Publications

If you need access to any of the following publications, email me and I'll send them to you.

-Dissertation-

(2022) The Silence of Syntax: A theory of ellipsis licensing and identity.  The University of Chicago


-Peer Reviewed Journal Articles & Conference Proceedings-

(2023) w/Andrés Saab. On an undocumented type of predicate ellipsis in Spanish and its consequences for the theory of ellipsis licensing. Isogloss

(2023) Unveiling Topic-Remnant Elided Polar Questions: A new elliptical construction in Spanish and its consequences for the Identity Condition. Borealis. An International Journal of Hispanic Linguistics

(2022) w/Eszter Ronai. Experimentally testing the interpretation of multiple sluicing and multiple questions. The Linguistic Review 

(2022) P-omission in ellipsis in Spanish: Evidence for syntactic identity. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory

(2021) w/Ming Xiang. Experimental Evidence on Island Effects in Spanish Relative Clauses. Probus

(2021) w/Eszter Ronai. Is Multiple Fronting Necessary for Multiple Sluicing? The View from Hungarian. Proceedings of the 38th Meeting of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics

(2021) Ellipsis requires syntactic and semantic identity: Evidence from Fragment Questions in Spanish. Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America

(2021) w/Eszter Ronai. Variation in the size of nominal ellipsis in Hungarian: Evidence from nouns and pronouns. Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America

(2020) w/Eszter Ronai. NP ellipsis bleeds allomorphy in Hungarian. Snippets 39

(2020) w/Eszter Ronai. Adjectival sluices in Hungarian: an argument for isomorphic sources. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory

(2019) P-stranding in ellipsis in Spanish does not arise from copular sources. Proceedings of the 49th Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society



-Manuscripts-

Mixed-identity requirements in ellipsis. The case of Topic-Remnant Elided Questions in Spanish. Accepted with minor revisions - Syntax [email me for a copy]