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Monads as a Solution for Generalized Opacity

2014. Presented at the Type Theory and Natural Language Semantics Workshop, EACL 2014, Gothenburg. April 27.
Slides: [ .html ]
Handout: 10 pages [.pdf]

Monads: Some Linguistic Applications

2014. Presented at the 13th South of England Lexical Functional Grammar Meeting. School of Oriental and African Studies, London. February 15.
21 pages: [ .pdf ]

Interpretive intentions

2013. Presented at the Logic, Language and Information Lab, Institute of Cognitive Science, Carleton University. November 25.
12 pages: [ .pdf ]

Transitivity and composition

2012. Presented at the Department of Language and Linguistics, University of Essex. November 29.
20 pages: [ .pdf ]

Thematic uniqueness and resource accounting

2012. Presented at the Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Manchester. October 15.
16 pages: [ .pdf ]

The semantics of resumption

2012. Presented at On the Syntax and Semantics of Resumptive Pronouns, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Institute of Advanced Studies, Jerusalem. July 3.
38 pages: [ .pdf ]

Flexible composition for optional and derived arguments

2012. Presented at LFG12, Universitas Udayana Bali. June 29.
28 pages: [ .pdf ]

Missing resources in a resource-sensitive semantics.

2012. Presented at LFG12, Universitas Udayana Bali. June 29.
15 pages: [ .pdf ]

Unbounded dependencies in LFG

2012. Presented at the 8th South of England Lexical Functional Grammar Meeting. School of Oriental and African Studies, London. May 12.
12 pages: [ .pdf ]

Where are we and where should we go?

2012. Presented at the Project Meeting of The Syntax and Information Structure of Unbounded Dependencies. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. March 22.
6 pages [2up]: [ .pdf ]

Copy Raising and Formal Variation

2011. Presented at the Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Edinburgh. November 24.
28 pages: [ .pdf ]

Questions in Language and Linguistics

2011. Presented at the Research Symposium, Jesus College, Oxford. November 23.
97 slides: [ .pdf ]

Resumption and the Design of Grammar

2011. Presented at the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge. October 27.
31 pages: [ .pdf ]

⟨M,η,★⟩

2011. Presented at Sinn und Bedeutung 16, University of Utrecht. September 16.
10 pages: [ .pdf ]

Multidimensional Semantics with Unidimensional Glue Logic

2011. Presented at LFG11, University of Hong Kong. July 18.
10 pages: [ .pdf ]

Multimodal Communication in LFG: Gestures and the Correspondence Architecture

2011. Presented at LFG11, University of Hong Kong. July 17.
10 pages: [ .pdf ]

Obligatory Control in Persian: Implications for the Syntax–Semantics Interface

2011. Presented at the 4 International Conference on Iranian Linguistics, University of Uppsala. June 18.
10 pages: [ .pdf ]

Capturing Thematic Uniqueness

2011. Presented at Queen Mary, University of London. May 19.
16 pages [2up]: [ .pdf ]

The Syntax and Semantics of Resumptive Pronouns: Implications for Compositionality

2011. Presented at The University of Utrecht. May 16.
28 pages [2up]: [ .pdf ]

Resumption and Composition

2011. Presented at Mayfest, University of Maryland. May 6.
28 pages [2up]: [ .pdf ]

The Uniqueness of Event Participants

2011. Presented at the University of Oxford. February 14.
16 pages: [ .pdf ]

Evidence for Parallel Composition from Resumptive Pronouns

2010. Presented at MIT. April 16.
28 pages: [ .pdf ]

Adjacency and Locality: A Constraint-Based Analysis of Complementizer-Adjacent Extraction

2009. Presented at LFG09, Cambridge University. July 15.
Poster: [ .pdf ]

Lexical-Functional Grammar

2009. Presented at the University of Iceland. July 3.
104 slides: [ .pdf ]

Reflexives in the Correspondence Architecture

2009. Presented at the University of Iceland. July 2.
56 slides: [ .pdf ]

Exploring the Feature Space

2008. Presented at the 12th Bilingual Workshop in Theoretical Linguistics, University of Ottawa. December 5.
79 slides: [ .pdf ]

Production of Ungrammatical Utterances: The Case of Resumptive Pronouns

2008. Presented at University of Rochester. October 17.
66 slides: [ .pdf ]

Projection and Precedence: A Constraint-Based Explanation of Comp-Trace Effects

2008. Presented at Oxford University. May 12.
64 slides: [ .pdf ]

Copy Raising, Perception Reports, and the Semantics of Raising and Control

2007. Presented at University of Oslo. November 21.
80 slides: [ .pdf ]

Resumptive fake indexicals in Irish

2007. Presented at the Fifth Celtic Linguistics Conference, Gregynog, Wales. September 9.
40 slides: [ .pdf ]

Resumption and partial interpretation

2007. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain, London. August 31.
56 slides: [ .pdf ]

Copy raising and perception: A fine-grained semantics for raising and control

2007, Ash Asudeh and Ida Toivonen. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain, London. August 30.
43 slides: [ .pdf ]

Three kinds of resumption

2007. Presented at Resumptive Pronouns at the Interfaces, University of Paris 7. June 21.
14 pages (2up): [.pdf]

Expletives and the syntax and semantics of copy raising

2006, Ash Asudeh and Ida Toivonen Presented at LFG 2006, Konstanz, Germany. July 11.
54 slides: [ .pdf ]

Resumption as resource management

2005. Presented at ESSLLI 17, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK. August 8.
10 slides: [ .pdf ]

The puzzle of the absent cook

2005, Ash Asudeh and Ida Toivonen. Presented at University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. May 16.
6 pages (2up): [ .pdf ]

Resumption and intrusion: Syntax and semantics, parsing and production

2005. Presented at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. January 20.
14 pages (2up): [ .pdf ]

Computational perspectives on linguistic problems

2005. Presented at University of Ottawa, Canada. January 14.
12 pages (2up): [ .pdf ]

Semantic composition motivates first conjunct agreement

2005. Presented at the Linguistic Society of America, Oakland, CA. January 8.
10 pages (2up): [ .pdf ]

Niuean incorporated nominals as non-projecting nouns

2005, Ash Asudeh and Douglas Ball. Presented at the Linguistic Society of America, Oakland, CA. January 7.
10 pages (2up): [ .pdf ]