Handout for talk at Stanford Workshop on Head Movement

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Sep 172016
 
I’ve posted the handout for my recent talk, “What the PCC tells us about ‘abstract’ agreement, head movement, and locality” (presented at the Stanford Workshop on Head Movement). Download the handout here, or go to the talks & handouts page. UPDATE: A more up-to-date version of this work  … [read more] “Handout for talk at Stanford Workshop on Head Movement”

Bucharest crash-course on agreement

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Sep 132016
 
In late October, I will be teaching a two day crash-course on agreement, hosted by the University of Bucharest and the Institute of Linguistics of the Romanian Academy. The course is part of a larger France-Romania academic cooperation project headed by Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin of CNRS.

Handouts for talks in Leipzig (IGRA) & Berlin (ZAS)

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May 282016
 
I have posted the handouts for the two talks I gave in May 2016 in Germany:  … [read more] “Handouts for talks in Leipzig (IGRA) & Berlin (ZAS)”

Handout for NELS 46 talk: “Head movement, phrasal movement, and clitic doubling: towards a principled typology of locality conditions”

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Oct 172015
 
I’ve posted the handout for my recent talk, “Head movement, phrasal movement, and clitic doubling: towards a principled typology of locality conditions” (presented at NELS 46). Download the handout here, or go to the talks & handouts page. UPDATE: A more up-to-date version of this work is now available for download … [read more] “Handout for NELS 46 talk: “Head movement, phrasal movement, and clitic doubling: towards a principled typology of locality conditions””

Handout for Cornell talk: “Aspect-tense dissociations and their consequences for case & agreement”

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Oct 042015
 
I’ve posted the handout for my recent talk, “Aspect-tense dissociations and their consequences for case & agreement” (presented at the Cornell Workshop on Aspect). Download the handout here, or go to the talks & handouts page.