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Program - Congress 2016
Congrès de l’ACL 2016 | 2016 CLA meeting
L’Association canadienne de linguistique tiendra son
congrès de 2016 lors du Congrès des sciences humaines
à l'Université de Calgary, du samedi 28 mai au lundi
30 mai 2016.
The Canadian Linguistic Association will hold its 2016
conference as part of the Congress of the Humanities
and Social Sciences at the University of Calgary, from
Saturday, May 28, to Monday, May 30, 2016.
Programme
Samedi 28 mai | Saturday, May 28
8:00–8:15
PETIT DÉJEUNER
| BREAKFAST
Science Theatres 126
Science Theatres 127
Science Theatres 130
Le syntagme verbal | The verb phrase
Sociophonétique | Sociophonetics
Psycholinguistique | Psycholinguistics
8:15–8:45
Michiya Kawai (Huron/Western)
Monelle Guertin (UQAM)
Complex Verbs in the Alleged-Small Clause Comment les styles et les variétés dialectales
(ASC) Construction in Japanese
influencent les attitudes d'immigrants en
francisation envers le français québécois à
Montréal?
Kathleen Currie Hall, Veronica Letawsky
and Alfred Ko (UBC)
The Role of Sounds in Perceived
Morphological Relatedness
8:45–9:15
Elizabeth Cowper (Toronto)
The Nature of Finiteness
Patrick Murphy, Philip Monahan &
Margaret Grant (Toronto)
Affrication Patterns and Perceptual
Tendencies in Canadian and European
French
9:15–9:45
Bettina Spreng (Saskatchewan)
Nicole Rosen & Lanlan Li (Manitoba)
am-Progressives in Swabian: Some Evidence Ethnicity and Rurality in the Prairies: The
for Pseudo-Noun Incorporation
Case of /æ/
Cassandra Chapman (McMaster) &
Martin Hackl (MIT)
Processing of Logical Form Structure:
Evidence from Reconstruction for
Anaphoric Binding
9:45–10:15
Jozina Vander Klok (UBC)
Julia Thomas Swan (Chicago)
How Tenselessness Interacts with Modality: Canadian English in the Pacific Northwest:
A Case Study on paleng in Javanese
A Phonetic Comparison of Vancouver, BC
and Seattle, WA
Laura Sabourin, Jean-Christophe Leclerc,
Myriam Lapierre, Michelle Burkholder &
Christie Brien (Ottawa)
The Language Background Questionnaire
in L2 Research: Teasing Apart the
Variables
Ronald Beline Mendes (U São Paulo) &
James A. Walker (York)
Devoicing and Deletion of Unstressed Final
Vowels in São Paulo Portuguese
10:15–10:30
PAUSE
| BREAK
ST 126
ST 127
ST 130
Pronoms | Pronouns
Contact et changement | Contact and
change
Sémantique | Semantics
10:30–11:00
Tom Leu (UQAM)
Nahed Mourad (Ottawa)
Definite Ingredients of Indefinite Pronouns Revisiting Borrowings into Arabic: Evidence
from Lone English Nouns in Lebanese
Arabic
Jitka Bartošová, Cassandra Chapman,
Ivona Kučerová & Elisabet Service
(McMaster)
Processing of Telic and Atelic Events:
Evidence for the Partial Interpretation
Hypothesis
11:00–11:30
Heather Stephens (McMaster)
The Interpretation of Pronouns in Proxy
Counterfactual Statements
Duaa AbuAmsha (Calgary)
Grammaticalization of the Future Marker
in Palestinian Arabic: An Internal or a
Contact-Induced Change?
