Program - IGG41 - Unistrapg - Università per Stranieri di Perugia

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Program - IGG41 - Unistrapg - Università per Stranieri di Perugia
41st Incontro di Grammatica Generativa
Università per Stranieri di Perugia
February 26 – 28, 2015
Aula XI
THURSDAY 26
10.30 – 11.00
11.00 – 11.10
11.10 – 12.10
12.10 – 12.50
12.50 – 13.30
13.30 – 14.30
14.30 – 15.10
15.10 – 15.50
15.50 – 16.30
16.30 – 17.10
17.10 – 17.30
17.30 – 18.10
18.10 – 18.50
18.50 – 19.30
Registration
Welcome
Invited speaker Hagit Borer (QMU London) The Domain of Content
Ur Shlonsky (Geneva) Two notes on ne-cliticization
Luca Cilibrasi, Vesna Stojanovic and Patricia Riddell (Reading) Morpheme
stripping in the lexicon and in the sublexicon
LUNCH
Poster session 1
Sacha Alexeyenko (Osnabrück) Adjectival Manner Modification: The Source of
the Modified Event
Valentina Aristodemo and Carlo Geraci (Institut Jean Nicod, Paris) Comparatives
and visible degree scales in Italian Sign Language
Carmen Dobrovie- Sorin and Ion Giurgea (LLF / CNRS, Bucharest) Quantity
Superlatives vs. proportional quantifiers: a comparative perspective
COFFEE BREAK
Stefano Rastelli (Greenwich) Actional shift across aspectual morphology in L2
Italian: an event phase- sentence matching study.
Francesca Foppolo (Milano Bicocca) The bilingual advantage revealed in
monolinguals that are early exposed to L2.
Paolo Lorusso (Firenze) Auxiliaries and Verb Classes: A longitudinal analysis of
the Auxiliary Split in L1 Italian.
FRIDAY 27
09.00 – 10.00
10.00 – 10.40
10.40 – 11.20
11.20 – 11.40
11.40 – 12.20
12.20 – 13.00
13.00 – 14.00
14.00 – 14.40
Invited speaker Anna Cardinaletti (Venezia) Some new observations on the
cartography of topic and focus
Frédérique Berthelot (Geneva) The Subject Condition: Escaping it the French
way
Nicola Munaro (Venezia) Complementizer Doubling and clausal topics in (early)
Italo- Romance
COFFEE BREAK
Theresa Biberauer and Ian Roberts (Cambridge) Movement without diacritics:
getting maximal use of minimal means
SandraVillata and Julie Frank (Geneva) Processing and Grammar constraints in
Extraction from Weak Island
LUNCH
Poster session 2
14.40 – 15.20
15.20 – 16.00
16.00 – 16.40
16.40 – 17.00
17.00 – 17.40
Maria Scappini, Francesco Vespignani1 and Denis Delfitto (Verona, Trento1) On
the non-incremental processing of negation: A pragmatically licensed sentenceverification study with Italian adults
Chiara Gianollo (Köln) The syntax of Latin Negation
Sam Wolfe (Cambridge) A new perspective on the nature of V2 and the evolution
of Romance clausal structure
COFFEE BREAK
18.20 – 19.00
19.00
Emanuela Sanfelici, Alexander Thiel, Corinna Trabandt and Petra Schulz (Goethe
Universität Frankfurt am Main) The Janus face of German “V2 relative clauses”:
insights from acquisition
Nicholas Catasso and Roland Hinterhölzl (LMU Munich, Venezia) On the proper
analysis of V2 relatives in German: Evidence from the distinction SubjunctiveIndicative in Italian
Guillaume Enguehard (Paris 7) Segmental representation of Livonian stød
Premio Marica DeVincenzi/ Business Meeting
20.30
Social dinner
17.40 – 18.20
SATURDAY 28
09.00 – 9.40
09.40 – 10.20
10.20 – 11.00
11.00 – 11.20
11.20 – 12.00
12.00 – 12.40
12.40 – 13.40
13.40 – 13.50
Andrew Nevins and Neil Myler (UCL, Boston University) Inalienable
Possession and the Morphosyntax of ‘Brown-Eyed’
Maya Duguine (Basque Country UPV/EHU) Chain Formation and Parasitic
Gaps
Ion Giurgea (Bucharest) Locative PPs inside and outside DPs. The view from
Romanian
COFFEE BREAK
Ian Roberts (Cambridge) On the interpretation of Certain Arbitrary Elements
Eric Lander and Liliane Haegeman (Ghent) The nanosyntax of Spatial Deixis
Invited Speaker Richard Kayne (New York University) Deletion and Movement
Farewell
Alternates:
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Raffaella Zanuttini (Yale). Ecco un enigma: The structure of presentatives.
