Program

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Day 1: October 12th

8:00-9:00 Registration [The Center for Korean Studies (CKS) Lobby]

9:00-9:10 Opening remarks [CKS Auditorium]

9:10-10:40 Syntax/Semantics 1 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Kamil Deen (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

9:10-9:40 Frame setters in verbal unagi-sentences in Japanese and Korean
Ante Kärrman (Lund University)(moved to Syntax/Semantics 3)

9:40-10:10 Particle stranding ellipsis in Japanese, string deletion, and argument ellipsis
Yosuke Sato (NUS) and Masako Maeda (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

10:10-10:40 Darou as an entertain modal with a shiftable deictic agent: An inquisitive approach
Yurie Hara (Waseda University/Hokkaido University)

10:40-10:50 Coffee break [CKS lobby]

10:50-11:50 Phonetics/Phonology 1 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Taehong Cho (Hanyang University)

10:50-11:20 The perception of tonal clash in interrogative melodies of Tokyo Japanese: A cross-linguistic perspective
Mayuki Matsui (NINJAL/JSPS) and Hyun Kyung Hwang (RIKEN)

11:20-11:50 Denasalization of moraic nasals in Sino-Japanese
Kohei Nishimura (Iwaki Meisei University)

11:50-1:00 Lunch break

1:00-2:00 Poster Session 1 [the CKS Lobby]

2:00-3:00 Invited Talk 1 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Shin Fukuda (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

From tasty adjectives to succulent metaphors: What the language of food reveals
Natsuko Tsujimura (Indiana University)

3:00-3:10 Coffee break [CKS lobby]

3:10-4:40 Sociolinguistics/Discourse analysis 1 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Tomoko Endo (Seikei University)

3:10-3:40 “How about eggs?”: Action ascription in the family decision-making process during grocery shopping at a supermarket
Takeshi Hiramoto (Kyoto University) and Makoto Hayashi (Nagoya University)

3:40-4:10 The Korean vocative interjection Ya ‘hey’ beyond its summoning action
Mary Shin Kim (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

4:10-4:40 Reporting past experience with the immediate perception marker -ney in Korean conversation
Hye Young Smith (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

4:40-4:50 Coffee break [CKS lobby]

4:50-5:50 Invited Talk 2 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Sung-Ock Sohn (UCLA)

From fake quotations, false promises, and feigned questions into grammar: Grammaticalization of manipulative discourse strategies
Seongha Rhee (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)


Day 2: October 13th

8:00-9:00 Registration [CKS lobby]

9:00-9:10 Opening remarks [CKS Auditorium]

9:10-12:00 Special Session[CKS Auditorium]
Organized by Shoichi Iwasaki and William O’Grady

9:00-9:15 Opening Remarks

9:15-9:45 On the anaphoric use of demonstratives in Miyakoan
Tomohide Kinuhata (Fukuoka University) & Yuka Hayashi (JSPS/NINJAL)

9:45-10:15 Dialects in diaspora or diaspora dialects: Distinguishing transplanted varieties of Korean
Simon Barnes-Sadler (SOAS, University of London)

10:15-10:25 Coffee break [CKS lobby]

10:25-10:55 Spatial frames of reference in Miyako: Digging into Whorfian linguistic relativity
Kenan Celik (Kyoto University), Yukinori Takubo (Kyoto University) & Rafael
Núñez (University of California, San Diego)

10:55-11:25 Integrating analysis and pedagogy in the revitalization of Jejueo
William O’Grady (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa), Changyong Yang (Jeju National University) & Sejung Yang (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

11:25-12:00 Panel Discussion 
Moderated by Shoichi Iwasaki
Discussants: Yukinori Takubo (Kyoto University), Nobuko Kibe (NINJAL), Sejung Yang (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa), and William O’Grady (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

12:00-1:00 Lunch break

1:00-2:30 Poster Session 2 [Imin Center, Koi Room]

2:30-3:30 Psycholinguistics 1 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Amy Schafer (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

2:30-3:00 An eye-tracking study on the role of prosody in phonological inferencing: A case of post-obstruent tensing rule in Korean
Sahyang Kim (Hongik University), Holger Mitterer (University of Malta) and Taehong Cho (Hanyang University)

3:00-3:30 What accounts for adoptees’ advantages in birth-language relearning?
Jiyoun Choi (Hanyang University)

3:30-3:40 Coffee break [CKS lobby]

