Presentations

Syntax

Mass-count distinction and nominal grounding in Korean and Japanese (ICKL 20, UHelsinki, Finland, June 27-29, 2017)

Classifiers and Mass-Count distinction in Japanese (TEAL 11, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, June 3-4, 2017)

Classifier systems in Mandarin Chinese & Japanese (CLA 2017, Ryerson University, Canada, May 27-29, 2017)

Discontinuous quantifiers in English, Japanese and Algonquian languages (CLA 2016, UCalgary, Canada, May 28-30, 2016)

An applicative approach to Major Object Constuctions in East Asian Languages (poster, WCCFL 34, U. of Utah, US, April 29- May 1, 2016)

A non-floating variety of NQs in Japanese: VP-internal collective-manner adverbial (poster, FAJL 8, Mie Univ., Japan, Feb 18-20, 2016)

Applicative Approach to Major Obj in Korean (ICKL 19, July 25, UChicago)

Against Long Distance Case Assignment (TEAL 10, TUFS, June 14, 2015)

Non-floating collective quantifiers in Japanese (CLA 2015, uottawa, June 1, 2015)

Direct ‘Indirect’ Passives (MOTH 3, uottawa, March 29, 2015)

Major Subject Constructions in Japanese (BWTL 17, uottawa, Nov. 29, 2014)

Algonquian

Discontinuous quantifiers in Michif (poster, CLA 2017, Ryerson University, Canada, May 27-29, 2017), with Kathleen Strader (uottawa).

Relative clauses in Michif (CLA 2016, UCalgary, May 28-30, 2016), with Kathleen Strader (uottawa).

A labeling approach to sentence derivation in Ojibwe (WSCLA 21, UQAM, April 1-3)

Discontinuous DPs in Michif: a preverbal focus position (Algonquian conference 47, University of Manitoba, Oct 25, 2015), with Kathleen Strader (uottawa)

Phonology

Repair strategies for failed feature specification in Japanese: Evidence from loanwords, a reversing language game & blending (poster, AMP 4, USC, USA, Oct 21-23)

Realization of moras in Japanese: an analysis of a reversing language game. (MOLT, Carleton Univ., Canada, March 18, 2016)

Mora and Sakasa Kotoba (WAFL 11, U of York, June 6, 2015) with Dr. Sara Mackenzie (MUN) — Emphasis on realization and representation of special moras

Mora and Sakasa Kotoba (CLA 51, uottawa, June 1, 2015) with Dr. Sara Mackenzie (MUN)– Emphasis on intermediate representations

Evidence for the mora: an analysis of a reversing language game (CUNY Phonology forum, Jan 17, 2014) with Dr. Sara Mackenzie (MUN) — Emphasis on an OT analysis of the game

Pedagogy

Bridging theoretical linguistics and pedagogy (LACUS, St. Mary’s, Canada Aug 2-4, 2016)