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Invited Talks & Colloquia

2015 Noun Phrase Internal Structure and the Position of Demonstratives and Focused Elements. Cognitive Brown Bag Series. Texas Tech (May 4).

2013 Mapping between the Syntax and the Semantics of Noun Modifiers and Human Cognition.  Cognitive Brown Bag Series. Texas Tech (October 18).

2012 On the Position of Adnominal Elements in Korean and DP structure. Korean Society of Language and Information Meeting. Daewoo Building, Seoul, Korea (June 9).

2012 On the Status of Temporal Markers in Attributive Clauses in Korean. Workshop on Tense & Aspect of Korean & Japanese. Seoul National University (June 8).

2012 Revisiting the Resultative State Reading  of "-Ko Iss-" Imperfective. Workshop on Tense & Aspect of Korean & Japanese. Seoul National Univ. (June 7).

2011 Adnominal Modification in Korean and DP structure. Dept. of Applied Linguistics, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, Dallas, TX (February 25).

2010  The Imperfective Puzzle in Korean, Department of Linguistics, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea (June 22).

2009 The Variability of There-BE-Existentials with Participial Codas. Linguistics Colloquium, Department of Linguistics & TESOL, University of Texas-Arlington (September 25).

2006 Domain Restriction in Freedom of Choice: A View from Korean NWUKWU-NA Phrases. Linguistics Colloquium, Department of Linguistics, Seoul National University, South Korea (March 23).

2006 Eventuality Type and the Interpretation of Internally Headed Relatives. Korean Linguistics Circle, University of Kyoto, Japan (March 13).

2006 Domain Restriction in Freedom of Choice:  A View from Korean INDET-NA Items. Workshop on Current Issues in Formal Semantics, University of Kyoto (March 12).

2005 Decomposing Free Choice Items in Korean. Research Seminar on Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Department of Computer Science, Texas Tech University (November 4).

2005 What Do Korean Internally-Headed Relatives Tell us about Event Structure? Linguistics Colloquium, University of Chicago (May 26).

2005 Formal Linking and Internally-Headed Relatives in Korean and Japanese. Workshop on Head-Final Languages, Syracuse University (April 9).

2005 Internally-Headed Relatives as a Window into Event Structure. Linguistics Colloquium, Department of Linguistics, Northwestern University (February 11).

2005 The Secretive but Rich Life of Relative Clauses. Linguistics Colloquium, Department of English, Texas Tech University (January 24).

2004 Internally-Headed Relatives in Korean: A View from the Syntax-Semantics Interface. Syntax Supper, Department of Linguistics, City University of New York (May 11).

2004 Internally-Headed Relatives in Korean: from Syntax to Semantics. Linguistics Colloquium, Syracuse University (February 23).

 

Conference Presentations (Abstract Refereed)

2016 Cognitive Indexical Usage of Demonstrative Ku in Korean and a Split DP analysis. The 18th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar (SICOGG), Sogang University, Seoul Korea, August 2-5.

2013 Adjective Ordering: A View from Korean. The West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL) 31, Arizona State Univ., Tempe, AZ. February 8-10. 

2011 Capturing the Non-optionality of Participial Codas in There-BE-Existentials. WECOL 2011. Simon Fraser Univ., Vancouver, Canada, Nov. 18-20.

2008 The Ambiguity Puzzle of KO ISS Imperfective in Korean. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 18, City University of New York-Graduate Center, NYC, Nov. 13-15.

2008 A Fresh Look at the Ambiguity Puzzle of KO ISS Imperfective in Korean. International Conference on East Asian Linguistics 2, Simon Fraser Univ., Vancouver, Canada, Nov. 7-9.

2008 Conventional Implicature and Utterance-Final EVEN. LSA Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, Jan 3-6 (with Nathan Jahnke).

2007 Utterance Final EVEN and Conventional Implicature. 36th Meeting of LASSO, Denver, CO, Sept 21-23 (with Nathan Jahnke).

2006 Revisiting the Relevancy Condition on Internally-Headed Relatives in Korean. International Conference on East Asian Linguistics, Toronto, November 9-12.

2006 Domain Restriction in Freedom of Choice: Korean Indet+NA. Sinn Und Bedeutung 11, Barcelona, September 21-23 (With Stefan Kaufmann).

2006 The Role of Hearer's Beliefs in the Interpretation of Logical Connectives. Workshop on Games and Decisions in Pragmatics. Berlin. January 6-7. (With James German, Eyal Sagi, Stefan Kaufmann and Brady Clark).

2005 Rethinking the Relevancy Condition on Internally Headed Relatives. The 34th Meeting of the Linguistic Association of the Southwest. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, October 7-9.

2004 Internally-Headed Relatives Connect Two Sets of Eventualities. The 2004 Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America , Boston, MA, January 8-11.

2003 Internally-Headed Relatives Instantiate Situation Subordination. The 34th meeting of the NELS, SUNY-Stony Brook, NY, November 9th.

2003 Internally Headed Relatives and Direct Perception Complements. The 13th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, August 1-3.

2003 Three Types of Kes-Nominalization. The 10th Harvard (Biennnial) International Symposium on Korean Linguistics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, July 11-13.

2002 Children's Sensitivity to Adjunct Islands inside There-Sentences. The 27th BU Conference on Language Development, Boston University, Boston, MA, November.

2002 The Absence of Adjectives and Noun Modification in Korean. The 2002 International Conference on Korean Linguistics, Seoul National University, August 3-5.

2002 African American English Speaking Children's Concept of BE-ing. With Mike J. Terry, Jill G. de Villiers, and M. Fond. Paper in symposium on the special features of African-American English, Madison IASCL/SCRLD, July.

2002 The Genitive of Negation in Russian: a Relativized Minimality Account. The 11th Formal Approach to Slavic Linguistics Workshop, UMass Amherst, May.

2002 The Genitive of Negation in Russian: Blocking of Case-licensing by Negation. The 38th Chicago Linguistic Society meeting, University of Chicago, April.

2001 The Accusative Adverbials in Korean and Delimiting Phrase. The 32nd Meeting of NELS (Northeast Linguistic Society), NYU, October.

2001 Does Korean have Adjectives? The Harvard/MIT Student (HUMIT) Conference, Harvard University, September.

1996 How to Integrate the Four Skills Using Textbooks. The Annual Meeting of the Korean English Education Society, Kwangju, Korea, July.