Hadas Kotek publishes 4 proceedings papers on the interpretation of A-bar structures
Lecturer Hadas Kotek has recently published four papers in conference proceedings for Sinn und Bedeutung (SuB), Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT), and the North East Linguistic Society (NELS). These papers all reflect her research interest in using A-bar structures (such as wh-questions and relative clauses) to explore the syntax/semantics interface, and three of them represent joint work with Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine (National University of Singapore). See the links below for the abstracts and papers.
- SuB 20: “On the semantics of wh-questions”
- SuB 20 (with Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine): “Intervention effects in relative pronoun pied-piping: Experimental evidence”
- SALT 26 (with Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine): “Tanglewood untangled”
- NELS 46 (with Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine): “Unifying definite and indefinite free relatives: Evidence from Mayan”