• [Nov. 2020]   TBD. Workshop on the Argument Structure of Adverbs and Prepositions (WASSAP 5).  Research                                      Center on Basque Language (IKER), CNRS.  Bayonne, Basque Country. 

  • May 2019     The privileged roles of Person and Perspective: the case of anaphora.  Workshop: On Person and                                      Perspective. University of Southern California.

  • April 2019    When exceptions and rules co-exist: the case of indexical shift. Princeton Symposium on Syntactic                                  Theory (PSST) 2019. Princeton University.

  • Sept. 2018    What agreement and person asymmetries can tell us about anaphora. LinG1:Agreement & Anaphoricity.                        University of Göttingen.

  • Sept 2018    Unequal anaphors: the privileged place of person & perspective. WorkshopANA-LOG (Anaphoricity and                            Logophoricity). Harvard University.

  • April 2018    Silent pro-forms in competition: tracing PRO and pro to a single source (based on joint work with                                    Thomas McFadden). Pronouns in Competition Workshop. UCSC.

  • June 2017    A new hybrid approach to indexical shift: modelling variation and exceptions to Shift Together. The                                  Semantics of African, Asian, and Austronesian Languages (TripleA 4). University of Gothenburg.

  • May 2016     On the grammar of Monsters and Imposters: two types of mismatch. Studentische Tagung                                                Sprachwissenschaft (StuTS), Universität Leipzig.

  • April 2016    Proxy control: a new species of obligatory control under modality” (based on joint work with Aaron                                  Doliana). NonFinite Subjects Conference, Université de Nantes, France.

  • June 2015    Perspectival anaphora and predication. Workshop on “Perspective and context-shift in language",                                    Universität Köln.

  • Jan. 2015     Interactions between dependencies: phi-features, reference, and agreement. Workshop on Case and                              Phi-features. Department of theoretical and applied linguistics. University of Cambridge.

  • Sept. 2011   Clausal (in)dependence, subject (in)dependence, and Case. Workshop on Case and Related Issues,                                    University of Lund, Sweden.

  • March. 2020  Surprising agreements: the Anaphor Agreement Effect. University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

  • March. 2020   Indexical shift and the grammar of intensionality. Job talk. University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

  • Feb. 2020       Indexical shift and the grammar of intensionality. Job talk. University of Southern California. 

  • Feb. 2020     Indexical shift and the grammar of intensionality. Job talk. University of Massachusetts, Amherst. 

  • Dec. 2019     Deriving selective opacity for adjuncts vs. complements via path-based locality” (with Thomas                                         McFadden). University of Vienna.

  • Dec. 2019     Deriving selective opacity for adjuncts vs. complements via path-based locality” (with Thomas                                        McFadden). University College London.

  • Nov. 2019     An alternative theory of indexical shift. University of Cambridge. 

  • Nov. 2019     Deriving Selective Opacity via Path-based Locality (with Thomas McFadden). University of Edinburgh.

  • March 2019  A single source for PRO and pro (with Thomas McFadden). Georgetown University.

  • March 2019  When exceptions and rules co-exist: accommodating Shift Together & its exceptions in indexical                                     shift. University of Maryland.

  • March 2019  The EPP, COMP-trace, and prosodic restrictions on silent edges (withThomas McFadden). University of                            Maryland.

  • March 2018  An Alternative Treatment of Indexical Shift: Modelling Shift Together Exceptions, Dual Contexts, and                               Selectional Variation, MIT Linguistics Colloquium. MIT.

  • Oct. 2017      Proxy control: extending the typology of control in grammar” (joint work with Aaron Doliana). Linguistics                       Colloquium Series. Universität zu Köln.

  • June 2016    Anaphora vs. Agreement: Investigating the Anaphor Agreement Effect” (DFG Project SU 835/1 & ZE                                 1040/3). With Guru Jegan Murugesan, Louise Raynaud, and Hedde Zeijlstra. Colloquium Talk. University                         of Göttingen.

  • June 2016    Anaphora vs. Agreement: Introducing a new Anaphor Agreement Effect. Oberseminar lecture. University                       of Göttingen.

