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Plenary Speakers
    Nina Hyams, UCLA
    Rex A. Sprouse, Indiana University

Syntax Tutorial Leader
    Luigi Rizzi, University of Siena

Thematic Sessions
    Child L2 Acquisition
    Acquisition of Mood/Aspect

Special PhD Poster Session

December 17-20, 2004
University of Hawai‘i at Manoa



GALANA is a conference devoted to research on all aspects of language acquisition within the framework of generative grammar. Its two principal aims are (i) to bring together generative researchers in all acquisition subfields, including native language acquisition, nonnative language acquisition, bilingual language acquisition, creole and pidgin studies, and disordered language development, and (ii) to promote student participation among up-coming generative acquisitionists.

Our appreciation to the National Science Foundation
for supporting this inaugural GALANA conference (Grant No. BCS-0345472).
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Our thanks also to the University of Hawai‘i for additional support from:

The National Foreign Language Resource Center
The Dean of the College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature
The Center for Korean Studies

GALANA 2004 | University of Hawai‘i | 1890 East-West Road | Moore Hall 569 | Honolulu, HI 96822, USA
(808) 956-9730 | galana@hawaii.edu
Last Updated: 22 November 2004