IATL 36: Program

IATL 36 will be an online conference. There is no conference fee, but registration is required. Links to the online conference will be sent to registered participants by email.

Sunday, July 11

10:30-10:45
Greetings

10:45-11:45
Invited speaker:
Alda Mari, Institut Jean Nicod, CNRS
Epistemic future in questions: The case of Italian

11:45-12:00
Break

12:00-12:45
Itamar Kastner, University of Edinburgh
Word embeddings do not predict cross-modal priming in Hebrew morphology (abstract)

10 min. break

12:55-13:40
Omri Amiraz, Hebrew University
A diachronic explanation for cross-linguistic variation in the use of inverse-scope constructions (abstract)

13:40-15:00
Lunch break

15:00-15:45
Pritha Chandra, Chandni Dutta and Preeti Kumari, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Plural inflection in a classifier language (abstract)

10 min. break

15:55-16:40
Hedde Zeijlstra, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
A non-lexical approach to NEG-RAISING (abstract)

Monday, July 12

10:30-11:15
Sascha Alexeyenko, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Number concord: Just another concord phenomenon (abstract)

11:15-11:30
Break

11:30-12:15
Aya Zarka, Ben-Gurion University & McMaster University
A new look at DOM: Evidence from Levantine Arabic (abstract)

10 min. break

12:25-13:10
Maša Bešlin, University of Maryland, College Park
DP in a model NP language: Evidence from Serbo-Croatian personal pronouns (abstract)

13:10-14:30
Lunch break

14:30-15:15
Pavel Rudnev, HSE University
Participles and periphrasis in Avar (abstract)

10 min. break

15:25-16:10
Noam Faust, Université Paris 8, CNRS SFL
Hiatus blocks syncope in Modern Hebrew (abstract)

Tuesday, July 13 – Psycholinguistics

10:30-11:30
Invited speaker:
Ianthi Maria Tsimpli, University of Cambridge
Syntactic complexity in bilingual grammars

11:30-11:45
Break

11:45-12:30
Aviya Hacohen and Dana Plaut, Ben-Gurion University
The acquisition of et-marking in Hebrew: between spontaneous production and acceptability judgments (abstract)

10 min. break

12:40-13:25
Yuval Katz and Naama Friedmann, Tel Aviv University
Verbal alternations in language impairment: From practice to theory (abstract)

13:25-13:55
Business meeting

13:55-15:00
Lunch break

15:00-15:45
Noa Brandel, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
From inconsistent null subjects to no null subjects at all: The case of L1 Hebrew and L2 English (abstract)

10 min. break

15:55-16:40
Naama Friedmann (Tel Aviv University), Adriana Belletti (University of Siena) and Luigi Rizzi (College de France)
Growing trees: How the left periphery develops (abstract)

Alternate talks

Olga Kagan, Ben-Gurion University: Singulativity, the mass-count distinction, and The Russian suffix –in (abstract)

Noa Bassel (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) and Noam Faust (Université Paris 8, CNRS SFL): Why the focus ken of Modern Hebrew is not verum focus (abstract)