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Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 – Room 0105
8.00-9.00   Registration and coffee
9.00-9.15   Welcome
9.15-10.15   Elena Guerzoni (University of Southern California) and Yael Sharvit (UCLA)
NPIs in Questions, Disjunction and Ellipsis
10.15-11.15   Aida Talić (University of Connecticut)
Upward P-cliticization, accent shift, and extraction out of PP
11.15-11.30   Coffee Break
11.30-12.15   POSTER SESSION 1
Tomoko Ishizuka (Tama University) and Hilda Koopman (UCLA)
On the importance of being silent or pronounced; English -able and Japanese -rare potentials compared

Tue Trinh (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) and Andreas Haida (Humboldt University of Berlin)
Building Alternatives

Enrico Boone and Anikó Lipták (Leiden University)
Extraction with deep anaphora: The role of VP external orphans

Richard Compton (McGill University)
An argument for genuine object phi-agreement in Inuit: Evidence from mood variance

Niina Ning Zhang (National Chung Cheng University)
Degree Words: Modifiers or Functional Head Elements?

Ethan Poole (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
A configurational account of Finnish case

    Dennis Ott (Humboldt University of Berlin) (alternate)
Ellipsis in Appositives and the Syntax of Parenthesis
12.15-13.45   Lunch
13.45-14.45   Željko Bošković (University of Connecticut)
From the Complex NP Constraint to Everything
14.45-15.45   Hans van de Koot (UCL), Renita Silva (UCL), Claudia Felser (University of Potsdam) and Mikako Sato (UCL)
Dutch A-Scrambling Is Not Movement: Evidence from Antecedent Priming
15.45-16.00   Coffee Break
16.00-17.00   Coppe van Urk (MIT)
On the relation of C and T, A’-movement, and “marked nominative” in Dinka
17.00-18.00   Isabelle Charnavel (Harvard University) and Victoria Mateu (UCLA)
Antilogophoricity in Clitic Clusters
18.00-18.15   Coffee Break
18.15-19.15   Haoze Li (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) and Jess Law (Rutgers University)
Focus intervention effects and the quantificational domain of focus operators
19.15   Reception (Room 1119)
Thursday, April 3d, 2014 – Room 0105
9.15-10.15   Tue Trinh (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
On the Evidence Condition of Yes/No Questions in English
10.15-11.15   Martina Wiltschko (UBC) and Elizabeth Ritter (Ben Gurion University)
Animating the Narrow Syntax
11.15-11.30   Coffee Break
11.30-12.15   POSTER SESSION 2
Víctor Acedo-Matellán (Universidade do Minho)
A syntax for atransitivity

Ekaterina Chernova (Universitat de Girona)
What moves where in echo wh-questions?

Raphael Girard (UBC)
Voicing contrasts in Shona: towards an account of consonant mutations

Laura Grestenberger (Harvard University)
Localizing Voice in bivalent voice systems: passive and middle in Sanskrit and Greek

Anne Breitbarth (Ghent University)
Exceptive negation in historical Low German

Yimei Xiang (Harvard University)
Focus structure and NPI-licensing

Patricia Schneider-Zioga (California State University, Fullerton)
Linkers in Kinande: On the Labeling of Symmetric Projections

Sandhya Sundaresan (University of Leipzig) and Thomas McFadden (ZAS Berlin)
In support of an articulated event-layer

12.15-13.45   Lunch
13.45-14.45   Arantzazu Elordieta (University of the Basque Country) and Bill Haddican (Queens College-CUNY)
Truncation feeds intervention: Two clause type effects in Basque
14.45-15.45   Eric Lander (Ghent University)
Intraparadigmatic cyclic and roll-up derivations in the Old Norse reinforced demonstrative
15.45-16.00   Coffee Break
16.00-17.00   Maria Polinsky, Gregory Scontras and Zuzanna Fuchs (Harvard University)
The Differential Representation of Number and Gender in Spanish
17.00-18.00   Bill Haddican (Queens College-CUNY), Anders Holmberg (Newcastle University) and Nanna Haug Hilton (University of Groningen)
Stay in shape!
18.00-19.00   GLOW Business Meeting
19.30   Conference Dinner, La Manufacture
Friday, April 4th, 2014 – Room 0105
9.15-10.15   Yangsook Park (UMass Amherst)
Indexicals and the long-distance reflexive caki in Korean
10.15-11.15   Yohei Oseki (NYU)
Bare Adjunction as “Two-Peaked” Structure
11.15-11.30   Coffee Break
11.30-12.30   Ewan Dunbar (Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique ENS / EHESS / CNRS)
Cyclic opacity facilitates phonological interpretation
12.30-14.00   Lunch
14.00-15.00   Thomas McFadden (ZAS Berlin)
Why nominative is special: stem-allomorphy and case structures
15.00-16.00   Doreen Georgi (University of Leipzig)
Opaque reflexes of cyclic movement: Ordering final vs. intermediate steps
16.00-16.15   Coffee Break
16.15-17.15   Jutta Hartmann (Tübingen University) and Caroline Heycock (Edinburgh University)
Agreement in Copula Clauses: Evidence for a dual mechanism of Agreement
17.15-18.15   Karen Lahousse (KU Leuven)
Low sentence structure in French
Alternate 1   Dennis Ott (Humboldt University of Berlin)
Ellipsis in Appositives and the Syntax of Parenthesis
Alternate 2   Halldór Sigurðsson (Lund University)
Gender & PRO