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Actes du Congrès de l’ACL 2020 2020 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 en ligne, du 30 mai au 1er juin 2020. 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 online from May 30 to June 1, 2020. Not all papers given at the conference were submitted.

Editors: Angelica Hernández & M. Emma Butterworth

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Table des matières Table of Contents

  1. Sluicing in Lebanese Arabic: More evidence for cleft sources Yasmine Abou Taha and Dennis Ott University of Ottawa
  2. Expressing a multiplicity of events in Macuxi Gregory Antono University of Toronto
  3. Root alternations for discourse effects: A challenge for locality? Gavin Bembridge and Jean-François Juneau York University, University of Toronto
  4. Adult acquisition of grammatical gender in instructed L2 Spanish and the role of metacognition Martha Black and Olga Tararova Western University
  5. Automatisation de la détection de l’intoxication à l’alcool dans la parole Alice Breton et Ghyslain Cantin-Savoie Université du Québec à Montréal
  6. La morphosyntaxe de personne, de nombre et de genre dans l’accord du kanyen’kéha Nathan Brinklow, Monique Dufresne, Greg Lessard, et Rose-Marie Dechaine Queen’s University, University of British Columbia
  7. “C’est ça, right?”: Shifts in discourse marker use in Ontarian Laurentian French Margaret Emma Butterworth University of Western Ontario
  8. Addressee honorifics as allocutive agreement in Japanese and Korean Hailey Hyekyeong Ceong and Leslie Saxon University of Victoria
  9. Expressing paths of motion in Apurimac Quechua Crystal Chow University of Toronto
  10. Variation dans les accords du français inclusif Yarubi Díaz and David Heap Western University
  11. Experimental and typological approaches to nasal vowel sonority Michael Dow Université de Montréal
  12. Dative case with infinitives in Russian Evgenii Efremov Western University
  13. Vitality of Damana: The language of the Wiwa indigenous people of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Colombia Tatiana Fernandez Fernandez Western University
  14. The syntax of discourse: What an Anishinaabemowin oral text teaches us Sonja Frazier, Monique Dufresne and Rose-Marie Déchaine Queen’s University, University of British Columbia
  15. Revisiting “double” Ezafe in Southern Zazaki Songül Gündoğdu, Arsalan Kahnemuyipour and Andrew Peters University of Toronto
  16. Une cartographie fine de la flexion verbale des verbes en arabe standard Ingy Hamza Université du Québec à Montréal
  17. Derived nouns and inflectional variability: A case for distinct nominalizers Samuel Jambrović University of Toronto
  18. The two faces of a nominal linker: Another look at reverse Ezafe in Gilaki Arsalan Kahnemuyipour, Mansour Shabani, and Sahar Taghipour University of Toronto Mississauga, University of Guilan, University of Toronto
  19. Slavic meets Semitic: Nominal functional categories as underspecified heads Ivona Kučerová and Adam Szczegielniak McMaster University, independent researcher
  20. Analyse formantique de la voyelle de la pause remplie eux chez des Québécoises francophones de 10 et 11 ans Mariane Lamarre Université du Québec à Montréal
  21. La norme de prononciation au Québec en 1970 et en 2019: Étude de l’affrication de /t/ et /d/ et du relâchement des voyelles /i/, /y/ et /u/ dans la lecture publique du poème Speak White Florence Marcotte Université du Québec à Montréal
  22. Variation in the possession of kinship terms in the dialects of Italy Sonia Masi Western University
  23. Phonetic training of L2 Spanish rhotics Andrew McCandless University of Toronto
  24. What type of pronouns do Japanese and Korean have? Brittany McDonald University of Calgary
  25. Cross-linguistic evidence for underspecification in reflexive morphosyntax Martha McGinnis and Christiana Moser University of Victoria
  26. Ojibwe agreement in a representational, morpheme-based framework Paul B. Melchin, Ash Asudeh, and Dan Siddiqi Carleton University, University of Rochester
  27. Which language do bilinguals swear in? Ariana N. Mohammadi Linguistics Consultancy Center of Canada (LCCCa)
  28. The representation of concrete versus abstract words: An eye-tracking study Mahsa Morid, Ed Griffiths, Shuzhen Wang, and Tania S. Zamuner University of Ottawa
  29. F0 acoustic parameters’ effects on discrimination of lexical pitch accents Dušan Nikolić University of Calgary
  30. Obligatory Indexical Shift in Turkish Metehan Oguz, Burak Oney, and Dennis Ryan Storoshenko University of Calgary and Memorial University of Newfoundland
  31. Sweet songs and soft hearts: Metaphors in Cusco Quechua Rosalind Owen University of Toronto
  32. Scrambling for case: Accusative in Mongolian Andrew Peters University of Toronto.
  33. Creating results in Northern Galilee Arabic Tova Rapoport and Aya Zarka Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and McMaster University
  34. Word-final obstruent devoicing in heritage Russian Iuliia Rezvukhina University of Manitoba
  35. Interacting with vocatives! Elizabeth Ritter and Martina Wiltschko University of Calgary, ICREA and University of Pompeu Fabra
  36. Methods for increasing equity, diversity, and inclusion in linguistics pedagogy Nathan Sanders, Pocholo Umbal, and Lex Konnelly University of Toronto
  37. Nodal Faithfulness in Harmonic Serialism Nate Shaftoe York University
  38. Latin@s or Latinxs? Innovation in Spanish gender inclusive oral expression Katie Slemp Western University
  39. Reactions to gender-inclusive language in Spanish on Twitter and YouTube Katie Slemp, Martha Black and Giulia Cortiana Western University
  40. Two pluractional constructions in Mi’kmaw Arlene Stevens, Yvonne Denny, Barbara Sylliboy, and Dianne Friesen Ta’n L’nuey Etl-mawlukwatmumk (TLE), Eskasoni Band, TLE, University of Victoria
  41. Copy Raising in Persian Dennis Ryan Storoshenko, Elias Abdollahnejad, and Mahyar Nakhaei University of Calgary
  42. Early morphological decomposition: The effect of derivational gaps Sahar Taghipour and Philip J. Monahan University of Toronto
  43. Les titres de civilité: A DP analysis of French honorifics Nadia Takhtaganova University of Toronto
  44. The syllabification of VV-sequences in Dàgáárè Katie van Baarsen and Terrance Gatchalian University of British Columbia

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