(with Leo Rosenstein and Martin Hackl) L1 acquisition of polarity sensitivity: The case of either and too. Poster presented at CUNY 32, Boulder, CO, March 29.
Imperatives under even. Talk presented at NELS 49, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, October 7.
Presupposition-denying uses of even. Talk presented at SALT 28, MIT, Cambridge, MA, May 19.
On even in presupposition denials. Poster presented at GLOW 41, Budapest, April 10.
Modal scope in negative inversion constructions. Talk presented at WCCFL 34, Salt Lake City, UT, April 29.
Scope in negative inversion constructions: Evidence from positive polarity item modals. Talk presented at GLOW 39, Göttingen, April 5.
A curious pattern in future-oriented if only conditionals. Talk presented at the Southern New England Workshop in Semantics, Harvard, Cambridge, MA, November 21.
Predicates of personal taste, faultless disagreement, and the ideal judge. Talk presented at the meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON, May 24.
This predicate is tasty: Predicates of personal taste, faultless disagreement, and the ideal judge. Talk presented at the 7th Toronto – Ottawa – Montreal Workshop in Semantics, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, April 12.
The marking of future uncertainty in Nata. Poster presented at the meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, June 2.
(with Jamie Ma and Bryan Gick) Aerotactile acuity as a predictor of sibilant contrast. Talk presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Acoustical Association, Banff, AB, October 11.