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Sat Apr 17 2010
Confs: Syntax, Phonology, Semantics, General Ling/USA
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Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association
Message 1: Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association
From: Andrei Antonenko <andantgmail.com>
Subject: Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association
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Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association
Short Title: AFLA 17
Date: 07-May-2010 - 09-May-2010
Location: Stony Brook NY, USA
Contact: Yu-an Lu
Contact Email: afla17afla17.org
Meeting URL: http://www.afla17.org
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Phonology; Semantics; Syntax
Stony Brook University
May 7-9 2010
The Department of Linguistics at Stony Brook University, Stony Brook NY, will
host the 17th annual meeting of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association.
The conference dates are May 7-9, 2010.
Friday, May 7th, 2010
Arrival, Registration, Breakfast
Session I Syntax A.
Marshallese Initial Wh-questions: Clefts of Pseudoclefts?, Heather Willson
(Brigham Young University)
Does Tsou Display High-low Applicative Distinction?, Henry Y. Chang (Academia
The Constituency and Command Paradox in Philippine Type Languages, Daniel
Session II Syntax B.
Argument Salience Constrains the Predicates in Tongan Noun Incorporation,
Douglas Ball (Truman State University)
Linking Compounds in Malagasy, Dimitrios Ntelitheos (United Arab Emirates
Sundanese Number Agreement, Lauren Eby (Harvard University)
Session III Syntax C.
Distinguishing Raising and Control in Sundanese, Eri Kurniawan (University of
Iowa, Indonesia University of Education)
Trying to Forget in Madurese, William Davies (University of Iowa)
Alternating Control in Amis, Yi-Ting Chen (Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages)
Invited Talk: Edith Aldridge (University of Washington), ''Predicate, Subject,
and Cleft in Austronesian Languages''
Welcoming Reception: University Café
Saturday, May 8th, 2010
Session IV. Semantics.
'Accidental' ter- in Malay as an Anti-bouletic Modifier, Pasha Siraj (University
of Massachusetts Amherst)
On the Semantics of Future Markers in East Javanese, Jozina Vander Klok (McGill
On Modals in Mayrinax Atayal, Tsai-Li Pei, Chia-Hao Tai & Chun-Ming Wu (National
Tsing Hua University)
Session V. Syntax D.
What Austronesian Tells Us about 'who', Andreea Nicolae & Gregory Scontras
Interrogative Verbs in Kavalan: Implications for Syntactic Categories, Dong-yi
Lin (University of Florida)
Session VI. Syntax E.
Itawes Morphosyntax, Aaron Ecay & Julie Anne Legate (University of Pennsylvania)
On Affected Arguments in Atayal, Sihwei Chen (Academia Sinica)
Session VII. Phonology.
Quality-sensitive Stress and Opacity in Piuma Paiwan, Shih-chi Stella Yeh
(National Tsing Hua University)
Voicing and Vowel Raising in Sundanese, Vladimir Kulikov (University of Iowa)
Learning the Marshallese Phonological System: The Role of Orthography and
Underspecification, Wendy Baker, Heather Willson, Jared August, Carmen Fenn &
Brad Miller (Brighan Young University)
Clitic Reduplicants, Bill Palmer (University of Newcastle)
Invited Talk: Abigail Cohn & Anastasia Riehl (Cornell University) , ''NCs in
Austronesian: Clusters, Prenasalized Stops, or Postploded Nasals?''
Introduction: Marie Huffman, Stony Brook University
Go to dinner
Sunday, May 9th, 2010
Session VIII. Syntax F.
Implicit Arguments in Unaccusative Syntax: Evidence from Palauan, Justin Nuger
(University of California, Santa Cruz)
Not-so-Implicit Agents, Julie Anne Legate (University of Pennsylvania)
Session IX. Syntax G.
On the Presence of Adjectives in Fijian and the Universality of the Category
'adjective', Hazel Pearson (Harvard University)
Long Dependencies and Verbal Object Marking in Fijian and Kiribati, Joachim
Sabel (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt/Main)
Invited Talk: Peter Cole, Gabriella Hermon, & Timothy McKinnon (University of
Delaware), ''Is a Unified Syntactic Analysis Possible for Kerinci Ablaut?''
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