You can download a pdf version of the program here or see the table below.

You can also download a copy of the abstract by clicking on the title of the talk in the table, or click here to go to our Google Drive folder. It contains all the abstracts under subfolders organized by the submission number and the name of the first author. You will be able to download handouts from the same folder as well.

Quick links: Friday , Saturday , Sunday

All times are North American Eastern Daylight Time(UTC–4).

Friday, June 4

8:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks
8:10 James Yoon (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) and Chongwon Park (University of Minnesota Duluth)

"Structure and interpretation in lexical nominalizations: Accounting for polysemy"
8:50 Hee-Rahk Chae (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

"Distribution of -i/ka and -ul/lul: Not case markers but delimiters"
9:30 Andrej Malchukov and Patryk Czerwinski (University of Mainz)

"Verbalization/insubordination: A diachronic syntactic isogloss in Northeast Asia"
10:10-10:20 10-minute Break
10:20 Arum Kang (Hankyong National University) and Sanghoun Song (Korea University)

"A study on subjunctive mood in Korean: Using corpus and experimental linguistic data"
11:00 Okgi Kim (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) and Jong-Bok Kim (Kyung Hee University)

"A construction-based approach to negative wh-construction in Korean"
11:40 Peter Sells and Shin-Sook Kim (University of York)

"The semantic components of pakkey"
12:20-1:30 Lunch
1:30 Hitomi Minamida (Cornell University)

"The realization of unaccentedness in Korean and Japanese pitch accent systems"
2:10 Clemens Poppe (Waseda University)

"A foot-based analysis of tone and length alternations in North Kyengsang Korean verbs"
2:50 Ye Xu (Zhejiang University)

"A preliminary Korean linguistic perspective on Hyeych'o's Memoir of a Pilgrimage to the Five Indian Kingdoms 往五天竺國傳"
3:30 Seongyeon Ko (Queens College, City University of New York)

"On the Northeast Asian Vowel Shift"


Saturday, June 5

7:55 Opening announcements
8:00 Yoonjung Kang and Lisa Sullivan (University of Toronto)

"Sound symbolism of gender in Korean personal names"
8:40 Ji Yea Kim (Stony Brook University)

"The morphophonological formation of the suffix -lʌ in Korean"
9:20 Hijo Kang (Chosun University) and Mira Oh (Chonnam National University)

"Non-adjacent segmental effects on the VOT variation of stops in Korean and English"
10:00-10:10 10-minute Break
10:10 So Young Lee (Miami University)

"One factor affecting online processing of an attachment ambiguity"
10:50 Eun Hee Kim (Michigan State University), Chae Eun Lee, Sea Hee Choi, and James Yoon (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)

"Korean double relative clauses: An experimental reinterpretation"
11:30 Chung-hye Han (Simon Fraser University)

"C-command in processing of caki"
12:10-1:20 Lunch
1:20 Jihee Hwang (University of Georgia)

"The interpretation of Spanish middle voice constructions by Korean L2 learners of Spanish and native speakers"
2:00 Ye-Jee Jung and Olga Dmitrieva (Purdue University)

"Effect of clear speaking style and lexical competitors on the tense-lax vowel distinction in Korean-accented English"
2:40 Yuhyeon Seo, Olga Dmitrieva, and Alejandro Cuza (Purdue University)

"The perception of Korean stop constrast in heritage speakers and L2 learners"


Sunday, June 6

8:00 Sungdai Cho (Binghamton University), Andrej Malchukov (University of Mainz), and John Whitman (Cornell University)

"Korean in its areal/typological context"
8:40 Kara Rancourt (University of York)

"Classifier language plurals: More than plural"
9:20 Kiri Lee (Lehigh University) and Young-mee Yu Cho (Rutgers University)

"Grammaticalization in progress: Differing patterns of Korean and Japanese plurality"
10:00-10:10 10-minute Break
10:10 Min-Joo Kim (Texas Tech University)

"Apparent optionality in marking anaphoric definites in Korean"
10:50 Hailey Hyekyeong Ceong (University of Victoria; McGill University) and Leslie Saxon (University of Victoria)

"Allocutivity, c-selection, and speech acts"
11:30 Closing discussion
12:00 Conference ends