Decomposing cardinals. Presented at the Numerals in grammar and beyond workshop. Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands. 18 October 2019. [paper]

On the many ways of being a base numeral: Numerals 10, 100, and 1000 in Polish and English. Presented at the 12th Conference on Syntax, Phonology, and Language Analysis (SinFonIJA 12). Masaryk University, Brno, Czechia. 12 September 2019. [poster] [supplement]


The design of semi-lexicality: Numerals, quantifiers, and kind-expressions. Presented at the University of Potsdam, Syn-Sem Colloquium. Potsdam, Germany. 4 December 2018. [handout]

On periphrastic expressions of genericity: English kind and Dutch soort. Presented at the Goethe University, Recent Trends in Linguistic Research Kolloquium (WiSe 2018/2019). Frankfurt, Germany. 23 October 2018. [handout]

From N to Q: The morphosyntax of English and Polish quantificational expressions. Presented at the Goethe University Nominal Modification Colloquium. Frankfurt, Germany. 29 May 2018. [handout]

Noun or quantifier? Examining the semi-lexicality of Polish and English quantificational expressions. Presented at the KU Leuven Center for Research in Syntax, Semantics, and Phonology (CRISSP) seminar. 19 April 2018. [handout]


Restructuring in the nominal domain: Evidence from English kind-words. Presented at the 48th annual meeting of the North-Eastern Linguistics Society (NELS 48). Reykjavik, Iceland. 28 October 2017. [handout]

On sharing number: The English kind-construction. Presented at the Utrecht University Syntax Interface talk series. Utrecht, Netherlands. 29 May 2017. [handout]

The semi-lexicality of quantificational nouns in English pseudopartitives. Presented at the Leiden University Comparative syntax talk series. Leiden, Netherlands. 20 April 2017. [handout]


with Lisa Bylinina & Jakub Dotlacil. Adjectival modification of numerals. Presented at the “Logic in Language and in Conversation” (LogiCon) workshop at Utrecht University. Utrecht, Netherlands. 19 Sep 2016. [handout]

The syntax of quantificational elements: Drawing on insights from the distribution of features in the DP. Presented at the Leiden University Comparative Syntax Talk Series. Leiden, Netherlands. 7 Apr 2016. [handout]

The morphosyntax of kind in English. Presented at the Tin-dag 2016. Utrecht, the Netherlands. 6 Feb 2016. [handout]


with Coppe van Urk & Franca Wesseling: Agree is fallible, EPP is not: Investigating EPP effects in Dutch.
– Presented at the “How to make things happen in the grammar: The implementation of obligatoriness” workshop at the 11th International Tbilisi Symposium on Language, Logic, and Computation (TbiLLC2015). Tbilisi, Georgia. 22 Sep 2015. [handout]
– Presented at the Utrecht University Syntax-Interface talk series. Utrecht, Netherlands. 5 Oct 2015. [handout]

with Anja Saric: The categorial status of numerals: Evidence from Polish and Serbian. Presented at the Numerals Workshop at the 48th annual meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE48). Leiden, the Netherlands. 2 Sep 2015. [handout]

Accounting for the Variation in Systems of Case and Agreement. Presented at the Tin-dag 2015. Utrecht, the Netherlands. 7 Feb 2015. [handout]

With Franca Wesseling: Variation in the distribution of er in present-day Dutch wh-questions.
– Presented at the Norwegian Graduate Student conference in Linguistics and Philology (NoSLiP). Tromso, Norway. 22 Jan 2015. [handout]
– Presented at the Tin-dag 2015. Utrecht, the Netherlands. 7 Feb 2015. [handout]


Inherent case as a PP-case.
– Presented at the UConn Ling Lunch series. Storrs, CT, USA. 2 Dec 2014.
– Presented at NYU Brown Bag talk series. New York, NY, USA. 12 December 2014.
– Presented at the CUNY Syntax Supper series. New York, NY, USA. 16 December 2014. [handout]

Case, agreement, and hierarchies: Fitting in inherent case. Presented at the MIT Ling Lunch series. Boston, MA, USA. 4 Dec 2014. [handout]

Case alternations and case hierarchies: A view from numerals and negation. Presented at the MIT Syntax Square. Boston, MA, USA. 14 Oct 2014. [handout]

Modeling the variation in systems of case and agreement. Presented at the Workshop What happened to Principles and Parameters? Arezzo, Italy. 3 July 2014. [handout]


Case alternations: The interaction of semi-lexicality and case assignment. Presented at the internal and external syntax of nominal expressions workshop in the 44th Poznań Linguistic Meeting, Poznań, Poland. August 2013. [handout]

What are categories? Adjective-like and noun-like semi lexical numerals in Polish. Poster presented at the 22nd meeting of Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics (FASL), Hamilton, Canada. April 2013. [poster]

Phi-defective numerals in Polish: Bleeding and default agreement. Presented at the Interaction of Syntactic Primitives workshop in the 35th annual conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS), Postdam, Germany. March 2013. [handout]

Deriving agreement mismatches with Polish numerals. Presented at the TIN-dag 2013. Utrecht, Netherlands. Feb 2013. [handout]

What are categories? Adjective-like and noun-like semi-lexical numerals in Polish. Presented at the TRAIT workshop How categorical are categories?, Wrocław, Poland. Jan 2013. [handout]


A syntactic analysis of subject-verb agreement mismatches with Polish numerals. Presented at the Utrecht University Syntax-Interfaces talk series. Utrecht, Netherlands. 1 Oct 2012