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Message 1: Japanese/Korean Linguistics

Date: Tue, 18 Jul 1995 11:29:00 Japanese/Korean Linguistics
From: Shoichi Iwasaki (310 <IBENAUOMVS.OAC.UCLA.EDU>
Subject: Japanese/Korean Linguistics

 The Sixth Annual Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference

 August 8-10, 1995
 University of Hawaii at Manoa
 Center for Korean Studies Auditorium

Cosponsored by the University of Hawaii s Department of East Asian
Languages and Literatures, Department of Linguistics, and Center for
Korean Studies

Supported by The Korea Foundation

 -------------------------------
 PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE PROGRAM
 [NOTE: Moderators/discussants to be announced later.]

Send inquiries to Professor John Haing (haiguhunix.uhcc.hawaii.edu)


Tuesday, August 8

8:00 A.M.-8:45 A.M.: REGISTRATION
8:45 A.M.-9:00 A.M.: WELCOMING REMARKS AND
 ANNOUNCEMENTS

SESSION 1: PHONOLOGY A

9:00-10:30: Aspiration in Korean Phonology
 Mira Oh, Yeojoo Technical College

 Korean Place & Manner Assimilations in
 Optimality Theory
 Hyeonkwan Cho, University of Minnesota

 Constraints in Post-obstruent Tensification in
 Korean
 Seok-Chae Rhee, University of Illinois at Urbana-
 Champaign

10:30-10:45 A.M. Break

SESSION 2: DISCOURSE A

10:45-12:45: Discourse-pragmatic Functions of Sentence- initial
 and Sentence-final Uses of the Quotative Particle in
 Japanese
 Makoto Hayashi, University of Colorado at Boulder

 An Expanded Concept of Speakerhood in Japanese
 Discourse
 Dina R. Yoshimi, University of Hawaii at Manoa

 Japanese kedo: Discourse Function and Genre
 Toshihide Nakayama and Kumiko Ichihashi-
 Nakayama, University of California at Santa
 Barbara

 How Seeing Approaches Knowing in Korean,
 Japanese, and English:
 An analysis of pota, miru, and see
 Yong Yae Park and Susan Strauss
 University of California at Los Angeles

12:45-2:00 Lunch

2:00-3:00: GUEST SPEAKER

 Un-Altaic Features of the Korean Verb
 Samuel E. Martin, Yale University

3:00-3:15: Break

SESSION 3: HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS A

3:15-5:45: On the origins of Japanese Sentence Particles ka
 and zo
 Charles J. Quinn, Jr., Ohio State University

 The Functions of kakari Particle namu in Heian
 Narratives:
 An Example from the Tale of Genji
 J. Paul Warnick, Ohio State University

 On the Origin of Accent Register in Proto-Japanese
 Alexander Vovin, Miami University

 Word-initial Low Register in Proto-Japanese
 Moriyo Shimabukuro, University of Hawaii at
 Manoa

 Another Source of m-b Variation in Japanese
 Blaine Erickson, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Wednesday, August 9

SESSION 4: SEMANTICS

8:30-11:00: Analysis of Polysemous Verbs
 Keedong Lee, Yonsei University

 Verb Lexicalization Patterns in Korean
 Young-joo Kim, Hong-Ik University

 On the Primacy of Progressive over Resultative
 State: The Case of Japanese -teiru
 Yasuhiro Shirai, University of California at Los
 Angeles

 Groups as Event-oriented Entities
 Eun-Joo Kwak, Brown University

 Topic, Focus, and Strong Readings in Korean:
 Information Partition by Phrase Structure and
 Morphology
 Hye-Won Choi, Stanford University

11:00-11:15: Break

11:15-12:15: GUEST SPEAKER

 The Logic of Desirability and Conditional
 Reasoning
 Noriko Akatsuka, University of California at Los
 Angeles

12:15-1:30: Lunch

SESSION 5: DISCOURSE B

1:30-3:30: Discourse Determiners of Referential Choice in
 Korean Acquisition
 Patricia M. Clancy, University of California at
 Santa Barbara

 An Inquiry into the Discourse Managing Function
 of a Japanese Particle WA: An Analysis of Two
 Distinctive Interpretations of the TE-WA
 Construction in Japanese
 Setsuko Arita, Kyushu University

 A Cognitive Account of the Korean Morpheme -se:
 A Marker of Semantic Givenness
 Susan Strauss, University of California at Los
 Angeles

 The Discourse Functions of -myen Clause in
 Korean
 Chang-Bong Lee, University of Pennsylvania

3:30-3:45: Break

SESSION 6: SYNTAX A

3:45-5:45: Case-theoretic Account of Complementizer
 Deletion
 Hirotaka Mitomo, Yokohama National University

 Tense in the Subject Raising Construction
 Kaoru Ohta, University of Washington

 Identifying the Antecedent of pro in Korean and
 Japanese
 Young-Suk Lee and Lizanne Kaiser, Yale
 University

 Two Types of Synthetic Compounds and Move-
 Affix in Korean
 Chung-Kon Shi, Harvard University

6:30-9:00: Dinner Reception (location to be announced)

Thursday, August 10

SESSION 7: HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS B

8:30-10:00: Kakarimusubi from a Comparative Perspective
 John Whitman, Cornell University

 Evidence for Pre- or Proto-historic Loans into
 Japanese from a Related Language of the Korean
 Peninsula
 Leon A. Serafim, University of Hawaii at Manoa

 Early Chinese Loanwords in Korean and Japanese:
 Reexamining an Old Problem from a Modern
 Perspective
 Marc H. Miyake, University of Hawaii at Manoa

10:10-10:15: Break

SESSION 8: SYNTAX B

10:15-12:15: Numeral Classifiers as Adverbs of Quantification
 Yukiko Sasaki Alam, Texas A & M University

 Opacity and Subjunctive Complements in Japanese
 Asako Uchibori, University of Connecticut

 NPIs Outside of Negation Scope
 Daeho Chung and Hong-keun Park
 University of Southern California

 Asymmetry in the Quantificational Force of -(n)un
 in Korean
 Chung-hye Han, University of Pennsylvania

12:15-1:30: Lunch

SESSION 9: SYNTAX C

1:30-3:00: Argument Prominence of Sino-Korean Verbal
 Nouns
 Yunsun Jung, Harvard University

 Argument Structure Change in Benefactive
 Construction in Korean
 Seok-Hoon You, University of Hawaii at Manoa

 Light Verb Constructions and Temporal
 Constructions in Japanese
 Hiroto Hoshi, SOAS, University of London

3:00-3:15: Break

SESSION 10: PHONOLOGY B

3:15-5:15: Perception of Japanese Pitch Accent by Koreans
 and Its Implications for Understanding Phonological
 Structures
 Y. Sukegawa, S. Sato, K. Maekawa, and H. Choi
 Tohoku University and National Language
 Research Institute

 Umlaut in Kyungsang Korean: The Optimal
 Domains Theoretic Account
 Seung-Hoon Shin, Indiana University

 Generalized Alignment and Prosodic Categorization
 in Korean
 Hyunsook Kang and Borim Lee
 Hanyang University and Wonkwang University

 NN: Rendaku and Licensing Paradox
 Keiichiro Suzuki, University of Arizona

5:15: CLOSING REMARKS
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