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Confs: Perspectives on Negation, Generative grammar (SICOGG96)

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Message 1: conference program

Date: Thu, 20 Jun 1996 09:07:21 +0200
From: Jacob Hoeksema <hoeksemalet.rug.nl>
Subject: conference program

The following is the program for the conference `Perspectives on
Negation,' to be held at the University of Groningen, in the
Toneelzaal of the Harmonie-building, Oude Kijk in 't Jatstraat 26,
Groningen. Further information on lodging etc. can be found at our
website:

http://www.let.rug.nl/Linguistics/Hoeksema/negconf.html

(Please mind the upper and lower case letters!)

 "PERSPECTIVES ON NEGATION"
 August 24-26
 University of Groningen, The Netherlands

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
Saturday, August 24
 9:00- 9:30 Registration and coffee
 9:30-10:30 Laurence R. Horn (invited speaker): Pick a
 theory (not just ANY theory): Indiscriminatives
 and the Free-Choice Indefinite
10:30-11:00 Anita Mittwoch: Perfective Sentences under
 Negation and Durative Adverbials
11:00-11:30 Coffee
11:30-12:00 Henny Klein: Polarity Sensitivity and
 Collocational Restrictions of Adverbs of Degree
12:00-12:30 Christopher Kennedy: On the Monotonicity of
 Polar Adjectives
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-14:30 Pierre Larrivee: A Semantic Definition of NPIs,
 with Evidence from English and French
14:30-15:00 Anastasia Giannakidou: Semantic Licensing
 Dependencies in Greek
15:00-15:30 Tea
15:30-16:00 Cecile Meier: Licensing NPIs in Because-Clauses
16:00-16:30 Arie Verhagen: The Pragmatics of Let Alone
16:30-17:30 Jay David Atlas (invited speaker): A Typology
 of Negative Quantifier Noun Phrases (or, What
 did they mean, `Don't be so negative!'?)

Sunday, August 25
 9:00-10:00 William A. Ladusaw (invited speaker): What Does The
 Theory of Indefinites do for the Theory of NPIs?
10:00-10:30 Utpal Lahiri: Even-incorporated NPIs in Hindi
10:30-11:00 Hotze Rullmann: Focus Particles, Polarity, and Scope
11:00-11:30 Coffee
11:30-12:00 Ton van der Wouden: Negative Polarity Auxiliaries
12:00-12:30 Johan van der Auwera: Negative Modals, in
 Europe
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-14:30 Kenneth F. Drozd: Reflections of Semantic
 Competence in Child Language Discourse Negation
14:30-15:00 Charlotte Koster and Sjoukje van der Wal: A
 Multidisciplinary Approach to Negative Polarity
15:00-15:30 Tea
15:30-16:00 Alison Henry, Rose MacLaren, Cathy Finlay, and
 John Wilson: The Acquisition of Negative
 Concord in Non-standard English
16:00-17:00 Frans Zwarts (invited speaker): TBA

Monday, August 26
 9:00-10:00 Raffaella Zanuttini and Paul Portner (invited
 speakers): The Force of Negation in
 Exclamatives and Interrogatives
10:00-10:30 Hugues M. Peters: An Alternative Proposal for
 French Negation
10:30-11:00 Patrick A. Schindler: A Uniform Approach to the
 Licensing of Negative Polarity
11:00-11:30 Coffee
11:30-12:00 Gertjan Postma: Configurationality and Negative
 Polarity: The story of ooit continued
12:00-12:30 Elena Herburger: On the Interpretation of
 Spanish `N-words'
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-14:30 Jack Hoeksema: C-command, Scope and the
 Triggering of Polarity Items
14:30-15:00 L.M. Tovena: Neg-raising: Negation as Failure?
15:00-15:30 Tea
15:30-16:00 Sebastian Loebner: Negation, Predication, and
 Quantification
16:00-17:00 Johan van Benthem (invited speaker): TBA

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Perspectives on Negation

Registration Form

The preregistration fee for the conference is Dfl 50 (including dinner
party on Sunday night), or Dfl 25 (without dinner). On site
registration will be Dfl 60 (with dinner) or Dfl 35 (without dinner).