Alexis Wellwood (Northwestern)
Event Quantification with Adjectives
11:30–12:00
Ebony Campbell & Dennis Ryan
Storoshenko (Calgary)
Here There Be Monsters: Indexical Shift in
American Sign Language
Virginia Hill (UNB) & Gabriela Alboiu
Paul B. Melchin (Ottawa)
(York)
Semantic Conditioning of Unspecified
Auxiliary Cliticization and its Implications Object Deletion
for Language Change
12:00–1:30
DÉJEUNER
| LUNCH
Déjeuner-causerie | Lunchtime discussion
Mentorat des étudiant-e-s diplômé-e-s | Graduate student mentoring
ST 130
Session des affiches | Poster session
1:30–3:00
Mutasim Al-Deaibes (Manitoba)
Durational cues for voicing and pharyngeal assimilation
in Rural Jordanian Arabic
Yvette Anderson (York)
Hillbillies, Schmucks and Gangsters: A Perceptual
Dialectology Study of the Greater Toronto Area
John Archibald (Victoria)
Phonetic Compression of Minor Phonological Phrases as
a Licensor of WH in situ in L2 Japanese: Contiguity
Theory in SLA
Laurence B-Violette (Harvard)
Nounless, but adjectiveful nominals in French
Tom Conners (Maryland) & Jozina Vander Klok (UBC)
On language documentation of colloquial Javanese
varieties
Brandon J. Fry (Ottawa)
Tout n’est pas relatif : les compléments phrastiques en
ojibwé
Philothe Mwamba Kabasele (Calgary)
Vowel Sound Change in Kinshasa Lingala
Chloé Larouche & François Steffann (UQAM)
Étude acoustique comparative de l'organisation du
trapèze vocalique en français québécois et en inuktitut
Iryna Lenchuk (York)
Aspect and Case in Interlanguage Grammars: The Case
of English Learners of Russian
Danica MacDonald (Calgary)
Korean -tul: A comparative development between North
and South Korean
Martha McGinnis-Archibald (Victoria)
A vP layer in result and complex event nominals
Madoka Mizumoto (Lethbridge)
What’s in a dictionary? Learning from the past, applying
to the future: A case study from kinship terminology in
Blackfoot dictionaries
Tatiana Molokopeeva & Lucie Ménard (UQAM)
Les marqueurs phonétiques de la perception de l’accent
ukrainien (de Kiev) en russe
Malina Radu (Toronto)
Conditioned variability in the realization of Romanian
rhotics
Dennis Ryan Storoshenko (Calgary)
Fantasy Islands? Testing Semantic Constraints on whExtraction
Jesse Stewart (Saskatchewan) & Martin Kohlberger
(Leiden)
Earbuds: A new method for measuring nasality in the
field
Olga Tararova (Toronto)
The transfer of negative doubling in a bilingual
community, Chipilo, Mexico
Lena Vasilyeva (Alberta)
Vowel harmony in online adaptations of Russian nonce
words into Yakut
Svitlana Winters (Calgary)
Psycholinguistic Experiments in the Processing of
Ukrainian Blends
3:30–4:00
Musée canadien des langues : « Une tapisserie de voix : Célébrons les langues du Canada »
Canadian Language Museum: “A Tapestry of Voices: Celebrating Canada's Languages”
Social Sciences Foyer (SS 122Z)
4:00–6:00
Assemblée générale | Annual general meeting
ST 148
Dimanche 29 mai | Sunday, May 29
8:00–8:15
PETIT DÉJEUNER
| BREAKFAST
ST 126
ST 127
ST 130
Le cas et des actants | Case and
arguments
Variation grammaticale | Grammatical
variation
Phonétique–Phonologie | Phonetics–
Phonology
8:15–8:45
Elizabeth Ritter (Ben Gurion/Calgary) &
Martina Wiltschko (UBC)
Humanness as an Alternative to CaseLicensing
Gerard Van Herk (Memorial)
Old Habits: Rethinking Variation in the
Newfoundland English Habitual Past
Daniel Currie Hall (Saint Mary’s)
Phonological Identity is Phonological
Identity
8:45–9:15
Amer Ahmed (York)
Case in Standard Arabic: The Agree-Based
Account Revisited
Rick Grimm (York)
Le présent à valeur de futur en français
parlé
Sonya Bird & Ewa Czaykowska-Higgins
(Victoria)
Salish Consonant Clusters: Phonetic
Evidence for Syllabic Parsing?
