GME:

Presentations

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Department of Linguistics
Georgetown University
Washington, DC 20057
Phone: (202) 687-5949
portnerp@georgetown.edu

Rubinstein, Aynat, Dan Simonson, Joo Chung, Hillary Harner, Graham Katz, and Paul Portner. "Developing a methodology for modality type annotations on a large scale." Presented at the Modality Workshop at Ottawa University. 2012.  Download

Rubinstein, Aynat. A crosslinguistic constraint on the expression of deontic modality. International Congress of
Linguists. Geneva. 2013.

Herburger, Elena. Conditional Perfection: The truth and the whole truth. Semantics and Linguistic Theory. Stanford. 2015.

Portner, Paul and Aynat Rubinstein. Contextual commitment and desiderative verbs. International Congress of
Linguists. Geneva. 2013.

Portner, Paul. Imperatives and gradable modality. Linguistics and Philosophy Editors Conference. Frankfurt, Germany. 2013.

Aynat Rubinstein. On necessity and comparison. USC Deontic Modality Workshop. Los Angeles, CA. 2013.

Rubinstein, Aynat, Dan Simonson, Joo Chung, and Hillary Harner.  "Categorizing modals with Amazon Mechanical Turk." Poster presentation at 2nd MACSIM Workshop.