Updated July 21, 2013.

See also the list of poster presentations.

Friday, October 11

MIT Building 46, room 46-3002

10:00 Breakfast and registration
10:40 Opening remarks
11:00 Junko Shimoyama (invited talk): An apparent vehicle change phenomenon in the absence of ellipsis
12:00 Lunch
1:15 Arum Kang: A novel wh-indeterminate in Korean: wh-inka as a marker of referential vagueness
1:45 Lan Kim: Suffer as not-at-issue meaning: evidence from affected experiencer constructions in Korean
2:15 Kyumin Kim: Idioms in Korean and Japanese: phase-based account
2:45 Poster session 1 + coffee and snack
4:15 Aaron Albin: Ubiquitous variability in the phonological form of loanwords: Tracing early borrowings into Japanese over five centuries of contact
4:45 Hyunah Ahn: The accessibility and the form of a referent in discourse: The case of L2 and Heritage Korean
5:15 Break
5:30 James Yoon (invited talk): Implications of Constraints on Null Constituents for Analyses of the Right Dislocation

Saturday, October 12

MIT Stata Center, room 32-141

9:15 Breakfast
9:45 Yoonjung Kang (invited talk): A corpus-based study of positional variation in Seoul Korean vowels
10:45 Break
11:00 Fumihito Arai, Toshio Hidaka: A Formal Analysis of Japanese V-yuku and its Grammaticalization
11:30 Christopher Davis, Tyler Lau: Phonological Reduction and the (Re-)Emergence of Attributive Forms in Ryukyuan
12:00 Alexander Ratte: Towards a stronger theory of proto-Korean-Japanese: new comparisons and reconstructions
12:30 Lunch
1:45 Satoshi Ito, David Y. Oshima: On two varieties of negative polar interrogatives in Japanese
2:15 Toshiko Oda: E-type anaphora of degree in izyooni(than)-comparatives
2:45 Kiyomi Kusumoto: On the stativity of the fourth-class verbs and their cousins in Japanese
3:15 Poster session 2 + coffee and snack
4:45 Tae-jin Yoon: A Corpus-based Study on the Layered Duration in Standard Korean
5:15 Jimin Kahng, Karthik Durvasula: Allophony Modulates Perceptual Epenthesis
5:45 Jennifer Smith: Wh prosody is not focus prosody in Fukuoka Japanese
6:15 Break
6:30 Reception

Sunday, October 13

MIT Stata Center, room 32-141

9:30 Breakfast
10:00 Hideki Kishimoto (invited talk): Another look at NPIs in Japanese
11:00 Break
11:15 Hideharu Tanaka: The Derivation of Soo-su: Some Implications for the Architecture of Japanese VP
11:45 Masako Maeda, Daiko Takahashi: NP-Ellipsis in the Nagasaki Dialect of Japanese
12:15 Lunch
1:30 Chung-hye Han, Dennis Storoshenko, Betty Leung, Kyeong-min Kim: Subject and predicate effects on long distance anaphor Caki in Korean
2:00 Hideki Maki, Megumi Hasebe, Lina Bao, Michael Sevier, Ling-Yun Fan, Shogo Tokugawa: Why Japanese and Korean Differ in the Behavior of Genitive Subject
2:30 Boyoung Kim, Grant Goodall: An Experimental Investigation of Island Effects in Korean
3:00 Closing remarks

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