[ACL / CLA]

Congrès de l’ACL 2010


CLA Conference 2010


L'Association canadienne de linguistique a tenu son congrès de 2010 lors du Congrès des sciences sociales et humaines à l'Université Concordia, Montréal (Québec), Canada, du samedi 29 mai au lundi 31 mai 2010. The Canadian Linguistic Association held its 2010 conference as part of the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities at Concordia University, Montréal, QC, Canada, from Saturday May 29 to Monday May 31, 2010.

Programme | Program

mise à jour 1 juin 2010 | updated June 1, 2010

SAMEDI 29 MAI | SATURDAY, MAY 29
Séance | Session:
Salle | Room:
Président(e) | Chair:
Syntaxe | Syntax
MB 6-260
Phonétique | Phonetics
MB 6-240
Linguistique historique | Historical linguistics
MB 6-425

9h00–9h30

Chiu, Chenhao

Attentional weighting of Polish and Taiwanese Mandarin sibilant perception

Simonenko, Alexandra

The loss of Old French juxtaposition genitive and case: Corpus study

9h30–10h00

Mathieu, Eric

Visibilité et détermination: le cas des de N modifiés en français

Dyck, Carrie; Power, Alethea; Terry, Kevin

Syncope in East Cree: Phonological or phonetic?

Cournane, Ailis

A cline of subject clitic doubling: Grammaticalization in small steps

10h00-10h20

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Séance | Session:
Salle | Room:
Président(e) | Chair:
Syntaxe | Syntax
MB 6-260
Phonétique & Phonologie | Phonetics & Phonology
MB 6-240
Sociolinguistique | Sociolinguistics
MB 6-425

10h20–10h50

Sugimura, Mina

Lexical vs. functional predicates in Japanese and their agreement domains

Wilkinson, Erin; Janzen, Terry; Russell, Kevin

Articulatory undershoot in an ASL corpus: Initial findings

Spieker, Jessica

Constructions of local and non-local identity in Canadian hip hop lyrics

10h50–11h20

Cowper, Elizabeth

Where auxiliary verbs come from

Kosa, Loredana Andreea

Sibilant harmony: Investigating the connection between typology and learnability

Comeau, Phil

Revisiting verbal -s: A combined formal/variationist analysis

11h20–11h50

Al-Balushi, Rashid

The licensing of structural case in Standard Arabic

Grimm, Rick

Le futur incertain du futur fléchi dans le français parlé en Ontario

13h30–14h45

Session par affiches 1 | Poster session 1
MB 6-601

  • Armoskaite, Solveiga Nominalization as evidence for categorization
  • Barski, Ewelina Polish acquirers of L2 Spanish gender
  • Bilous, Rostyslav Les réalisations multiples du cas INSTR en ukrainien
  • Cowper, Elizabeth; Hall, Daniel Structures for possession in Upper Sorbian and Czech
  • Duncan, Liisa Consonant gradation in Finnish dialects
  • Fournier, David A minimalist account of the French double object construction
  • Gebregziabher, Keffyalew Possessive constructions in Tigrinya
  • Girard, Raphael Nominalizations and final vowels in Shona
  • Goncharov, Julie 'Definite' adjectives in Slavic
  • Görgülü, Emrah The count-mass distinction in Turkish
  • Hedberg, Nancy; Sosa, Juan M.; Görgülü, Emrah; Mameni, Morgan Wh-questions, prosody and D-trees
  • Kliashchuk, Mikalai Est-ce une conjonction de coordination au début?
  • Kyriakaki, Maria What Greek DETs do: The restrictive DP
  • Louie, Meagan Evidence for different levels of representation in Blackfoot: The 'means' linker iiht-
  • MacDonald, Danica Korean -tul: Agreement or focus?
  • Noonan, Maire Blocking effects of object clitics in Old Irish and Literary Welsh
  • Urbanczyk, Suzanne Some preliminary grounds for a grounded morphology
  • Widjaja, Nina Analyzing plural marking and numeral modification with classifier in Indonesian
  • Wiltschko, Martina; Barrie, Michael How to be a mass and other cases of nominal aspect
  • Zgati, Amal Les limites de la partitivité: L'exemple de partitif sujet en français standard

14h45-15h00

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Séance | Session:
Salle | Room:
Président(e) | Chair:
Syntaxe | Syntax
MB 6-260
Phonologie | Phonology
MB 6-240
Acquisition
MB 6-425

15h00–15h30

Moulton, Keir

Apparent reconstruction effects and fronted clauses

Elfner, Emily

Prosodic recursivity in Conamara Irish

Brittain, Julie; Rose, Yvan; Terry, Kevin

Grammatical analysis in early morphological development: Evidence from (Northern East) Cree

15h30–16h00

Massam, Diane

On the status of inversion in an inverse language

 

Cuza, Alejandro; Frank, Joshua

On the incomplete acquisition of the Spanish CP: Evidence from doubly-filled comp structures

