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Confs: Generative Linguistics in the Old World, Taiwan

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Message 1: GLOW IN ASIA 2002 Program

Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2001 13:35:20 +0800
From: Wei-tien Dylan Tsai <wttsaimx.nthu.edu.tw>
Subject: GLOW IN ASIA 2002 Program

GLOW (Generative Linguistics in the Old World) IN ASIA 2002

National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
January 4-7, 2002

Keynote Speakers: Richard Kayne
 Kuang Mei


Webpage: http://glow.ling.nthu.edu.tw/


Preliminary Program
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JANUARY 4th (FRI)
 
8:30~ Registration
9:00 Opening Ceremony
 
Session 1 
9:15 Keynote Speech: Kuang Mei
 National Tsing Hua University 
 TBA
10:15 Break
 
Session 2 
10:30 Norbert Hornstein & Hirohisa Kiguchi
 University of Maryland College Park
 'PRO Gate and Sideward Movement'
11:30 Niina Zhang
 ZAS-Berlin
 'Move is Remerge'
12:30 Lunch
 
Session 3 
1:30 Richard Larson & Miyuki Sawada
 SUNY-Stony Brook & Ming Chuan University
 'Adjunct Clauses, Presupposition and Root Transformations'
2:30 Masanori Deguchi & Yoshihisa Kitagawa
 Indiana University
 'Prosody and Syntax'
3:30 Break
 
Session 4 
4:00 James Myers & Jane Tsay
 National Chung Cheng University
 'A Formal Functional Model of Tone'
5:00 K. G. Vijayakrishnan
 Central Institute of English and Foreign languages, Hyderabad
 'The Disyllabic Trochee in Bangla, Punjabi and Tamil:
Variations on a Theme'
 
6:30 Reception
 
JANUARY 5th (SAT)
 
9:00 Morning Tea and Coffee
 
Session 1 
9:15 Akira Watanabe
 University of Tokyo
 'Parametrization of Quantificational Determiners and Head-Internal
Relatives'
10:15 Break
 
Session 2 
10:30 Edith Aldridge
 Cornell University
 'Internally Headed Relative Clauses in Austronesian Languages'
11:30 Shoichi Takahashi
 MIT
 'Interpreting Chains: The PBC, Anaphor and Frozen Scope'
12:30 Lunch
 
Session 3 
1:30 Manuela Ambar
 Universidade de Lisboa
 'Word-order, Wh-licensing and the Left Periphery - Toward a Definition =
of Discourse Oriented'
2:30 Ching-Huei Teresa Wu
 McGill University
 'On de/bu and the Syntactic Nature of Resultative Verbal Compounding'
3:30 Break
 
Session 4 
4:00 Jo-wang Lin
 National Chiao Tung University
 'Choices Functions and the Interpretation of Indefinite Polarity =
Wh-phrases'
5:00 Satoshi Tomioka & Yaping Tsai
 University of Delaware
 'Distributivity and the Semantics of Chuan in Mandarin Chinese'
 
6:30 Business Meeting
 
JANUARY 6th (SUN)
 
9:00 Morning Tea and Coffee
 
Session 1 
9:15 Keynote Speech: Richard Kayne
 New York University
 TBA
10:15 Break
 
Session 2 
10:30 Keiko Murasugi & Tomoko Kawamura
 Nanzan University
 'The Acquisition of Scrambling in Japanese'
11:30 Edson Miyamoto & Shoichi Takahashi
 Nara Institute of Science and Technology & MIT
 'Filler-gap Dependencies in the Processing of Scrambling in Japanese'
12:30 Lunch
 
Session 3 
1:30 den Dikken & Singhapreecha
 CUNY Graduate Center & Thammasat University, Bangkok
 'Complex noun phrases and linkers'
2:30 Hironobu Kasai
 University of California, Irvine
 'Remarks on the Coordinate Structure Constraint'
3:30 Break
 
Session 4 
4:00 Kimiko Nakanishi
 University of Pennsylvania
 'Predicative and Quantificational Numerals in Japanese'
5:00 Takeo Kurafuji
 University of the Ryukyus
 'Plural Morphemes, Definiteness and the Notion of Semantics Parameter'
 
6:30 Banquet
 
JANUARY 7th (MON)
Panel Discussion: Comparative Syntax in Perspective
 
9:00 Morning Tea and Coffee
 
Session 1 
9:15 Mamoru Saito
 
10:15 Break
 
Session 2 
10:30 Richard Kayne
 
11:30 Anoop Mahajan
 
12:30 Lunch
 
Session 3 
1:30 Jay Jayaseelan
 
2:30 James Huang
 
3:30 Closing Ceremony


Alternates
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Jun Abe
Tohoku Gakuin University
'Absorption in Japanese Multiple Wh-Questions'

Francesca Del Gobbo
University of California, Irvine
'Appositives as E-Type Anaphora'

Ji-yung Kim
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
'Specific Nominals in Mandarin and Korean'

Masahiro Akiyama
Ehime University
'Locative Inversion and Economy: Evidence for Global Economy
from Alleged Evidence for Local Economy'

Hui-chuan Hsu
National Chiao Tung University
'On the Structure of /iu/ and /ui/ in Sixian Hakka'
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