LINGUIST List 3.397

Tue 12 May 1992

Confs: Chinese Languages and Linguistics

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Date: Thu, 7 May 92 11:24:59 WSTIsCLL3
From: H.Samual Wang (035 <onghiokling.nthu.edu.tw>
Subject: IsCLL3


 The Third International Symposium on Chinese Languages and Linguistics
 Tentative Program

Conference dates: July 1-3, 1992
Conference site: International Conference Hall, National Tsing Hua University,
 Hsin-chu, Taiwan, ROC

Program

July 1

9:10-9:30 Opening Ceremony
9:30-10:20 Keynote Speech: James D. McCawley
 "Justifying the part of speech assignment in Mandarin Chinese"

10:20-10:40 Break

10:40-12:10 Session I
 Huang Shuan-fan
 "Lexical innovation and semantic change
 James H.I. Tai
 "Category shifts and word-formation redundancy rules in Chinese"
 Lisa L.S. Cheng
 "Compounds and lexical relational structures"

12:10-1:30 Lunch

1:30-3:00 Session II
 Hsin-I Hsieh
 "Lexicon and morphology in a Compositional Cognitive Grammar"
 Richard Sproat and Chilin Shih
 "On the sources of some constraints on Mandarin Morphology"
 Feng-hsi Liu
 "Synthetic compound in Chinese"

3:00-3:20 Break

3:20-5:20 Session III
 Shen Ya-ming
 "Argument structures of resultative verb compounds in Chinese"
 Chee Lick Ho
 "A X B Y: A special compounding pattern
 Anne Yue
 "The lexicon in syntactic change: lexical diffusion in Chinese syntax
 Chin-fa Lien
 "Reciprocal pronouns in Southern Min dialects: a diachronic-dialect
 approach"

July 2

9:30-10:20 Keynote Speech: Robert L. Cheng

10:20-10:40 Break

10:40-12:10 Session IV
 Matthew Y. Chen
 "Phonological diagnostics of morphosyntactic status"
 Daming Xu
 "The lexical and morphological conditions in Mandarin nasal
 variation"
 Yu-Chao Hsiao
 "A theoretical proposal for Mandarin prosodic morphology"

12:10-1:30 Lunch

1:30-3:00 Session V
 Hui-i Kung
 "Word order, specificty and object positions in Mandarin Chinese"
 Zhang Zheng-sheng
 "Discourse genre and aspectual marking in Chinese"
 Guo Jiansheng
 "Right-dislocation or right location? The 'afterthought phenomenon
 in Mandarin and markers of speakers' intentions"

3:00-3:20 Break

3:20-5:20 Session VI
 Ke Zou
 "The Chinese BA-construction: A morpho-syntactic analysis"
 Hongming Zhang
 "C-command approach to morphosyntax"
 Sylvia Chen and Dingxu Shi
 "On the feeding relation between syntax and morphology: evidence
 from Chinese nominal V-N compounds"
 Wei-tien Tsai
 "A note on zemeyang family - A morphosyntactic study"

July 3

9:30-10:20 Keynote Speech: C.T. James Huang

10:20-10:40 Break

10:40-12:10 Session VII
 Lilly Chen
 "The deictic verbs lai/khi 'come/go' in Taiwanese"
 Wynn Chao
 "Negation and clausal structure in Chinese
 Mei-chun Liu
 "From verb/noun to adverbial functions: grammaticalization of
 _jiu_ and _cai_ in Mandarin Chinese"

12:10-1:30 Lunch

1:30-3:30 Session VIII
 Samuel C.S. Leung
 "The development of Cantonese aspect marker _gan_ in a Cantonese-
 speaking child"
 Thomas Hun-tak Lee
 "Two acquisition studies on quantification
 Shen Xiaonan
 "A Study of rhythm in Mandarin prosody"
 Chang Mei-chih
 "Parametrized account of tone sandhi phenomena in Chinese

3:30-4:00 Break

4:00-4:50 Keynote Speech: T.C. Tang

REGISTRATION FORM

Name: Sex:
Mailing Address:



Affiliation:
E-mail address:

A. Registration fee (Proceedings and 3 lunch boxes included):
 Speaker: free
 Audience: US$30
B. Accomodations: Moonlight Hotel, Hsin-chu City
 a. A single room will be provided free of charge to speakers for 4 nights
 (June 30 - July 3)
 b. The Local Arrangement Committee will reserve rooms in the Moonlight
 Hotel for other participants if such service is desired.
 1. Nightly rate per single room: US$35.50
 2. Nightly rate per double room (two beds): US$51.00
 (Please indicate sharing roommate and paying roommate)
C. Post-Symposium Buffet
 a. Speaker: free
 b. Audience: US$22

Total: A + B + C =

PLEASE SEND IN REGISTRATION FORM AND PAYMENT BEFORE JUNE 10, 1992. BOTH
SPEAKERS AND AUDIENCE SHOULD REGISTER.
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