Lena Karssenberg and Karen Lahousse (KU Leuven). Two types of clefts in French: information
structure, existential presupposition and syntax.
Poster Session 1 (Thursday 26, 14.30)
Nikos Angelopoulos and Dimitris Michelioudakis (UCLA, York) PP licensing and Compounding:
Evidence for Prepositions as Probes
Leah S Bauke (Bielefeld/ Wuppertal) How to interpret roots and larger pieces of structure - a
phase-theoretic perspective
Giulia Bellucci (Firenze) The Romance Causee as an oblique subject
Adina Camelia Bleotu (Venezia) A Spanning Account of Denominals in English and Romanian
Martina Caccia (IUSS Pavia) Comparing different aspects of morphosyntactic abilities in a group
of children with developmental dyslexia.
Marta Castella (Utrecht) Bare Predicates and Extrinsic Properties
Jaehoon Choi (Ghent) Jussive particles in Korean and the pragmatics-syntax interface
Jovana Gajic (Göttingen) Serbo-Croatian n-words and their scope
Simone Gastaldon, Chiara Zanini, Giorgio Arcara, Francesca Peressotti and Francesca Franzon
(Padova) Referential Numerosity and Morphosyntactic Number Agreement: A Psycholinguistic
Study on Italian qualche/alcuni
Georg Höhn, Giuseppina Silvestri and Maria Olimpia Squillaci (Cambridge) Unagreement between
Italian and Southern Italian dialects
Shenai Hu1, Carlo Cecchetto and Maria Teresa Guasti (Verona1, Milano Bicocca) Production of
head-final relative clauses: new data from Wenzhounese
Yuhi Inoue (UCLA) Genitive Objects in Kansai Japanese
Dalina Kallulli (Vienna) From QPs to non-novel indefinites to person agreement to topic agreement
Frances Kane, Raffaella Folli and Christina Sevdali (Ulster) Irish genitive possessors- The ‘pseudoconstruct state’
Maria-Margarita Makri (York) What 'not' might mean: Expletive Negation in attitude contexts.
Alessia Serafini, Francesca Franzon, Giorgio Arcara, Davide Bertocci and Chiara Zanini (Padova)
Wouldn’t you agree with a bunch of lemons? A self-paced reading test on Agreement in
quantification expressions.
Sandra Villata, Luigi Rizzi and Julie Franck (Geneva) Intervention effects in wh-islands and non-islands:
Experimental evidence
Roberto Zamparelli and Michelangelo Falco (Trento) Licensing ellipsis in DP: the role of NP raising
Poster Session 2 (Friday 27, 14.00)
Nicoletta Biondo (Trento) How the movement of temporal adverbs can affect tense processing.
Ana Calindro (São Paulo, Cambridge) Ditransitive sentences in Brazilian Portuguese: from a VP
shell to a pP shell
Janayna Carvalho (Stüttgart) A recipe on how to save a derivation: The Locative Impersonal in
Brazilian Portugues
Pamela Franciotti (Siena) The acquisition of passive in L2 Italian: evidence from comprehension
and production
Irene Franco (Leiden) Stylistic Fronting: a phase-based analysis
Pavel Grashchenkov and Ekaterina Lyutikova (Moscow) Featural Composition of Voice
Matteo Paolo Greco and Andrea Moro (IUSS Pavia) Surprise Negation and Ethical Dative
Cristina Guardiano and Melita Stavrou (Modena-Reggio Emilia, Thessaloniki) Adjective-Noun
combinations in the Greek of Italy. Polydefiniteness revisited
Dara Jokilehto (Geneva) Roman Reduplication
Margherita Pallottino (Geneva) Habitual sentences and Direct Objects in Italian.
Francesca Panzeri and Francesca Foppolo (Milano Bicocca) Not only task matters, position also
Cecilia Poletto and Esther Rinke (Frankfurt) RestrP left periphery: a case study on the distribution
of restrictive relatives
Aurélia Robert-Tissot (Zurich) Topic drop in French text messages
Farhad Sadri Mirdamadi, Julie Franck and Ur Shlonsky (Geneva). The Persian Object Marker –ra
and its effect on wh-object fronting
Michelle Sheehan and Sonia Cyrino (Cambridge, Campinas)Variation and change in the Romance
faire-infinitif
Marcelo Amorim Sibaldo (Pernambuco) The structure of an exclamative construction in Brazilian
Portuguese
Petra Sleeman and Tabea Ihsane (Amsterdam, Geneva) Gender mismatches in partitive
constructions, phases and locality

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