- 2016. Bridging the gap: intensifiers between semantic and social meaning. Committee: Chris Kennedy, Penny Eckert, Itamar Francez, Michael Silverstein, Laura Staum Casasanto, Ming Xiang.
Journal papers/book chapters:
- Totally between discourse and subjectivity. Exploring the pragmatic side of intensification. In press. Journal of Semantics
- Intensification, gradability and social perception. Accepted in “The semantics of gradability, vagueness, and scale structure: Experimental perspectives”, Springer series, edited by Castroviejo, McNally and Sassoon.
- 2017. Totally young sounds totally younger: intensification at the socio-semantics interface. Journal of Sociolinguistics.21/2, 2017: 154–182 (with Laura Staum Casasanto)
- 2016. Unacceptable but comprehensible: the facilitation effects of resumptive pronouns. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics, 1(1), 29. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.24 Glossa (with Ming Xiang)
- 2015. Intensification without degrees cross-linguistically. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 33(3). 843-879 (with Ryan Bochnak). Link to pre-final draft
Other papers divided by topic:
- 2016. Exploring metalinguistic intensification. The case of Extreme Degree Modifiers. Proceedings of NELS 46.
- 2013. Is excellent better than good? Adjective scales and scalar implicatures. Sinn und Bedeutung 17 (with Ming Xiang)
- 2013. These are the pronouns that we use them but we don’t like them. Resumptives between grammar and enregisterment. Michicagoan 2013.
- 2015. From Totally Dark to Totally Old. The Formal Semantics of Subjectification. Sinn und Bedeutung 19
- 2015. Great pizzas, ghost negations: The emergence and persistence of mixed expressives. Sinn und Bedeutung 19 (with Jackson Lee).