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Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar

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  • Contributions to the Main Conference
    • Aguila-Multner, Gabriel and Crysmann, Berthold (Université de Paris, Laboratoire de linguistique formelle, CNRS)

      An inside-out approach to French causatives

    • Augustinus, Liesbeth (University of Leuven)

      A head-supplement analysis of Dutch quotative van

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

      On a family of Welsh constructions

    • Bouma, Gosse (University of Groningen)

      Enhanced Universal Dependencies and its relationship to HPSG

    • Chaves, Rui P. (University at Buffalo, SUNY), Kay, Paul (University of California, Berkeley) and Michaelis, Laura A. (University of Colorado at Boulder)

      Unrealized arguments in SBCG

    • Gyorfi, David (University of Surrey)

      Challenges in Kazakh Auxiliary Selection

    • Haugereid, Petter (Western Norway University of Applied Sciences)

      An incremental approach to verb clusters in German

    • Koenig, Jean-Pierre and Michelson, Karin (Department of Linguistics and Center for Cognitive Science, University at Buffalo)

      What does being a noun or a verb mean?

    • Richter, Frank (Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main)

      Recursive adjectival modification in CLLRS

    • Sailer, Manfred (Goethe-University Frankfurt a.M.) and Dörner, Annika (University of Erfurt)

      A Smurf-based Approach to Placeholder Expressions

    • Van Eynde, Frank (University of Leuven) and Kim, Jong-Bok (Kyung Hee University)

      Pseudo-partitives in English

    • Webelhuth, Gert (Goethe University Frankfurt)

      On c-command constraints in German: A corpus-based investigation

    • Yatabe, Shûichi (University of Tokyo)

      The internal readings of symmetrical adjectives and adverbials

    • Zamaraeva, Olga (University of Washington) and Emerson, Guy (University of Cambridge)

      Multiple Question Fronting without Relational Constraints: An Analysis of Russian as a Basis for Cross-Linguistic Modeling

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