Papers

Dissertation

An inflexible semantics for cross-categorial operators.  MIT.  (full thesis)

Manuscripts

Hirsch, Aron. (2017). Disjoining questions. Ms., McGill.  (paper)
Hirsch, Aron. (2017). A case for conjunction reduction. Ms., MIT. (paper; currently in revision)
Hirsch, Aron & Michael Wagner. (2016). Variable prosodic phrasing in a theory of incremental production planning. Ms., MIT/McGill. (paper)

To appear

Hirsch, Aron, Jérémy Zehr, & Florian Schwarz. Presupposition projection from disjunction in online processing.  Proceedings of SuB 22.  (paper)
Brillman, Ruth & Aron Hirsch. An anti-locality account of English subject/non-subject asymmetries.  Proceedings of CLS 50.  (paper)

2017

Quek, Yihui & Aron Hirsch. Severing focus form and meaning in Standard and Colloquial Singapore English. Proceedings of NELS 47.  (paper)
Zehr, J, A. Hirsch, A. Bacovcin, & F. Schwarz. Priming local accommodation of hard triggers in disjunction.  Proceedings of NELS 47.  (paper)

2016

Hirsch, Aron. "DP conjunction" as vP conjunction: a case for conjunction reduction.  Proceedings of NELS 46.  (paper)
Hirsch, Aron. A compositional semantics for wh-ever free relatives. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 20.   (paper)
Hirsch, Aron. An unexceptional semantics for expressions of exception.  UPenn Working Papers in Linguistics.   (paper)

2015

Hirsch, Aron & Michael Wagner. Right node raising, scope, and plurality. Proceedings of the Amsterdam Colloquium.  (paper)
Hirsch, Aron & Michael Wagner. Rightward movement affects prosodic phrasing.  Proceedings of NELS 45.  (paper)

2014

Hirsch, Aron & Martin Hackl. Incremental presupposition evaluation in disjunction. Proceedings of NELS 44.  (paper)
Hirsch, Aron. What is the domain for weight computation: the syllable or the interval?  Proceedings of Phonology 2013.  (paper)