Because of the complexities of international monetary transactions, we
request that even those who preregister pay their conference fee in
cash at the start of the conference. Please do not send us checks or
money orders.

For preregistration, please fill out the form below, and return it to
the following address BEFORE AUGUST 1:

 `Pionier'-Conference "Perspectives on Negation"
 c/o Jack Hoeksema
 Department of Dutch
 University of Groningen
 PO Box 716
 7900 AS Groningen
 The Netherlands

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Message 2: SICOGG96

Date: Wed, 19 Jun 1996 10:28:40 PDT
From: Sun-Woong Kim <swkimdaisy.kwangwoon.ac.kr>
Subject: SICOGG96

The Korean Generative Grammar Circle
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c/o Prof. Hee-Don Ahn Phone: +822-450-3338(O), 459-7666(H),
 201-8419(Fax)
Dept. of English, Konkuk University, Seoul 143-701, Korea Email:
 hdahnkkucc.konkuk.ac.kr

 June 1, 1996

 1996 SEOUL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GENERATIVE GRAMMAR
 IN COMMEMORATION OF
 THE 90TH ANNIVERSARY OF SOOKMYUNG WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY
 July 1-6, 1996
 Main Building, Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul, Korea

Dear Colleague,
We are sorry that we have not been able to send you earlier the full
information for SICOGG 96. This is our final circular before the
Conference starts on July 1, 1996.

1.ACCOMMODATION
 During the conference, for the 7 nights June 30 July 6,
participants who need accommodation will be urged to stay at Hoam
Faculty House, just next to Seoul National University. This is the
place where all invited speakers will stay, too. Since only a limited
number of rooms could be reserved, please let us know (by Email or Fax
if available) how many nights do you want to stay there, as soon as
you can. We will reserve the rooms for you. Meals including Breakfast
can be purchased at the cafeteria/restaurant inside the central
building. Rooms now available are all airconditioned and Korean
Ondol-style. Hoam Faculty House is about one hour drive from Kimpo
International Airport, and a 30 minute drive to Conference site,
Sookmyung Women's University under normal traffic conditions. The
information for convenient transportations from the accommodation
place to conference site, including the city map, will be available at
the front desk upon your arrival. Followings are the current discount
rates for Hoam Faculty House.
 Single Room or Double Room 36,000 Won (US$ 45) per night

(At most 2 person for one room: $23 for each, if you share the room
with other)

Accommodations in Seoul are costly. Beside Hoam Faculty House,
followings are hotels which are close to (or not very far from)
Sookmyung Women's University. For reservations on these hotels, we
leave it to individual participants to make their own arrangements.
Hotel Rainbow: 15 minute walk to SWU (very close to SWU), quality
somewhat worse than Hoam
 Single or Double Room US$ 55-60 (bed or ondol, $30 for each if you
 share)
 Call for reservation: +822-792-9993 6(Phone) -792-9997(Fax)

Hotel Kaya: 15 minute walk to SWU (very close to SWU), quality
somewhat worse than Hoam
Single or Double Room US$ 55-60 (bed or ondol, $30 for each if you
 share)
 Call for reservation: +822-798-5101 10(Phone) -798-5900(Fax)
Hamilton Hotel: 15 minute drive to SWU, quality somewhat better than
Hoam
 Single or Double Room US$ 110 (bed only, $55 for each if you share)
 Call for reservation: +822-794-0171 9(Phone) -795-0457(Fax)
Capital Hotel: 15 minute drive to SWU, quality better than Hoam and
Hamilton
 Single or Double Room US$ 210 (bed only, $105 for each if you share)
 Call for reservation: +822-792-1122(Phone) -796-0918(Fax)

In sum, you will save some money and can stay with some comfort if you
choose Hoam Faculty House. Hotel Rainbow and Kaya have advantages in
that they are very close to the conference site, i.e. walking distance
to SWU. Hamilton and Capital Hotel, on the other hand, are in better
quality, but they are relatively expensive.

