Ergative as a default case: Evidence from a Georgian dialect, 4th Workshop on Turkic and Languages in Contact with Turkic (Tu+4), NYU, Feb 16-17 [handout]
A Semantic Characterization of Turkish Nominalizations. Proceedings of WCCFL 36. [Draft]
A Modal Approach to Dative Subjects in Laz. Proceedings of NELS 48. [Draft]
Free Relatives and Correlatives in Wh-in-situ. [Paper] in Proceedings of NELS 47.
A Compositional Semantics for Turkish Correlatives. [Paper] in Proceedings of WAFL 12
The Logophoric Complementizer in Laz. [Paper] in Dilbilim Araştırmaları Dergisi [Journal of Linguistics Research]. (with Balkız Öztürk)
The Status of Roots in Event Composition: Laz. A pre-publication version of the paper in Lingue e linguaggio
Handouts, Manuscripts, Drafts
A Typology for Correlatives: A View from the Languages of the Caucasus. In Handbook of Languages of the Caucasus, Oxford University Press, ed. Maria Polinsky. (with Balkız Öztürk)
On Complex DPs in Turkish: Lessons for Inverse Linking and Scope Rigidity. Presented at SuSurrus at UMass-Amherst. [Handout]
A Nanosyntactic Approach to Transitivity Alternations. [early draft] [full paper in prep.]
Defining the Locality Conditions on Root Allomorphy in Laz. Ms. (with Daniel Margulis and Nick Longenbaugh)
2015 and before
An Empirical Critique of Cyclic Agree. Presented at ConSOLE XXII. [Handout]
Valency Vowels in Laz. Ms.
AGREE as a Unidirectional Operation: Evidence from Laz. [MA Thesis] from Boğaziçi University.
The Diachrony of Case Marking in Georgian: Ergativity and Specificity. Presented at Typology, Theory: Caucasus at Boğaziçi University. [email me for a copy of the handout]
A Minimalist Analysis of Laz-Georgian Applicatives. Ms. [email me for a copy]