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March 2024
GENERATIVE LINGUISTICS IN THE OLD WORLD

IN ASIA XIV

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Program

Day 2 (March 7, 2024, UTC+08)
Venue: LT1A, Cheng Yu Tung Building



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Time Day 2
(March 7, 2024)
 

Keynote Session 3

Chair: Wai-Lan Tang Gladys

9:15-10:15 Keynote: Caterina Donati
(Université Paris Cité)
Minigrammar(s) and cartography: two ways to build a sentence
10:15-10:30 Pause
 

Session 3

Chair: Yoichi Miyamoto

10:30-11:15 Kwang-sup Kim
(Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
Free Relatives and D-movement
11:15-12:00 Zetao Xu, Victor Junnan Pan
(The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Labeling reduced structures in Chinese
12:00-13:30 Lunch
 

Session 4

Chair: Toru Ishii

13:30-14:15 Mia Gong, Miloje Despić
(UC Santa Cruz, Cornell University)
On the Nature of Reflexive Binding in Mongolian: from Nominals to Clauses
14:15-15:00 Dongwoo Park
(Korea National Open University)
Korean Derivational Argument Ellipsis
15:00-15:45 Kensuke Takita
(Doshisha University)
Modal Mismatches under Clausal Argument Ellipsis
15:45-16:45 Poster
 

Keynote Session 4

Chair: Hamida Demirdache

16:45-17:45 Keynote: Rajesh Bhatt
(University of Massachusetts)
A Blocking Effect in Hindi-Urdu

 

 

Poster

Day 2 (March 7, 2024, UTC+08)



Éva Dékány
(HRCL and ELTE)
Locatives as binominals: the view from Ainu
Aliaksei Akimenka
(University of Michigan)
Tough-constructions as complex constituents: no A-bar movement approach
Masao Ochi, Yuta Tatsumi
(Osaka University, Meikai University)
Numeral Classifiers in Japanese and (Anti-)Labeling
Heesun Yang, Bum-Sik Park
(Dongguk University)
The Syntax and Semantics of the High Negation Question in Korean
Maik Thalmann, Andrea Matticchio
(University of Goettingen, UMass Amherst)
No Hard Feelings if Hard Presuppositions Project
Ryoichiro Kobayashi, Daiki Matsumoto, Tomoya Tanabe
(Tokyo University of Agriculture, Kanazawa Seiryo University, Hokkaido University)
Deriving Verb-Echo Answers in Japanese by referencing (immediate) QUD sets
Jarry Chuang
(University of Connecticut)
Right Dislocation in Chinese: Consequence of Topicalization & Comp-to-Spec movement
Katsumasa Ito, Shun Ihara
(Osaka Metropolitan University, Tsuda University)
Toward a new taxonomy of exclamatives: A case study of Japanese exclamatives with nante and doredake
Nozomi Moritake
(Kyushu University, JSPS Research Fellow)
A parametric approach to nominative case assignment in child English
Yohei Takahashi
(Tokyo University of Information Sciences)
A Set-Merge Account on Relative Clause Adjunction
Chaoyi Chen
(Rutgers University)
Null-operator-based free relatives: a case study on Mandarin free relatives
Paolo Lorusso, Linda Badan
(University of Udine, University of Trento)
Strategies of clausal embedding: a crosslinguistic review of causative constructions