南山大学

 

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GLOW in Asia X

Feb 20-22, 2017, National University of Singapore

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DAY 1: Monday, Februarly 20, 2017

[ Welcome ]
9:15 Robbie Goh ( Dean of Arts and Social Sciences, NUS)
Chair: Joseph Park
9:30 Lisa Cheng, Caroline Heycock and Roberto Zamparelli
Structural Definiteness

10:15 Dorothy Ahn
Semantics of definite descriptions: A micro-typology

[ Plenary Talk ] Chair: Yosuke Sato
11:30-12:30 Edith Aldridge
Extraction Asymmetries in Ergative and Accusative Languages
14:00 Deborah Jia Ming Wong
Negative Polarity Items in Malay: An Exhaustification Account
14:45 Mingming Liu
Complementizer Allomorphy in Busan Korean
Ryan Walter Smith and Ryoichiro Kobayashi
Focusing on coordination: the case of Japanese –toka and –tari
[ Posters ]
15:30 Yuko Asada. 
Simultaneity in sign language: some observations from Japanese Sign Language
Michael Barrie and Hyunjung Lee
Complementizer Allomorphy in Busan Korean
Yi-Hsun Chen
On the ambiguity and unambiguity of superlative modifiers
Jaehoon Choi and Heidi Harley
Node Sprouting and Root Suppletion in Korean Verbal Morphology
Yuta Tatsumi
A Compositional Analysis of Plural Morphemes in Japanese
17:00 Isabelle Charnavel and Yujing Huang
Re-examining the binding conditions of Mandarin anaphor ziji in the light of inanimacy
17:45 Aaron Doliana and Sandhya Sundaresan
Toward a formal analysis of proxy control
 
9:45 Dongwoo Park
What is elided in English vbP ellipsis, and when?
10:30 Saurov Syed and Bhamati Dash
A unified account of the yes/no particle in Hindi, Bangla, and Odia
11:15-12:00 Hiroko Kimura and Hiroki Narita
Non-Movement Properties and Structural Isomorphism of Fragment Answers in Japanese
[ Posters ]
13:30-15:00 Nobu Goto
Eliminating Strong/Weak Parameter on T
Hayeun Jang
Decay of ungrounded rules: the residual vowel harmony of Middle Korean in Contemporary Korean
Fumio Mohri and Rai Tei
Degree Nominals in Japanese and Chinese Comparatives
Tomonori Otsuka
On Two Ways of External Pair-Merge
Hiroaki Saito
like/type, say, and C
Paroma Sanyal and Reena Ashem
Phonemic Instability: A butterfly effect
Satoshi Tomioka
Maximality Mimics Exhaustivity: A Case Study of Dake ‘only’ in Japanese
Barry C.-Y. Yang
Rethinking Wh-island
Chair: E-Chning Ng
15:00 Yifan Yang and Wei Wei
Verbal reduplication in Mandarin Chinese: an analysis at syntax-phonology interface
15:45 Taewoo Kim
Korean verbal base is determined based on the usage, not informativeness
[ Plenary Talk]
17:00 Timothy Vance
The Japanese Syllable Debate: A Skeptical Look at Some Anti-Syllable Arguments
Chair: Bap Zhiming
9:30 Sihwei Chen
Bundling perfect and perfective: the Atayal wal
10:15-11:00 Lukas Rieser
It goes without saying: Denegated assertion in Japanese
[ Plenary Talk ]
11:30-12:30
Rajesh Bhatt
Positive Polarity Verbs and Positive Polarity Indefinites in Hindi-Urdu

[ Posters ]
14:00-15:30 Ambalika Guha
Focus movement in the Bangla DP
Ying Liu and Yu’An Yang
Exhaustivity in Mandarin shi…(de) (SD) clefts: Experimental evidence
Eric McCready and Christopher Davis
Combining Grammar and Context in Expressive Meaning
Agata Renans, Nadine Bade and Joseph P. Deveaugh-Geiss
Cross-linguistic variation in pragmatics: Maximize Presupposition vs. Obligatory Implicatures in Ga (Kwa)
Sandhya Sundaresan
PERSON: motivating a four-way distinction & binary features
Ryan Walter Smith, Rana Nabors, Mohsen Mahdavi Mazdeh, Isabel McKay, Simin Karimi and Heidi Harley
Parallelism and Specificity in Persian Non-verbal Element Ellipsis
Beibei Xu
Dedicated bias particles: A case study of Mandarin nandao-Qs
15:30 Michael Barrie
Noun Incorporation, Instability, and Labelling
16:15 Gurmeet Kaur
Variation in blocking effects: investigating 2nd and 3rd person clitics in Punjabi
17:00 Virginia Hill and Faruk Akkus
Speaker visibility in syntax

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