Nanzan University Center for Linguistics


GLOW in Asia X

May 24-26, 2014, National Tsing Hua University


DAY 1: Saturday, 24 May 2014

[ Opening ]
8:50-9:00 Keiko Murasugi (Nanzan University)
[ Keynote Speech 1]

Chair: Jo-Wang Lin (National Chiao Tung University)

C.-T. James Huang (Harvard University/Academia Sinica)
Passives Forever: Control, Raising and Implicit Arguments>

[ Session 1 ]
10:15-11:00 Chair: Miao-Ling Hsieh (National Taiwan Normal University)

Satoshi Tomioka (University of Delaware)
Ellipsis with Focused Antecedent
11:00-11:45 Chi-Ming Louis Liu (Harvard University)
"Subjectless" Sentences and Ellipsis
11:45-12:30 Ting-chi Wei (National Kaohsiung Normal University)
Form and Meaning Mapping in Chinese Fragment
[ Poster Session 1 ]
13:30-14:30 Suyoung Bae & Bum-sik Park (Dongkuk University)
The Variability of The CMC Effect in Korean
Samuel D. Epstein, Hisatsugu Kitahara & T. Daniel Seely (Unieversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor/Keio University/Eastern Michigan University)
What Do We Wonder is Not Syntactic?
Yusuke Imanishi (Massachusetts Institure of Technology/Kwansei Gakuin University)
Default Ergative: A View From Mayan
Hayeon Jang (Seoul National University)
The Problem of Nasal Consonant Epenthesis
Taewoo Kim (Seoul National University)
Rethinking The Base of Korean Verbal Stems
Takeo Kurafuji (Ritsumeikan University/Harvard University)
NPI-Exceptives and Null Arguments: From Subtraction to Addition
Hisashi Morita (Aichi Prefectural University)
How Unanswerable Questions Turn into Answerable
Nobuaki Nishioka (Kyushu University)
On the Scope of Negation in Japanese: Evidence from Kumamoto Dialect
Toshiko Oda (Tokyo Keizai University)
Resumptive Pronouns of Degree in Clausal Yorimo(than)-Comparatives
Saetbyol Seo & Semoon Hoe (Seoul National University)
Agreement of A Point-of-Viewer and A Jussive Subject
Koichi Tateishi (Kobe College)
The Phonology of an Abstract Suffix for Eventual Evidentiality in Japanese
Hisao Tokizaki (Sapporo University)
Antisymmetry and Obligatory Contour Principle
Riichi Yoshimura (Kyushu University)
Quantifier Raising Targeting at The Articulated CP Domain
[ Session 2 ]
14:30-15:15 Chair: William Snyder (University of Connecticut)


Barry C.-Y. Yang (National United University)
Deriving the Illocutionary Force
15:15-16:00 Lyn Tieu & Zheng École Normale Supérieure/University of Connecticut)
Investigating Superlatives in The Littlest Linguists
[ Panel on Syntactic Cartography in Comparative Perspectives]
16:15-17:00 Chair: Wei-tien Dylan Tsai (National Tsing Hua University)


Liliane Haegeman (Universiteit Gent)
Deriving Structural Deficiency
17:00-17:45 Hilda Koopman (University of California, Los Angeles)
Decomposition, Cartography, and Antisymmetry: Scattering Objects
17:45-18:15 Panel discussion
Moderator: Richard S. Kayne (New York University)
[ Keynote Speech 2]

Chair: Hui-chuan Hsu (National Tsing Hua University)

Michael Kenstowicz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
The Emergence of Default Accent in Kyungsang Korean

[ Session 3 ]

Chair: Niina Zhang (National Chung Cheng University)

Theresa Biberauer & Ian Roberts (University of Cambridge)

Conditional Inversion and Types of Parametric Change

11:00-11:45 Mioko Miyama (University of Tokyo)
On The "Clausal-Connective" and "Nominal-Connective" ka 'or' in Japanese
11:45-12:30 Przemyslaw Tajsner (Adam Mickiewicz University)

On Focus Marking and Predication in Non-Verbal Copular Constructions in Polish (with Ample Reference to Hausa)