  • May 2016      Locality vs. perspective: the curious case of reflexives in Tamil. HSS Linguistics Colloquium, Indian                                  Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, India.

  • Jan. 2016      Proxy Control (with Aaron Doliana). Syntaxzirkel, Leibniz-ZAS, Berlin.

  • June 2015     Failure to control isn’t a failure: it’s pro” (based on joint work with Thomas McFadden). University                                    of Göttingen.

  • May 2014      A plea for syntax: monstrous agreement. Semantikzirkel, Leibniz-ZAS, Berlin.

  • Feb. 2014      Anaphors in disagreement: inside the Anaphor Agreement Effect.” University of Olomouc, Olomouc.

  • June 2013     Perspectival features in the syntax: unifying logophoricity and anaphoricity. University of                                                  Massachusetts, Amherst.

  • May 2013      A perspectival model of anaphora. UiL OTS Syntax-Interface Meetings,University of Utrecht.

  • April 2013     Perspectival features in the syntax:unifying logophoricity and anaphoricity. Job Talk. Universität Leipzig.

  • April 2013     Giving syntax a perspective unifies logophoricity and anaphoricity.” University of Göttingen.

  • Aug. 2012      Monsters are more agreeable than anaphors: An argument from Tamil for the morphosyntactic                                      representation of contextual features in clausal embedding. Job Talk. Leibniz-ZAS, Berlin.

  • Jan. 2012      Nominative case, finiteness and subject (in)dependence” (with Thomas McFadden). UCSC.

  • Jan. 2011      Against the dependence of nominative case on finiteness” (with Thomas McFadden). Jawaharlal Nehru                          University, New Delhi.

  • April 2010     What syncretism and allomorphy can tell us about syntax-morphology mapping” (with Thomas                                        McFadden). New York University.

  • March 2010   An allomorphy hypothesis for the PRO/anaphor distinction. CASTL Colloquium Series, University of                                Tromsø.

  • March 2009   DP distribution and control: selection instead of Case” (with Thomas Mc-Fadden). English and Foreign                            Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad.

  • March 2009   Structure, sound, meaning, and context: linguistics and its interfaces withina Minimalist framework”                              (with Thomas McFadden). Centre for Contemporary Theory, Vadodara, India.

  • March 2020   Adjunct islands and the interplay of theoretical and empirical factors in refining universal claims” (with                         Thomas McFadden and Hedde Zeijlstra). Workshop (AG 4): Empirical consequences of universal claims                           in grammatical theorizing. DGfS 2020. University of Hamburg.

  • May 2019       Deriving selective opacity in adjuncts (with Thomas McFadden and Hedde Zeijlstra). GLOW 42 Main                                 Colloquium. Oslo.

  • Sept. 2018     Unorthodox C-domain agreements: complementizer agreement vs. allocutive agreement” (with Thomas                        McFadden). CGSW 33, University of Göttingen.

  • April 2018     Unequal anaphors in an enriched person system. WCCFL 36. UCLA.

  • April 2018     Modelling selectional variation for indexical shift. GLOW 41 (Main Colloquium). Research Institute for                              Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest.

  • Dec. 2017      Distinct featural classes of anaphor against an enriched person system. BCGL 10: The morphology and                          semantics of person and number. CRISSP, Brussels.

  • Nov. 2017      Modelling selectional variation for indexical shift. Selection Fest. Humboldt Universität & Leibniz-ZAS,                            Berlin.

  • Feb. 2017      Binding and agreement in Icelandic ECM constructions: from nominative reflexives to pronouns (with                              Gurujegan Murugesan, Louise Raynaud, and Hedde Zeijlstra). Debrecen Workshop on Pronouns.                                      Hungary Academy of Sciences, Debrecen. 

  • Feb. 2017      PERSON: motivating a four-way distinction & binary features. GLOW-in-Asia XI. National University of                              Singapore.

  • Feb. 2017      Introducing “proxy control”: a new form of obligatory control” (with Aaron Doliana). GLOW-in-Asia XI.                                National University of Singapore.