9:15–9:45
Ivona Kučerová (McMaster)
On the Role of PERSON in the φ-Feature
Labelling of DP Coordinations
James A. Walker & Michol F. Hoffman
(York)
To have and have got: Ethnolinguistic
Variation in Possession and Deontic
Modality
Mutasim Al-Deaibes & Nicole Rosen
(Manitoba)
Acoustic Properties of Geminates in Rural
Jordanian Arabic
9:45–10:15
Hong-Yan Liu (Toronto)
Anne-José Villeneuve (Alberta)
Also Introducing Arguments: The Mandarin Ni 'standard', ni vernaculaire: le français
ba-Construction
québécois parlé en entrevues télévisées
10:15–10:30
PAUSE
Avery Ozburn (UBC)
Investigating the Motivations of Sibilant
Harmony: Coarticulation and Speech
Errors
| BREAK
ST 126
ST 127
ST 130
Relatives
Typologie et sémantique | Typology and
semantics
Perception
10:30–11:00
Daiho Kitaoka & Kathleen Strader
(Ottawa)
Relative Clauses in Michif
Xiaodong Yang (Zhejiang University of
Geneviève Lemieux Lefebvre (UQAM)
Technology) & Martina Wiltschko (UBC) Indices prosodiques et perception du
The Confirmational Marker ha in Northern sarcasme en français québécois
Mandarin
11:00–11:30
Egor Tsedryk (Saint Mary’s) & Elena
Dimova (Montréal)
Free Relatives, Correlatives, Probing
Algorithm and Relabeling
Vesela Simeonova (Ottawa)
Mirativity in Bulgarian and Turkish: A
Semantic Account
Jesse Stewart (Saskatchewan) & Felicity
Meakins (Queensland)
Stop Voicing Perception in Gurindji-Kriol,
Kriol, and Gurindji-Kriol Code-Switchers
11:30–12:00
Elizabeth Bogal-Allbritten (SFU), Keir
Moulton (SFU) & Junko Shimoyama
(McGill)
Stay Inside: The Interpretation of
Internally-Headed Relative Clauses in
Navajo
Elias Abdollahnejad (Calgary)
Reflexivity in Persian
Claire Allen (UBC)
Learning Functional Importance in the L2:
Effects of Functional Load on Non-Native
Contrast Perception
12:00–12:30
Nino Grillo (Humboldt) & Keir Moulton
(SFU)
Exceptional Agreement in Italian PseudoRelatives
Daiho Kitaoka (Ottawa)
Discontinuous Quantifiers in English,
Japanese and Algonquian Languages
Una Y. Chow & Stephen J. Winters
(Calgary)
Perception of Intonation in Cantonese:
Native Listeners versus Exemplar-Based
Model
12:30–2:00
DÉJEUNER
| LUNCH
Table ronde | Round table
Canadian Indigenous Language Resources: Preservation and Access
1:00–2:00
ST 126
ST 127
ST 130
Syntaxe | Syntax
Modals
La prosodie et la grammaire | Prosody
and grammar
2:00–2:30
Andrew Peters & Gavin Bembridge (York)
Structural Problems and the Cartography of
Multimodal Constructions: Views from
Mandarin, Rural Chesapeake English, and
Jamaican Creole
Emily Elfner (UBC), Richard Compton
(UQAM) & Anja Arnhold (Konstanz)
On the Correspondence Between Prosodic
and Morphosyntactic Constituents in
Inuktitut
2:30–3:00
Nicholas Welch (Toronto)
Formal Interaction of Inflection and Stem
Suppletion in Dene
Neil Banerjee (Toronto)
Of Monsters and Modals
Joseph W. Windsor (Calgary)
Prosodic Evidence for the Syntactic
Constituency of Demonstratives in Irish
3:00–3:30
Hailey Hyekyeong Ceong (Victoria)
Korean Hearsay Constructions and Speech
Act Phrases
Blake Lewis (Calgary)
Modal Structure and Conditions of Use in
Blackfoot: aahk- A Case Study
Glyne Piggott (McGill), Lisa Travis
(McGill) & Heather Newell (UQAM)
Linking Syntax to Phonology in Possession
3:30–4:00
PAUSE
| BREAK
4:00–5:00
Communication plénière | Plenary talk
Récipiendaire du Prix national d'excellence | Recipient of the National Achievement Award
ST 148
5:00–7:00
Réception du recteur | President’s reception
Lundi 30 mai | Monday, May 30
8:00–8:15
PETIT DÉJEUNER
| BREAKFAST
ST 126
Atelier spécial lié à l'acquisition du langage | Special Workshop on Language Acquisition
8:15–8:45
Esperanza Ruiz-Peña & Yasaman Rafat (Western)
Second Dialect Production of Ecuadorian Rhotics: An Acoustic Study
8:45–9:15
Yasaman Rafat & Elkin Sierra (Western)
The Perception of Spanish Lexical Stress in Interrogative and Exclamation Contexts by L1 Japanese Speakers
