Main session day 2

Thursday, April 13 [Vienna]

You can download the full program HERE

All slides and posters can be found HERE

Chair: Jutta Hartmann

Zheng Shen (National University of Singapore)
Nick Huang (National University of Singapore)
The definiteness effect in wh-fronting and wh-in situ languages

Katie McCann (University of Leipzig)
Phonological exceptions are morphotactic exceptions given phonological underspecification
Chair: Magdalena Lohninger

Mike Berger (University of Leipzig)
Towards a typology of transitivity matching
Chair: Gillian Ramchand

David Adger (Queen Mary University of London)
Mereological syntax

Marcin Wągiel (University of Wrocław & Masaryk University of Brno)
Event-external/internal quantification: a mereotopological account
[list of posters below]
Chair: Daniel Büring

Idan Landau (Ben Gurion University)
Force mismatch in clausal ellipsis
musical interlude

Poster Session

Akshay Aitha (University of Chicago)
A recipe for readjustment – the view from Telugu
Gary Thoms (New York University)
Getting out of the way in Icelandic (and beyond): a sideward movement approach
Danfeng Wu (University of Oxford)
Allomorphy of ‘one’ and ‘two’ in Mandarin Chinese
Adina Camelia Bleotu (University of Bucharest)
A meaning-first approach to denominal verbs in child language: compression is hard
Tue Trinh (Leibniz Centre for General Linguistics)
A constraint on performative prefixes
Ryan Walter Smith (University of Manchester)
Andrew Koontz-Garboden (University of Manchester)
Jens Hopperdietzel (University of Manchester)
From state to change of state by type-shift
Coppe van Urk (Queen Mary University of London)
A morphophonological conspiracy in Tigrinya
Jonathan Bobaljik (Harvard University)
Redundant coding is not a good account of OV/VO alternations in Itelmen
Marcel den Dikken (Eötvös Loránd University & Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics)
Yue Xing (Eötvös Loránd University & Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics)
When Simpson’s law, themehood, and causation meet: the case of Mandarin resultatives
Zhuosi Luo (Georgetown University)
Taxonomy of implicit causees in Teochew causatives
Sander Nederveen (University of British Columbia)
Ā-driven anti-agreement in Dutch inflectional morphology
Colin Davis (University of Konstanz)
David Diem (University of Konstanz)
Doubling by movement within and from PP in Alemannic German
Johannes Rothert (University of Potsdam)
An investigation of the case matching requirement in Polish ATB movement and RNR
Johannes Hein (Humboldt University of Berlin)
Imke Driemel (Humboldt University of Berlin)
Fabienne Martin (Humboldt University of Berlin)
Yining Nie (San José State University)
Artemis Alexiadou (Leibniz Centre for General Linguistics)
Errors of redundancy in child English and beyond
Joseph Class (University of California Los Angeles)
Reanalyzing agreement and incorporation restrictions in Southern Tiwa: interaction/satisfaction meets gluttony
David Blunier (University of Geneva)
Evgeniia Khristoforova (University of Amsterdam)
Indexicals under role shift in Sign Language of the Netherlands: experimental insights
Angelica Hill (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)
What about about to? A proposal for proximate future reference
Penelope Daniel (University of Connecticut)
A unified analysis of differential argument marking