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Proceedings of the 35th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
edited by Wm. G. Bennett, Lindsay Hracs, and Dennis Ryan Storoshenko
Printed edition: $395.00 $240.00 (advance price until January 15, 2018)

Contents

This proceedings will be published approximately January 15, 2018. Links to abstracts and complete papers will appear on this page then. Advance orders are welcome!

Preface
Wm. G. Bennett, Lindsay Hracs, and Dennis Ryan Storoshenko
vii-viii

Trouble with Attitudes and the Future
Neil Banerjee
1-17

Contrastive Hierarchy Theory and the Nature of Features
B. Elan Dresher
18-29

Retrieving Antecedents in Processing: Binder Indices and ϕ-Features
Keir Moulton
30-40

(M-)Words Matter: Constraining Allomorphy in Its Possible Contexts
Víctor Acedo-Matellán
41-48

The Speaker in Inverse Vocatives
Faruk Akkuş and Virginia Hill
49-58

Overcoming the Unexpected: The Tagalog Ability/Involuntary Action Form
Luis Alonso-Ovalle and Henrison Hsieh
59-68

The Effect of Animacy and Noun Phrase Length on Austronesian Voice Production: An Experimental Approach
Eli Asikin-Garmager
69-76

Experimental Investigation of the Subregular Hypothesis
Enes Avcu
77-86

Subpart of Focus Fronting Is Discourse Subordination
Kenneth Baclawski Jr.
87-95

Anti-agreement with Bound Variables
Nico Baier and Michelle Yuan
96-103

A Formal Model of Phonological Typology
Gašper Beguš
104-113

Generalizations on Root Suppletion: Motivating a Theory of Contextual Allomorphy
Jurij Božič
114-123

Deictic Perspective and Logophoric Exemption from Condition A
Isabelle Charnavel
124-131

Inanimate ziji and Condition A in Mandarin
Isabelle Charnavel and Yujing Huang
132-141

Wh-indefinites Are Dependent Indefinites: A Study on shenme
Zhuo Chen
142-150

Greek Root-Allomorphy without Spans
Christos Christopoulos and Roberto Petrosino
151-160

Breaking the Black Box: Decomposable Modals in Korean
WooJin Chung
161-168

Epistemic Comparatives: A Cross-linguistic Investigation
Julie Goncharov and Monica Alexandrina Irimia
169-176

How to Say No in English and Taiwanese
Anders Holmberg and Meng-Jung Wu
177-185

An Event Structure Approach to the Human vs. Non-human Distinction
Lindsay Hracs
186-193

The Scope of Reciprocal Degree Operators and Degree Pluralities
I-Ta Chris Hsieh
194-202

Revisiting Pseudo-Incorporation: Post-verbal Non-referential Bare NPs in Mandarin
Hsin-Lun Huang
203-213

Imperatives and Intonation: The Case of the Down-Stepped Level Terminal Contour
Sunwoo Jeong and Cleo Condoravdi
214-223

Predicates of Personal Taste and Multidimensional Adjectives: An Experimental Investigation
Elsi Kaiser and Jamie Herron Lee
224-231

A Dual Theory of Roots: Evidence from Gender-Marking Languages
Ivona Kučerová and Adam Szczegielniak
232-241

A Binary Feature Analysis of Mi'gmaq Number Agreement
Carol-Rose Little
242-250

Unbounded Harmony Is Not Always Myopic: Evidence from Tutrugbu
Adam G. McCollum and James Essegbey
251-258

Non-iterative Vowel Harmony in Crimean Tatar
Adam G. McCollum and Darya Kavitskaya
259-268

The Pragmatics and Semantics of Embedded Polar Responses with English so
A. Marlijn Meijer
269-279

Complex Cardinals of Approximation
Jon Ander Mendia
280-287

Do You Really Mean It? Linking Lexical Semantic Profiles and the Age of Acquisition for the English Passive
Emma Nguyen and Lisa Pearl
288-295

Skewed Agree: Accounting for Closest-Conjunct Dependencies with Semantic Implications
Rafael Nonato
296-304

Overt Subjects in Obligatory Control Constructions in Korean
Yangsook Park
305-312

Direct and Dependent Valuation in Ndebele Light-Verb Constructions
Asia Pietraszko
313-320

There Are No Property Traces
Ethan Poole
321-330

Post-nasal Devoicing as Opacity: A Problem for Natural Constraints
Brandon Prickett
331-340

The Monster Tells Where You Are
Hiroaki Saito
341-348

Overtly Stranded but Covertly Not
Yuta Sakamoto and Hiroaki Saito
349-356

Quantifier Binding Connectivity in Specificational Clauses
Nagarajan Selvanathan
357-364

Demonstrative Pronouns and the Linguistic Encoding of Appraisal
Ivy Sichel and Martina Wiltschko
365-373

Distinguishing At-Issueness from Anaphoric Potential: A Case Study of Appositives
Todd Snider
374-381

The Silent "Number" in Complex Cardinals
Yuta Tatsumi
382-390

Plural Verbs, Participant Number, and Agree
Abigail Thornton
391-398

Voice-less Unergatives: Evidence from Algonquian
Rebecca Tollan and Will Oxford
399-408

Exhaustify! Locally or Globally? Implications for Ignorance Inferences
Tharanga Weerasooriya
409-418

Exclusive Morphosemantics: Just and Covert Quantification
Mia Wiegand
419-429

Disentangling Stress and Pitch Accent in Munster Irish
Joseph W. Windsor, Stephanie Coward, and Darin Flynn
430-437

The Syntax of Coordinate Structure Complexes
Nicholas Winter
438-447

Dedicated Bias Word nandao as an Illocutionary Modifier
Beibei Xu
448-457

A Double-Person Feature Analysis of Algonquian First Person Plurals
Yadong Xu
458-467

Sonorant Restrictions in Kyrgyz
Hanzhi Zhu
468-478

Contradictory Markedness Preferences across Morphological Domains
Jesse Zymet
479-488

This proceedings will be published approximately January 15, 2018. Links to abstracts and complete papers will appear on this page then. Advance orders are welcome!