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Quantifier particles and compositionality. 19th Amsterdam Colloquium invited talk, Dec 18-20, 2013.
Dissecting Quantifiers. SCILLS, Aug 24-28, 2013.
Vajon kérdés-e, vagy nem? `Is it a question or not, I wonder’. ICSH11 invited talk, Aug 28-31, 2013.
Operations in partially ordered sets, and some linguistic applications. NYU, 3-7-2013.
Compositionality in quantifier phrases and quantifier words. Lectures at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 10-16, 10-17, 10-18, 2012.
Compositionality without word boundaries: (the) more and (the) most. SALT 22 invited talk, 5-19-2012.
Word-less compositionality: case studies in quantification. UCLA, 2-24-2012.
Compositionality in quantifier words. Taipei Workshop, 6-18-2011.
Trying to make sense of some negative markers, eventually. NYU Semantics Group, 10-14-2011.
Each what? Individual-key and event-key distribution. Stuttgart, 7-15-2011.
Superlatives and Co. NYU Seminar, 2-9-2011.
A korla'tolt felelősse'g grammatika'ja. TLP, Budapest, 11-26-2010.
Certain verbs are syntactically explicit quantifiers. Riga Symposium, 11-20-2010.
Infinitives vs. subjunctives: What do we learn from obviation and from exemptions from obviation? NYU Seminar, 3-23-2010.
Overt subjects in infinitival control and raising complements. Harvard, 2-22-2008.
What natural classes of (weak) islands? Mayfest, Maryland, 2008.
Model theory versus proof theory vis-a-vis natural language semantics. New Directions for Proof Theory in Linguistics, ESSLLI, Dublin, 2007.
Do negative polarity items facilitate the processing of decreasing inferences? Sixteenth Amsterdam Colloquium, 2007.
How unitary are intervention effects? Brussels, 2006.
Polarity: Some questions for discussion. Workshop on Polarity from Different Perspectives, NYU, March 2005.
Captain Nonnemo travels to the Positive Pole, the Negative Pole, and Negative Concordia. Sinn und Bedeutung VII, Konstanz, 2002.
Semantics Tutorial. CUNY Sentence Processing, 2002.