LINGUIST List 16.892

Wed Mar 23 2005

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        1.    Patrick Midtlyng, 41st Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society

Message 1: 41st Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society

Date: 22-Mar-2005
From: Patrick Midtlyng <>
Subject: 41st Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society

41st Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society
Short Title: CLS 41

Date: 07-Apr-2005 - 09-Apr-2005
Location: Chicago, IL, United States of America
Contact: Patrick Midtlyng
Contact Email:
Meeting URL:

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Each year scholars with diverse backgrounds and theoretical perspectives gather
for three days of talks and discussion. The conference is divided into a Main
Session, comprising talks on a broad range of linguistic issues, and a series of
Panels on a range of more particular issues within a sub-field of the discipline.


Following is the program for the 41st Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic



Invited speakers:
Lauri Karttunen
Aravind Joshi

Language Documentation: Archiving Grammars
Jonathan D Amith

Implementation for discovery: A bipartite lexicon to support
morphological and syntactic analysis
Emily Bender and Jeff Good

Avoiding the ambiguity trap with conjecture-free learning
Jason Riggle

Disjunctive rule ordering in finite-state morphology
Robert Malouf

Learning Arabic Morphology With Information Theory
Paul Rodrigues and Damir Cavar

Intensional Perspective and Proximity Markers in Collaborative Dialog
Donna Byron and Laura Stoia

Parsing Korean Honorification Phenomena in a Typed Feature Structure Grammar
Jong-Bok Kim and Jaehyung Yang

Learning Underlying Forms By Searching Restricted Lexical Subspaces
Nazarre Merchant and Bruce Tesar


Invited speakers:
Ray Jackendoff
Peter Culicover
Jerry Sadock

Constructional Compositionality and the English Resultative
Marc Ettlinger

Yaqui complementation, an example of a syntax-semantic mismatch
Lilian Guerrero

Emergent Feature Theory
Jeff Mielke

An Autolexical account of variation in grammatical relations
Etsuyo Yuasa

Words as Localist Associative Networks: Empirical Evidence for an
Exemplar Approach to the Mental Lexicon
Vsevolod M. Kapatsinski

Tone interval theory
Laura Dilley

Global Linguistic Derivations
Nelly Lin

The Limits of Syntax in Inversion
Grant Goodall


Invited Speakers:
Wallace Chafe
Douglas Parks

Omaha language revitalization: a community college case study
Ardis Eschenberg

The E-MELD School of Best Practices in Digital Language Documentation
Steven Moran

Language Revitalization and Language Shift in Salasaca, Ecuador
Mary Andronis

Yan-nhangu language documentation: Aims and accomplishments
Claire Bowern and Bentley James

Language Shift Reversal for a Non-standardized Language

Was hat gechanged?: Language Convergence in Texas German
Jana Thompson



David Pesetsky
Paul Smolensky
Paul Kiparsky


Syntactic Change in Bardi
Claire Bowern

Another Look at 'Japanese Women's Language': A Prosodic Analysis
Mie Hiramoto and Andrew Wong


Agreement and path specification in Icelandic
Ryo Otoguro

The behavior of blocking affixes at the morphology-phonology interface
Anne Pycha

Double Reduplication: A dilemma for Mono-stratal OT
Eun-Sook Kim and John Stonham


Moraic onsets: Evidence from Bella Coola Word Minimality
Nina Topintzi

Partial Ranking and Alternating Vowels in Polish
Gaja Jarosz

Shuijinping Hmong vowel-tone interactions and the nature of synchronic chain-shifts
David Mortensen

The Patterns of Vowel Insertion and Consonant Deletion in IL Phonology
Bo-Young Kwon

The role of pitch accent type in the interpretation of information status
Aoju Chen

German Glide Formation as the Conflict between Markedness and Faithfulness
T. A. Hall

Phonological constraints are not directly phonetic
Jennifer L. Smith

Reconsidering the variable status of glottals in nasal harmony
Susannah V. Levi

Curing a cold with antibiotics? English schwa insertion before liquids and
phonological opacity
Martin Krämer

Consistency behind inconsistency: the behavior of sonorants in tonal split from
Middle Chinese to Old Mandarin
Kening Li

Too many solutions: how prosody and segments interact
Lev Blumenfeld

Syllabification, sonority, and perception: new data from a language game
Elliott Moreton, Gary Feng and Jennifer L. Smith

Phonological Enhancement of Coarticulation in Korean
Gwanhi Yun


Morphological vs. phonological contrastive topic marking
David Oshima

External Inalienable Possession Constructions in Korean
Keun Young Shin

Pronominal References and the Encoding of Cognitive Status in Kumyk
Linda Humnick

Japanese Enter/Exit Verbs are Motion Verbs
Kazuhiro Kawachi

Speech Acts Under If-clauses
James Isaacs and Kyle Rawlins

Topics In the Hands of Speakers: Gesture and Discourse Status
Fey Parrill


DP-Existential Quantification in Coahuilteco
Rudolph C. Troike

A DP/NP-shell for CPs
Hye Jin Han

Events in Inuktitut: Voice alternations and viewpoint aspect
Bettina Spreng

Towards a Typology of Version: Formal and Functional Perspectives
Olya Gurevich & Gregory Anderson

''To move or not to move''

Exceptional Causatives in North Sami
Hanna Outakoski and Mikael Vinka

On the identity of a (spelt) copy: The case of anti-connectivity effect in
Noureddine Elouazizi

Post-syntactic compounding as case-particle omission in mixed categories
Hitoshi Horiuchi

Resultative constructions free from lexical and restructuring rules
Soo-Min Hong

The Functional Hierarchy in Menominee
Rebecca Shields

Pro-drop, free inversion, that-t effects: on some classical correlations
Marco Nicolis

Nominalization and Case Marking in Japanese
Masaaki Kamiya

Who Chased Whom and Who Got Tired: Accounting for Ambiguity in Mandarin
Resultative Verb Compounds
Chao Li

Passive get, Causative get, and the Phasehood of Passive vP
Nicholas Fleisher

Multiple Left-branch Extraction under Sluicing
Lydia Grebenyova

English Object Extraposition and Constraint Satisfaction
Jong-Bok Kim

The High Goal Argument in Korean Double Object Constructions
Juhyeon Hwang

Haj Ross

Constraints on English that-drop: A strong lexical OCP effect
Mary Ann Walter and T. Florian Jaeger
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