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Message 1: HPSG-2002 Program

Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 17:10:25 -0500
From: Stephen M. Wechsler <wechslermail.utexas.edu>
Subject: HPSG-2002 Program


 HPSG-2002 Program
 9th International Conference on
 Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
 Kyung Hee University, Seoul, South Korea
 August 8-9, 2002

The 9th International Conference on HPSG will take place on August 
8-9, 2002, on the campus of the Kyung Hee University in Seoul, South 
Korea. The conference will be co-hosted by the Linguistic Society of 
Korea (LSK) and the Center for the Study of Language, Kyung Hee 
University, as part of the LSK Summer Conference 2002.

INVITED SPEAKERS:

Robert Borsley (University of Essex)
Robert Levine (Ohio State University)
Ivan Sag (Stanford University)

HPSG 2002 and the Linguistic Society of Korea Conference will take 
place at the same location.

August 5-7: Linguistic Society of Korea Conference
August 6-7: LSK syntax workshops:
		* Perspectives on Complex Predicates
		* Perspectives on Inversion
August 8-9: HPSG-02

For information on registration and accomodation for HPSG-02, see 
http://web.kyunghee.ac.kr/~hpsg2002/ . Early registration ends May 
30, 2002.

HPSG-02 program information:
Stephen Wechsler, wechslermail.utexas.edu

For more information on the LSK conference and workshops, see 
http://web.kyunghee.ac.kr/~lsk2002/ or contact Jong-Bok Kim, 
jongbokkhu.ac.kr .


HPSG 2002 CONFERENCE PROGRAM
(subject to change)

DAY 1: August 8, 2002

9:00-11:00	Session I: Argument structure

	Qian Gao
	The Ohio State University
	Argument Structure and RVC in Chinese

	Andreas Kathol
	University of California at Berkeley
	Subjects in fronted German VPs and the problem of case and agreement:
	shared argument structures for discontinuous predicates

	Qian Gao and Carl J. Pollard
	The Ohio State University
	Valence Alternation and Verb Classification in Chinese

11:00-11:15	break

11:15-12:35	Session II: Agreement

	Luis D. Casillas Martinez
	Stanford University
	Gender mismatches in Spanish and French "N1 de N2" affective
	constructions: index agreement vs. morphosyntactic concord

	Shuichi Yatabe
	University of Tokyo
	A linearization-based theory of summative agreement in peripheral-node
	raising constructions

12:35-1:55	lunch and business meeting

1:55-2:45	Invited talk:
	Robert Borsley
	University of Essex

2:45-4:05	Session III: Case and passive

	Susanne Schoof
	University of Groningen
	Impersonal And Personal Passivization Of Latin Infinitive 
Constructions:
	A Scrutiny Of The Structures Called AcI

	David Yoshikazu Oshima
	Stanford University
	Out of Control: A Unified Analysis of Japanese Passive

4:05-4:20	break
4:20-6:20	Session IV: Relative clauses

	Kei Yoshimoto
	Tohoku University
	A Linear Approach to Relative Clause Embedding

	Chan Chung and Jong-Bok Kim
	Dongseo University and Kyung Hee University
	Differences between Externally and Internally Headed Relative Clause
	Constructions

	Yusuke Kubota
	University of Tokyo
	Yet Another HPSG-Analysis for Free Relative Clauses in German

DAY 2: August 9, 2002

9:00 - 9:50 Invited Talk:
	Ivan Sag
	Stanford University

9:50 -10:05 break
10:05-12:05 Session V.

	Tibor Kiss
	Ruhr-Universit�t Bochum
	Phrasal typology and the interaction of topicalization, wh-movement and
	extraposition

	Abby Wright and Andreas Kathol
	University of California at Berkeley
	When a Head is not a Head: A Constructional Approach to 
Exocentricity in
	English

	Sun-Hee Lee
	The Ohio State University
	Korean Tough Constructions and Double Nominative Constructions

12:05-1:05 Lunch

1:05-2:00 Poster session (see below)

2:00-2:50 Invited Talk:
	Robert Levine
	The Ohio State University

2:50-4:10 Session VI.

	Petya Osenova and Kiril Simov
	Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
	Bulgarian Vocative within HPSG framework

	Guenter Neumann and Dan Flickinger
	DFKI and CSLI Stanford
	HPSG-DOP: data-oriented parsing with HPSG

4:10-4:25 break

4:25-6:25 Session VII.

	Frank Van Eynde
	Center for Computational Linguistics University of Leuven
	Prenominals in Dutch

	Berthold Crysmann
	DFKI GmbH & Saarland University
	Clitic Climbing Revisited

	Jesse Tseng
	Universit� Paris 7 and UFR Linguistique
	"EDGE features and French liaison"


POSTER SESSION (August 9, 1:05-2:00):

Hee-Rahk Chae
Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies and Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Downward" Unbounded Discontinuities in Korean

Incheol Choi
University of Texas at Austin
Scrambling, Extraction, Case and External Arguments in Korean

Marianne Desmets
CNRS/Paris 10 University
French Free Relative Phrases in HPSG

Valia Kordoni
Computational Linguistics, University of Saarland
Valence alternations in Modern Greek: an MRS analysis

Junkyu Lee and Chungmin Lee
Seoul National University
Korean Resultative Constructions

Nuttanart Muansuwan
King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi
The Syntax of Noun Phrases Containing Classifiers in Thai

Aline Villavicencio and Ann Copestake
University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory
Verb-particle constructions in a computational grammar of English

Eun-Jung Yoo
Seoul National University
Case Marking in Korean Auxiliary Verb Constructions
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