2.CLIMATE AND CLOTHING
The conference period is the hottest (around 28-30 degrees Centigrade)
of the year. There may be some irregular showers. Participants are
advised to wear light and comfortable--typical summer--clothing for
both daytime and night-time.

3.KOREAN CURRENCY
The basic unit of Korean currency is the Won. The current exchange
rate for US$ 1.00 is about 800 Won. Due to fluctuation, participants
are advised to check the current exchange rates at the time of the
Conference. Currency exchange services are available at a bank in the
Kimpo International Airport, and other banks in the city.

4.CONFERENCE PLACE AND HOW TO GET THERE

All the events including lectures, forum, paper presentations will
take place at Main Building, Sookmyung Women's University, Seoul. If
you are not supposed to stay at Hoam Faculty House, following
information will be useful to get to the conference place. Local city
buses: take #57, #58, get off at Sookmyung stop. Subways: take #1,
get off at Namyoung stop. Or take #4 line, get off at Sooktaeipku
'Sookmyung Women's University Entrance' stop. From the Airport: take
Limousine, get off at Seoul City Hall. And take taxi to SWU. From the
Hoam Faculty House, the relevant information will wait for you at the
front desk upon your arrival. (We are currently seeking for the most
convenient and economical way for you to get to SWU from HFH.)

5. SICOGG '96 RECEPTION

Participants will meet together, having a drink and enjoying Korean
foods, in the Wednesday evening on July 3, hosted by the President of
SWU. The reception place will be SWU, the conference place.

6. CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
As you know, the conference proceedings will be published right after
the conference, no later than July 31. We are going to collect paper
manuscripts and disks during the conference. Please bring them to
Seoul. Your paper will be published as presented at the
conference. We are sorry, but your paper will not be accepted after
the conference. The deadline is July 6, 1996.

7. HANDOUTS
Just bring one hard copy of the handout. We will make the relevant
numbers of copies for your presentation.

8. Your Flight Information
Would you please let us know your itinerary including your arrival
date/time and flight as well as your departure date/time and flight,
as soon as possible?


For further information or correspondences, feel free to contact:

Prof. Hee-Don Ahn, Dept. of English, Konkuk University, Seoul 143-701,
Korea
 +82-2-450-3338 (Office), -459-7666 (Home), -201-8419 (Fax)
 hdahnkkucc.konkuk.ac.kr

Enclosed is the mini-poster, the near-final program, and the style
sheet of SICOGG 96. Note that there are slight changes in the program
schedule. The handbook and the final program will be available on
registration day, July 1.

We are looking forward to meeting you in Seoul very soon.

 Sincerely yours,
 Organizing and Executive Committee
 SICOGG 96

 Prof. Hee-Don Ahn, Konkuk University
 Prof. Myung-Yoon Kang, Korea University
 Prof. Yong-Suck Kim, Hansung University
 Prof. Sookhee Lee, Sookmyung Women's University

SICOGG 96 Program Overview
 July 1- 6, 1996
 Main Hall, Sookmyung Women's University

Series of Lectures:
Michael Brody (University College London): "Towards perfect syntax"
Tanya Reinhart (Tel Aviv University): "Interface economy"
Kenneth Wexler (MIT): "Morphosyntactic development, universal
 principles and very early parameter-setting"
Dong-Whee Yang: "The Korean phrase structure in the minimalist program"

