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GLOW in Asia V

October 5-8, 2005, Jawaharlal Nehru University

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[お問い合わせ先]
Prof. Rajesh Sachdeva (Director in charge), Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore

住所 Manasagangotri, Mysore - 570 006, India
Phone 0091-821-2515820
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DAY 1: Wednesday 5 October 2005

9:15-10:15 K. A. Jayaseelan (Keynote Speaker, CIEFL, Hyderabad)
Remnant movement and word order
10:30-11:10 Paul Kiparsky (Invited Speaker, Stanford University)
Diachronic aspects of stratal OT
11:10-11:50 Theresa Biberauer (University of Cambridge)
Splitting not spreading: A new perspective on the C/T connection
11:50-12:30 Claire Beyssade & Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin (CNRS Paris)
A syntax-based analysis of predication
12:30-1:10 Tanmoy Bhattacharya (University of Delhi)
Copula-less nominal sentences and matrix-C0 clauses: A planar view of clause structure
2:30-3:10 Giuseppe Longobardi (Invited Speaker, Università di Trieste)
Is a 'History and Geography of Human Syntax' meaningful? [with Chiara Gianollo & Cristina Guardiano]
3:10-3:50 Peter Svenonius (University of Tromsø)
Phases, idioms, and Banyan Trees
4:05-4:45 Marc Richards (University of Cambridge)
Internal Pair-Merge: The missing mode of movement
4:45-5:25 Ayesha Kidwai & Rosmin Mathew (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
The finest structure of the left periphery: Complementisers and Interrogation in Hindi, Malayalam, Sinhala and Meiteilon
5:25-6:05 Ad Neeleman & Krista Szendroi (UCL & Utrecht University)
Radical pro drop and morphology of pronouns
9:00-9:40 Mamoru Saito (Invited Speaker, Nanzan University)
Expletive verbs: A note of comparison with expletive arguments
9:40-10:20 Theresa Biberauer & Ian Roberts (University of Cambridge)
Subjects, tense and verb-movement in Germanic and Romance
10:20-11:00 Franc Marušič (Stony Brook University)
On the lack of CP in non-finite complements
11:15-11:55 Manuela Ambar (Universidade de Lisboa)
V-to-C, Tense domains and conditions on Merge and Move
11:55-12:35 Pritha Chandra (University of Maryland)
Tense-dependency and A-movement reconstruction
12:35-1:15 Wei-Wen Roger Liao (National Tsing Hua University)
Argument projection and Chinese unaccusative
2:30-3:10 Josef Bayer (Invited Speaker, University of Konstanz)
Checking clausal complements in head-final languages
3:10-3:50 Gabriela Alboiu & Michael Barrie (York University & University of Toronto)
What causes a causative split
4:05-4:45 Lydia Grebenyova (University of Maryland)
Sluicing and multiple wh-fronting
4:45-5:25 Tomio Hirose (Kanagawa University)
Two event arguments in the syntax
5:25-6:05 Ellen Thompson (Florida International University)
Verb gapping and German accent
9:00-9:40 Alice Davison (Invited Speaker, University of Iowa)
Syntactic adjunction: Consequences for correlatives in Sanskrit and Hindi/Urdu
9:40-10:20 Anikó Lipták (Leiden University)
Correlative topicalization
10:20-11:00 Wei-Tien Dylan Tsai (National Tsing Hua University)
Left periphery and How-Why alternations
11:15-11:55 Anoop Mahajan (Invited Speaker, UCLA)
Gapping in Hindi
11:55-12:35 Lucie Medova & Tarald Taraldsen (University of Tromsø)
Directional/Locative =/= Complement/Adjunct
12:35-1:15 Andrew Simpson (Invited Speaker, SOAS)
Nominalization, reanalysis and relativization
2:30-3:10 Timothy Stowell (UCLA)
Parenthetical syntax
3:10-3:50 Petra Sleeman (University of Amsterdam)
Focus and the licensing of non-modal infinitival subject relatives
4:05-4:45 Niina Ning Zhang (National Chung Cheng University)
The syntax of English comitative PPs
4:45-5:25 J.-R. Hayashishita (University of Otago)
On Japanese comparatives
5:25-6:05 Thangjam Hindustani Devi (University of Delhi)
Interpretation and scope of Manipuri adverbs
Parallel Session on Phonology
9:00-9:40 Aditi Lahiri (Invited Speaker, University of Konstanz)
On the phonological organisation in the mental lexicon
9:40-10:20 Andrea Calabrese & Samuel J. Keyser (University of Connecticut & MIT)
On the peripatetic behavior of aspiration in Sanskrit roots
10:20-11:00 Andrew Nevins (Harvard University)
Defective intervention in harmony: When search terminates in failure
11:15-11:45 Deepti Ramadoss & K. G. Vijayakrishnan (CIEFL, Hyderabad)
Redefining the role of featural specifications in alignment
11:45-12:35 T. Temsunungsang (CIEFL, Hyderabad)
Pitch characteristics in Chungli declaratives and interrogatives
12:35-1:15 Shakuntala Mahanta (Utrecht University)
Morpheme realization and direction of vowel harmony
Parallel Session on Sign Language and Acquisition
2:30-3:10 Keiko Murasugi & Tomomi Nakatani (Nanzan University)
The ontology of functional category in babbling: Evidence from Japanese acquisition
3:10-3:50 Chiara Branchini & Caterina Donati (Università di Urbino)
A snippet for the typology of relativization strategies: Relatives in Italian Sign Language
4:05-4:45 Enoch Aboh, Roland Pfau & Ulrike Zeshan (University of Amsterdam & Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics)
When a wh-word is not a wh-word: The case of Indian Sign Language
4:45-5:25 Marina Nespor, Jacques Mehler, Judit Gervain & Mohinish Shukla (Università di Ferrara)
Differential acquisition of lexicon and grammar
5:25-6:05 Rosmin Mathew & Samar Sinha (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
Agree in Indian Sign Language
9:20-10:00 Norvin Richards (Invited Speaker, MIT)
Agreement and successive-cyclic movement in Tagalog and English
10:00-10:40 Paul Law (ZAS Berlin)
Clause structure and configurationality in Tagalog
10:40-11:20 R. Amritavalli (CIEFL, Hyderabad)
Verb selection and the nominal character of the Kannada IP
11:35-12:15 Veneeta Dayal (Invited Speaker, Rutgers University)
Cross-linguistic variation in semantics and pleonastic definite determiners
12:15-12:55 Emily Manetta (UC Santa Cruz)
Feature structure on functional heads: The Kashmiri clause edge
12:55-1:35 Georges Rebuschi & Anikó Lipták (University of Paris 3 & Leiden University)
The derivation of correlative constructions: Merge or move? Evidence from Northern Basque
2:30-3:10 Hilda Koopman (Invited Speaker, UCLA)
On triggers of movement
3:10-3:50 Heather Willson (UCLA)
Remnant movement and the Marshallese question particle
4:05-4:45 Pornsiri Singhapreecha (Thammasat University)
Thai clause structure: A view of the linker Thîi

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