ECO-5

@ UMD

Sat February 9 2019

Program

10:00 - 10:30 Breakfast (provided) and registration

  • 10:30 Aaron Doliana (UMD) - Wh-quantifier float in German
  • 11:15 Yuhan Zhang (Harvard) - Online processing of Mandarin Classifier and Noun-Noun Compound

12:00 - 1:30 Lunch (provided)

  • 1:30 Julia Sturm (Harvard) - Phonological change and analogical remodeling in Greek nasal presents
  • 2:15 Suzana Fong (MIT) - CONCORD vs. INDEX number in Wolof bare nominals

3:00 - 3:15 Coffee Break

  • 3:15 Rodrigo Ranero (UMD) - The eventive core is not special in ellipsis
  • 4:00 Deniz Satik (Harvard) - Control is not raising: evidence from overt split control in Ewe


Support

  • We'd like to thank the Language Science Center and their staff for hosting us in their space and helping to put on this event; a special thanks to Shevaun Lewis and Caitlin Eaves for helping with all of the coordination.
  • Another special thanks to Kim Kwok, Director of Administrative Services for the Department of Linguistics, who graciously helped organize the food.
  • Thanks also to the Graduate Student Government. This event is funded in part by your Graduate Student Activities Fee.
  • Finally, thanks to the Department of Linguistics for funding the other part of this event.

Contact people

  • Adam Liter [io at adamliter dot org ]
  • Hisao Kurokami [kurokamihisao at gmail dot com]