南山大学

 

Nanzan University Center for Linguistics

Japanese

Colloquia and Workshops

2019.04-2020.03

International Workshop on Mimetics Ⅲ
“Crucibles of Mimetics”

Date: August 3
Location: L910, Nanzan

  • Noriko Iwasaki (Nanzan University)
    “Mimetic verbs in motion event description in Japanese”
  • Bonnie McLean (Australian National University)
    “Advances in the cross-linguistic typology of ideophones:
    Rethinking and moving beyond the implicational hierarchy”
  • Thomas Van Hoey (National Taiwan University)
    “Defining Chinese ideophones: A family of constructions”
  • Keiko Murasugi and Kimi Akita (Nanzan University / Nagoya University)
    “Mimetic predicates in the VP-shell hypothesis”
  • Kiyoko Toratani (York University)
    “An RRG account of verb-less/argument-less sentences of ideophones”

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Comparative Syntax and Language Acquisition (CSLA) #10

Date: April 21
Location: L910, Nanzan

  • Ur Shlonsky (Geneva University)
    “Wh in situ in French (and Romance)”
  • Adriana Belletti (Siena University)
    “Ways of Marking Direct Arguments: The Case of a-Marking in Italian”
  • Luigi Rizzi (Siena University)
    “Functional Sequences and Grammatical Explanation: Some Case Studies”

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The 6th Workshop of the NINJAL Collaborative Research     

Generative Perspectives on the Syntax and Acquisition of Japanese

Date: April 20-21
Location: L910, Nanzan

    April 20 (Sat)

  • Kensuke Takita (and Masako Maeda ) (Doshisha University)
    “The Ins and Outs of Syntactic Amalgams in Japanese”
  • Masao Ochi (Osaka University)
    “Adnominal Quantifiers, (Anti-)labeling, and pro-form no in Japanese”
  • Tomohiro Fujii (Yokohama National University)
    “On Some Alleged Negative Evidence for Some ECP Effects in Japanese”
  • Keiko Murasugi(Nanzan University)
    “Parametric Variations Viewed through the Acquisition of Labeling”
  • April 21 (Sun)

  • Hideki Kishimoto (Kobe University)
    “On the Syntax of the ECM Construction in Japanese”
  • Mamoru Saito (Nanzan University)
    “Variation in Transfer Domains and the Presence/Absence of φ-feature Agreement”

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Center for Linguistics, Nanzan University

18 Yamazato-cho, Showa-ku
Nagoya, 466-8673, Japan
Phone: +81-52-832-3110 (ext.3547)
FAX :+81-52-832-5688
E-mail: ling-office@ic.nanzan-u.ac.jp
Office: L307 (Bldg.-L / 3rd floor)
[ Open: Mon,Wed,Fri, 10:00~16:00 ]