Amsterdam Colloquium 2013


The proceedings of the 19th Amsterdam Colloquium are available for download (17MB). Below, the contributions are also available individually. 



Adrian Brasoveanu and Jakub Dotlačil: What a Rational Interpreter Would Do: Building, Ranking, and Updating Quantifier Scope Representations in Discourse

Paul Egré and Guy Politzer: On the negation of indicative conditionals

Valentine Hacquard: The grammatical category of modality

Anna Szabolcsi: Quantifier Particles and Compositionality



Luis Alonso-Ovalle and Paula Menendez-Benito: Epistemic Indefinites: Are We Ignorant About Ignorance?

Daniel Altshuler and Roger Schwarzschild: Correlating cessation with double access

Elizabeth Bogal-Allbritten: Modification of DPs by epistemic modal adverbs

Oliver Bott, Udo Klein and Fabian Schlotterbeck: Witness Sets, Polarity Reversal and the Processing of Quantified Sentences

Dylan Bumford: Universal quantification as iterated conjunction

Lisa Bylinina and Yuri Lander: `Than' = `More' + Exhaustivity: Evidence from Circassian

Lucas Champollion: Man and Woman: the Last Obstacle for Boolean Coordination

Harris Constantinou: On the meaning of Intensifiers

Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin: Most: the View from Mass Quantification

Tim Fernando: Dowty's aspect hypothesis segmented

Anastasia Giannakidou and Alda Mari: A two dimensional analysis of the future: modal adverbs and speaker’s bias

Scott Grimm and Louise McNally: No ordered arguments needed for nouns

Andreas Haida and Sophie Repp: The Intervention effect: Focus alternatives or indefinite alternatives? Experimental evidence

Makoto Kanazawa: Monadic Quantifiers Recognized by Deterministic Pushdown Automata

Hadas Kotek and Martin Hackl: An experimental investigation of interrogative syntax/semantics

Fabienne Martin: Tense and Aspect in Swing Conditionals

Ralf Naumann and Wiebke Petersen: An Analysis of Quantifier Scope Restrictions in Dependence Logic

Claudia Poschmann: Attaching NRCs to Plural Quantificational Heads

Susan Rothstein: A Fregean Semantics for Number Words

Bernhard Schwarz: At least and Quantity Implicature: Choices and Consequences

Alexandra Simonenko: Semantics of DP islands

Torgrim Solstad and Oliver Bott: Towards a Formal Theory of Explanatory Biases in Discourse

Satoru Suzuki: Epistemic Modals, Qualitative Probability, and Nonstandard Probability

Jakub Szymanik and Marcin Zajenkowski: Monotonicity has only a relative effect on the complexity of quantifier verification

Barbara Tomaszewicz: Focus association in superlatives and the semantics of -est

Galit Weidman Sassoon: The type of adjectives

Hanna De Vries: Distributivity and agreement: new evidence for groups as sets

Malte Willer: Indicative Scorekeeping

Igor Yanovich: Deontic scope restrictions beyond polarity

Mengxi Yuan and Yurie Hara: Questioning and Asserting at the same time: the L tone in A-not-A questions

Hedde Zeijlstra: Universal Quantifier PPIs