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Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar

Table of Contents

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  • Contributions to the Main Conference
    • Alqurashi, Abdulrahman A. (King Abdulaziz University) and Borsley, Robert D. (University of Essex)

      The Comparative Correlative Construction in Modern Standard Arabic

    • Arnold, Doug and Borsley, Robert D. (University of Essex)

      On the Analysis of English Exhaustive Conditionals

    • Chaves, Rui P. (University at Buffalo) and Dery, Jeruen E. (ZAS Berlin)

      Nobody expects tensed subject parasitic gaps

    • Cook, Philippa (Freie Universität Berlin)

      Between complex predicates and regular phrases: German collocational clusters

    • Crysmann, Berthold and Reintges, Chris H. (CNRS, Laboratoire de linguistique formelle)

      The Polyfunctionality of Coptic Egyptian Relative Complementisers

    • Haugereid, Petter (Bergen University College)

      VP idioms in Norwegian: A subconstructional approach

    • Inman, David and Morrison, Ruth (University of Washington)

      Negation in Nanti: Syntactic Evidence for Head and Dependent Negators

    • Ray Jackendoff (Tufts University) and Eva Wittenberg (UCSD)

      What Can You Say Without Syntax? A Hierarchy of Grammatical Complexity

    • Koenig, Jean-Pierre and Michelson, Karin (University at Buffalo)

      Deconstructing SYNtax

    • Lee, Juwon (The University of Texas at Austin)

      Two Types of Serial Verb Constructions in Korean: Subject-Sharing and Index-Sharing

    • Nakazawa, Tsuneko (University of Tokyo)

      The Distribution of Resultatives in Japanese

    • Van Eynde, Frank and Augustinus, Liesbeth (University of Leuven)

      Complement Raising, Extraction and Adpostion Stranding in Dutch

    • Zamaraeva, Olga and Bender, Emily M. (University of Washington)

      Focus Case Outside of Austronesian: An Analysis of Kolyma Yukaghir

  • Contributions to the Workshop
    • Broadwell, George Aaron (University at Albany, State University of New York)

      Language description and the lexicon: Verbs of wearing in two Oaxacan languages

    • Faghiri, Pegah, Samvelian, Pollet (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle) and Hemforth, Barbara (CNRS/Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle (LLF))

      Accessibility and Word Order: The Case of Ditransitive Constructions in Persian

    • Kalinowski, Cristin and Good, Jeff (University at Buffalo)

      Focus as a grammatical relation: Evidence from Africa

    • Hahn, Michael (University of Tübingen)

      Predication and NP Structure in an Omnipredicative Language: The Case of Khoekhoe

    • Hassamal, Shrita (LLF, CNRS, Université Paris Diderot) and Abeillé, Anne. (IUF, LLF, CNRS, Université Paris Diderot)

      Degree adverbs in Mauritian

    • Lin, Dong-yi (Ghent University)

      Obligatory Control and Event Structure in Kavalan

    • Matić, Dejan (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen) and Nikolaeva, Irina (SOAS, University of London)

      Focus feature percolation: Evidence from Tundra Nenets and Tundra Yukaghir

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