March 2024


The Chinese University of Hong Kong


Day 1 (March 6, 2024, UTC+08)
Venue: LT1A, Cheng Yu Tung Building

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Time Day 1
(March 6, 2024)
8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:15 Openning

Keynote Session 1

Chair: Victor Junnan Pan

9:15-10:15 Keynote: Luigi Rizzi
(Collège de France)
Description and explanation in syntactic maps: Syntactic principles, interface conditions, and markedness
10:15-10:30 Pause

Session 1

Chair: Kwang-sup Kim

10:30-11:15 Masako Maeda, Yoichi Miyamoto
(Kyushu University, Osaka University)
Relativized Minimality and FormCopy in Japanese
11:15-12:00 Tarcisio Dias
(University of Connecticut)
Superraise only if you hyperraise
12:00-13:30 Lunch

Session 2

Chair: Zhuo Chen

13:30-14:15 Andrea Moro
(Scuola Universitaria Superiore IUSS)
Conjunctions and labelling in the left periphery: a surprising contrast
14:15-15:00 Michael Barrie, Dahoon Kim
(Sogang University)
On DP Structure in Eastern Tamang
15:00-15:45 Nobu Goto, Toru Ishii
(Toyo University, Meiji University)
Toward Elaboration of Box System: ATB and Improper Movement
15:45-16:45 Poster

Keynote Session 2

Chair: Haihua Pan

16:45-17:45 Keynote: Hisatsugu Kitahara
(Keio University)
Merge and Minimal Search: A Preliminary Sketch from GK to MC and Beyond




Day 1 (March 6, 2024, UTC+08)

Tamisha Tan
(Harvard University, Nanyang Technological University)
Passive nouns without passive verbs: Voice in Amarasi ma-nominalisations
Manabu Mizuguchi
(Kokugakuin University)
Make Inaccessible
Davide Mocci, Matteo Greco, Andrea Moro
(Scuola Universitaria Superiore IUSS)
Copular sentences as a window into locality
Liching Chiu, Fanghua Hsu
(National Taiwan University)
Blocking Effects and the Pragmatic-Indexing of Logophor「自己」ziji ‘self’
Arka Banerjee, Pritha Chandra
(The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology)
Economy Constraints on Phrasal Causatives
Chenghao Hu, Victor Junnan Pan
(The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
An Agreement Approach to the Peripheral Projection Encoded Finiteness in Mandarin
Yuya Noguchi
(University of Connecticut)
Syntactic aspects of co-occurrence of a wh- and a concealed question in Japanese
Yuxuan (Melody) Wang
(Harvard University)
Number as Feature: evidence from Turkish -(s)I
Feras Saeed
(University of Göttingen)
Internominal adjectives in Arabic
Nick Huang, Zheng Shen
(National University of Singapore)
The role of main verbs in subextraction of wh-phrases from NPs
Miloje Despić
(Cornell University)
Uncovering Hidden Structures in BCMS: The Case of Negative Imperatives
William Johnston
(McGill University)
Diagnosing Prepositions: Decomposing Path in White Hmong



The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Faculty of Arts

Department of Linguistics and Modern Languages

New Asia College