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Talks & presentations

Invited talks

Preverbal fields in Hungarian in infinitival complements
Linguistic Colloquium, Department of Linguistics, University of Bielefeld, Germany 1 June 2016

Exhaustive interpretation in Focus
"Vonzában és változában" Conference, University of Pécs, Hungary, 21 December 2012

A Context-based Focus Analysis
Discourse Pragmatics Seminar, Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Osnabrück, Germany, 25 May 2011

Structural Focus and Obligatory Implicatures
LingLunch Seminar, Department of Linguistics, University College London, UK, 24 February 2011

Inquisitive Dialogue Analysis
Department of Linguistics, University College London, UK 2 December 2008

Submitted talks & presentations

2017
On the syntax-semantics interface of verbal modifiers in Hungarian (with Rainer Osswald)
Talk at the International Conference on Role and Reference Grammar (RRG-2017), University of Tokyo, Japan, 1-3 August 1–3 2017

Additive particles and information structure coding across languages (with Anja Latrouite and Robert Van Valin, Jr)
Talk at the Workshop on Not-at-Issue meaning and Information Structure, University of Oslo, 8–10 May 2017.

Projectivity and information structure in Hungarian that-clauses
Talk at the 18th Workshop on the Roots of Pragmasemantics, Szklarska Poreba, Poland, 3-6 March 2017

2016
A frame-based analysis of verbal particles in Hungarian (with Rainer Osswald).
Talk at the Cognitive Structures: Linguistic, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives Conference (CoSt2016), 15–17 September 2016

Marked morphosyntactic constructions: a cross-linguistic study on the constraints and triggers (with Anja Latrouite)
Talk at the Cognitive Structures: Linguistic, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives Conference (CoSt2016), 15–17 September 2016

A frame-based analysis of verbal particles in Hungarian (with Rainer Osswald)
Poster presentation at the 21st Sinn und Bedeutung Conference (SuB21), University of Edinburgh, 4–6 September 2016

Structural focus and discourse structure in Hungarian narratives
Poster presentation at the 20th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue (SemDial-JerSem 2016), Rutgers University, USA, 16–18 July 2016

Verbal fields in Hungarian simple sentences and in ifinitival clausal complements
Talk at the 12th International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms (TAG+12), Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf, Germany, 29 June – 1 July 2016

A frame-based account of the syntax-semantics interface of verbal particles in Hungarian (with Rainer Osswald)
Talk at the 17th Workshop on the Roots of Pragmasemantics, Szklarska Poreba, Poland, 4–7 March 2016

2015
Hungarian preverbal fields in complex sentences
Talk at the 11th Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation (TbiLLC 2015), Tbilisi, Georgia, 21–26 September 2015

Hungarian Grammar Writing with LTAG and XMG
Poster presentation at the 18th International Conference on Text, Speech and Dialogue (TSD). Plzen. Czech Republic. 14–17 September 2015.

Hungarian verbal complexes and the pre-verbal field: towards an MCTAG analysis
Talk at the 16th Workshop on the Roots of Pragmasemantics. Szklarska Poreba. Poland. 20–23 February 2015.

2013
LTAG semantics for issues around focusing
Talk at the 10th Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic and Computation (TbiLLC). Gudauri. Georgia. 23–27 September 2013.

2012
Hungarian Pre-verbal Focus and Exhaustivity
Talk at Logic and Engineering of Natural Language Semantics 9 (LENLS 9). Miyazaki, Japan. 30 November – 2 December 2012.

Representing Focus in LTAG
poster presented at the 11th International Workshop on Tree Adjoining Grammars and Related Formalisms (TAG+11). INRIA, Paris.

2010
Exclusiveness Implicatures in Linguistic Answers
talk at the ESSLLI 2010 Workshop on Theories of Information Dynamics and Interaction and their Application to Dialogue (TIDIAD-10), Copenhagen, Denmark, 17 august 2010