16h00–16h45

Qu, Chen; Goad, Heather

Stress and tone sandhi in contour tone languages

Frolova, Anna

L'omission de l'objet direct en acquisition de la langue maternelle

16h45-18h45

Assemblée générale | General meeting
MB 6-260

DIMANCHE 30 MAI | SUNDAY, MAY 30
Séance | Session:
Salle | Room:
Président(e) | Chair:
Syntaxe | Syntax
MB 6-260
Pragmatique | Pragmatics
MB 6-240
Neurolinguistique & Psycholinguistique | Neurolinguistics & Psycholinguistics
MB 6-425

9h00–9h30

Arregui, Ana; Rivero, Maria Luisa

Aspectual microvariation: The case of Slavic

Howell, Jonathan

The semantics and prosody of post-nominal focus particles

Hirotani, Masako

Use of prosodic boundaries in attachment ambiguity resolution: ERP evidence in Japanese

9h30–10h00

Nossalik, Larissa

What exactly does outer aspect encode?

Mameni, Morgan

Epistemic implicature and inquisitive bias

Royle, Phaedra; Drury, John E.; Bourguignon, Nicolas; Steinhauer, Karsten

Inflectional morphology and the temporal dynamics of visual word recognition

10h00-10h20

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Séance | Session:
Salle | Room:
Président(e) | Chair:
Syntaxe | Syntax
MB 6-260
Phonétique & Phonologie | Phonetics & Phonology
MB 6-240
Psycholinguistique | Psycholinguistics
MB 6-425

10h20–10h50

Welch, Nicholas

Adjectives that are attributive are an illusion that is transparent: Evidence from Tlicho Yatii

Kharlamov, Viktor

Final devoicing & (in)complete neutralization: The role of task-specific factors

Dwivedi, Veena Dhar; Goldhawk, Matthew; Wood, Patrick

Processing quantifier scope

10h50–11h20

Oxford, Will

Adjectives in a language without any: Implications of Innu-aimun adnominal particles

Rohany Rahbar, Elham

On Persian epenthesis in suffixation: An experimental study

Tremblay, Marie-Claude; Sabourin, Laura

More is more: Behavioural and neurophysiological discrimination of non-native contrasts by monolinguals, bilinguals, and multilinguals

11h20–11h50

Liakin, Denis

Le focus, le contraste et l'exhaustivité en russe

Mielke, Jeff

A feature-learning algorithm

Haimes Kusumoto, Brenna

High vowel contrasts among bilingual children learning English and French

12h00–13h30

Déjeuner-causerie | Lunchtime discussion

Comité sur le statut des femmes | Status of women committee
Congés de maternité et congés pour soins de compassion | Maternity and compassionate care leave
Patricia Balcom, Université de Moncton
MB 6-260

13h30–14h45

Session par affiches 2 | Poster session 2
MB 6-601

  • Alvarez, Yadira; Pérez-Leroux, Ana T. How to BE in Spanish: The acquisition of copula and existential constructions by Spanish speaking children
  • Barysevich, Alena Convergence intersytémique ou évolution interne: anglais - français?
  • Baxter, Laura How do you solve a problem like the merry-marry merger? Some Canadian evidence
  • Beck, David Mood in Upper Necaxa Totonac
  • Bouchat-Laird, Natasha; Zamuner, Tania Cross-linguistic differences in the acquisition of lexical structure: An investigation of Canadian French
  • Bowers, Caelan Age and orthographic effects on lexical access in Japanese-English bilinguals
  • Ghafar Samar, Reza; Mirhosseini, Seyyed-Abdolhamid Loving but not living the vernacular: Linguistic culture in Mazandaran
  • Girard, Raphael; Mudzingwa, Calisto Decomposing Shona noun classes: Evidence from augmentative/diminutive constructions
  • Heap, David Weaseling out the wedge: Lexical geography in the Atlas Lingüístico de la Península Ibérica
  • Hollett, Meghan Null subject variation in heritage Russian
  • Jensen, John T.; Stong-Jensen, Margaret Hungarian vowel harmony meets OT
  • Mah, Richard; Tremblay, Marie-Claude; Sabourin, Laura Multilingualism and speech perception advantages: Effects of language learning experience on processing native contrasts
  • Morin, Annick Diachrony and synchrony of /l/ gemination in Québec French
  • Pirvulescu, Mihaela; Hill, Virginia Syncretism in the pragmatic field in first language acquisition
  • Restorick, Audrey Sociolinguistic variation in the use of the present subjunctive in Canadian English
  • Russell, Kevin Mapping a perceptual vowel terrain
  • Sawyer, Sheryl Dueling banjos and going nuts: Linguistic ideologies in online comments
  • Stong-Jensen, Margaret When is a conspiracy not a conspiracy? -- A case from Icelandic
  • Tessier, Anne-Michelle Short, but not sweet: A markedness reversal for coda sonority in men's hypocoristics
  • Tsedryk, Egor Prolifération de "comme" dans la grammaire des enfants en milieu francophone minoritaire
  • Weber, Silke Psycholinguistic evidence for lexicalized foot structure in German
  • Yin, Hui The so-called Chinese VV compounds: A continuum between lexicon and syntax

