Kyle Rawlins

Associate Professor, Cognitive Science Department

Research section updated

The research section of my website (not to mention other parts, including this blog) had gotten quite out of date, and everything has now been thoroughly updated. Some work that has appeared recently:

  • A paper in NLS on unconditionals. This is a new (completely static, correlative based) analysis from what was in my dissertation.
  • A paper in a Springer volume on Cresswell’s “adverbs of space and time”, which I argue are really temporal adverbs. Two major focuses are scope effects, but also the complicated interaction of these adverbs with comparatives and measure phrases.
  • A paper on polar and alternative questions in L&P, joint with María Biezma.