Presentations

2017

Hirsch, Aron. Only, modals, and pseudo-clefts. Colloquium, McGill.  (handout)
Hirsch, Aron. A uniform semantics for cross-categorial operators. Colloquium, UCLA. (handout)
Hirsch, Aron. Fragments, pseudo-clefts, and ellipsis. LSA 91, Austin.  (handout)

2016

Zehr, J., A. Hirsch, A. Bacovcin, & F. Schwarz. Priming local accommodation of hard triggers in disjunction. NELS 47, UMass.  (handout)
Quek, Y. & A. Hirsch. Separating focus meanings and focus forms in Standard and Colloquiual Singapore English. NELS 47, UMass. (poster)
Hirsch, Aron. Disjoined questions as mention-some questions. SuB 21, Edinburgh.  (handout)
Hirsch, A., F. Schwarz, & J. Zehr. Presupposition projection from disjunction in online processing. SuB 21, Edinburgh.  (poster

2015

Hirsch, Aron & Michael Wagner. Right node raising, scope, and plurality. Amsterdam Colloquium.  (handout)
Hirsch, Aron. "DP conjunction" as vP conjunction: a case for conjunction reduction. NELS 46, Concordia.  (handout)
Hirsch, Aron. A compositional semantics for wh-ever free relatives. Sinn und Bedeutung 20, Tuebingen. (poster)
Hirsch, Aron & Michael Wagner.  Rightward movement affects prosody phrasing. ETAP 3, Illinois.
Hirsch, Aron. An unexceptional semantics for expressions of exception. PLC 39.  (handout)
Brillman, Ruth & Aron Hirsch. An anti-locality account of English subject/non-subject asymmetries.  LSA 89, Portland.
Hirsch, Aron. Exhaustive answers and polarity-mismatch. LSA 89, Portland.  (poster)

2014

Hirsch, Aron & Michael Wagner.  Prosodic evidence that parentheticals are placed by rightward movement.  NELS 45, MIT.  (handout)
Hirsch, Aron. Exhaustivity and polarity-mismatch. CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing.
Brillman, Ruth & Aron Hirsch. Don’t move too close. CLS 50.   (handout)
Hirsch, Aron & Martin Hackl. Incremental processing and presupposition evaluation in disjunction.  Linguistic Evidence, Tuebingen.
Hirsch, Aron & Martin Hackl. Incremental processing and presupposition evaluation in disjunction.  LSA 88, Minneapolis.

2013

Hirsch, Aron. Is the domain for weight computation the syllable or the interval?  Phonology 2013, UMass Amherst.  (slides)
Hirsch, Aron & Martin Hackl. Incremental presupposition evaluation in disjunction.  NELS 44, University of Connecticut.  (slides)
Hirsch, Aron & Michael Wagner. Topicality and its effect on prosodic prominence: the context creation paradigm.  LSA 87, Boston.

2011

Hirsch, Aron & Michael Wagner. Syntactic differences in the reliability of prosodic disambiguation.  ETAP 2, McGill.
Hirsch, Aron & Michael Wagner. Context and prominence in English intransitive sentences. ETAP 2, McGill.
Hirsch, Aron & Michael Wagner. Patterns of prosodic prominence in English intransitive sentences. GLOW 34, Vienna. (slides)