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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

Huskies at J/K 2016

Published on October, 9 2016 at 6:14pm

There will be 8 presentations by Husky linguists at the 24th Japanese/Korean Linguistics conference at the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL) in Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan, October 14-16.

Magdalena Kaufmann will be giving an invited keynote talk entitled "What "may" and "must" may be in Japanese"

Yoshiki Fujiwara will present a talk entitled "The acquisition of V-stranding VP-ellipsis in Japanese.”

Yuta Tatsumi will present a poster entitled "Reciprocal nouns in Japanese."

Hiroaki Saito will present a poster entitled "Imperative and tense and in Japanese."

Magdalena Kaufmann and Stefan Kaufmann (with Lukas Rieser, Yu Izumi, and Muyi Yang) will present a poster entitled "What -tai teaches us about wanting."

Jon Sprouse (with Shin Fukuda and Hajime Ono) will present a poster entitled "Experimental syntax and unaccusativity in Japanese: A first-look at the role of lexical semantics"

Toshiko Oda (UConn 2008) will present a poster entitled "Compositional analysis of Japanese ayauku/ayaui 'almost'" 

Yusuke Yoda (former visiting scholar) will present a poster entitled "Morphological telescope: The condition of allomorphy and allosemy." 

And Jun Abe (UConn 1993) will host a satellite workshop on “Addressing Classic Issues on Movement and Its Locality in Japanese and Korean under the Current Minimalist Framework”