To appear, with Philipp Weisser. Asymmetric Differential Object Marking in coordination: A problem for movement-based approaches. Linguistic Inquiry.
To appear. Licensing and Differential Object Marking: The view from Neo-Aramaic. Syntax.
2016. The morphosyntax of aspect stacking in Northeastern Neo-Aramaic. Glossa 1(1):49, 1-39.
2015, with Coppe van Urk. Aspect splits without ergativity: Agreement asymmetries in Neo-Aramaic. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 33:659-702.
2014. The syntax of OVS word order in Hixkaryana. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 32:1089-1104.
2017. Dropping the F-bomb: An argument for valued features as derivational time-bombs. NELS 47 Proceedings.
2016, with Ümit Atlamaz. Reanalyzing Indo-Iranian “stems”: A case study of Adıyaman Kurmanji. Tu+ 1 Proceedings.
2015. Morphological reversal in Amadiya as late agreement. WCCFL 33 Poster Proceedings.
2015, with Lauren Winans, Nina Hyams, and Jessica Rett. Children’s comprehension of syntactically-encoded evidentiality. NELS 45 Proceedings.
2014. Apparent last resort agreement in Senaya ditransitives. NELS 43 Proceedings.
2014, with Coppe van Urk. A novel aspect split in Senaya. CLS 48 Proceedings.
2012. Two last resort phenomena in Senaya (Neo-Aramaic). In Theories of Everything. In Honor of Ed Keenan. UCLA Working Papers in Linguistics.
2012, with Laura McPherson. Structural Person Case Constraint effects in progressives. WCCFL 30 Proceedings.
2012, with Coppe van Urk. Aspect-based agreement reversal in Neo-Aramaic. WCCFL 30 Proceedings.
2012. Hixkaryana: The syntax of Object Verb Subject word order. WCCFL 29 Poster Proceedings.
2012, with Ed Keenan. TP serialization in Malagasy. AFLA 18 Proceedings.
2009. News about the no-phrase: Specificational pseudoclefts in Malagasy. AFLA 16 Proceedings.
& In Prep
Resubmitted. Opacity in agreement. Edited volume on current issues in Minimalist approaches to agreement. Open Generative Syntax, Language Science Press.
Under revision, with András Bárány. Introduction. In Case, agreement, and their interactions: New perspectives on Differential Object Marking. Linguistische Arbeiten, Mouton de Gruyter.
Under review. Nominal licensing is driven by valued (phi-)features. GLOW Short Report Proceedings. Nordlyd special issue.
Selected Slides & Handouts
2018. The ins and outs of allomorphy in Turoyo (Neo-Aramaic). Handout from a talk presented at GLOW 41. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest.
(Earlier version of this work: 2018. The ins and outs of allomorphy in Turoyo (Neo-Aramaic). Handout from an invited talk in UChicago's Morphology and Syntax Workshop.)
2017, with Byron Ahn. What's in a (English) reflexive? Handout from a talk presented at NELS 48. University of Iceland.
2017. Nominal licensing is driven by valued (phi)-features. Slides from a talk at GLOW 40, Leiden University.
2016. A new model of nominal licensing. Handout from an invited talk given in the Syntax Brown Bag series. New York University.
2016. We just can’t agree about agreement. Handout of slides from a talk given on the panel on prospects for syntactic research over the next decade, at the UCLA Linguistics 50th Anniversary Celebration.
2016. Agreement in three parts: Match, Value, and Vocabulary Insertion. Slides from a talk given at LSA 90. Washington DC.
2015, with Ümit Atlamaz. Aspects of the Indo-Iranian “stem”. Handout from an invited talk given at Workshop on Aspect. Cornell University.
2015. Two ways to Agree in Neo-Aramaic. Handout from an invited talk given at Stony Brook University.
2011. Hixkaryana and a typology of OVS word order. Handout from a talk given at ALT 9. The University of Hong Kong.