(Feel free to e-mail me for any handouts that are not downloadable here!)
- Accounting for agreement variation in copulas. III Formal Linguistics Meeting in México (IIIELF). Universidad Autónoma de México (Mexico City, Mexico).
- [with Timothy Gutpon] Defective interrogative verbs in Brazilian Portuguese. III Formal Linguistics Meeting in México (IIIELF). Universidad Autónoma de México (Mexico City, Mexico).
- Syntactic reanalysis as internal change: exploring the dangers of intake. Diachronic Generative Syntax 23 (DiGS23). New York University (New York City, NY, USA).
*Given at the workshop: Child learners in syntactic change: theory and models*
- [with Timothy Gupton] U-la diferencia? The importance of Asturian for a microparametric account of Romance interrogatives. 1st International Conference of the Asturian Language (Madrid, Spain).
(This talk was presented via a running manuscript, which has been submitted for review.)
- Weak objects and nominal licensing. 52nd Linguistics Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL52). University of Wisconsin-Madison (Madison, WI, USA).
- How far does the PCC extend? Evidence from Romance causatives. Going Romance XXXV. University of Amsterdam/VU Amsterdam (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).
- Morphological distinctions for syntactic freedom: The PCC and causatives. Workshop on Linguistic Variation at the Interfaces II (VARINT21). Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain).
- Person Case Constraints and Causatives. Hispanic Linguistics Symposium 2021 (HLS2021). Wake Forest University (Winston-Salem, NC, USA).
- DOM, object shift, and the Distinctness Condition. Colloquium on Generative Grammar 30 (CGG30). Universidá d’Uviéu (Asturias, Spain).
- Probing for C: What Germanic can learn from Galician. 35th Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop (CGSW35). University di Trento (Trentino, Italy).
- [with Monica Alexandrina Irimia] DOM co-occurrence restrictions and their repair strategies: evidence from Galician & Romanian. 51st Linguistics Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL51). University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. (Champaign, IL, USA).
- Only syntactic movement will do: Morphosyntactic variation in Galician and Icelandic. Cambridge Comparative Syntax 9 (CamCos9). University of Newcastle (Newcastle, UK).
- Differential object marking and interface legibility. 50th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages 50 (LSRL50). University of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX, USA).
- *POSTPONED—COVID-19* How may grammaticalization precede degrammaticalization? A case from Galician. Third International Conference on Grammaticalization Theory and Data. University of Rouen (Rouen, France)
- *CANCELED—COVID-19* The step beyond renumeration is labeling. 6th Florida Linguistics Yearly Meeting (FLYM6). University of Florida (Gainesville, FL, USA).
- [with Tim Gupton] Brazilian Portuguese cadê as a morphologically defective verb. 23rd Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (HLS23). University Texas at El Paso (El Paso, TX, USA).
- Accounting for superfluous clitics in Romance: a case for f. 23rd Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (HLS23). University Texas at El Paso (El Paso, TX, USA).
- VSO and VOS orders: DOM and object shift in Galician. The Syntax and Semantics of Internal Arguments. University of Bucharest (Bucharest, Romania).
- [with Tim Gupton] Microvariation and tenselessness: two cases from Romance. Tenselessness 2. Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa (Lisboa, Portugal).
- From clitic to affix: nanoparameters and grammaticalization in Western Iberian. 21st Diachronic Generative Syntax Conference (DiGs21). Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona, USA).
- Ditropic cliticization, object shift, and phases: post-verbal subject positions in Galician. 49th Linguistics Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL49). University of Georgia (Athens, GA, USA).
- [with Joshua Bousquette] Two Kinds of Complementizer Agreement: What Galician can tell us about German. 25th Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference (GLAC25). University of Iowa (Iowa City, IA, USA).
- Bridging Western Germanic and Romance: C-AGR in Galician. 5th Florida Linguistics Yearly Meeting (FLYM5). University of Florida (Gainesville, FL, USA).