I am a first-year PhD student at UConn Linguistics. My core research interest lies in natural language semantics and its neighboring fields, i.e. syntax-semantics, semantics-pragmatics and philosophy of language. I am also active in UConn Meaning Group and UConn Logic Group.
Recent and Upcoming
- October 5-7, 2018: I will present a poster “Toward a unified analysis of Japanese evidential youda: a Causal Bayesian approach” (with Muyi Yang) at NELS 49. The abstract is here.
- July 27, 2018: I will give a talk “Toward a unified analysis of Japanese evidential youda: a Causal Bayesian approach” (with Muyi Yang) at Semantics Research Group in Tokyo.
- July 2, 2018: I gave a talk on Japanese counterfactuals (with Stefan Kaufmann) @ Ritsumeikan, Kyoto.
- June 28, 2018: Muyi Yang and I presented our work on Japanese accent shift at 記述研 (Kijutsu-ken) @ Kyoto University.
- April 26-28, 2018: I gave a talk “Past-as-Past in Japanese counterfactuals” (with Stefan Kaufmann) at CLS 54.
- December 2017: I gave a talk “A new unified account of Japanese passives: the origin of affectedness” at UConn Linguistics Graduate Roundtable (ULGR VII)
- December 2017: “Constraints on contrast sluicing” (with Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine) appeared in Japanese/Korean Linguistics 24, published by CSLI