9:15–9:45
Lindsay Hracs (Calgary)
The Role of Salience in the Second Language Acquisition of Focus Structure
9:45–10:00
10:00–11:00
PAUSE
| BREAK
Communication plénière | Plenary talk
Suzanne Curtin (Calgary)
Exploring the relationship between early speech perception, language and social-communicative development in infants
at risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder
ST 148
11:00–11:30
Laura Colantoni, Alexei Kochetov & Jeffrey Steele (Toronto)
On-going L1-Based Influence in the L2 Acquisition of the Phonology and Phonetics of English Word-Final Nasals
11:30–12:00
JeongEun Lee & Susanne E. Carroll (Calgary)
Acquisition of English Plural Non-Head Constraints by Adult Korean Learners
12:00–1:00
DÉJEUNER
| LUNCH
Session des affiches | Poster session
1:00–2:30
2:30–3:00
3:00–4:00
Réjean Canac-Marquis (SFU)
The Learning Process of Determiners in French
Immersion Context in British Columbia
Kayla Day (Alberta)
Consonantal Place Features in Early Word Productions:
A Comparison of English- and Dutch-learning
Children’s Acquisition Patterns
Tamara Sorenson Duncan & Johanne Paradis
(Alberta)
The Not-So-Straightforward Story of Maternal
Education and Linguistic Input
Fangfang Li (Lethbridge) & Nicole Rosen (Manitoba)
Vowel production development of French-immersion
students in Southern Alberta
Juana M. Liceras, Rachel Klassen & Estela García
Alcaraz (Ottawa)
On the status of complex wh-questions in the L2 Czech
grammar of English and German speakers: input,
transfer and data elicitation techniques
Erin Pettibone (Toronto)
The Acquisition of Multiple Adjective Order in Second
Language (L2) Spanish
Yvan Rose (Memorial)
Exploring children’s developing A-maps: accuracy,
precision, and the noise function
Jiajia Su (McGill)
Feature reassembly in the L2 acquisition of Chinese
Melanie Elliott (Toronto)
Direct and Indirect Object Omission in the Spanish of Bilingual Spanish-French Children
Communication plénière | Plenary talk
Ana Teresa Pérez-Leroux (Toronto)
Turtles all the way down: How children harness the power of recursion
ST 148
4:00–4:30
Ruiting Jia & Johanne Paradis (Alberta)
The Acquisition of Relative Clauses by Mandarin Heritage Bilingual Children
4:30–5:00
Erin Pettibone, Gabrielle Klassen & Ana Teresa Pérez-Leroux (Toronto)
Bilingual Effects in Recursive Noun Phrases
5:00–5:30
Salma Alqahtani (Calgary)
The Acquisition of Number in Saudi Arabic
6:15–9:00
Session conjointe avec l’Association canadienne de linguistique appliquée (ACLA)
Joint session with the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics (CAAL)
Langues autochtones et reconcilation | Indigenous Languages and Reconciliation
ST 127
1. Présentation CRSH | SSHRC presentation
2. Énoncés de position | Position statements
Arok Wolvengrey & Olga Lovick
Creating programs is only part of the action needed
Belinda Daniels
Language loss: A deformity in education
Amos Key & Carrie Dyck
Indigenous languages, truth, and reconciliation
Marianne Ignace
How can University–First Nations Partnerships support the development of advanced fluency in First Nations
languages with very few speakers?
Inge Genee & Don McIntyre
with contributions from students in an Indigenous Language Endangerment and Revitalization course
An Aboriginal Languages Research Program to address the language-related Calls to Action of the TRC
Sally Rice & Dorothy Thunder
Towards A living digital archive of Canadian Indigenous languages
Sʔímlaʔxʷ Michele Johnson & Sťaʔqʷalqs Hailey Causton
Urgent call for university programs to deliver 1,000 hours and adopt proven curriculum models to teach Indigenous
languages
3. Carrie Dyck, John O’Meara & Patricia Shaw
Conclusions : Discussion modérée par les membres du comité de programmation
Conclusions: Discussion moderated by the members of the Organizing Committee