  • Feb. 2017      Binding and agreement in Icelandic ECM constructions: from nominative reflexives to pronouns (with                              Gurujegan Murugesan, Louise Raynaud, and Hedde Zeijlstra). Anaphora Resolution In Sign And Spoken                          languages: theoretical and experimental dimensions (ARISAS) Workshop. University of                                                      Göttingen.

  • Nov./Dec. 2016 Proxy Control (with Aaron Doliana). 31st Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop (CGSW 31).                                      Stellenbosch University, South Africa.

  • Oct. 2016       Proxy Control (with Aaron Doliana). 32nd annual meeting of the Israel Association for Theoretical                                     Linguistics (IATL 32). Hebrew University ofJerusalem, Israel.

  • Aug./Sept. 2016   The four-way person distinction: evidence from anaphora. Workshop on “Notions of ‘feature’ in                                 linguistic theory: cross-theoretical and cross-linguistic perspectives.” SLE 2016. Naples.

  • April/May 2016 When grammatical perspective and reflexives meet: evidence from Tamil(Accepted but not                                           presented). WCCFL 34, University of Utah.

  • April 2016      Obligatorily Control is fallible: failure of OC PRO yields pro” (with ThomasMcFadden). GLOW 39 (Main                               Session), University of Göttingen.

  • April 2016      Perspective and reflexivity: why reflexives resist being perspectival”. GLOW39 (Workshop I:                                               Perspectivization), University of Göttingen.

  • April 2016      Subject alternations in non-finite clauses: OC PRO vs. pro (with Thomas McFadden). NonFinite Subjects                         Conference, Université de Nantes, France.

  • Jan. 2016       Obligatory Control under modality: Real Exceptions to Visser’s Generalisation and ‘Proxy’ control” (with                           Aaron Doliana). Pronouns: Morphosyntax, Semantics, Processing, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil.

  • Jan. 2016       A unified treatment of two silent pronouns:provs. PRO” (with Thomas McFadden). Pronouns:                                             Morphosyntax, Semantics, Processing, UniversidadeFederal da Bahia, Brazil.

  • Oct. 2015        Failure to control isn’t a failure: it’s pro (with Thomas McFadden). NELS 46, University of Montreal,                                   Canada.

  • Sept. 2015      Accepted but not presented: “Failure to control isn’t a failure: it’s pro” (with Thomas McFadden).                                       Workshop - How to Make Things Happen in the Grammar: the Implementation of Obligatoriness.                                     TbiLLC 2015. Tbilisi, Georgia.

  • Sept. 2015      Accepted but not presented: Asymmetry effects as a movement diagnostic in ditransitives. LAGB                                   Annual Meeting 2015, University College, London.

  • May 2015        The finiteness/pro-drop generalization. Cambridge Comparative Syntax (CamCos) 4, University of                                    Cambridge.

  • April 2015       Different routes to reflexivity: Voice vs. Perspective. The Fifth Formal Approaches to South Asian                                      Languages Workshop (FASAL 5), Yale University.

  • March 2015    Prosodic EPP, no formal features!” (with Thomas McFadden). AG 3: Whatdrives syntactic computation?                            Alternatives to formal features. DGfS 37,Universität Leipzig.

  • Sept. 2014      Towards a syntax-semantics of linguistic perspective” (with Hazel Pearson). LAGB Annual Meeting                                  2014, Oxford.

  • July 2014        Accepted but not presented: Isolating default nominative case from the distractions of finiteness and                             control (with Thomas McFadden). 1st Seminar on Control and Finiteness at USP, São Paulo, Brazil.

  • June 2014       In support of an articulated event layer” (with Thomas McFadden). OlomoucLinguistics Colloquium                                  (Olinco), University of Olomouc, Czech Republic.

  • April 2014       In support of an articulated event layer (with Thomas McFadden). GLOW37 (main session), CRISSP,                                 Brussels.

  • Feb. 2014       A new type of Anaphor Agreement Effect. Agreement Workshop, Recife.

  • Nov. 2013       A new type of Anaphor Agreement Effect: insights into the form-meaning                                                                             connection. Pronouns@Tübingen, Universität of Tübingen.

