High Desert Linguistics Conference - V

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2002 Abstracts
 
 
Friday, November 1, 2002
8:00-9:00 am
Registration - 
Anderson School of Management plaza
(weather permitting in front of rooms #1064 &1065)
9:00-9:10
Welcome and Opening Remarks
ASM Plaza (weather permitting)
9:10-9:40 ASM Room #1064 ASM Room #1065
  Steve Legrand and Pasi Tyrväinen

Connecting Lexical Entries to Distributed Real-World Knowledge

Seongha Rhee

Grammaticalization of Malta 'Stop' in Korean

9:40-10:10 ASM Room #1064 ASM Room #1065
  Sagit Shafikov

Semantic Universals in language Vocabulary

Barbara F. Kelly 

Ought It Be Considered Grammaticization

10:10-10:40 ASM Room #1064 ASM Room #1065
  Hyun Jung Koo

On the Semantic Network and Grammaticalization of ‘Giving’ Verbs in Korean

Lisa J. Graham

Renovation in Clause Level Relations in Old High German
 

10:40-11:00
Coffee and Pastries (refreshments served)
11:00-11:30 ASM Room #1064 ASM Room #1065
  David R. Margolin

The Joy of Tawahka: An Overview of the Phonology, Morphology, and Syntax of a Misumalpan Language

Joel Judd 

The Language of Perceptual Control

11:30-12:00 ASM Room #1064 ASM Room #1065
  Loretta M. O'Connor 

Manner-Salience and State Change in Lowland Chontal of Oaxaca

Andrew LaVelle 

The Semiotics of Time in Language: Temporal Iconicity in English Irregular Verbs

12:00-12:30 ASM Room #1064 ASM Room #1065
  Candace Maher

Theme, Thought, and Theory: Jicarilla Apache Classificatory Verb Stems

Asa M. Stepak

Rationalism Versus Empiricism: A New Perspective

12:30-1:30
Lunch Break
1:30-3:00    PM
Keynote: Ronald Langacker
in Dane Smith #123

            "Unity and Diversity in Possessive Constructions

3:15-3:45 ASM Room #1064 ASM Room #1065
  Laurel Smith Stvan

Why and Say: Two Discourse Markers in Depicted Conversation

Catie Berkenfield

Putting Bodies into Embodiment: A Feminist Perspective on Metaphorical Structure

3:45-4:15 ASM Room #1064 ASM Room #1065
  Jung-ran Park

Politeness and Solidarity in Korean Address Forms


* Cancelled *
 
4:15-4:45 ASM Room #1064 ASM Room #1065
  Winnie W. F. Or

Trading Places: Discourse and Identity in Chinese Local Markets

Tetsuya Sato

Gendered Voicedness: Style Variations in Direct Quotations as Evidence for Gender-Indexing in Japanese Conversational Narratives

4:45-5:15 ASM Room #1064 ASM Room #1065
  Charlene Chamberlain &
Rachel Mayberry

 The Linguistic Basis for Reading: 
 Insights from Deaf ASL Signers
 

Franca Ferrari

The Perfect Correspondence

*On Friday evening, the conference presenters and attendees are invited to join together for dinner at Sadie's (6230 4th Street) 7 PM (self-pay). More information will be included in the registration packet that you will receive upon arrival.

 
 
Saturday, November 2, 2002
Information / registration, Dane Smith, 1st floor / Atrium
9:00-9:30 am Dane Smith #127 Dane Smith #128 Dane Smith #129
Cinzia Russi

The Allomorphy of the Italian Masculine Definite Article: A ‘Language-Use’ Based Account

Ana Aurora Medina Murillo

From Compounding to Affixation

Esther L. Brown 

New Mexican Spanish /s/: ¿Qué pa(h)a?

9:30-10:00 Dane Smith #127 Dane Smith #128 Dane Smith #129
  Milena Petrova

Bulgarian "Some" Indefinites

Kareen Gervas

On the Interaction of Syntax and Discourse in Spanish Relativization

Douglas C. Walker

French Aspirate-h Isn't Aspirate, Isn't <h> and Isn't French

10:00-10:30 Dane Smith #127 Dane Smith #128 Dane Smith #129
  Silke Lambert

What’s So Special about Instruments?

Gabriela del Carmen Gonzàlez Gonzàlez

Modalidad Epistémica en el Verbo Andar

Eric Russell Webb 

From [P] to [R] via [z]: rethinking the history of /r/

10:30-10:50
Coffee and Pastries (refreshments served)
10:50-11:20 Dane Smith #127 Dane Smith #128 Dane Smith #129

 
 
 
 

 

Brenda Nicodemus and James MacFarlane

Frequency & Acceptability in ASL Phonotactics
 
 

 

Ysaura Bernal-Enríquez 

Tesoro Perdido: Socio-Historical Conditions in the Loss of the Spanish Language of la Nueva México

Mami Osaki McCraw

Evaluation in Japanese Oral Narrative

11:20-11:50  Dane Smith #127 Dane Smith #128 Dane Smith #129
  Elisa Maroney

Aspect in American Sign Language: Expression of Signer Perspective

Maria Szasz

Ireland’s Astounding Nineteenth Century Language Shift

Matthew Burdelski 

Reported Speech in Japanese Parent-Child Interaction

11:50-12:20 Dane Smith #127 Dane Smith #128 Dane Smith #129
  Lorraine Leeson and John I. Saeed

Windowing of Attention in Simultaneous Constructions in Irish Sign Language (ISL)

Li-Hsiang Chang

Subjective Structures of the Mandarin Morpheme LE in Conversational Discourse’

Janet Wilson

The Present Tense in Kuche Narrative Discourse

12:20-1:30
Lunch Break
1:30-2:30 PM
Keynote: Barbara J. King 
in Dane Smith #123

 "Gesture in Great Apes: The Dynamic-Systems Perspective"

2:45-3:15 Dane Smith #127 Dane Smith #128 Dane Smith #129
  Paul Edmunds

Shakespeare, Dickens, and Christie: A Diachronic Study of English Contractions

Zouhair Maalej

Naming People in Tunisian Arabic: An Idealized Cognitive Model

Masumi Kai 

The Double 'Wa' Sentence in Japanese

3:15-3:45 Dane Smith #127 Dane Smith #128 Dane Smith #129

 

 

Alla Kushniryk

Intensifying Particles in Modern English

 

Patrick Farrell 

The Conceptual Semantics of Cognitive Verbs in Brazilian Portuguese

Mie Hiramoto-Sanders

Variations in the Japanese Lexical Strata

3:45-4:15 Dane Smith #127 Dane Smith #128 Dane Smith #129
  Harry Howard

Spanish mood as contrast enhancement
 

Dan Tappan

Toward Automated Scene Generation from Textual Descriptions

Carlee Arnett and Kyoko Masuda

Dative Subjects in German and Japanese

4:15-4:45 Dane Smith #127 Dane Smith #128 Dane Smith #129
  * Cancelled *  David Eddington

Issues in Modeling Language Processing Analogically
 

Masanori Deguchi 

The Source of Quantifier Scope

4:50-5:00
Closing Remarks
*On Saturday evening, the conference presenters and attendees are invited to join together for an end-of-conference party held at the home of Melissa Axelrod. More information will be included in the registration packet that you will receive upon arrival.