3:40-4:40 Syntax/Semantics 2 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Shigeo Tonoike (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

3:40-4:10 On the grammaticalization of voice markers: Some evidence from Korean -i and –eci constructions
Mikyung Ahn (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) and Foongha Yap (Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen)

4:10-4:40 Asymmetry of right-dislocation in Japanese and its syntax-prosody interface
Yosho Miyata (Meiji Gakuin University)

4:40-4:50 Coffee break [CKS lobby]

4:50-5:50 Sociolinguistics/Discourse analysis 2 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Haruko Cook (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

4:50-5:20 Ongoing sound change primes age-appropriate lexical items
Jonny Kim (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa) & Katie Drager (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

5:20-5:50 Productive use of indexicalized variable in social interaction: The case of ranuki in Japanese
Shin-Ichiro Sano (Keio University)

5:50-6:00 Coffee break [CKS lobby]

6:00-7:00 Invited Talk 3 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Shoichi Iwasaki (UCLA)

Nominal-based nominalization
Masayoshi Shibatani (Rice University) & Sung-Yeo Chung (Osaka University)

7:00-8:30 Conference Banquet [CKS Lobby]

We will take this opportunity to honor and celebrate Dr. Ho-Min Sohn’s contributions to the JK conference.


Day 3: October 14th

8:00-9:00 Registration [CKS lobby]

9:00-9:10 Announcements [CKS Auditorium]

9:10-10:40 Sociolinguistics/Discourse analysis 3 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Seongha Rhee (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

9:10-9:40 On the rise of douride ‘no wonder’ as a projector and the reformulation of discourse sequential relations in Japanese
Reijirou Shibasaki (Meiji University)

9:40-10:10 Interactional functions of verbalizing troubles: Self-addressed questions in Japanese conversation
Tomoko Endo (Seikei University) and Daisuke Yokomori (Kyushu University)

10:10-10:40 The role of intonation in discourse: The analysis of –ani in Korean
Mee-Jeong Park (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

10:40-10:50 Coffee break [CKS lobby]

10:50-11:50 Phonetics/Phonology 2 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Victoria Anderson (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

10:50-11:20 Inhibition of Korean palatalization in L2 English: Electropalatographic data
Alexei Kochetov, Kelly-Ann Blake, Andrei Munteanu, Fiona Wilson, Jessica Yeung & Luke Zhou (University of Toronto)

11:20-11:50 Rendaku as a means of identity avoidance within and between morphemes
Masaki Sone (University of Tokyo) and Yuki Hirose (University of Tokyo)

11:50-1:00 Lunch break

1:00-2:00 Invited Talk 4 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Haruko Cook (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

Korean Aspiration, Japanese Voicing, and Emergent Features
Timothy Vance (National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics)

2:00-2:10 Coffee break [CKS lobby]

2:10-4:10 Syntax/Semantics 3 [CKS auditorium] Session chair: Kazue Kanno(University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

2:10-2:40 Pronoun-external doubly-headed relative clauses in Japanese and Korean: New data from Osaka Japanese
Hitomi Minamida (Cornell University)

2:40-3:10 A Configurational Approach to the Light Verb Ha- Ellipsis in Korean
Changguk Yim (Chung-Ang University)

3:10-3:40 Imperatives with/without necessity
Shun Ihara (JSPS/Osaka University) and Yuya Noguchi (Osaka University)

3:40-4:10 Frame setters in verbal unagi-sentences in Japanese and Korean
Ante Kärrman (Lund University)

4:10-4:20 Coffee break [CKS lobby]

4:20-5:20 Psycholinguistics 2 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Mineharu Nakayama(Ohio State University)

4:20-4:50 Processing of Japanese scrambled sentences in (in)felicitous context
Masataka Yano (Tohoku University/JSPS) and Masatoshi Koizumi (Tohoku University)

4:50-5:20 Violating Burzio’s generalization is bad, no matter how often you see it
Junna Yoshida (University of Tsukuba) and Edson T. Miyamoto (University of Tsukuba)

5:20-5:30 Coffee break [CKS Auditorium]

5:30-6:30 Invited Talk 5 [CKS Auditorium] Session chair: Yuki Hirose (University of Tokyo)

The effect of grammatical variations on language processing
Nayoung Kwon (Konkuk University)

6:30-6:40 Concluding Remarks


Poster Session 1

October 12th 1:00-2:00 [CKS Lobby]