  • Oct. 2013        In support of an articulated v layer: evidence from Tamil. Little v workshop, University of Leiden.

  • Oct. 2013        Perspectival binding: a Dravidian perspective into Germanic. Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop                           (CGSW), Universität Leipzig.

  • Sept. 2013      Accepted but not presented. Perspectives on reflexivity and the get-passive:new insights from                                         Tamil. Colloque de Syntaxe et Sémantique à Paris (CSSP),University of Paris 7.

  • Sept. 2013      Accepted but not presented. A perspectival strategy to reflexivity: the Tamil kol morpheme. Workshop:                           Challenging reflexive strategies, SLE 46, University of Split, Croatia.

  • March 2013   A syntactic treatment of logophoricity and anaphoricity: evidence from verbal agreement. GLOW 36                                 (main session), University of Lund, Sweden.

  • Dec. 2011      The functional projections of monsters.” State of the Sequence 2, CASTL,University of Tromsø.

  • Aug. 2011      Reflexivity vs. Reflexivity effects: a unified syntactico-semantics for Dravidian kol. World of Reflexives                            workshop, Utrecht University, Netherlands.

  • May 2011       A plea for syntax: monsters, agreement, and de se. The 21st Semantics and Linguistics Theory                                        Conference (SALT 21), Rutgers.

  • April 2011     A syntactic feature-calculus and double-access analysis for indexical shift inTamil. GLOW 34, Vienna,                              Austria.

  • Feb. 2011      Monstrous agreement, de se attitudes, anaphora: evidence from Tamil. DGFS 11: Grammar of Attitudes,                          University of Göttingen.

  • Dec. 2010      Nominative case is independent of finiteness and agreement” (joint talk withThomas McFadden), BCGL5,                        Case at the Interfaces, Brussels.

  • Dec. 2010     Accepted but not presented. An allomorphy hypothesis for pro and overt anaphors. On Linguistic                                     Interfaces II (OnLI II), Ulster, UK.

  • Oct. 2010      Monstrous agreement, anaphora, and context: evidence from Tamil. NELS41, University of Pennsylvania.

  • Sept. 2010    Monstrous agreement: a peculiar binding phenomenon in Tamil. Workshop on Peculiar Binding                                       Configurations, Universität Stuttgart.

  • Aug. 2010     Monstrous agreement and anaphora. GLOW-in-Asia VIII, Beijing.

  • June 2010    PRO and anaphors are syntactically conditioned allomorphs. Workshop onTheoretical Morphology 5,                               Wittenberg.

  • June 2010     Monstrous agreement: evidence from Tamil. Workshop: “Between you and me: local pronouns across                            modalities, Nijmegen.

  • May 2010     A reductionist treatment of control and anaphora. Linguists of Tomorrow, Nicosia.

  • Dec. 2009     A phase-based account of the PRO/anaphor distinction. ConSOLE XVIII, Barcelona.

  • Oct. 2009      Control and anaphora: a reductionist treatment. South Asian Language Analysis (SALA) XXVIII, Denton.

  • June 2009    DPs are selected, not licensed: evidence from Tamil and other languages”(with Thomas McFadden).                               Syntax Workshop, “Roots” conference, Universität Stuttgart.

  • May 2009     A selectional account of DP distribution (with Thomas McFadden). Generative Grammatik des Südens                            (GGS), Leipzig.

  • Oct. 2008     Nominative subjects in Tamil nonfinite clauses (with Thomas McFadden). South Asian Language Analysis                     (SALA) roundtable meeting, Madison, Wisconsin.

  • April 2006   Dative alternation in Tamil: a non-derivational approach. WCCFL 25, Seattle, Washington.

  • Feb. 2006    Two argument structures for Tamil ditransitives.” 30th Penn LinguisticsColloquium (PLC), UPenn.

  • April 2005   A unified semantic analysis of the -aa marker in Tamil. Penn WorkingGroup in Language (PWGL), UPenn. 

  • Spring 2004 Negation in Tamil and issues of scope and NPI licensing” (with Sudha Arunachalam). South Asian                                   Language Analysis (SALA) roundtable, Austin.

 
 
 

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