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Department of Linguistics
Georgetown University
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Phone: (202) 687-5949
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Rubinstein, Aynat; Hillary Harner; Elizabeth Krawczyk; Daniel Simonson; Graham Katz; Paul Portner, "Toward Fine-grained Annotation of Modality in Text." In Proceedings of IWCS 2013 Workshop on Annotation of Modal Meanings in Natural Language (WAMM). Potsdam, Germany: Association for Computational Linguistics. 2013.  Download

Portner, Paul and Aynat Rubinstein, "Mood and Contextual Commitment." In Anca Chereches, ed., The Proceedings of SALT 22. CLC Publications, 461-487. 2013. Download

Katz, Graham, Paul Portner, and Aynat Rubinstein, "Ordering Combination for Modal Comparison." In Anca Chereches, ed., The Proceedings of SALT 22. CLC Publications, 488-507. 2013. Download

Portner, Paul and Aynat Rubinstein.  “Extreme and Non-Extreme Deontic Modals.”  In Nate Charlow and Matthew Chrisman, eds., Deontic Modality.  Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. 2016. Pre-print

Rubinstein, Aynat and Elena Herburger. "Is ‘more possible’ more possible in German?" The Proceedings of SALT 24. 2014. Download

Herburger, Elena. "Only if: If only we understood it." The Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung. 19 284. 2015. Download