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Actes du Congrès de l’ACL 2013 2013 CLA conference proceedings

Les articles publiés dans ces actes ont été présentés lors du congrès annuel de l’Association canadienne de linguistique qui s’est tenu à l’Université de Victoria, du 1 juin au 3 juin 2013. Certaines des communications présentées n’ont pas été soumises par les auteures et les auteurs.

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ISSN 0027-9633

The papers in these proceedings were presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association held at the University of Victoria from June 1 to June 3, 2013. Not all papers given at the conference were submitted.

Editor: Shan Luo

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Table des matières Table of Contents

  1. 50 Shades of Definiteness Solveiga Armoskaite1 and Carrie Gillon2 1University of Rochester; 2Arizona State University
  2. Agreement in Copular Clauses Embedded in Modal Contexts Susana Bejar and Arsalan Kahnemuyipour University of Toronto
  3. Inflectional Shells and the Syntax of Causative Have Bronwyn M. Bjorkman and Elizabeth Cowper University of Toronto
  4. Focus, Polynesian *Ko, and Language Change (How Morphosyntax Is, and Is Not, Like Rats) Jason Brown1 and Karsten Koch2 1University of Auckland; 2University of Calgary
  5. Features of Questions and Interrogatives Hailey H. Ceong and Leslie Saxon University of Victoria
  6. A Revised Analysis of EPP Feature-Checking: The Case of Modern French Cassandra Chapman McMaster University
  7. English Modals: Evidence for a Neoparametric Theory of Phrase Structure Elizabeth Cowper1 and Daniel Currie Hall2 1University of Toronto; 2Saint Mary’s University
  8. The Rise and Fall of Aspirated Fricatives Radu Craioveanu University of Toronto
  9. Explicit and Implicit Coherence Relations: A Corpus Study Debopam Das and Maite Taboada Simon Fraser University
  10. The Social Meaning of Eh in Canadian English Derek Denis University of Toronto
  11. The Acquisition of First Order CP and DP Recursion Julianne Doner University of Toronto
  12. Contrastive Vowel Features in West Germanic B. Elan Dresher University of Toronto
  13. Gender Assignment in Loanwords in Ukrainian Svitlana Filonik University of Calgary
  14. Associative Plurality in the Gitksan Nominal Domain Clarissa Forbes University of Toronto
  15. Nominal ATR Harmony in Nata: An Assessment of Root Faithfulness Joash Johannes Gambarage University of British Columbia
  16. Une analyse des voyelles hautes en français laurentien: La phonologie du gouvernement Philippe Gauthier Université Western Ontario
  17. The Syntax of Pragmaticalization Jila Ghomeshi University of Manitoba
  18. Self-Superlatives Julie Goncharov University of Toronto
  19. Documenting Phonological Change: A Comparison of Two Japanese Phonemic Splits Kathleen Currie Hall University of British Columbia
  20. Wh-Movement in Mi’gmaq Michael David Hamilton McGill University
  21. Consonant Stricture Harmony in Yabem: Manner Assimilation at a Distance Gunnar Ólafur Hansson and Allie Entwistle University of British Columbia
  22. On VP Ellipsis and the Identify Condition Michiya Kawai Huron University College, Western University
  23. Deriving the Left Edge Wh-Phrase in Nata Wh-Constructions Hermann Keupdjio University of British Columbia
  24. Person All the Way in Blackfoot: Evidence From Psych-Predicates Kyumin Kim University of Calgary
  25. Consequences of a Syntactic, Predicative Focus-Marking System Karsten A. Koch University of Calgary
  26. Naa Aanatsski Aonim Opaitapiiyssin: A Blackfoot Children’s Book Karsten Koch, Aistanskiaki Sandra Manyfeathers, Issapoikoan Brent Prairie Chicken, Ainnootaa Wes Crazy Bull, and Alice Post University of Calgary
  27. Pseudo-3rd Person Marker and Possessive Constructions in Turkish Aysun Kunduracı University of Calgary
  28. Korean Base Vowel Shortening Revisited Sunghwa Lee University of Victoria
  29. Schwa Insertion in Diminutives of Beijing Chinese: An AP Analysis Jianxun Liu University of Victoria
  30. Constraints on Licensing if-Clauses in Blackfoot Meagan Louie University of British Columbia
  31. Explaining Mandarin T3 Sandhi Within an Articulatory Phonology Framework Shan Luo University of Victoria
  32. Who Has More? Second-Language Processing of Mass-Count Nouns Danica MacDonald and Susanne Carroll University of Calgary
  33. Intrusive Be Constructions in (Spoken) English: Apposition and Beyond Diane Massam University of Toronto
  34. Learning Consonant Harmony in Artificial Languages Kevin McMullin University of British Columbia
  35. On Apparent Adjective Fronting in Modern Irish Kenji Oda University of Toronto
  36. Inversion and Case Assignment in the Language of Spanish Heritage Speakers Silvia Perpiñán and Itziri Moreno Villamar Western University
  37. The Nata Applied Double Object Construction: Implications for Applicative and (A)Symmetrical Typologies Emily Sadlier-Brown University of British Columbia
  38. English Influence on Russian Embedded Yes-No Questions in Bilingual Children’s Production: A Case Study Marina Sherkina-Lieber Carleton University
  39. The Acquisition of Long Distance Wh-Questions in L2 French Nelleke Strik Dalhousie University
  40. Does Ultrasound Training Lead to Improved Perception of a Non-Native Sound Contrast?: Evidence From Japanese Learners of English Miwako Tateishi and Stephen Winters University of Calgary
  41. Basque as a Nominative-Accusative Language Rebecca Tollan University of Toronto
  42. Internal Merge of Nominative Subjects and Pro-Drop in Russian Egor Tsedryk Saint Mary’s University
  43. Covert D0 and Prenominal Cel in Romanian Mona-Luiza Ungureanu Université de Moncton, Shippagan
  44. Accent and Pro-DPs in Blackfoot Natalie Weber University of British Columbia
  45. An Integrated Account of Mandarin Verbs in Serialization Hui Yin Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
  46. Re-Evaluating the Question Marker Ka in Japanese Tomohiro Yokoyama University of Toronto
  47. Ā-Fronting in Dinka (Twic East): Evidence for a Left-Peripheral Domain Below CP Michelle Yuan University of Toronto

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