan

    New Approaches to Old Questions

    9:15-9:30 Introduction: Mamoru Saito & Keiko Murasugi (Nanzan University)
    9:30-10:15  Polly E. Szatrowski (University of Minnesota)
           乳製品におけるオノマトペ
    10:15-11:00  Emily Lake (Stanford University)
          “Bringing social meaning into ideophone and iconicity research”
    11:00-11:45 Arthur L. Thompson (University of Hong Kong)
           “Etymologically epenthetic vowels in Japanese iconic forms”
    13:00-13:45  Thomas Van Hoey (National Taiwan University)
          “Chinese ideophones in historical corpora: A case study of mental space markers”
    13:45-14:30  Kimi Akita (Nagoya University)
          “The low iconicity of mimetics (with total reduplication) in Japanese”
    14:45-15:30  Rebekah Baglini (Stanford University)
          “Ideophones and the expressive dimension”
    15:30-16:15  Keiko Murasugi (Nanzan University)
          “Acquisition of mimetics: evidence for the root infinitives”
    16:30-17:45  General discussion:
            Kimi Akita, William J. Herlofsky (Nagoya Gakuin University), Mamoru Saito
    17:45-18:00 Closing remarks

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The 52nd Colloquium

Date: April 22(Sat).2017
Location: L910, Nanzan

    April 22 (Sat)  14:00 ~15:30

  • Caroline Heycock
    "From morphology to semantics and back: Agreement and interpretation in copular setences"
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Comparative Syntax and Language Acquisition (CSLA) #7

Date: April 22 (Sat.), 23(Sun) 2017
Location: L910, Nanzan

  • April 22(Sat)15:45 ~18:00

  • ・Kensuke Takita
      “A labeling-based approach to the variability of Spell-out domains and its consequences”
  • ・Keiko Murasugi
      “Parameters in labeling”

    April 23 (Sun) 10:00 ~13:30

  • ・Daiko Takahashi
      “Labeling and Extraction”
  • ・Kenshi Funakoshi
      “VP-fronting and verb-raising in Japanese”
  • ・Yuji Takano
     “Exploring external merge: A new form of sideward movement”
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