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Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar

Table of Contents

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  • Contributions to the Main Conference
    • Ackerman, Farrell (University of California, San Diego), Malouf, Robert (San Diego State University) and Moore, John (University of California, San Diego)

      Symmetric objects in Moro

    • Alotaibi, Mansour (University of Essex, Salman bin Abdulaziz University) and Borsley, Robert D. (University of Essex)

      Gaps and Resumptive Pronouns in Modern Standard Arabic

    • Bonami, Olivier (Université Paris-Sorbonne, Institut universitaire de France, LLF (UMR 7110)) and Crysmann, Berthold (CNRS, LLF (UMR 7110))

      Morphotactics in an Information-Based Model of Realisational Morphology

    • Hahn, Michael (University of Tübingen)

      Word Order Variation in Khoekhoe

    • Haugereid, Petter (University of Bergen, The Open University of Israel, University of Haifa), Melnik, Nurit (The Open University of Israel) and Wintner, Shuly (University of Haifa)

      Nonverbal Predicates in Modern Hebrew

    • Holler, Anke (University of Göttingen)

      Reanalyzing German Correlative es

    • Jin, Dawei (University at Buffalo, SUNY)

      Information Structure Constraints and Complex NP Islands in Chinese

    • Maekawa, Takafumi (Ryukoku University)

      A Beautiful Four Days in Berlin

    • Miller, Philip (EA 3967 CLILLAC-ARP, Université Paris Diderot)

      Usage Preferences: The Case of the English Verbal Anaphor do so

    • Müller, Stefan and Ørsnes, Bjarne (Freie Universität Berlin)

      Passive in Danish, English, and German

    • Przepiórkowski, Adam (Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences)

      The Syntax of Distance Distributivity in Polish: Preserving Generalisations with Weak Heads

    • Richter, Frank (Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf)

      87, 94, 14? The Nature of Linguistic Theory

    • Ryu, Byong-Rae (Chungnam National University)

      Multiple Case Marking as Case Copying: A Unified Approach to Multiple Nominative and Accusative Constructions in Korean

    • Szécsényi, Tibor (University of Szeged, Hungary)

      Argument Inheritance and Left Periphery in Hungarian Infinitival Constructions

    • Van Eynde, Frank and Augustinus, Liesbeth (Centre for Computational Linguistics, University of Leuven)

      Why and How to Differentiate Complement Raising from Subject Raising in Dutch

  • Contributions to the Workshop
    • Alexiadou, Artemis (Universität Stuttgart)

      Where is Non-Active Morphology?

    • Culicover, Peter W. (The Ohio State University)

      Simpler Syntax and Explanation

    • Kiss, Tibor (Ruhr Universität Bochum)

      Gauging the progress in linguistics (Gedanken ohne Inhalt sind leer, Anschauungen ohne Begriffe sind blind.)

    • Müller, Gereon (University of Leipzig)

      Derivational Syntax: Arguments and Challenges

    • Müller, Stefan (Freie Universität Berlin)

      Some Remarks on the State of the Field and on Ways to Ensure Progress: Description, Analysis, Formalization, Implementation

    • Pankau, Andreas (Univ Frankfurt/Main)

      Arc-Pair Grammar and extraction: unbounded dependencies and grammatical relations

    • Stefanowitsch, Anatol (Freie Universität Berlin)

      Usage, grammar and stochastic cryptotypes

    • Vincent, Nigel (University of Manchester)

      Before and between theories

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