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LINGUIST List 25.806

Tue Feb 18 2014

Confs: Syntax, Semantics, Morphology, Phonology, Ling Theories/Belgium

Editor for this issue: Xiyan Wang <xiyanlinguistlist.org>

Date: 18-Feb-2014
From: Jeroen Van Craenenbroeck <jeroen.vancraenenbroeckkuleuven.be>
Subject: Generative Linguistics in the Old World 37
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Generative Linguistics in the Old World 37
Short Title: GLOW 37


Date: 02-Apr-2014 - 04-Apr-2014
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Contact: Jeroen van Craenenbroeck
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.glow37.org/

Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories; Morphology; Phonology; Semantics; Syntax

Meeting Description:

The 37th annual meeting of GLOW will be hosted by CRISSP, a research center of KU Leuven HUBrussel. The main colloquium will take place in Brussels (Belgium) on April 2-4, 2014.

Program:

Wednesday, April 2, 2014 (room 2215)

9.00-9.15
Welcome

9.15-10.15
Elena Guerzoni (University of Southern California) and Yael Sharvit (UCLA)
NPIs in Questions, Disjunction and Ellipsis

10.15-11.15
Aida Talić (University of Connecticut)
Upward P-cliticization, accent shift, and extraction out of PP

11.15-11.30
Coffee Break

11.30-12.15
Poster Session 1

Tomoko Ishizuka (Tama University) and Hilda Koopman (UCLA)
On the importance of being silent or pronounced; English -able and Japanese -rare potentials compared

Tue Trinh (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) and Andreas Haida (Humboldt University of Berlin)
Building alternatives

Enrico Boone and Anikó Lipták (Leiden University)
Extraction with deep anaphora: The role of VP external orphans

Richard Compton (McGill University)
An argument for genuine object phi-agreement in Inuit: Evidence from mood variance

Niina Ning Zhang (National Chung Cheng University)
Degree words: Modifiers or functional head elements?

Ethan Poole (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
A configurational account of Finnish case

Dennis Ott (Humboldt University of Berlin) (alternate)
Ellipsis in appositives and the syntax of parenthesis

Halldór Sigurðsson (Lund University) (alternate)
Gender & PRO

12.15-13.45
Lunch

13.45-14.45
Željko Bošković (University of Connecticut)
From the complex NP constraint to everything

14.45-15.45
Hans van de Koot (UCL), Renita Silva (UCL), Claudia Felser (University of Potsdam) and Mikako Sato (UCL)
Dutch A-scrambling is not movement: Evidence from antecedent priming

15.45-16.00
Coffee Break

16.00-17.00
Coppe van Urk (MIT)
On the relation of C and T, A'-movement, and 'marked nominative' in Dinka

17.00-18.00
Isabelle Charnavel (Harvard University) and Victoria Mateu (UCLA)
Antilogophoricity in clitic clusters

18.00-18.15
Coffee Break

18.15-19.15
Haoze Li (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) and Jess Law (Rutgers University)
Focus intervention effects and the quantificational domain of focus operators

Thursday, April 3, 2014 (room 2215)

9.15-10.15
Tue Trinh (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
On the evidence condition of Yes/No questions in English

10.15-11.15
Martina Wiltschko (UBC) and Elizabeth Ritter (Ben Gurion University)
Animating the narrow syntax

11.15-11.30
Coffee Break

11.30-12.15
Poster Session 2

Víctor Acedo-Matellán (Universidade do Minho)
A syntax for atransitivity

Ekaterina Chernova (Universitat de Girona)
What moves where in echo wh-questions?

Raphael Girard (UBC)
Voicing contrasts in Shona: Towards an account of consonant mutations

Laura Grestenberger (Harvard University)
Localizing Voice in bivalent voice systems: Passive and middle in Sanskrit and Greek

Anne Breitbarth (Ghent University)
Exceptive negation in historical Low German

Yimei Xiang (Harvard University)
Focus structure and NPI-licensing

Patricia Schneider-Zioga (California State University, Fullerton)
Linking, predication & symmetry in Kinande

Sandhya Sundaresan (University of Leipzig) and Thomas McFadden (ZAS Berlin)
In support of an articulated event-layer

12.15-13.45
Lunch

13.45-14.45
Arantzazu Elordieta (University of the Basque Country) and Bill Haddican (Queens College-CUNY)
Truncation feeds intervention: Two clause type effects in Basque

14.45-15.45
Eric Lander (Ghent University)
Intraparadigmatic cyclic and roll-up derivations in the Old Norse reinforced demonstrative

15.45-16.00
Coffee Break

16.00-17.00
Maria Polinsky, Gregory Scontras and Zuzanna Fuchs (Harvard University)
The differential representation of number and gender in Spanish

17.00-18.00
Bill Haddican (Queens College-CUNY), Anders Holmberg (Newcastle University) and Nanna Haug Hilton (University of Groningen)
Stay in shape!

18.00-19.00
GLOW Business Meeting

19.30
Conference Dinner, La Manufacture

Friday, April 4, 2014 (room 2215)

9.15-10.15
Yangsook Park (UMass Amherst)
Indexicals and the long-distance reflexive caki in Korean

10.15-11.15
Yohei Oseki (NYU)
Bare adjunction as 'two-peaked' structure

11.15-11.30
Coffee Break

11.30-12.30
Ewan Dunbar (Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique ENS / EHESS / CNRS)
Cyclic opacity facilitates phonological interpretation

12.30-14.00
Lunch

14.00-15.00
Thomas McFadden (ZAS Berlin)
Why nominative is special: Stem-allomorphy and case structures

15.00-16.00
Doreen Georgi (University of Leipzig)
Opaque reflexes of cyclic movement: Ordering final vs. intermediate steps

16.00-16.15
Coffee Break

16.15-17.15
Jutta Hartmann (Tübingen University) and Caroline Heycock (Edinburgh University)
Agreement in copula clauses: Evidence for a dual mechanism of Agreement

17.15-18.15
Karen Lahousse (KU Leuven)
Low sentence structure in French

Alternate 1
Dennis Ott (Humboldt University of Berlin)
Ellipsis in appositives and the syntax of parenthesis

Alternate 2
Halldór Sigurðsson (Lund University)
Gender & PRO



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