LINGUIST List 9.778

Mon May 25 1998

Confs: ICKL'98

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  1. David Silva, Korean Linguistics--ICKL Conference

Message 1: Korean Linguistics--ICKL Conference

Date: Fri, 22 May 1998 18:24:32 -0500 (CDT)
From: David Silva <>
Subject: Korean Linguistics--ICKL Conference

 1998 Meeting of the 
 International Circle of Korean Linguists (ICKL)

 July 6 - 9, 1998
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Center for Korean Studies

>>>>>>>>>>>>Program Draft: Revised 5/21/98<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

>> July 6, 1998; Monday

7:30 to 8:30

8:30 to 9:30
 Opening Ceremony--Auditorium

9:30 to 9:45

9:45 to 11:45
Special VI: Issues in Historical Linguistics--Auditorium
 Speaker: Dr. Samuel Martin
 Reviewer: Dr. Alexander Vovin

11:45 to 1:00

1:00 to 3:00
Special VI: Issues in Historical Linguistics #1--Auditorium

Monophthongization and vowel shifts in Korean, Eung-Jin Baek

Language change and lexical stratification, Young-mee Yu Cho

Different layers of lexical borrowing: Sino-Korean characters
with multiple readings, Ik-sang Eom

The Korea-Japonic word for pheasant and special semantic marking
of natural-world nouns, Leon Serafim

General: Sociolinguistics #1--Conference Room
Topic marking of Korean in an experimental paradigm of attention,
Jong-Bai Hwang 

Focus marking, alternatives triggering and negative meaning of nun in
Korean, Juliet Wai-hong Du and Hansang Park 

A study of developing topic-prominence by English learners of Korean,
Euen Hyuk (Sarah) Jung 

Korean language interference in the acquisition of English discourse
markers, Hikyoung Lee

General: Syntax #1--Classroom
Korean type IV nominalizations: Syntactic versus morphological
phrasal affixations, Lizanne Kaiser

Default case and ECM constructions, Seung-Man Kang

On modality in Korean, Nam-Kil Kim

Predicate and nominal phrase gerunds in Korean, Jun Ho Cho

3:00 to 3:15

3:15 to 5:15
Special VI: Issues in Historical Linguistics #2--Auditorium
A common Korean and Japanese noun particle: Korean ulo :: Japanese to,
Bjarke Frellesvig Hyangchal: A modern view of an ancient script, Marc
Hideo Miyake 

A new look at Paekche and Korean, John Bentley 

A comparative note on special particles: Old Japanese namu and Korean
lang/nun, Alan Hyun-Oak Kim

General: Sociolinguistics #2--Conference Room
Strategies in Korean presidential candidates live TV debates,
Kyung-Sook Song

Korean address terms: Resolving a conflict in rank and age, Haejin
E. Koh

Gendered practice in topic organization and face management, Kyu-Hyun
Kim and Kyung-Hee Suh 

Negation in Korean: A matter of volition, Virginia K. McClanahan

General: Syntax #2--Classroom
Local obviation as a relative phenomenon, Gunsoo Lee

Feature movement and Korean raising constructions, Sunwoo Lee

Clausal adjuncts occurring higher than NegP, Gwangrak Son

On Korean right node raising and English right node raising, Sungshim

>> July 7, 1998, Tuesday

8:30 to 10:30
Special III: Complex Predicates--Auditorium
 Speaker: Dr. Peter Sells
 Reviewer: Dr. Ho-min Sohn

Special V: Reduplication--Conference Room
 Speaker: Dr. Chin-W. Kim
 Reviewer: Dr. Young-mee Yu Cho

10:30 to 10:45

10:45 to 12:15
Special III: Complex Predicates #1--Auditorium

Varying levels of complex predicatehood in Korean, Miho Choo 

Semantic restrictions of complex predicates: Focusing on the
multi-verb constructions with the suffix e, Woo-hyoung Nahm

Types of nouns in the light verb constructions in Korean: Concerning
the formation of complex predicates, Miok Park

Special III: Reduplication #1--Conference Room

The emergence of the unmarkedness in Korean loanword phonology,
Hyeonkwan Cho

Fixed segmentism in Korean partial reduplication: Three instances of
the emergence of the unmarked, Chin Wan Chung 

Case alternation in Korean focalization (in minimalism), Eunsung Do

General: Syntax #3--Classroom 

The multiple subject constructions and the expletive constructions in
minimalist syntax, Gui-Sun Moon 

The non-QR approach to the scope interpretation in negation, Jinhee
Suh Korean denominal verbs, In-Seok Yang

12:15 to 1:30

1:30 to 3:00
Special III: Complex Predicates #2--Auditorium

Korean causatives in a hierarchial lexicon: An HPSG approach, Hanjung

Korean causatives and a double tier theory of argument structure,
Nakamura Wataru

A conceptual semantic analysis of the so-called auxiliary verb
construction in Korean, Younghwan Suh

Special V: Reduplication #2--Conference Room

Grassmans law in Korean reduplication, Se-Kyung Kim

What looks like a CV must be a CV: Evidence for Paffx from Korean
partial reduplication, Soohee Kim

An OT approach to Korean partial reduplication, Hansang Park

General: Syntax #4--Classroom
VP analysis of ha causative constructions in Korean, Il-Ho Lee and
Myoung-Hi Chai

Case-marking properties of verbal nouns and ha in Korean, Namgeun Lee
and Saeyoun Cho

A study on the Korean passive constructions in comparison with their
English counterparts, Young-Ok Lee

3:00 to 3:15

3:15 to 5:15
General: Phonology #1--Auditorium

Phonological phrasing of SOV sentences in Korean: An optimality
-based account of a quantitative sample survey, David James Silva