14h45-15h00

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Séance | Session:
Salle | Room:
Président(e) | Chair:
Syntaxe | Syntax
MB 6-260
Phonologie | Phonology
MB 6-240
Acquisition | Acquisition
MB 6-425

15h00–15h30

Bliss, Heather; Louie, Meagan

Spatio-temporal topics and fixed quantifier scope: An analysis of Blackfoot it-

Hall, Daniel

On the realization of contrastive labial place

Qu, Chen

Prosodic licensing, elaboration of segmental structure and child consonant harmony

15h30–16h00

Bliss, Heather; Storoshenko, Dennis Ryan

All the world's a stage: Locative topics in Shona

Telfer, Corey

A unified account of coronalization and assibilation

Kang, Yoonjung; Park, Seung-Joon

Variation of consonant-final nouns in heritage Korean in Toronto

16h00–16h30

Selkirk; Elisabeth; Katz, Jonah

New evidence for a grammatical distinction between contrastive focus and discourse-new in English

Hansson, Gunnar

Long-distance voicing assimilation in Berber: Spreading and/or agreement?

Roberge, Yves; Strik, Nelleke

L'omission Wh: théorie et acquisition

17h30–19h00

Réception de la présidente | President's reception
Résidence des Sœurs Grises (GN), jardin | Grey Nuns Residences (GN), garden

LUNDI 31 MAI | MONDAY, MAY 31
Séance | Session:
Salle | Room:
Président(e) | Chair:
Morphologie | Morphology
MB 6-260
Sémantique | Semantics
MB 6-240
Acquisition
MB 6-425

9h00–9h30

Kharytonava, Olga

Morphological word: Suspending or not suspending affixes?

Modarresi, Fereshteh

Bare singulars in Persian

Bruhn de Garavito, Joyce

Gender and number mismatches in ellipsis in L2 Spanish: What they tell us about learners' competence

9h30–10h00

Kulinich, Elena

Les nouveaux verbes défectifs du russe

St-Amour, Michelle

On being definitely unique in Inuktitut

Bruhn de Garavito, Joyce; Valenzuela, Elena; Barski, Ewelina; Díez, Adriana; Faure, Ana; Ramírez, Alma

Agreement or inherent gender features: What causes L2 problems?

10h00-10h20

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Séance | Session:
Salle | Room:
Président(e) | Chair:
Morphologie | Morphology
MB 6-260
Sémantique | Semantics
MB 6-240
Acquisition
MB 6-425

10h20–10h50

 

Toews, Carmela

Future expressions in Siamou

Carroll, Susanne

Exploring the locus of transfer in L2 pronunciation of novel words

10h50–11h20

Oda, Kenji

Dependent verbal morphology in Modern Irish: A distributed morphology approach

Zuercher, Beau

Preuves à l'appui d'une approche monosémique: Le cas des verbes de mouvement malgaches

Marinescu, Irina

Difficult vowel contrasts, native dialect and experience in non native perception: Cuban and Peninsular Spanish learners of English

12h00–13h30

Table ronde | Round table

Les corpus : patrimoine et préservation | Corpora: Heritage and Preservation
MB 6-260

  • Diane Baillargeon, Directrice intérimaire, Service de la gestion de documents et des archives, Université de Montréal
  • Monique Dufresne, Queen’s University
  • Carrie Dyck, Memorial Universiy
  • Marguerite MacKenzie, Memorial University
  • France Martineau, Université d’Ottawa
  • Raymond Mougeon, Collège Glendon, Université York
  • Pierrette Thibault, Université de Montréal
  • Gerard Van Herk, Memorial University
Séance | Session:
Salle | Room:
Président(e) | Chair:
Morphologie | Morphology
MB 6-260
Sémantique & Syntaxe | Semantics & Syntax
MB 6-240
Acquisition
MB 6-425

13h30–14h00

Paul, Ileana

Compounding and linkers in Malagasy

Alboiu, Gabriela; Barrie, Michael

Expanding on aspect in Onondaga

Slavkov, Nikolay

Towards an acquisition hierarchy in L2 English wh-movement

14h00–14h30

 

Gagnon, Michaël; Wellwood, Alexis

The topology of distributivity and epistemic containment phenomena

Strik, Nelleke

French wh-questions in child L2 acquisition

14h30-15h00

Conroy, Laura Elizabeth

Morpho-semantics of nominal compounds

Motut, Alexandra

A puzzle for the syntax and semantics of depictives

Tieu, Lyn

Transfer vs. code-switching in bilingual children's acquisition of wh-questions

15h00–15h20

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Acquisition
MB 6-425

15h20–15h50

Belikova, Alyona

On the ineffectiveness of indirect negative evidence in L2

15h50–16h20

Mercier, Steeve

The role of syntax/phonology and syntax/pragmatic interfaces in the L2 acquisition of French accusative