I will participate as a speaker in the project-final workshop of the Time in Translation project, on September 23rd in Utrecht.
At SALT 32, Henriëtte de Swart will present a talk summarizing joint work done in the Time in Translation project, in which I was a postdoctoral researcher 2018–2021. The title of the presentation is “Perfect variations in dialogue: a parallel corpus approach”. You can find a video and abstract here.
I gave a talk at the online conference Probability and Meaning (PaM) 2020. The title of my presentation was “Conditional answers and the role of probabilistic epistemic representations”. Download the accompanying paper here.
I gave a talk at WCCFL 38, at UBC in Vancouver. Title: When if or when specify modals. Download the paper.
I gave a talk at CLIN 30 in Utrecht. Title: Translation mining in the domain of conditionals: first results.
I gave a Syntax Interface lecture titled “Bare superlatives and relative clauses in Dutch”. Download the handout here.
I gave a talk at the Mathematical Ability conference in Utrecht. The title was “Mathematics from a linguistic perspective”.
I gave a talk in Nijmegen at the Grammar and Cognition Colloquium, titled The Relevance of Conditional Answers. Handout here.
I gave a talk Emphatic reflexives as part-structure modifiers at the Dutch Annual Linguistics Day.
A presentation about the Time in Translation research project I am a member of was presented by Bert Le Bruyn.
I gave a talk at the Inquisitive Semantics Seminar at ILLC (University of Amsterdam) on tense restrictions in temporal questions, and on implementing tense and aspect operators into Inquisitive Semantics.
I gave a colloquium at Stony Brook’s Department of Linguistics. Title: The prosody of additives and the plurality of causation. Handout
Talk at the UConn Logic Colloquium.
Talk at the Cognitive Science Student Association at UCLA.
Talk at the 20th Amsterdam Colloquium.
Talk at SPE 8 in Cambridge.
Talk at PhML in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Talk at ICSH 10 in Lund, Sweden.
Talk at TIDIAD workshop at ESSLLI 2010 in Copenhagen.