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Proceedings of the Joint 2016 Conference on Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar and Lexical Functional Grammar

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  • Contributions to the Main Conference
    • Arad Greshler, Tali, Herzig Sheinfux, Livnat (University of Haifa), Melnik, Nurit (The Open University of Israel) and Wintner, Shuly (University of Haifa)

      Reference patterns in subjunctive complement clauses of Modern Standard Arabic

    • Arka, I Wayan (Australian National University / Udayana University)

      Externally and internally headed relative clauses in Marori

    • Arnold, Doug (University of Essex) and Lucas, Christopher (SOAS, University of London)

      One of Those Constructions that Really Needs a Proper Analysis

    • Augustinus, Liesbeth (KU Leuven)

      Word order variation in Dutch and German verb clusters

    • Beermann, Dorothee and Hellan, Lars (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway)

      Switched control and other 'uncontrolled' cases of obligatory control

    • Belyaev, Oleg (Lomonosov Moscow State University and Institute of Linguistics RAS)

      Ergative gender agreement in Dargwa ``backward control'' or feature sharing?

    • Bögel, Tina (University of Konstanz)

      The Swabian first person singular pronoun at the syntax-prosody interface

    • Bonami, Olivier (Université Paris Diderot), Borsley, Robert D. (University of Essex) and Tallerman, Maggie (Newcastle University)

      On pseudo-non-finite clauses in Welsh

    • Börjars, Kersti, Ghadgoud, Khawla and Payne, John (The University of Manchester)

      Aspectual object marking in Libyan Arabic

    • Börjars, Kersti and Payne, John (University of Manchester)

      Adjectival definiteness marking and noun-phrase internal functions

    • Butt, Miriam, Sulger, Sebastian (University of Konstanz), Rahman, Mutee U (Isra University) and Ahmed, Tafseer (DHA Suffa University)

      Adverb agreement in Urdu, Sindhi and Punjabi

    • Ćavar, Damir, Moe, Lwin, Hu, Hai and Steimel, Kenneth (Indiana University)

      Preliminary results from the Free Linguistic Environment project

    • Chiruzzo, Luis and Wonsever, Dina (Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay)

      Transforming the AnCora corpus to HPSG

    • Clément, Lionel and Diao, Sekou (University of Bordeaux)

      For a unified treatment of particle verbs

    • Crysmann, Berthold (Laboratoire de linguistique formelle, CNRS and U Paris-Diderot)

      An underspecification approach to Hausa resumption

    • Duncan, Lachlan

      On the perfect tense-aspect in K'ichee'an Mayan: An LFG approach

    • Faghiri, Pegah and Samvelian, Pollet (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3)

      How much structure is needed: The case of the Persian VP

    • Findlay, Jamie Y. (University of Oxford)

      The prepositional passive in Lexical Functional Grammar

    • Fiotaki, Alexandra (University of Ioannina) and Tzortzi, Katerina (University of Crete)

      Exhaustive object control constructions in Greek: an LFG/XLE treatment

    • Goldstein, David M. (University of California, Los Angeles) and Haug, Dag T. T. (University of Oslo)

      Second-position clitics and the syntax-phonology interface: The case of ancient Greek

    • Hahm, Hyun Jong (University of Guam)

      Politeness and number in Chuukese

    • Jones, Stephen (University of Oxford)

      The syntax-prosody interface in Korean: resolving ambiguity in questions

    • Kibort, Anna (University of Oxford)

      The argument structure of causatives

    • King, Tracy Holloway (A9 Amazon)

      Theoretical linguistics and grammar engineering as mutually constraining disciplines

    • Laczkó, Tibor (University of Debrecen)

      Fully syntactic, fully lexical, or in-between? Remarks on the architectures of generative grammars

    • Lahm, David (University of Frankfurt)

      Refining the semantics of lexical rules in HPSG

    • Lødrup, Helge (University of Oslo)

      Verbal present participles in Norwegian: Controlled complements or parts of complex predicates

    • Lowe, John (University of Oxford)

      Participles, gerunds and syntactic categories

    • Maekawa, Takafumi (Ryukoku University)

      Seminumerals, determiners and nouns in English

    • Moeljadi, David (Nanyang Technological University), Bond, Francis (Nanyang Technological University) and Morgado da Costa, Luís (Nanyang Technological University)

      Basic copula clauses in Indonesian

    • Müller, Stefan (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin)

      Flexible phrasal constructions, constituent structure and (cross-linguistic) generalizations: A discussion of template-based phrasal LFG approaches

    • Otoguro, Ryo (Waseda University) and Snijders, Liselotte (Waseda University)

      Syntactic, semantic and information structures of floating quantifiers

    • Pankau, Andreas (Freie Universität Berlin)

      Quirky subjects in Icelandic, Faroese, and German: A Relational Grammar account

    • Patejuk, Agnieszka (Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences)

      Integrating a rich external valency dictionary with an implemented XLE/LFG grammar

    • Patejuk, Agnieszka (Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences) and Przepiórkowski, Adam (Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences and Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw)

      Reducing grammatical functions in LFG

    • Przepiórkowski, Adam (Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences and Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw)

      How not to distinguish arguments from adjuncts in LFG

    • Ramhöj, Rickard (University of Gothenburg)

      On the argument structure of raising-to-subject with passive predicates in Swedish

    • Richter, Frank (Goethe Universität Frankfurt a.M.)

      Categorematic unreducible polyadic quantifiers in Lexical Resource Semantics

    • Ritchie, Sandy (SOAS)

      Two cases of prominent internal possessor constructions

    • Sailer, Manfred and Am-David, Assif (Goethe University Frankfurt a. M.)

      Definite meaning and definite marking

    • Shiraïshi, Aoi (LLF, University Paris Diderot) and Abeillé, Anne (LLF, University Paris Diderot and IUF)

      Peripheral ellipsis and verb mismatch

    • Van Eynde, Frank (University of Leuven)

      How regular a pattern in these labyrinths of constructions!

    • Vincent, Nigel and Börjars, Kersti (University of Manchester)

      Heads and history

    • Yatabe, Shûichi (University of Tokyo)

      Medial left-node raising in Japanese

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