SALT 21 Program

Poster Session (Saturday May 21, 4:30-6:30)

Multi-purpose Room, Rutgers Student Center CAC

Luis Alonso-Ovalle & Paula Menendez-Benito (University of Massachusetts, Boston & University of Goettingen)
Two types of epistemic indefinites: private ignorance vs. public indifference

Pranav Anand, Caroline Andrews, Donka Farkas, Kevin Reschke, & Matthew Wagers (UC Santa Cruz)
Quantification-triggered inclusivization in plural interpretation

Corien Bary & Dag Haug (Radbound-Nijmegen & University of Oslo)
Inter- and intrasentential anaphora: the case of the Ancient Greek participle

Maria Biezma (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
Conditional inversion and givenness

Elena Castroviejo (University of Chicago)
So as a weak degree modifier

Liz Coppock & David Beaver (University of Texas, Austin & Lund University)
Sole sisters

Luka Crnič (MIT)
Evaluativity and polarity

Ilaria Frana & Kyle Rawlins (University of Goettingen & Johns Hopkins University)
Unconditional concealed questions and the nature of Heim's ambiguity

Michael Gagnon & Alexis Wellwood (University of Maryland)
Distributivity and modality: where each may go, every can't follow

Peter Graff & Jeremy Hartman (MIT)
Constraints on predication

Thomas Grano (University of Chicago)
Mental action and event structure in the semantics of try

Vincent Homer (University of California, Los Angeles/École Normale Supérieure)
On the dependent character of licensing

Gianina Iordachioaia & Elena Soare (Stuttgart University & University of Paris 8)
A further insight into the syntax-semantics of pluractionality

Yu Izumi (University of Maryland)
Interpreting bare nouns: type-shifting vs. silent heads

Ezra Keshet (University of Michigan)
Contrastive focus and paycheck pronouns

Hadas Kotek, Yasutada Sudo, Edwin Howard, & Martin Hackl (MIT)
Is most more than half?

Takeo Kurafuji (Ritsumeikan University)
Japanese comparatives are semantically conjuncts: a dynamic view

Dave Kush (University of Maryland)
Height-relative determination of (non-root) modal flavor: evidence from Hindi

Chungmin Lee & Myounghyoun Song (Seoul National University)
CF-reduplication: dynamic prototypes and contrastive focus effects

Terje Lohndal (University of Maryland)
The addicities of thematic separation

Qiong-peng Luo & Stephen Crain (Macquarie University)
Uniqueness and co-variation in Chinese wh-conditionals

Ai Matsui (Michigan State University)
On the licensing of understating NPIs

Lilia Rissman (Johns Hopkins University)
Instrumental with and use: a unified modal analysis

Anastasia Smirnova (Ohio State University)
Inferences about the future and gaps in evidential paradigms in Balkan languages

Sandhya Sundaresan (University of Tromsø (CASTL)/University of Stuttgart)
A plea for syntax: monsters, agreement and de se