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Papers and Presentations

As of yet I have no publications, but here is some of the work I have written and presented so far:

Papers:

“Cross-Linguistic Variation in Nominal Functional Sequences and Pronoun Types” – Qualifying Paper (comp), winter 2015: Cross-Linguistic Variation in Nominal Functional Sequences and Pronoun Types

“Nominal projections and pronoun types” – Master’s Major Research Paper (mémoire), summer 2013: Nominal Projections and Pronoun Types

Conference Presentations:

“Semantic conditioning of Unspecified Object Deletion” – presentation at the Canadian Linguistics Association, May 28, 2016, in Calgary, AB: Semantic conditioning of Unspecified Object Deletion

“Beyond modifiability: Diagnosing pronominal category in Japanese and Mandarin” – presentation at the Canadian Linguistics Association, June 1, 2015, in Ottawa, ON: Beyond modifiability: Diagnosing pronominal category in Japanese and Mandarin

“On the modifiability and syntactic category of pronouns in Japanese and Mandarin” – presentation at the MOTH Syntax Workshop, March 28, 2015, in Ottawa, ON: On the modifiability and syntactic category of pronouns in Japanese and Mandarin

“Plurality and Definiteness in Persian” – co-presentation with Gita Zareikar at the Bilingual Workshop in Theoretical Linguistics, Nov 29, 2014, in Ottawa, ON: Plurality and Definiteness in Persian

“Extensions of the Primeval Genitive: A Reply to Pesetsky (2013)” – co-presentation with Andrew McKishnie at the 9th annual meeting of the Slavic Linguistics Society, Sept 20, 2014, in Seattle, WA: Extensions of the Primeval Genitive: A Reply to Pesetsky (2013)

“On NPs, DPs, and their respective pronouns” – presentation at the MOTH Syntax Workshop, March 23, 2014, in Montréal, QC: On NPs, DPs, and their respective pronouns

“On the Relationship between Nominal Syntax and Pronoun Type” – presentation at the Bilingual Workshop in Theoretical Linguistics, Dec 6, 2013, in Waterloo, ON: On the Relationship between Nominal Syntax and Pronoun Type

“Noun phrases and non-projecting heads” – co-presentation with Dr. Rob Truswell at the Canadian Linguistics Association, June 2, 2013, in Victoria, BC: Noun phrases and non-projecting heads