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OSF Prefix: COLLOQUIUM-
OSF Tag: glow43-colloquium


Talks

ProjectTime slots
Luigi Andriani, Roberta D’Alessandro, Alberto Frasson, Brechje van Osch, Luana Sorgini & Silvia Terenghi (UiL-OTS, Utrecht University)
The ranking of internal and external factors in heritage language syntactic change (abstract)
Monica Irimia (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia)
ABA, DOM, and other accusatives
András Bárány (Leiden University)
A typological gap in ditransitive alignment: No secundative case/indirective agreement
(abstract) (project page)
Elsi Kaiser (University of Southern California)
Evaluative and non-evaluative perspective sensitivity:
Experimental investigations of logophoric anaphors and subjective adjectives
(abstract)
Scott Borgeson (Stanford University)
Long-distance compensatory lengthening in Estonian (abstract)
Markus Alexander Pöchtrager (University of Vienna)
Danish, Estonian, English: Variations on a theme (abstract)
Ömer Demirok (Boğaziçi University)
A pied-piping theory of exceptional de re: Scoping after all (abstract)
(project page)
Carlo Geraci (Institut Jean Nicod)
Graft, Remove or Exfoliate? Towards a theory of structure reduction
(project page)
Stefan Keine (University of Southern California) & Hedde Zeijlstra (University of Göttingen)
Morphology of extraction: Reappraising vP phasehood (abstract)
Kajsa Djärv (University of Konstanz)
Factivity & the Syntax of Embedded Context Updates
(project page)
Wenyue Hua, Adam Jardin & Huteng Dai (Rutgers University)
Grammatical Inference on Learning Underlying Representations and a Phonological Grammar (abstract)
Jordan Kodner (University of Pennsylvania)
Language Acquisition Guiding Theory and Diachrony: A Case Study from Latin Morphology (abstract)
Gary Thoms (New York University), David Adger (Queen Mary University of London),
Caroline Heycock (University of Edinburgh), Jennifer Smith (University of Glasgow) & E Jamieson (University of Edinburgh)
Explaining microvariation with the Tolerance Principle (abstract)
Idan Landau (Ben Gurion University)
The Predicative Default of Controlled Adjuncts (abstract)
(project page)
Christine Marquardt (University of Leipzig)
Topic Agreement in Jarawara (abstract)
Maia Duguine (CNRS-IKER)
FOFC as a PF phenomenon: Evidence from Basque clausal embedding (abstract)
Peter Grishin (MIT)
Scrapping clauses with clausal anaphors (abstract)
Itai Bassi & Justin Colley (MIT)
p-word Integrity: a new condition on ellipsis at the syntax-phonology interface (abstract)
Tatiana Bondarenko & Stanislao Zompi’ (MIT)
Leftover Agreement: Spelling out Kartvelian number (abstract)
Tobias Scheer, Alexander Chabot & Mirjam De Jonge (Université Côte d’Azur)
Velar softening is phonological: EEG-based evidence (abstract)

Alternate Talks

Project Time slots
Eva Zimmermann (Leipzig University)
Gradient activity results in gradient markedness: A representational account of phonological exceptions
Astrid van Alem (Leiden University)
Complementizer agreement is clitic doubling: a uniform analysis of intervention effects
İsa Kerem Bayırlı (TOBB University of Economics and Technology)
A new generalization over determiner denotations (project page)

Posters

Project Time slots
Astrid van Alem (Leiden University)
Complementizer agreement is clitic doubling: a uniform analysis of intervention effects (abstract)
İsa Kerem Bayırlı (TOBB University of Economics and Technology)
A new generalization over determiner denotations (abstract)
Tatiana Bondarenko (MIT)
Hyperraising and Logical Form: evidence from Buryat (abstract)
Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin (CNRS-LLF, Université de Paris)
Two types of proportional MOST in non partitives (abstract)
Omer Eren (University of Chicago)
The Interpretation of Weak Explicit Arguments: Evidence from Laz (abstract)
Doreen Georgi and Mary Amaechi (University of Potsdam)
On two types of resumption in Igbo and the nature of islands (abstract)
(project page)
Doreen Georgi & Johannes Hein (University of Potsdam)
On the interaction of extraction and argument marking in Asante Twi (abstract) (project page)
Daniel Gleim (Universität Leipzig)
Theoretical implications of word-final fragile vowels in C’Lela
Paloma Jeretič (NYU)
Strengthening must not but not in anti-actuality entailments
Filipe Hisao Kobayashi & Sherry Yong Chen (MIT)
Quantifying over thematic roles: Mandarin distributive numerals and reciprocals
(abstract)
Ang Li (Rutgers University)
Quantified false-answer sensitivity in embedded questions (abstract)
Cornelia Loos (University of Göttingen), Markus Steinbach (University of Göttingen) & Sophie Repp (University of Cologne)
Responding to positive and negative assertions in German Sign Language (DGS) (abstract)
Travis Major and Harold Torrence (University of California)
“Say”-chains, not “say”-complementation (abstract)
Savio Meyase (University of Leipzig)
A Case of Conspiracy up the Mountains (abstract)
Fereshteh Modarresi & Manfred Krifka (ZAS Berlin)
Pseudo-Incorporation and Anaphora: Arguments for Abstraction and Summation
Andreea Nicolae (ZAS Berlin)
The polarity of additive particles (abstract) (project page)
Radek Šimík (Charles University in Prague)
A compositional semantics for relative pronouns (abstract)
Laura Stigliano & Ming Xiang (University of Chicago)
Island repair by resumption in Spanish: An experimental study
Sahar Taghipour & Arsalan Kahnemuyipour (University of Toronto)
A syntactic repair to a clitic cluster restriction: The case of Laki split agreement
(abstract) (project page)
Tamisha L Tan (Harvard University & Nanyang Technological University)
The Duplicitous Vedic Devata Dvandva: Prosodic Recursion and (Mis)matching
(abstract)
Yuta Tatsumi (University of Connecticut)
Pronominalization in Japanese: A licensing condition on pronominal elements
Gary Thoms (New York University)
Getting out of the way in Icelandic: a sideward movement approach (abstract)
Matthew Tyler (Yale University) & Itamar Kastner (University of Edinburgh)
Serialization and the syntax-prosody interface in Degema serial verb constructions (abstract)
Shumian Ye (Peking University)
From maximality to bias: biased A-­not-­A questions in Mandarin Chinese (abstract)
Eva Zimmermann (Leipzig University)
Gradient activity results in gradient markedness: A representational account of phonological exceptions (abstract)

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