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Message 1: Formal Linguistics: ESCOL 99 Final Program

Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1999 10:56:40 -0500 (EST)
From: Boeckx <ceb99001spf1n1.ucc.uconn.edu>
Subject: Formal Linguistics: ESCOL 99 Final Program


 	Eastern States Conference on Linguistics
 ESCOL '99 
		University of Connecticut, November 19-21, 1999 

 Conference Program 
 

 All talks will be held at D. & S. Konover Auditorium, T. J. Dodd Research
Center 
 

 FRIDAY, November 19, 1999


9:15-9:30: Opening Remarks 

9:30-10:00: Davies, William (Univ. of Iowa) and Stanley Dubinsky (Univ. of
South Carolina) 
"Functional structure and a parametrized account of subject properties" 

10:00-10:30: Choi, Young-Sik (University of Southern California) 
"Syntactic cliticization for negation" 

10:30-11:00: Fumikazu, Niinuma (University of Connecticut) 
"Nominative objects and overt A-movement in Japanese" 

11:00-11:15: BREAK 

11:15-11:45: Cowart, Wayne (University of Southern Maine) 
"Memory for coordination" 

11:45-12:15: Smith, Jennifer (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) 
"Positional faithfulness and learnability in Optimality Theory" 

12:15-1:45: LUNCH 

1:45-2:15: Kim, Sun-Hon (University of Delaware) 
"Tone, prominence, and simplified footing" 

2:15-2:45: Lambova, Mariana (University of Connecticut) 
"Bulgarian liquid metathesis: rules and constraints" 

2:45-3:15: Hsin, Tien-Hsin (University of Connecticut) 
"Rhythmic vowel deletion in Tsou" 

3:15-3:30: BREAK 

3:30-3:4:00: Park, Miae (University of Wisconsin) 
"Evidence for derivations: a case for cyclicity and a case of opacity in
Klamath" 

4:00-4:30: Chung, Chin Wan (Indiana University) 
"Doing reduplication without template-like constraints" 

4:30-5:00: Raimy, Eric (University of Delaware/Swarthmore Colege) 
"Deconstructing prosodic morphology" 

5:00-5:15: BREAK 

5:15-6:15: Invited Speaker: 
Morris Halle (Massachusetts Institute of Technology): 
"On Exceptions in Phonology as Illustrated by Stress Retraction in 
Russian." 


 SATURDAY, November 20, 1999



9:00-9:30: Yanagida, Yuko (Kochi University) 
"The ECP effects without the ECP in Japanese" 

9:30-10:00: Takahashi, Chioko (Yale University) 
"Demarcating the left edge of VP in Japanese" 

10:00-10:30: Hoshi, Hidehito (University of California at Irvine) 
"The phrase structure of Japanese and 'scrambling'" 

10:30-10:45: BREAK 

10:45-11:15: Harada, Naomi (University of California at Irvine) 
"A parametric approach to intransitive verbs" 

11:15-12:15: Invited Speaker 
Juan Uriagereka (University of Maryland): Irreversible language change 

12:15-1:45: LUNCH 

1:45-2:15: Matsuoka, Kazumi (University of Memphis) 
"The lexical verb sandwich in American Sign Language and licensing a
hybrid feature" 

2:15-2:45: Brisson, Christine (University of Pennsylvania) 
"Floating quantifiers as adverbs" 

2:45-3:15: Yang, Rong (Rutgers University) 
"Indefinite readings of preverbal NPs in Chinese" 

3:15-3:30: BREAK 

3:30-4:00: Sauerland, Uli (University of Tuebingen) 
"Relativized minimality with quantifier raising" 

4:00-4:30: Stateva, Penka (University of Connecticut) 
"Superlative plurals and negative superlatives: two arguments for a
"movement" theory" 

4:30-5:00: Ippolito, Michela (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 
"The syntax of temporal subordinate clauses" 

5:00-5:15: BREAK 

5:15-5:45: Han, Na-Rae (University of Pennsylvania) 
"Semantic analysis of Korean wh-words and questions" 

5:45-6:45: Invited Speaker: 
Barbara Partee (University of Massachusetts, Amherst): Genitives,
type-shifting, and argument-modifier debates

PARTY 


 SUNDAY, November 21, 1999



9:00-9:30: Bejar, Susana, and Daniel Currie Hall (University of Toronto) 
"Marking markedness: the underlying order of diagonal syncretisms" 

9:30-10:00: Franks, Steven, and Don Reindl (Indiana University) 
"How metrics usually wins" 

10:00-10:30: Eskenazi, Victor (University of Washington) 
"Licensing complements of N without inherent Case" 

10:30-10:45: BREAK 

10:45-11:15: Toribio, Almeida Jacqueline (Pennsylvania State University) 
"Positional licensing of subjects" 

11:15-11:45: Yatsushiro, Kazuko (University of Tuebingen) 
"Secondary predicates in Japanese revisited" 

11:45-12:15: Den Dikken, Marcel (City University of New York) 
"Pluringulars, pronouns, and quirky agreement" 
 

Concluding Remarks 


Information about the conference can be found at:
http://www.ucc.uconn.edu/~wwwling/escol-ma.htm 
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