Domain-initial articulatory strengthening in the prosodic hierarchy in
Korean: An EPG study, Taehong Cho

Phonetic versus phonological rules in Korean, Michael J. Kim
Patterns of nasalization in Korean, Soo-Jung Kim

General: Sociolinguistics #3--Conference Room

The clause connective nuntey: What else is new?, Joe J. Ree

Causation patterns in Korean: A functional approach, Seok-Hoon You

It just happened that way: The grammaticalization of accidentality in
a/e pelita and ko malta as markers of completive aspect and affective
stance, Susan Strauss

A discourse analysis of the Korean connective ketun, Yong-Yae Park

General: Syntax #5--Classroom

Contiguity as a constraint on possessor-ascension in Korean, Jaehoon

A minimalist account of categorical prototypicality: Based on Korean
syntactic nominalizations, Yeun-Jin Jung

What X-bar theory tells us about VP-shell analysis, Joung-Ran Kim The
negative polarity item licensing, Doo-Won Lee

5:15 to 5:30

 Dinner Reception

>> July 8, 1998; Wednesday

8:30 to 10:30
Special I: Case markers--Auditorium
 Speaker: Dr. William O'Grady
 Reviewer: Dr. James H. S. Yoon

Special IV: Syllable--Conference Room
 Speaker: Dr. Robert Ramsey
 Reviewer: Dr. Eung-Do Cook

10:30 to 10:45

10:45 to 12:15
Special I: Case markers #1--Auditorium

COMPs and case realizations, Yongkil Jeong

The path marker ulo in Korean, Keedong Lee

A polysemy network of the Korean instrumental case, Jeong-Woon Park

Special IV: Syllable--Conference Room

On the status of on-glides in Korean within optimality theory:
Evidence from child Korean, Meesook Kim and Sun-hoi Kim

Two-root theory of Korean geminate consonants, Eun-Suk Ko

The syllable structure of consonant clusters in Korean, Duck-Young Lee

General: Sociolinguistics #4--Classroom 

Korean romanization in computer-mediated communication, Esther Hyunzee

English loan words in Korean, Jeewon Hahn

Corpus-based analysis of English newspapers published in Korea, Kyutae

12:15 to 1:30

1:30 to 3:00
Special I: Case markers #2--Auditorium

An optimality-theoretic account of Korean nominal inflection, Sungdai

The Korean topic marker and activation, Kyung-Shim Kang

A pragmatic study of particle (i)na in Korean, Chang-Bong Lee

General: Phonology #2--Conference Room

The correlation between onset types and tone in Chonnam Korean,
Mi-Ryoung Kim and San Duanmu

Tone and intonation in Hamkyung Korean: A bottom-up approach, Sung-A

Korean labial laterality and articulation theory, Kyoung-Ja Lee and
E. Wyn Roberts

General: Syntax #6--Classroom

A reanalysis of dependent nouns in Korean as grammatical nouns,
Mi-Jeung Jo

On what HOW behaves like and why, Daeho Chung

Minimalist interpretation of the Visibility Condition, Kiyong Choi

3:00 to 3:15

3:15 to 5:15
General: Sociolinguistics #5--Auditorium

The intersection of diachronic syntax and current morphology: An
analysis of ey and eyse in Korean, Sung-Ock Sohn and Susan Strauss

Two types of noncausative psych-verbs in Korean and argument/adjunct
case particles, Sang-Geun Lee The grammaticalization of particles in

Korean, Sung-Ock Sohn A study on the semantic change in Korean, Seung
Myong Lee

General: Phonology #3--Conference Room
Restriction on consonant clusters, Jongho Jun

The merger of back vowels in North Korean dialects, Soon-Kyong Kahng

Is vowel length distinctive in modern Korean? An acoustic analysis,
Hyunsoon Kim and Jeong-Im Han

An alternative view on so-called suffixal harmony in Korean, Eunjin Oh

General: Syntax #7--Classroom [ends at 4:45]

Word order preferences for direct and indirect objects in children
learning Korean, Sookeun Cho et al.

Constituent order in Korean: Antisymmetry and mirror theory, Kook-Hee
Gill et al.

Case alternations in Korean coordination, Saeyoun Cho


5:30 to 6:00
ICKL General Meeting--Auditorium

July 9, 1998; Thursday

8:30 to 10:30
Special II: Relative Clauses--Auditorium
 Speaker: Dr. John Whitman
 Reviewer: Dr. Byung-Soo Park

10:30 to 10:45

10:45 to 12:45
Special II: Relative Clauses--Auditorium
Against gapless relative clause constructions, Jong-Bok Kim

Relative clause or noun complement clause: The diagnoses, Jong-Yul Cha

The structure of noun-complementation in Korean: A vew typology, Hyo
Sang Lee Demonstratives and relative clauses in Korean, Hyeson Park

General: Phonology #4--Conference Room 

The contextual phonetic palatalization of the Korean affricate /c/ in
comparison with the Russian consonants, Hyunsoon Kim

Optimality-theoretic approach to tensification in Korean, Sechang Lee

Synchronic umlaut and palatalization in Korean, Minsu Shim

Cerebral lateralization and Korean, Japanese, and Chinese
orthographies: The Critical factors for lateralization in reognizing
the orthographies, Kiseong Park

General: Sociolinguistics #6 --Classroom
Some notes on binding relations in Korean, Kyoun-Kook Kim

Grammaticalization of Korean agent-oriented modality, Sangsuk Oh

yo1/yo2 selceng-oy sahoy-enehak-ceck pwunsek, Heesook Kim

Does center-embedding lead to garden-path?, Sungku Suh
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