Workshop Program (Done!)
Date: Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Venue: the Conference Room, the Center for Korean Studies, University of Hawaii, Manoa
"On the Similarities and Differences between Progressive and Stative Constructions"
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
"A Decompositional Approach to Potential (R)are in Japanese"
Iwate Prefectural University
"Argument and Event Structures of Serial Verb Constructions in Korean: the Cases of 'V-e ka-/o-' and 'V-e cwu-'"
Seoul National University
"On Multiple Verbal Suffixation in Japanese and Korean"
"On the Double -Ci-i Form as a Causative Suffix in Gyeongbuk Dialects of Korean"
"Heads and Layers in Agglutination"
Toyama Prefectural University
Saeko Urushibara (University of Kitakyushu) for presentations 1~3
Myungkwan Park (Dongguk University) for presentations 4~6
Call for Papers (closed on July 20, 2017)
We solicit two or three contributions from theoretical studies on morpho-syntax in Korean for the workshop. Each presentation will consist of a 30-minute talk followed by a 15-minute discussion period. Contributions from cross-dialectal and diachronic studies as well as those on present-day Seoul Korean are welcome.
Abstracts must be anonymous and must present original research, and they must be written in English, at most two pages including data and references, in a 12-point or larger font, with 1 inch or 2.54 cm margins at all sides.
You may send the same abstract to our workshop as well as to the General and/or Special Sessions of JK25, but you can present your work on
the same topic only once.
The deadline for abstract submission is July 20, 2017, and authors will be notified in early August.
Abstracts should be submitted as PDF files via EasyChair:
When submitting your abstract by way of EasyChair, follow the steps below:
(1) Enter the first name, last name, country and organization of each author ("web page" may remain blank). Indicate the "corresponding author" by checking the box.
(2) Enter the title of your abstract in the "Title" field, and type "the file uploaded" in the "Abstract" field, where you are not supposed to enter your abstract.
(3) Enter 3 to 5 keywords that describe your study, one per line, in the "Keywords" field.
(4) Upload the PDF file of your abstract using "Uploads" (where "paper" means "abstract").
If you have any inquiry about the workshop, contact the workshop coordinator at:
JK25 Conference website: