The proceedings from the workshop were published by the McGill Working Papers in Linguistics and can be found here.
PROGRAM (March 2) (University Hall 112):
- 9-9:30: breakfast
- 9:30-11:30: (talks 20+10)
- Julianne Doner (University of Toronto): A Typology of EPP-Checking Mechanisms
- Michelle Yuan (University of Toronto): On the phasal status of DP in Inuktitut
- Michael David Hamilton (McGill University): Diagnostics for
wh-movement in Mi’gmaq: Two outta three ain’t bad!
- Tharanga Weerasooriya (University of Ottawa): Wh-in situ questions
in Sinhala- a prosodic account.
- 11:30-11:45 break
- 11:45-12:45: invited talk
- Éric Mathieu (University of Ottawa): Many a plural
- 12:45-2: lunch
- 2-2:50: poster talks (5 mins each):
- Maayan Adar (McGill University): Individual and event existentials in Tagalog
- Stephanie Assmann (McMaster University): Auxiliary Alternation in
the German Perfect Construction
- Cassandra Chapman (McMaster University): Do we really need the EPP?
The case of Modern French
- Olena Kit (McMaster University): Extending the generic middle
analysis to Slavic languages
- Danielle Moed (McMaster University): An Eye-Tracking Study of
English Middle Constructions
- 2:50-3:30: Posters/coffee
- 3:30-4:30: (talks 20+10)
- Safieh Moghaddam & Monica Irimia (University of Toronto): On Split
Ergativity - evidence from Davani
- Rebecca Tollan (University of Toronto): Deriving morphological
ergativity in Basque
- 4:30-5:30: invited talk
- Bronwyn Bjorkman & Elizabeth Cowper (University of Toronto):
Possession and necessity: from individuals to worlds
The talks are going to be held at University Hall, room 112. Directions to the main campus can be found
here, a campus map with a clearly marked visitors parking can be found here. University Hall is number 1 on this map. Notice there is also a direct GO bus going from the Toronto Union station to Hamilton (Hamilton Express, no. 16). The first stop is in a walking distance from the campus. Walking directions can be found here.