Program

Friday, October 25th

Time Session 1A
Room 76-156
(Koch Institute, Building 76)
Session 1B
Room 32-141
(Stata Center, Building 32)
9:00 am

Ā-movement feeds licensing: A phase-based account

Faruk Akkuş

Same and Different: A Presuppositional Account

Line Mikkelsen & Daniel Hardt 

9:30 am

Pronominal licensing in Mam (Mayan)

Tessa Scott

Ever free-relative clauses and Maximize Presupposition

Maayan Abenina-Adar

10:00 am

Licensing and anaphora in Tenyidie

Andrew Murphy & Savio Meyase

Presupposed free choice and the theory of scalar implicatures

Paul Marty & Jacopo Romoli

10:30 am - 11:00 am Break
11:00 am - 12:00 pm Plenary Address: Kathryn Davidson
Room 76-156
(Koch Institute, Building 76)
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch Break Pop-up mentoring session
Fourth floor of the Stata Center (Building 32)
  Session 2A
Room 76-156
(Koch Institute, Building 76)
Session 2B
Room 32-141
(Stata Center, Building 32)
1:00 pm

How to satisfy probes: person/number hierarchy effects in Äiwoo

Giovanni Roversi

Gradient Feature Activity in Korean Place Assimilation

Rachel Walker

1:30 pm

Interaction, satisfaction, and the PCC

Amy Rose Deal

A unified approach to several learning challenges in phonology

Ezer Rasin, Itamar Shefi & Roni Katzir 

2:00 pm

Adyghe cislocative: Canonical inverse but non-canonical PCC marker

Imke Driemel, Marie-Luise Popp & Ahmet Bilal Özdemir

Stepwise Height Harmony as Partial Transparency

Caitlin Smith

2:30 pm - 4:15 pm Poster Session 1 & Coffee Break
Student Street, 1st Floor of the Stata Center (Building 32)
  Session 3A
Room 32-123
(Stata Center, Building 32)
Session 3B
Room 32-141
(Stata Center, Building 32)
4:15 pm

The Left Edge Ban: a prosodic requirement governing stress patterns and word order

Kenyon Branan

Fixing De Morgan’s law in counterfactual antecedents

Jacopo Romoli, Paolo Santorio & Eva Wittenberg

4:45 pm

Apparent syntax-prosody mismatches as right extraposition: Evidence from Mayan

Justin Royer

Ignorance and anti-negativity in the grammar: [or/some] and modified numerals

Teodora Mihoc

5:15 pm

Floating Conjunctions and the Syntax-Prosody Interface

Phillip Weisser

Children are distributive not conjunctive

Alan Bale, Dimitrios Skordos, Samuel Beech, Elena Pagliarini & David Barner

5:46 pm - 6:00 pm Break
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Plenary Address: Stefan Keine
Room 32-123
(Stata Center, Building 32)

Saturday, October 26th

Time Session 4A
Room 32-155
(Stata Center, Building 32)
Session 4B
Room 32-141
(Stata Center, Building 32)
9:00 am

Strong Case Containment is too strong: two arguments from defaults

Christos Christopoulos & Stanislao Zompì

Rhythmic phrasing of prosodic words: a diachronic perspective from Old English, supported by experimental evidence from German

Tina Bögel

9:30 am

Post-syntactic altruism

Emily Clem, Nicholas Rolle & Virginia Dawson

A Foot-Based Approach to Interactions of Tonal Accent and Consonantal Strength

Björn Köhnlein & Ian S. Cameron

10:00 am

A span is a thing: A span-based theory of words

Peter Svenonius

Lexical accents are underlying foot edges: New evidence from ancient Indo-European languages

Anthony Yates 

10:30 am - 10:45 am Break
  Session 5A
Room 32-
155
(Stata Center, Building 32)
Session 5B
Room 32-141
(Stata Center, Building 32)
10:45 am

