LINGUIST List 29.651

Thu Feb 08 2018

Confs: Gen Ling, Morphology, Phonology, Semantics, Syntax/Hungary

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Date: 05-Feb-2018
From: Veronika Hegedus <hegedus.veronikanytud.mta.hu>
Subject: Generative Linguistics in the Old World 41
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Generative Linguistics in the Old World 41
Short Title: GLOW 41


Date: 10-Apr-2018 - 14-Apr-2018
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Contact: Peter Szigetvari
Contact Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Morphology; Phonology; Semantics; Syntax

Meeting Description:

The 41st GLOW conference (GLOW 41) will take place between 10-14 April 2018 in Budapest, Hungary. It will be organized by the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (http://www.nytud.hu/eng/index.html). The conference will consist of a main colloquium (11-13 April, Wed to Fri) and four thematic workshops (on Tue, 10 April and Sat, 14 April).

The main conference has no specific theme so scholars are invited to submit and present papers within all areas of generative linguistics. Submissions on phonological topics are especially welcome.

The following workshops will accompany the main colloquium:

- Long-distance segmental phenomena (organized by Péter Rebrus, Péter Szigetvári and Miklós Törkenczy)

- Predication in relation to propositions and properties (organized by Maria Polinsky & Marcel den Dikken)

- The Grammar and Pragmatics of Interrogatives and Their (Special) Uses (organized by Beáta Gyuris & Hans-Martin Gaertner)

- Sign Language Syntax and Linguistic Theory (organized by Balázs Surányi & Marcel den Dikken)

GLOW 41 will also be complemented by the yearly meeting of the Phonological Theory Agora network with a thematic workshop on ''The necessity of formalization in phonology''.

Programme:

GLOW41 Main Colloquium

10 April:

19:00–21:00: Welcome reception and registration


11 April (Wednesday):

08:00–08:45:
Registration

08:45–09:00:
Welcome

09:00–10:00:
Gary Thoms, David Adger, Caroline Heycock and Jennifer Smith
The curious development of 'have'-raising

10:00–11:00:
Guillaume Enguehard
French Liaison and Vowel Elision are symmetrical OCP effects

11:00–11:30: Coffee

11:30–12:30:
Stanislao Zompi'
Ergative is not inherent: Evidence from *ABA in suppletion and syncretism

12:30–14:00: Lunch break

14:00–15:00:
Christine Marquardt
Opacity in Mojeño Trinitario Reduplication: A Harmonic Serialism Account

15:05–15:50:
Poster lightning talks

15:50–17:00: Poster session and coffee

Posters:

Johanna Benz: Affix order and the availability of phonological information
Jan Casalicchio, Francesco Maria Ciconte and Roberta D'Alessandro: On phasal domains and the difference between subject and object clitics
Pietro Cerrone and Hiromune Oda: Reinterpreting ne-cliticization as split-topicalization
Tingchun Chen: Multiple case assignment and case-stacking in Amis
Emily Clem: Disharmony and the Final-Over-Final Condition in Amahuaca
Karen De Clercq: The internal syntax of Q-words
Lieven Danckaert: Rethinking the origins of Old Romance V-to-C movement
Julianne Doner: The Anchoring Domain and the EPP
Naomi Francis: On even in presupposition denials
John Grinstead, Morgan Oates, Melissa Nieves-Rivera and Ramón Padilla-Reyes: Quantifier Relationships in the Lexicon: Scalar Competence and Performance
James Griffiths, Güliz Güneş and Anikó Lipták: Reprise Fragments in Minimalism: an in-situ analysis
Tamas Halm: Grammaticalization without Feature Economy: Evidence from the Voice Cycle in Hungarian
Paloma Jeretic: Structured Questions
Carina Kauf and Hedde Zeijlstra: Explaining the Ambiguity of Embedded Past Tense Morphology
Maria Kouneli: Adjectival modification in Kipsigis
Heather Newell: There are no Bracketing Paradoxes, or How to be a Modular Grammarian
Arthur Santana: Is there reduction via laxing in northern dialects of Brazilian Portuguese?
Radek Šimík: On wh-questions, wh-relatives, and their kin
Sandhya Sundaresan: Modelling selectional variation for indexical shift
Neda Todorovic: Licensing future
Laurence Voeltzel: The Faroese Rhotic and OL Clusters
Joanna Zaleska: Coalescence as autosegmental spreading and delinking

17:00–18:00:
Alejo Alcaraz
Deep and Surface clitics in Northern Castilian Spanish

18:00–19:00:
Stefan Keine and Ethan Poole
Reconstruction beyond English


12 April (Thursday):

08:30–09:00: Registration

09:00–10:00:
Christopher Green and Abbie Hantgan-Sonko
Word-level ATR asymmetry: Insights from Bondu-so vowel harmony

10:00–11:00:
Imke Driemel and Jude Nformi
On pure focus movement in Syntax — Observations from Limbum

11:00–11:30: Coffee

11:30–12:30:
Thomas McFadden
Tamil allocutive agreement and the syntax of the SpeechAct Phrase

12:30–14:00: Lunch break

14:00–15:00:
Hadas Kotek and Matthew Barros
Which QuD?