Forum on "Morphosyntax in Korean"
Speakers:
Hee-Don Ahn (Konkuk University): "A study of syntactic
 word-formation"
Peter Sells (Stanford University): "Case, categories and projection
 in Korean and Japanese"
James H.-S. Yoon (Seoul National University): "A typology of
 morphosyntactic interaction English vs. Korean"
 Discussants:
 Hak-Sung Han (Kyung Hee University)
 Hyung Youb Kim (Korea University)

7/1(Mon)
 9:00 - 10:00 : Registration and Opening Ceremony
10:00 - 11:20 : Yang I
11:20 - 12:30 : Yang II
12:30 - 13:40 : Lunch
13:40 - 15:00 : Brody I
15:00 - 16:20 : Brody II
16:20 - 18:00 : Paper Sessions I

7/2(Tue)
10:00 - 11:20 : Brody III
11:20 - 12:30 : Wexler I
12:30 - 13:40 : Lunch
13:40 - 15:00 : Wexler II
15:00 - 16:20 : Brody IV
16:20 - 18:00 : Paper Sessions II

7/3(Wed)
10:00 - 11:20 : Reinhart I
11:20 - 12:30 : Reinhart II
12:30 - 13:40 : Lunch
13:40 - 15:00 : Wexler III
15:00 - 16:20 :Wexler IV
16:20 - 18:00 : Paper Sessions III
18:00 - : Reception Party

7/4(Thu)
10:00 - 11:20 : Brody IV
11:20 - 12:30 : Wexler V
12:30 - 13:40 : Lunch
13:40 - 15:00 : Reinhart III
15:00 - 16:20 : Yang III
16:20 - 18:00 : Paper Sessions IV

7/5(Fri)
10:00 - 11:20 : Reinhart IV
11:20 - 12:30 : Wexler VI
12:30 - 13:40 : Lunch
14:00 - 18:00 : Forum on "Morphosyntax in Korean"

7/6(Sat)
10:00 - 11:20 : Reinhart V
11:20 - 12:30 : Reinhart VI
12:30 - 13:40 : Lunch
13:40 - 15:00 : Brody VI
15:00 - 18:00 : Paper Sessions V

SICOGG 96 Paper Session

July 1 (Monday)
Session I-A

Cho, Eun (Cornell University): Multiple Feature Checking and
Accusative Case in the Passive

Lee, Sookhee (Sookmyung Women's University): Serial Verbs and
Parametric Feature Erasure

Yi, Eun-Young (Cornell University): Complex Predicates and the
Structure of the Serial Verb Constructions in Korean

Session I-B

Ahn, Sung-Ho (Hanyang University): ACD Constructions and LF Checking

Lee, Hyunoo and Byung Choon Lee (Inha University): Towards a
Minimalist Approach to the Syntax and Semantics of susulo 

Kim,Sun-Woong (Kwangwoon University): Numeral Quantifiers in Korean

July 2 (Tuesday)
Session II-A
Albizu, Pablo (USC): Generalized Person-Case Constraint: A Case For A
Syntax-Driven Inflectional Morphology
Fukushima, Kazuhiko (Kansai Gaidai University): Economy in Morphological Change
Yoon, Sang-Hun (University of Wisconsin-Madison): AgrC and
Wh-Interpretation in Korean

Session II-B

Manga, Louis (University of Ottawa): A Minimalist Account of
Accusative and Ergative Languages 

Lim, Jeeya (University ofWashington): Case Alternations on the Object
 Externalization and Internalization of the Subject

Shi, Chung-Kon (KAIST): Morphological Merger and Theta-Role Assignment
in Korean

July 3 (Wednesday)
Session III-A
Choi, Kiyong (Kwangwoon University): Base Adjunction of X0 to Y0: A
case of Korean Focus Constructions
Kang, Sun-Young (Ulsan University): A Note on the Light Verb ha- in
Korean
Hagstrom, Paul (MIT): Do-Support in Korean