Scope marking in Japanese
*Yoshiki Fujiwara (University of Connecticut)

The unavailability of superlative movement out of Korean nominal phrases
*Sarah Hyeyeon Lee (University of Southern California)

Deontic modality in Japanese: Positioning the recommendation-type modal expressions
Tsz Ming Lee (University of Southern California) & Tsz Fung Lau (University of Edinburgh)

Expectation-driven facilitation in Japanese: Its independence from distance
*Hajime Ono (Tsuda College) & Mao Sugi (Tsuda College)

A labeling-based approach to floating numeral classifiers in Korean and Japanese
Myung-Kwan Park (Dongguk University) & Nobu Goto (Toyo University)

On sentence-final particle sa in Hokkaido Japanese
*Sanae Tamura (Hokusei Gakuen University), Toshio Matsuura (Hokusei Gakuen University) & Yoshihisa Kishimoro (Hokkaido University)

Pseudogapping in Japanese
*Hideharu Tanaka (Mie University) & Shintaro Hayashi (Nanzan University)

Korean vowel articulation is not sensitive to phonological neighborhood density
*Rory Turnbull (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa) & Jeffrey Holliday (Korea University)

Age-graded vowel raising and the linguistic marketplace in Korea
*So Young Yi (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

Stancetaking in Korean conversation: Maliya construction to accomplish intersubjectivity
Hyunjung An (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

Online parsing of Korean reflexive caki: Evidence for direct retrieval of antecedent
Namseok Yong (The Graduate Center, City University of New York)


Poster Session 2

October 13th 1:00-2:30 [Imin Center, Koi Room]

Sociolinguistics/Discourse Analysis

On discourse effects of biased questions in Japanese
Hitomi Hirayama (University of California, Santa Cruz)

The social meaning and function of the Korean subject honorific suffix -(u)si
Sang-Seok Yoon (University of Iowa)

Syntax/Semantics

Syntactic approach to Japanese partitives
Tomoko Ishizuka (Aoyama Gakuin University)

What can save adjuncts?
Akihiko Arano (University of Connecticut)

The syntax of path/range PP constructions in Japanese
Ryoichiro Kobayashi (Sophia University/JSPS)

Semantic specification and syntactic distribution of ideophones in Japanese and Korean
Jiyeon Park (Nagoya University)

A syntactic account of morphological causatives in Japanese and Korean
Jinwoo Jo (University of Delaware) & Mai Ha Vu (University of Delaware)

Causatives and inchoatives in Korean: A unified account
Sunwoo Jeong (Stanford University)

Two types of reflexivization in Japanese
Tohru Noguchi (Ochanomizu University)

The syntax and semantics of the Japanese pseudo-partitive construction
Akitoshi Maeda (Kobe University) & Yuto Hirayama (Osaka University)

Projection of contrastivity in Korean
Han-Byul Chung (Seoul National University)

Phonetics/Phonology

Interaction of phonology and morphology in Sino-Japanese: From a corpus-based approach
Chihkai Lin (Tatung University)

The Orthographic Lyman’s Law and OCP effects in Japanese nicknames
Gakuji Kumagai (NINJAL)

The influence of OCP on word truncation: A study of modern Japanese abbreviation of compound loanword nouns with long vowels
Changyun Moon (University of Tsukuba/JSPS)

Psycholinguistics

Pronoun interpretation with referential and quantificational antecedents in SLA
Eun Hee Kim (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Raising-to-subject in Korean: Evidence from honorific agreement and NPI licensing
Jinsun Choe (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

Acquisition of V-V and N-N compounds in Japanese: From the viewpoint of the Compounding Parameter
Reiko Okabe (Nihon University) & Miwa Isobe (Tokyo University of the Arts)

Wh-island effects in Korean scrambling constructions
Juyeon Cho (Seoul National University)

Children’s Acquisition of Sluicing Constructions in Japanese
Akari Ohba (Ochanomizu University), Hiroyuki Shimada (Meiji Gakuin University) & Kyoko Yamakoshi (Ochanomizu University)

Relative clause island effects: An experimental investigation of native and nonnative Japanese
Nozomi Tanaka (Indiana University) & Bonnie D. Schwartz (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)

Endangered and understudied languages and dialects in Japan and Korea

Plural forms in Yoron dialect in Amami, Japan
Nobuko Kibe (NINJAL) & Hajime Oshima (NINJAL)

* Alternates for the oral presentations

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