Presentations


Some recent and upcoming presentations (a full list can be found in my CV):

2021

How children ask questions across languages [with K. Yatsushiro (1st author), C. Dal Farra, J. Hein, S. Silleresi, A. Avellana, A. Huang, J. Ilori, G. Gayathri, L. Pintér, M. Guasti and U. Sauerland]. Talk at BUCLD 46, Boston University, November 4-7.

Presuppositions in polar questions. Poster at SALT 31, Brown University, May 7-9.

Two types of presuppositions in polar questions. Talk at GLOW 44, GLOW Board, April 15-17.

Expletive negation and negative polarity: the view from Québec French [with Justin Royer].
Talk at DGfS2021 - Workshop Empirical approaches to canonical and non-canonical uses of negation, University of Freiburg , February 24-26.

2020

“Expletive negation” as a decomposed NPI in Québec French [with Justin Royer].
Talk at Going Romance 34, Université Paris 8 / CNRS, November 25-27.

Free Choice in Constituent Unconditionals: Evidence from French [with Karoliina Lohiniva].
Talk at Sensus 2020. UMass, September 26-27.

2019

Free Choice in French constituent unconditionals [with Karoliina Lohiniva].
Invited talk at SynSem Seminar, LLING UMR 6310 CNRS/Université de Nantes, September 20.

A Compositional Semantics for Free Choice Constituent Unconditionals [with Karoliina Lohiniva]. Poster at SuB 24. Osnabrück University, September 4-6.

French constituent unconditionals relativize a free choice item [with Karoliina Lohiniva].
Talk at LSRL 49. University of Georgia, May 1-4.

Question-Answer Clauses: relation to focus. Invited talk at NYU Semantics Group, NYU, April 26.

Free Choice in French constituent unconditionals [with Karoliina Lohiniva].
Invited talk at the New York Philosophy of Language Workshop. NYU, March 11.

2018

Answering negative questions in American Sign Language [1st author, with Kate Henninger and Kathryn Davidson]. Talk at RALFe 2018. Université Paris 8 / CNRS, December 6-7.

On embedded question-answer pairs. Invited talk at SynSem Seminar, LLING UMR 6310 CNRS/Université de Nantes, December 4.

Answering negative questions in American Sign Language [1st author, with Kate Henninger and Kathryn Davidson]. Talk at NELS 49. Cornell University, October 5-7.