CONTACT INFORMATION
nadine dot theiler at uconn dot edu

VISITING ADDRESS
Oak Hall 355
365 Fairfield Way, Storrs

MAILING ADDRESS
Department of Linguistics
365 Fairfield Way, Unit 1145
Storrs, CT 06269-1145

2019
'Denn' as a highlighting-sensitive particle
Forthcoming in Linguistics and Philosophy

2019
When additive particles can associate with wh-phrases
Proceedings of SuB 23

2019
Picky predicates: Why ‘believe’ doesn’t like interrogative complements, and other puzzles
Natural Language Semantics (with Floris Roelofsen and Maria Aloni)

2018
The Precondition Particle: A Unified Analysis of German ‘denn’
Proceedings of NELS 48

2018
A uniform semantics for declarative and interrogative complements
Journal of Semantics (with Floris Roelofsen and Maria Aloni)

2017
What's wrong with believing whether?
Proceedings of SALT 27 (with Floris Roelofsen and Maria Aloni)

2016
Truthful resolutions: A new perspective on false-answer sensitivity
Proceedings of SALT 26 (with Floris Roelofsen and Maria Aloni)

2016
Composing alternatives
Linguistics and Philosophy (with Ivano Ciardelli and Floris Roelofsen)

2012
Two for the price of one: An LFG treatment of sentence initial object ‘es’ in German
Proceedings of LFG '12 (with Gerlof Bouma)


THESES

2019
Taking a unified perspective: Resolutions and highlighting in the semantics of attitudes and particles
PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam

2014
A multitude of answers: embedded questions in typed inquisitive semantics
MSc thesis, University of Amsterdam