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Message 1: 1st Meeting of the Arizona Linguistics Circle
Date: 09-Oct-2007
From: Yosuke Sato <yosukesemail.arizona.edu>
Subject: 1st Meeting of the Arizona Linguistics Circle
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1st Meeting of the Arizona Linguistics Circle
Short Title: ALC 1

Date: 19-Oct-2007 - 21-Oct-2007
Location: Tucson, Arizona, USA
Contact: Yosuke Sato
Meeting URL: http://linguistics.arizona.edu/alc1/

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Language Documentation; Linguistic
Theories; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

The inaugural meeting of the Arizona Linguistics Circle will be held
October 19-21, 2007, on the University of Arizona campus. The conference
aims to provide a forum for presenting research in three areas of
linguistics: theoretical linguistics, experimental linguistics and Native
American linguistics.

The 1st Meeting of the Arizona Linguistics Circle Program

Room:
Integrated Learning Center 119

Dates:
October 19-21, 2007

Friday, October 19, 2007

2:00-2:30
Registration

2:30-5:40
Session Chair: Yosuke Sato

2:30-3:30
Heidi Harley, Invited Speaker
(University of Arizona, Tucson)
''On the Difference Between Showing and Exhibiting: Morphosyntax,
Morphophonology and Double Objects in English''

3:30-4:00
Kjersti Stensrud
(University of Chicago)
''Reanalyzing Unergative Pseudocoordinations in Norwegian''

4:00-4:30
Mamori Sugita
(City University of New York)
''Japanese Experiential -te iru as an Individual-Level Construction''

4:30-5:00
Youssef Haddad
(Florida State University)
''Resumption Minus Stranding: Evidence from Assamese''

5:00-5:40
Simin Karimi, Sumayya Racy, Yosuke Sato and Azita Teleghani
(University of Arizona & University of Toronto)
''A Cross-linguistic Investigation of Epistemic versus Root Modals: Their
Syntax and Semantics''

Saturday, October 20, 2007

9:00-9:30
Registration

9:30-11:30
Session Chair: Emily Kidder

9:30-10:30
Patricia Keating, Invited Speaker
(University of California, Los Angeles)
''Prosodic Position and Segmental Articulation in English''

10:30-11:00
Deepti Ramadoss
(Johns Hopkins University)
''Tonal Downsteps and Resets: An Integrated Account''

11:00-11:30
Kazuha Watanabe
(California State University, Fullerton)
''Verb Inflection and Glide Formation in Japanese''

11:30-12:30
Lunch

12:30-2:30
Session Chair: Jeffrey Punske

12:30-1:00
Chris Warnasch: Best Student Abstract Award Winner
(City University of New York)
''Aspect and Interpretation outside of Full Clauses''

1:00-1:30
Malcolm Elliott
(University of Chicago)
''Nonhuman Participants and zibun in Japanese''

1:30-2:00
Paul Willis
(University of California, Santa Cruz)
''The Role of Topic-hood in Multiple Wh-Question Semantics''

2:00-2:30
Yosuke Sato
(University of Arizona, Tucson)
''The Denotation and Morphosyntax of NPs in Javanese: Against the
Nominal Mapping Parameter''

2:30-2:45
Break

2:45-4:45
Session Chair: Jason Ginsburg

2:45-3:15
Agnieszka Pysz and Bartosz Wiland
(UAM Poznan & MIT & UAM Poznan)
''The Setting of the Strict VO Word Order in English at the PF Interface''

3:15-3:45
Jackie Bunting
(University of Chicago)
''Identifying the Antecedent: Slovak Pronouns and the PAH''

3:45-4:15
Jong-Bok Kim
(Kyung Hee University, Seoul)
''Floating Quantifiers in Korean: Movement or Non-Movement?''

4:15-4:45
Daniel Siddiqi
(Mississippi State University)
''On the Structure of the Verb Phrase''

Sunday October 21, 2007

9:30-12:00
Session Chair: Amy Fountain

9:30-10:30
Pamela Munro, Invited Speaker
(University of California, Los Angeles)
''Frames of Reference for Component Part Locatives''

10:30-11:00
Wilson Silva
(University of Utah)
''Documenting One Tukanoan Language in a Multilingual Vaupés River
Region of Brazil''

11:00-11:30
Tatyana Slobodchikoff
(University of Arizona, Tucson)
''On the Event Structure of Desirative-Causatives: A Cross-Linguistic
Analysis''

11:30-12:00
Fábio Bonfim
(University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte)
''On the Nature of Absolutive Case''

12:00-1:00
Lunch

1:00-2:30
Session Chair: Yosuke Sato

1:00-1:30
Bartosz Wiland
(MIT & UAM Poznan)
''A Non-Templatic Analysis of ECM Constructions''

1:30-2:00
Jason Ginsburg
(University of Arizona, Tucson)
''TP-Internal Clause-Typing''

2:00-2:30
Ivan Ortega-Santos
(University of Maryland, College Park)
''On Relativized Minimality and Memory Interference''

2:30-2:45
Break

2:45-4:45
Session Chair: Yosuke Sato

2:45-3:15
Hui-Yu Huang
(National Chiao Tung University)
''A Distributed Morphology Account of Resultative Verb Compounds in
Chinese''

3:15-3:45
Sylvia Reed
(University of Arizona, Tucson)
''A Morphemic Approach to Tense and Aspect in Attic Greek''

3:45-4:15
Zhiguo Xie
(Cornell University)
''Wh-Argument/Adjunct Asymmetry and Intervention Effects in Mandarin
Chinese''

4:15-4:45
Olga Pekelis
(Russian State University, Moscow)
''Coordination vs. Subordination: Information Structure Approach''


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