Research

Papers

2019 — van Dooren, Annemarie, Maxime Tulling, Ailís Cournane & Valentine Hacquard, ‘Discovering modal polysemy: aspect might help’, Proceedings of the Boston University Conference on Language Development. [pdf].

2019 — Dieuleveut, Anouk, Annemarie van Dooren, Ailís Cournane & Valentine Hacquard, ‘Acquiring the force of modals: Sig you guess what sig means?’, Proceedings of the Boston University Conference on Language Development.

2017  — van Dooren, Annemarie, Anouk Dieuleveut, Ailís Cournane & Valentine Hacquard, ‘Learning what must and can must and can mean,’ Proceedings of the Amsterdam Colloquium, 225-235. [pdf]

2017 — van Dooren, Annemarie, ‘Dutch must more structure’, Proceedings of the North-East Linguistic Society, 165-175. [pdf]

2017 — Barbiers, Sjef & Annemarie van Dooren, ‘The Syntax of Modal Verbs,’ The Wiley Blackwell’s Companion to Syntax, Second Edition.

Presentations

2019 — (accepted) van Dooren, Annemarie, Nick Huang & Gesoel Mendes, ‘Polysemous want: Language change from a synchronic perspective‘, Formal Diachronic Semantics 4, Ohio State University, Columbus OH.

2019 — van Dooren, Annemarie, ‘The temporal perspective of epistemics in Dutch’, Sinn und Bedeutung 24, Osnabrück University, Osnabrück. [pdf] [materials] [raw_results]

2019 — van Dooren, Annemarie, ‘Figuring out epistemic uses of English and Dutch modals: The role of aspect’, the 8th Mid-Atlantic Colloquium of Studies in Meaning (MACSIM), New York University, New York NY.

2018 — van Dooren, Annemarie, Maxime Tulling, Ailis Cournane & Valentine Hacquard, ‘Lexical aspect as a cross-linguistic cue to modal meaning: evidence from Dutch’, Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Boston MA.

2018 — Dieuleveut, Anouk, Annemarie van Dooren, Ailís Cournane & Valentine Hacquard, ‘Acquiring the force of modals: Sig you guess what sig means?’, Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Boston MA.

2017 — van Dooren, Annemarie, Anouk Dieuleveut, Ailis Cournane & Valentine Hacquard, ‘Learning what must and can must and can mean’, the Amsterdam Colloquium, Amsterdam.

2017 — van Dooren, Annemarie, Nick Huang & Gesoel Mendes, ‘The future of want‘, the 7th Mid-Atlantic Colloquium of Studies in Meaning (MACSIM), Georgetown University, Washington DC. [pdf]

2017 — van Dooren, Annemarie, ‘The Georgian modal item unda: Raising versus control’, the East Coast 5 syntax workshop (ECO5), University of Connecticut, Storrs CT.

2016 — van Dooren, Annemarie ‘Dutch must more structure’, the North-East Linguistic Society (NELS), UMass Amherst, Amherst MA.

2015 — van Dooren, Annemarie ‘We must to Newark’, the 5th Mid-Atlantic Colloquium of Studies in Meaning (MACSIM), University of Delaware, Newark DE.

2015 — van Dooren, Annemarie ‘The history of English modal verbs’, International Conference on Historical Linguistics (ICHL), Naples. [pdf]

2015 — van Dooren, Annemarie ‘Modal verbs’, the 13th Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in  Europe (ConSOLE), University Paris-Diderot-7, Paris.

2014 — van Dooren, Annemarie ‘The compositionality of sentences containing modal verbs’, S-Circle, UC Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz CA. [pdf]

2014 — van Dooren, Annemarie ‘Modality and the diagnostic of non-verbal complementation’, the 4th Central European Conference in Linguistics for Postgraduate Students (CECIL), Lublin.

2014 — van Dooren, Annemarie ‘Modal verbs and their complements’, the Syntax Lab, Cambridge University.

2013 — van Dooren, Annemarie, Lotte Hendriks & Ora Matushansky, ‘Resultatives and path complements’, Secondary Predicates in Formal Frameworks, Utrecht University.[pdf].

2012 — van Dooren, Annemarie, Lotte Hendriks & Ora Matushansky, ‘Resultatives’, Rencontres d’Automne de Linguistique Formelle (RalfE), University Paris-8, Paris.