Publications / Présentations

CV May 2017

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À paraître / To appear

à paraître          (avec. G. Piggott & Lisa Travis) The Possessive Structure of Ojibwe: Support from Cupeño. dans les actes du Workshop on Structure and Consituency in the Languages of the Americas 2016. Megan Keough (ed.) UBC Working Papers in Linguistics.

à paraître           Modularity and Derivation at the Syntax-Phonology Interface. pour publication en Bosch, A. & S. J. Hannahs eds. The Routledge Handbook   of Phonological Theory. Routledge Handbooks in Linguistic Theory.

à paraître          Segmental Processes.  The Routledge Handbook of North American Languages. Daniel Siddiqi, Michael Barrie, Carrie Gillon, Jason Haugen, et Eric Mathieu (eds). Routledge. NY.

à paraître          Bracketing Paradoxes in Morphology. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Morphology. Rochelle Lieber et. al. (eds.) Oxford University Press.

À venir / Upcoming

2017                    TBA. Linguistics Colloquium Series. University of Connecticut. 13 oct.

2017                    TBAWorkshop: “What is a word”. University of Zurich. 14-15 déc.

Manuscrits / Manuscripts

ms (2016)          English Lexical Levels are not Lexical, but Phonological (sous révision)

ms (2016)          The shape of phonological rules, conspiracies, and the elsewhere condition (sous révision)

2017

2017                Typological Tendencies in Phonological ConspiraciesVariation and universals in language: The implications of typological evidence for formal grammar. Crecchio Workshop. 9 juin.

2017               (avec Tobias Scheer) Prosodic domains: overthrowing the hierarchy. MfM 25. University of Manchester. 26 mai. 

2017               (avec M. Noonan, G. Piggott, et L. Travis) The Structure of  Words at the Interfaces. OUP.

2017                ‘Nested Phase Interpretation and the PIC’. Dans The Structure of Words at the interfaces. Newell, M. Noonan, G. Piggott, et L. Travis eds. OUP.

2017.              (avec, M. Noonan, L. Travis, et G. Piggott) Introduction. Dans The Structure of Words at the interfaces. Newell, M. Noonan, G. Piggott, et L. Travis eds. OUP.

2017                What’s in a word? Canadian Linguistics Annual Undergraduate Symposium (CLAUSE). Concordia University. 7 avril.

2017                 There Is No Word. Implications For The Phonology-Syntax InterfaceGLOW 40. Leiden. March 14.

2017                  Phonological Phrasing and Adjunction. MOT 2017. UQAM. March 25.

2016

2016                (avec O. Kilbourn-Ceron, M. Noonan, & L. Travis) Phonological Domains vs. Root Suppletion in H. Harley & D. Siddiqi eds. Morphological Metatheory. Benjamins.

2016                Phonological Affixation. The Word and the Morpheme. Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. 22-24 sept. (invited)

2016                (avec Markus Pöchtrager) The case of the missing possessive morpheme. MoMOT. Carleton University. Nov. 20

2016                (avec Markus Pöchtrager) An underlying (s)ɪ(n). Phonological Theory Agora : Meeting 3. Tours. 14 oct.

2016                The Ontology of English morpho-phonology. 24th Manchester Phonology Meeting (MfM). University of Manchester. 26-28 mai.

2016                (avec Glyne Piggott et Lisa Travis). Linking Syntax to Phonology in Possession.  The annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistics Association (CLA). University of Calgary. 28-30 mai.

2016                (avec Glyne Piggott et Lisa Travis). The Possessive Structure of Ojibwe: Support from Cupeño. Workshop on Structure and Consituency in the Languages of the Americas. UQAM. 2 avril.

2016                The Pathology of Level-Specific Morpho-Phonology. Montreal-Ottawa-Laval-Toronto Phonology Workshop (MOLT). Carleton University. 19 mars.

2016                (avec Glyne Piggott et Lisa Travis). The Phonology of Possession. Old World Conference in Phonology. Eötvös Loránd University and the Research Institute of Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. 14 janv.

2015

2015                Phonology without Strata. in Vinerte, S. (ed). Actes du Congrès de l’ACL 2015 -2015 CLA Conference Proceedings.

2015                Phase Shift. Spell-Out and the Syntax-Phonology Interface. Universitetet I Tromsø. 23 avril (invited)

2015                Being nitPICy. Phonological Theory Agora : Meeting 1. Lublin. 22 juin

2015                Implications of ‘Multi-Stratal’ Affixes. Approaches to Phonology and Phonetics (APAP). Maria Curie-Skldowska University, Lublin. 19-21 juin

2015                Phonology Without Strata. The annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association (CLA). University of Ottawa. 30 mai – 1er juin

2015                Illusory Strata. Montreal-Ottawa-Laval-Toronto Phonology Workshop (MOLT). University of Toronto. 14 mars

2015                Structural Sensitivity in Phonology : Phonological Persistence. Old World Conference in Phonology. Universitat de Barcelona. 30 janv.

2014

2014                (avec G. Piggott) Interactions at the syntax-phonology interface: evidence from Ojibwe. Lingua. 150. p. 332-362.

