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About Ash

I am an Associate Professor of Cognitive Science at Carleton University and Professor of Semantics at Oxford University, where I'm also a Senior Research Fellow at Jesus College.

New article: Lesage, Ramlakhan, Toivonen & Wildman

Former lab member Claire Lesage and lab members Nalini Ramlakhan, Ida Toivonen, and Chris Wildman have published a paper in the Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. The paper is available here. Claire Lesage, Nalini … Continue reading

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New article: Toivonen, Blumenfeld, Gormley, Hoiting, Logan, Ramlakhan & Stone

Lab members Ida Toivonen, Lev Blumenfeld, Leah Hoiting, Nalini Ramlakhan and former member Adam Stone have published a paper in the prestigious Proceedings of WCCFL 32. The paper is available here. Ida Toivonen, Lev Blumenfeld, Andrea Gormley, Leah Hoiting, John … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Christie receives her doctorate

We’re sad to see Liz Christie’s name move from the list of current members of the lab to the list of former members, but it’s for a good reason: Today Liz received her doctorate in Cognitive Science, with a dissertation … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Christie defends her doctoral dissertation

It is with great pleasure that we announce that Elizabeth Christie passed her doctoral defence today with minor corrections. Congratulations, Liz! Her dissertation is titled The English Resultative and was co-supervised by Ida Toivonen and Ash Asudeh.

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New book: Siddiqi

Lab member Dan Siddiqi is a co-editor of the new Routledge Handbook of Syntax. The book is available here. Andrew Carnie, Daniel Siddiqi & Yosuke Sato. 2014. The Routledge Handbook of Syntax. Routledge.

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New Publication – Dr. Ash Asudeh: The Logic of Pronominal Resumption

The Logic of Pronominal Resumption by Dr. Ash Asudeh has been published by the Oxford University Press. This book is a cross-linguistic investigation of resumptive pronouns and related resumption phenomena. The author proposes a new theory of resumption based on … Continue reading

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An LLIer in Action

LLI member Gianluca Giorgolo gave us an update on what he’s been up to this summer. 1. “Gestures explained without (too much) handwaving”, DIP Colloquium, April 29, 2011. The DIP is a bi-weekly colloquium of the Logic and Language group … Continue reading

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Hike in Gatineau Hills

Some LLIers went for a hike in the Gatineau Hills this past weekend. Liz Christie took this picture of the Qu├ębec countryside.

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Liz Christie at the Annual Canadian Linguistics Association Conference

LLI student, Liz Christie, presented at the Annual Canadian Linguistics Association Conference last week. She has returned to Ottawa (by way of Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha! — seriously!) and she took this picture for us. Congratulations!

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Liz Christie to present at Congress 2011

PhD student and LLI member, Liz Christie, is slated to present at the Annual Canadian Linguistics Association Conference as part of Congress 2011 of the Humanities and Social Sciences in New Brunkswick! Her talk is titled “Investigating the differences between … Continue reading

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