Structure and Evidence in Linguistics

Cordura Hall, Stanford University

Monday, April 29, 2013

Session 3

(chair Paul Kay)

(Antecedent Contained) Deletion and Logical Form: 37 years later

P. Jacobson (Brown University)


Sluicing in Korean

J. Kim and P. Sells (Kyung Hee University, Seoul, and The University of York)


Session 4

(chair Ev Fedorenko)

Unexpectedly acceptable

P. Miller (Université Paris Diderot)


Rethinking deep and surface: anaphoric processes in dialogue

J. Ginzburg (Université Paris Diderot)


Beneficial and (dis)preferred: Why do we omit prepositions from ellipsis remnants?

J. Nykiel (U. of Silesia and the U. of Chicago)


Session 5

(chair Chris Manning)

The internal structure of coordinate phrases: the nature of the coordination of likes and of preferences in conjunct ordering

R. Levy (U. of California, San Diego)


Symmetrical objects and the architecture of HPSG: Evidence from Moro

F. Ackerman, R. Malouf and J. Moore (U. of California, San Diego, San Diego State University, and U. of California, San Diego)


Day 1 Day 3 Program (.pdf)