15:05–15:50:
Poster lightning talks

15:50–17:00: Poster session and coffee

Posters:

Tamas Biro: From Harmonic Grammar to Optimality Theory: Production and maturation in q-HG
Bronwyn M. Bjorkman, Elizabeth Cowper and Daniel Siddiqi: Unifying -ing without ''participles''
Kenyon Branan and Abdul-Razak Sulemana: Covert movement licenses parasitic gaps
Karen De Clercq and Liliane Haegeman: DIE second root clauses in the Ghent dialect (2nd alternate syntax talk)
Noam Faust, Nicola Lampitelli and Shanti Ulfsbjorninn: Prepositions of Italian unite! A non-allomorphic account of preposition-article sequences
Guilherme D. Garcia: Regulating the interaction between lexical statistics and the grammar: a naturalness bias in learning weight
Melanie Hobich: What do you want for a drink? The structure of the German was für-construction in light of historic data
Lisa Hofmann: German Sentential Stress Reconsidered (1st alternate phonology talk)
Kanako Ikeda, Tomohiro Fujii and Kyoko Yamakoshi: Position of Why in Children's Clause Structure: Evidence from English and Japanese
Sampson Korsah and Andrew Murphy: Clausal determiners and DP shells in Kwa
Jeremy Kuhn, Lara Mantovan and Carlo Geraci: Low referentiality in LSF and LIS
Ora Matushansky and Joost Zwarts: Axes to grind
Kuniya Nasukawa and Phillip Backley: Vowel weakening reveals hierarchical segment structure
Ivan Ortega-Santos: What Deictic Gestures Tell Us about the Syntax-Gesture Interface: Gestural Pronouns in an Oral Language
Marcel Pitteroff and Marika Lekakou: In the event of a disposition
Kensuke Takita: Voice-Mismatches under Japanese N'-Deletion and Syntactic Identity
Lyn Tieu and Zheng Shen: Interpretive restrictions on superlatives in full vs. fragment answers
Jozina Vander Klok: Must the external argument be a topic? Answers from answers in Javanese
Laura Vela-Plo: Comparative coordination in the nominal domain
Jenneke van der Wal: Bantu flexible argument licensing
Philipp Weisser: Deriving Allomorphy and Suppletion as PF-Idioms (1st alternate syntax talk)
Sławomir Zdziebko: Polish /e/-Backing and the nature of lexical diacritics (2nd alternate phonology talk)

17:00–18:00:
Florian Schäfer
Revisiting Visser's Generalization

18:00–19:00:
Fenna Bergsma
The power of syncretisms: how syncretisms can serve double duty


13 April (Friday):

09:00–10:00:
Doreen Georgi
On the nature of ATB-movement: insights from reflexes of movement

10:00–11:00:
Daniel Christoph Gleim
Tone does not trigger epenthesis: evidence from Arapaho

11:00–11:30: Coffee

11:30–12:30:
Laura Kalin
The Ins and Outs of Allomorphy in Turoyo (Neo-Aramaic)

12:30–14:00: Lunch break

14:00–15:00:
Yosuke Sato and Masako Maeda
On Syntactic Head Movement in Japanese and Its Interpretive Consequences: A New Perspective from Verb-Echo Answers and Negative Scope Reversal

15:00–16:00:
Thuy Bui
Aspectual Asymmetry: The Vietnamese (Im)Perfectivity

16:00–16:30: Coffee

16:30–17:30:
Jon Ander Mendia
Degree Relatives and their kin

17:30–18:30:
Yuriy Kushnir
Accent Strength in Lithuanian Prosody

18:30–19:00:
Business meeting

20:00–23:00: Dinner party

The GLOW41 Main Colloquium will be accompanied by 4 thematic workshops and the yearly workshop of the Phonological Theory Agora, on 10 April and 14 April. The programmes of the workshops are available on the conference website and will be posted separately:
https://glowlinguistics.org/41/

To register for the conference, please go to:
https://glowlinguistics.org/41/register/


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