Session III-B
Tsoulas, George (University of York): Empty Pronouns, the EPP, and the
 Morphosyntax of Finiteness in a Minimalist Framework
Sung, Chang-Sup and Kyu-Hong Hwang (Dong-A U/U of Washington): Empty
Subjects in English Bare Imperatives
Kim, Kwang-Sup (Chongju University): Multiple Subject Constructions in
Korean and English

July 4 (Thursday)
Session IV-A
McGinnis, Martha Jo (MIT): Two Types of Blocking
Lee, Jeong-Shik (Wonkwang University): Verbal Morphology in Korean
Hosoi, Hironobu (McGill University): Japanese Renyoo Inflectional
Form, Conjunctive Particle -te and Control

Session IV-B
Kim, Youngkook (University of London): On the Structure of Relative
Clauses in English
Lee, Man Ki (Seoul National University):.Move-F in the Overt Syntax
Evans, Hywel (Tsuru University): The Distribution of wh-phrases and
 Feature-Checking

July 6 (Saturday)
Session V-A
Jung, Yeun-Jin (Dong-Eui University): Nominalization Revisited: A
Lexicalist View
Cho, JunMo (University of Toronto): Checking Theory and Coordinate
Structures in Korean
Oku, Satoshi (Hokkaido Univ/UConn): VP-Fronting and Verbal Morphology
Imai, Takashi (Tsuru University): Definite/Indefinite Licensing of NPs in
 Determinerless Languages
Jang, Youngjun (Harvard University): Pseudogapping, Locative
Inversion, and the EPP

Session V-B
Yanagida, Yuko (Kochi University): CP in Japanese and English
Moon, Gui-Sun (Hansung University): Syntactic Wh-Movement in Korean
Lee, Rhanghyeyun (Seoul National University): Some Problems for Make
Shortest Movement?
Sohn, Keun-Won (Sookmyung Women's University): Reconstruction in
A-Movement
Choi, Young-Sik (MIT): Korean Negation and Negative Polarity Item
Licensing

 THE KOREAN GENERATIVE GRAMMAR CIRCLE
 Style Sheet for SICOGG 96 Proceedings

A. Please send us a hard copy and disk by July 6, 1996. Submitted
papers will be photographed directly, and the format of this style
sheet must be followed exactly. KGCC cannot and will not retype a
paper. Papers improperly formatted will not be published.

B. General Notes:
 1. The published paper is the presented paper.
 2. Limit text to 10 to 12 pages.
 3. Deadline: Papers with disks should be handed to us during the
 conference.
 4. Use high-quality, non-erasable paper.
 5. Times/Elite typefaces are preferred.
 6. Proofread carefully!

C. Page Formats:

 1. Use Standard Letter Size (8.5" +11") or A4 size(8.2" +11.73")
papers.
 2. For Letter Size: Margins are 1.5" top, left and right, and 1.0"
at bottom.
 For A4 Size: Margins are 1.5" top, 1.5" left, 1.2" right, and
1.73" at bottom.
 3. Lightly pencil page numbers on the back of each page.
 4. The first page should include the following (centered except for
the text):

 Title of Paper, at 1.5" from the top
 (skip a line)
 Your Name
 Institutional (not departmental) affiliation
 (skip a line)
 Text begins on this line

 5. Text must be single spaced, with each new paragraph indented
0.5" without skipping a line. Separate examples from the text by one
space; leave no spaces between consecutive examples.

 6. Footnotes/Endnotes: Content notes only (as in Linguistic
Inquiry), Endnotes be grouped immediately following the text.
(Footnotes preferable)

 7. Bibliography: Immediately after endnotes; do not place on a
separate page. Follow the recent style in LI.

For further questions, contact:
The Korean Generative Grammar Circle
 c/o Prof. Hee-Don Ahn Phone: +822-450-3338(O), 459-7666(H),
 201-8419(Fax)
 Dept. of English, Konkuk University, Seoul Korea Email:
 hdahnkkucc.konkuk.ac.kr
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