[ Poster Session 2 ]
13:30-14:30 Shasha An, Rosalind Thornton, Stephen Crain & Peng Zhou (Macquarie University)
Mandarin-Speaking Children's Interpretation of Disjunction in Verb Phrase Ellipsis (VPE) Structures
Rahul Balusu (English and Foreign Languages University)
Comparison, Predication, and Lexical Semantics of PC Nouns in Telugu
Luosha Bi (City University of Hong Kong)
Chinese Symmetric and Asymmetric Passives: Toward a Unified Approach
Michael Barrie and Jaieun Kim (Songang University)
Korean Jussives and Point of View
Pritha Chandra & Gurmeet Kaur (Indian Institute of Technology Delhi)
A Phase-based Account of Punjabi Differential Subject Marking
Hideki Kishimoto (Kobe University)
The Locus of Case for Verb Compounds in Japanese
Xiao Li, Hongyong Liu & Seunghun Lee (Queens College/City University of New York/South China Normal University/Central Connecticut State University)
Comparisons with / without Degrees in Nuosu Yi
Hajime Ono & Yu Ikemoto (Tsuda College/Kinki University)
Dependency-Length Effects in Japaneses Gapless Relative Clauses
Yosuke Sato (National University of Singapore)
Definiteness as Agreement: Comparative Evidence from Argument Ellipsis in Asia
Takumi Tagawa (University of Tsukuba)
Cycle-Sensitive Suppletion in Japanese
Hideharu Tanaka (Osaka College)
Focus Particle Phrases in Japanese: Against The Modifier Hypothesis
Hideaki Yamashita (Yokohama City University)
Prosody and The Comparative Syntax of Wh-question Formation in Tokyo Japanese and Kumamoto Yatsushiro Japanese
Hedde Zeijlstra (Goerg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Merge, Movement and Music
[ Session 4 ]

Chair: Hui-chuan J. Huang (Academia Sinica)

Jenny Lee (Harvard University)

Root Allomorphy in Ranmo (Papuan)

15:15-16:00 Xuhui Hu & Joseph Perry (University of Cambridge)
The Syntax and Phonology of Non-Compositional in Yixing Chinese
[ Panel on the Syntax-Phonology Interface]

Chair: Janes Myers (National Chung Cheng University)

Laura J. Downing (Göteborgs Universitet)

What Phonology Knows and Does Not Know About Syntax

17:00-17:45 Irene Vogel (University of Delaware)
The (Morpho-) Syntax-Phonology Interface in Complex Word Structures
17:45-18:15 Panel discussion
Moderator: Michael Kenstowicz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
[ Keynote Speech 3 ]

Chair: One-soon Her (National Chengchi University)


Richard S. Kayne (New York University)
The Silence of Projecting Heads

[ Session 5 ]

Chair: C.-S. Luther Liu (National Chiao Tung University)


Kwang-sup Kim (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
On The Distribution of Negative PPs

11:00-11:45 Koji Shimamura (University of Connecticut)
Syntactically Ergative = Morphologically Accusative
[ Poster Session 3 ]
13:30-14:30 Bleotu Adina Camelia (Università Ca' Foscari Venezia)
Silent Adjectives. The Case of Complex Resultatives in the Locative Alternation
Jui-yi Chung (Nanjing University)
Investigating Subject Specificity in Postverbal Modal Constructions
Richard Faure (Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis)
The Case for the Absence of Informational Features in Syntax
Hezao Ke, Ya Zhao, Liqun Gao & Shuying Liu (The University of Michigan, Ann Arbora/Northwest University for Nationalities/Beijing Language and Culture University)
Null Anaphoric Possessor Arguments of Kinship Nouns and Long-Distance Binding in Mandarin
Xiaowei He, Haopeng Yu & Lan Sun (Guangdong University of Foreign Studies/ Henan Normal University/University of Science and Technology of China)
The Acquisition of Relative Clause Comprehension in Mandarin Speaking Children with SLI
Alessandra Giorgi & Sona Haroutyunian (Università Ca' Foscari Venezia)
V2 and V3 in Modern Eastern Armenian
Utpal Lahiri & Ambalika Guha (English and Foreign Languages University)
Modal and Tense-Aspect Interactions in Bangla
Na Liu (Tianjin Normal University)
On Some Asymmetries Between Passives and Topic/relative Structures and Their Theoretical Implication for Argument Structure Theory in Syntax
Maria Polinsky & Nina Radkevich (Harvard University/University of York)
Split Ergativity is More Varied Than It Seems
Chih-hsiang Shu (Academia Sinica)
Degree Adverbs and the Syntax of Focus-Sensitivity
Saurov Syed & Elena Guerzoni (University of Southern California)
A Compositional Approach to M-possessives: A view from Bangla
Seid Tvica (Universiteit van Amsterdam)
There will always be number!
Carryn Yong (University of Oxford)
Pronominal Object-oriented Floating Quantifiers
[ Session 6 ]

Chair: W.-W. Roger Liao (Academia Sinica)


Paul Law (City University of Hong Kong)

Copy Theory of Movement and The Syntax of Relative Clauses

15:15-16:00 Yuyun Wang (University of Southern California)
Nominal Right Node Raising Constructions in Chinese
[ Session 7 ]

Chair: I-Ta Chris Hsieh (National Tsing Hua University)


Raghavachari Amritavalli (English and Foreign Languages University)
Number Agreement, Concord, and Feature Licensing in The Hindi DP/NP

17:00-17:45 K. A. Jayaseelan (English and Foreign Languages University)
Decomposing Coordination: The Two Meaning Components of Coordination

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