Papers

2017. Natalia Talmina, Arnold Kochari, and Jakub Szymanik. Quantifiers and verification strategies: connecting the dots. In A. Cremers, T. van Gessel, F. Roelofsen (eds.) Proceedings of the 21th Amsterdam Colloquium, pp. 465-473. [pdf]

2017. Natalia Talmina. Quantifiers and verification strategies: connecting the dots. MSc thesis, University of Amsterdam. [pdf]

2017. Laura Aina, Natalia Philippova, Valentin Vogelmann, and Raquel Fernandez. Referring expressions and communicative success in task-oriented dialogues. In Proceedings of the 21st SemDial Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (SaarDial). [pdf]

2017. Natalia Philippova. Prepositional phrase vs. bare instrumental: the trajectory of motion in Russian. In S. Luraghi, T. Nikitina and C. Zanchi (eds.) Space in diachrony.

Presentations

2018. Natalia Talmina and Kyle Rawlins. Mental state verbs, endorsement readings, and Theory of Mind. AMLaP. Berlin, Germany, Sep 6-8.

2017. Natalia Talmina, Arnold Kochari, and Jakub Szymanik. Quantifiers and verification strategies: connecting the dots. The 21th Amsterdam Colloquium. Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Dec 20–22.

2017. Laura Aina, Natalia Philippova, Valentin Vogelmann, and Raquel Fernandez. Referring expressions and communicative success in task-oriented dialogues. The 21st SemDial Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (SaarDial). Saarbrucken, Germany, Aug 15–17.

2016. Natalia Philippova. Scope and specificity of Russian indefinites. HSE Semantics & Pragmatics Workshop. Moscow, Russia, Sep 30–Oct 1.

2015. Natalia Philippova. Prepositional phrase vs. bare instrumental: the trajectory of motion in Russian. Slavic Linguistics Society Annual Meeting. Heidelberg, Germany, Sep 4–6.

2015. Natalia Philippova and Natalia Zevakhina. Classes of adjectives and modifiers: not just lexical semantics. Poster presented at Formal Semantics Meets Cognitive Semantics. Nijmegen, the Netherlands, Jan 22–23.