DAY 1 – Friday, April 12, 2019
Location: Rosenwald 405

8:45-9:00 Opening remarks – Vice provost

9:00-9:45 Kyle Johnson (UMass-Amherst): Do we know how many?

9:45-10:30 Anikó Lipták (Leiden University): Extraction from copulars is bled by ellipsis: On the interaction of head movement, phrasal movement, and ellipsis

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-11:30 Andrés Saab (CONICET-UBA): Ellipsis. Guess where, when and how

11:30-12:15 Matt Barros (Washington University) & Hadas Kotek (Yale University): Semantic Identity under Discussion

12:15-1:30 Lunch + Poster session – Rosenwald 329

Barbara Citko (University of Washington): Negative Fragments and VP Ellipsis

Gesoel Mendes & Nick Huang (University of Maryland): Null subjects and ellipsis from an idiom perspective

Vahideh Rasekhi (UC Los Angeles): Two types of why in syntax: Evidence from Why-stripping in Persian

Marie-Luise Schwarzer (University of Leipzig): Parasitic gapping: Determiner sharing is gapping + LEE

1:30-2:00 Jason Merchant (The University of Chicago): Focus-marking inside ellipsis sites

2:00-2:30 Patrick Elliott (ZAS) and Yasutada Sudo (University College London): The dynamics of ellipsis identity

2:30-3:00 David Potter & Katy Carlson (Morehead State University): The Partial and Complete Island Repair Of Stripping

3:00-3:15 Break

3:15-4:00 Susanne Winkler (Tübingen University): Complex sluicing in German

4:00-4:45 Klaus Abels (University College London): P-stranding under sluicing and the pied-piping generalization

4:45-5:00 Break

5:00-6:30 Howard Lasnik (University of Maryland): Ellipsis and Identity: Reflections on “Guess Who?”


DAY 2 – Saturday, April 13, 2019
Location: Rosenwald 405 (only access through west entrance)

9:00-9:45 Masaya Yoshida (Northwestern University): Condition C reconstruction, clausal ellipsis and island repair

9:45-10:30 Ingo Reich, Robin Lemke & Lisa Schäfer (Saarland University): Elke dances. Guess with whom!

10:30-10:45 Break

10:45-11:15 Tanja Temmerman (Université Saint-Louis Bruxelles): When the sluice is not alone… On the syntax of WH+non-WH sluicing in Dutch

11:15-11:45 Laura Stigliano (The University of Chicago): Revisiting the interaction between P-stranding and clausal ellipsis in Spanish

11:45-12:15 Anne Abeillé (LLF, University Paris Diderot) and Shrita Hassamal (MIE): Sluicing in two French based-creoles: a fragment-based analysis

12:15-1:30 Lunch + Poster session – Rosenwald 432

Yoshiki Fujiwara (University of Connecticut): Sprouting: A key to unifying Japanese sluicing

Daniel Hardt (Copenhagen Business School) & Deniz Rudin (UC Santa Cruz): Sluicing and Modal Mismatches

Andrew Murphy (University of Leipzig): Voice mismatches beyond passives: Sluicing with active impersonal antecedents

Till Poppels & Andrew Kehler (UC San Diego): Sluicing inferred propositions

Richard Stockwell & Deborah Wong (UC Los Angeles): Ellipsis sites as antecedents: sluicing and except

1:30-2:15 Jim McCloskey (UC Santa Cruz): Theory and Annotation: the Santa Cruz Sluicing Database

2:15-3:00 Gary Thoms (NYU): Reassessing case-matching

3:00-3:45 Vera Gribanova (Stanford): Head movement, ellipsis, and identity: the view from Uzbek

3:45-4:00 Break

4:00-4:30 Craig Sailor (University of Tromsø): Situating ellipsis within the derivational timeline

4:30-5:00 Idan Landau (Ben Gurion University): A Scope Argument Against C’-deletion

5:00-5:15 Break

5:15-6:45 Haj Ross (UNorth Texas): Sluice on!

6:45-7:15 Drinks (Rosenwald 432)

7:15 Conference Buffet Dinner (Rosenwald 405)