[LAGRAM] Zeljko Boskovic (UConn)

Lundi 16 Novembre 2015 - 10:00 à 12:00
Lieu détaillé: 

UPS Pouchet salle 159


On the locality of movement: it’s important when you label

The talk will provide a uniform account of a number of locality effects, in particular, the ban on movement out of moved elements, the CED effect (the Adjunct Condition and the Subject Condition), Richards’s (2001) tucking in effect, and the full Comp-trace paradigm, including (in addition to the basic cases) relative clauses, the impossibility of short-subject topicalization, French que-qui alternation, and the effect of wh-movement on agreement in languages like Kinande.