2014               (avec M. Kozlowska et S. Springer) Actes de Congrès de la  2ème Meeting on English Language Teaching (MELT), (UQAM)

2014                One Repair Strategy or Two?: The Implications of Phonological Persistence.  Carleton Speaker Series. Carleton University. 7 nov. (invited)

2014                Phonological Persistence. 8th North American Phonology Conference (NAPhC). Concordia University. 10 mai (invited)

2014                Pruning Phonological Tree Structure : An Argument Against Clear-Cutting. Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto-Hamilton Phonology Workshop (MOTH) /Montreal-Ottawa-Laval-Toronto Syntax Workshop (MOLT) : MO{L}T{H}. McGill University. 22 mai

2014                Representation and Linearization: Interface Issues. Reading Tobias Scheer. EHESS. Paris. Feb 6-8.

2014                Nested Phase Interpretation and the PIC. University College London Phonology Reading Group. 11 févr.

2013

2013                (avec M. Kozlowska et S. Springer) Actes de Congrès de la  1ère Meeting on English Language Teaching (MELT), (UQAM)

2013                Ma grand-mère est possédée. Mercredis moins niaiseux. UQAM. 13 nov.

2013                Domaines phonologiques. Université Laval. 5 juin

2012

2012                Nested Phase Interpretation and the PIC. Exploring the Interfaces: Word Structure. McGill University. 6 mai (invited)

2011

2011                (avec Eva Dobler, Glyne Piggott, Tobin Skinner, Mina Sugimura, and Lisa Travis). Narrow syntactic movement after spell-out. Centro de Linguistica da Universidade Nova de Lisboa – Fórum Linguística da Nova

2009

2009                (avec Eva Dobler, Glyne Piggott, Tobin Skinner, Mina Sugimura et Lisa Travis). Narrow syntactic movement after Spell-Out. Minimal Approaches to Syntactic Locality (MASL). Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

2008

2008               Aspects of the morphology and phonology of phases. Doctoral Dissertation. McGill University.

2008                (avec Eva Dobler, Glyne Piggott, Tobin Skinner et Lisa Travis). Features, phrase structure, and movement after Spellout. Bilingual Workshop in Theoretical Linguistics (BWiTL08). University of Ottawa.

2007

2007                (avec Tobias Sheer) Procedural First. The Poznan Linguistic Meeting. Adam Mickiewicz University.

2006

2006                (avec G. Piggott) The Spell-Out of Lexical Categories Within Ojibwa Words. McGill Working Papers in Linguistics. 20:2. p. 39-64 2006

2006                (avec G. Piggott) The morphological control of phonology within Ojibwa lexical categoriesProceedings of the 37th Algonquian Conference. p. 269-289

2006                Semantically Vacuous Double Affixation: A PF Interface Effect. The 14th Manchester Phonology Meeting (MFM). Manchester University.

2006                (avec G. Piggott) Achieving explanatory adequacy: the form-meaning correlation in Ojibwa possessive constructions. The North American Phonology Conference (NAPhC) 4. Concordia University.

2006                Morpho-Phonological Imperfection: Double Affixation as a PF Interface Effect. The Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto Phonology Workshop (MOT). York University/University of Toronto.

2005

2005                The Phonological Phase. McGill Working Papers in Linguistics. 19:2. p. 21-64.

2005                Bracketing Paradoxes and Particle Verbs: A late Adjunction Analysis. In Sylvia Blaho, Luis Vicente & Erik Schoorlemmer (eds.). Proceedings of Console XIII.  University of Leiden. ISSN: 1574-499X. p. 249-272.

2005                A Late Adjunction Solution to Bracketing Paradoxes. Proceedings of the 35th annual meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS). p. 451-462

2005                (avec G. Piggott) The spell-out of lexical categories within Ojibwa words. The 37th Algonquian Conference. Carleton University.

2005                (avec G. Piggott) Morphologically-controlled phonology: The spell-out of lexical categories within words. The 13th Manchester Phonology Meeting (MFM). University of Manchester.

2005                (avec G. Piggott) Morphologically-controlled phonology: The spell-out of lexical categories within words. The Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto Phonology Workshop (MOT). McGill University.

2004

2004                (avec Y. Furukawa) McGill Working Papers in Linguistics. Vol 19.1

2004                (avec L. Barragan) Cupeño Morphology is Inherently Stressful. Proceedings of the 32nd Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL). Vol. 15. 10-22.

2004                The phonological Phase. The Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto Phonology Workshop (MOT). University of Ottawa.

2004                A late adjunction solution to bracketing paradoxes. The 35th conference of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS). University of Connecticut.

2003

2003                 (avec L. Barragan) The Morpho-Syntax of Stress in Cupeño. Homecoming Graduate Research Exposition, McGill University. (affiche invité)

2003                (avec L. Barragan) Cupeño Morphology is Inherently Stressful. The 32nd Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL). University of Arizona.

2003                (avec E. Dobler and C. McCarthy) Case from Within: Inflected Infinitives in Hungarian and Portuguese. The Centre for Research on Language, Mind, and Brain (CRLMB). McGill University.

2000

2000                Dialect topography of the golden horseshoe survey: Kingston and the vanishing isogloss between Canada and the US. In ed. E. Gold and J. McAlpine. Strathy Undergraduate Working Papers on Canadian English. Vol 1. 72-81.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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