Genuine Verb stranding VP-ellipsis in Lithuanian

Eva Portelance

Wh-quantifier float in German diagnoses: Ā-traces and successive cyclicity in vP

Aaron Doliana

11:15 am

Voice and Case properties of Lithuanian Complex Event Nominalizations

Milena Šereikaitė

Split partitivity in Mandarin: A diagnostic for argument-gap dependencies

Fulang Chen

11:45 am - 12:00 pm Break
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Plenary Address: Stephanie Shih
Room 32-123
(Stata Center, Building 32)
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Poster Session 2 & Lunch
Student Street, 1st Floor of the Stata Center (Building 32)
  Session 6A
Room 32-
155
(Stata Center, Building 32)
Session 6B
Room 32-141
(Stata Center, Building 32)
2:30 pm

A Lowering Analysis of Dagur CASE-POSS Order

Mia Gong

The role of time in double NPI constructions with epistemic accessibility relations

Julie Goncharov & Lavi Wolf

3:00 pm

One classy number: Linking morphemes in Dutch and German

Paula Fenger & Gísli Rúnar Harðarson

Temporal reference in the absence of tense in Paraguayan Guaraní

Roumyana Pancheva & Maria Luisa Zubizarreta

3:30 pm

The singulative of abundance: when one means a lot

Maria Kouneli

Talking about sources

Magdalena Kaufmann & Stefan Kaufmann

4:00 pm - 4:15 pm Break
  Session 7A
Room 32-155
(Stata Center, Building 32)
Session 7B
Room 32-141
(Stata Center, Building 32)
4:15 pm

On the topic of subjects: composite Probes in Khanty

Justin Colley & Dmitry Privoznov

Quantification At a Distance and grammatical illusions

Jérémy Pasquereau, Brian Dillon & Lyn Frazier

4:45 pm

It’s all in the probe: Variation in inverse marking and its implications for probe structure

Will Oxford

Learning biases in the relative order of person and number markers

Mora Maldonado, Carmen Saldana & Jennifer Culbertson

5:15 pm

Deriving variation in ergativity across Eskimo-Aleut

Michelle Yuan

The source of nonfinite temporal interpretation

Ellise Moon & Aaron Steven White

5:45 pm - 6:00 pm Break
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Plenary Address: Paul Kiparsky
Room 32-123
(Stata Center, Building 32)
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Dinner

Sunday, October 27th

Time Session 8A
Room 32-155
(Stata Center, Building 32)
Session 8B
Room 32-141
(Stata Center, Building 32)
9:00 am

The nature of overlapping A-bar chains as revealed by parasitic gaps

Colin Davis

Idiomatic adjectives as an argument against HEAD-raising

Andreas Pankau

9:30 am

Getting out of the way in Icelandic: a sideward movement approach

Gary Thoms

Quantified nouns in Tłı̨chǫ Yatıı̀ relative clauses

Shay Hucklebridge

10:00 am

On two types of resumption in Igbo and the nature of islands

Doreen Georgi & Mary Amaechi

The syntax of non-restrictive relative clauses: a Mandarin case

Jing Gao

10:30 am - 10:45 am Break
  Session 9A
Room 32-155
(Stata Center, Building 32)
Session 9B
Room 32-141
(Stata Center, Building 32)
10:45 am

Which-questions, uniqueness, and answerhood: evidence from disjunction

Michaela Socolof, Bernhard Schwarz & Aron Hirsch

ASL IX to locus as a modifier

Dorothy Ahn

11:15 am

Echo wh-questions: A scope analysis

Haoze Li

Sprouting and the structure of "except"-phrases

Richard Stockwell & Deborah Jia Ming Wong

11:45 am - 12:00 pm Break
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Plenary Address: Gillian Ramchand
Room 32-123
(Stata Center, Building 32)
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Business Meeting
Room 32-123

 

Poster Session 1 (Friday, October 25th)

Poster Session 2 (Saturday, October 26th)