Research

I recently completed an MPhil in General Linguistics at the University of Oxford, where I wrote my thesis on the processing of lifetime effects under the supervision of Dr E. Matthew Husband at the Language and Brain Lab.

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(Before data analysis)  

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(After data analysis)

 

Current and recent projects

Theoretical
  • Anaphoricity at the syntax-pragmatics interface
  • “Tenseless” languages
  • Future/Non-Future tense distinction in Chinese (with Nick Huang)
  • Classifier stacking (with Cater Fulang Chen)
  • Multiple dependency relations across languages
  • Universal quantification over nominals and events
  • The semantics of surprise-predicates
Experimental

 

For more details, check out Papers and Presentations.

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