Day 1

  1. Elena Guerzoni (University of Southern California) and Yael Sharvit (UCLA)
    NPIs in Questions, Disjunction and Ellipsis
  2. Aida Talić (University of Connecticut)
    Upward P-cliticization, accent shift, and extraction out of PP
  3. Željko Bošković (University of Connecticut)
    From the Complex NP Constraint to Everything
  4. 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
  5. Coppe van Urk (MIT)
    On the relation of C and T, A’-movement, and “marked nominative” in Dinka
  6. Isabelle Charnavel (Harvard University) and Victoria Mateu (UCLA)
    Antilogophoricity in Clitic Clusters
  7. Haoze Li (The Chinese University of Hong Kong) and Jess Law (Rutgers University)
    Focus intervention effects and the quantificational domain of focus operators

Day 2

  1. Tue Trinh (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
    On the Evidence Condition of Yes/No Questions in English
  2. Martina Wiltschko (UBC) and Elizabeth Ritter (Ben Gurion University)
    Animating the Narrow Syntax
  3. Arantzazu Elordieta (University of the Basque Country) and Bill Haddican (Queens College-CUNY)
    Truncation feeds intervention: Two clause type effects in Basque
  4. Eric Lander (Ghent University)
    Intraparadigmatic cyclic and roll-up derivations in the Old Norse reinforced demonstrative
  5. Maria Polinsky, Gregory Scontras and Zuzanna Fuchs (Harvard University)
    The Differential Representation of Number and Gender in Spanish
  6. Bill Haddican (Queens College-CUNY), Anders Holmberg (Newcastle University) and Nanna Haug Hilton (University of Groningen)
    Stay in shape!

Day 3

  1. Yangsook Park (UMass Amherst)
    Indexicals and the long-distance reflexive caki in Korean
  2. Yohei Oseki (NYU)
    Bare Adjunction as “Two-Peaked” Structure
  3. Ewan Dunbar (Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique ENS / EHESS / CNRS)
    Cyclic opacity facilitates phonological interpretation
  4. Thomas McFadden (ZAS Berlin)
    Why nominative is special: stem-allomorphy and case structures
  5. Doreen Georgi (University of Leipzig)
    Opaque reflexes of cyclic movement: Ordering final vs. intermediate steps
  6. Karen Lahousse (KU Leuven)
    Low sentence structure in French