(upcoming) Veselinovic, Dunja & Ailís Cournane. The structure must come first. Paper presented at The 92nd Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Society of America (LSA 92). Salt Lake City, UT. January 4-7.
(upcoming) Cournane, Ailís. Must be tricky: On using child experimental studies to test diachronic predictions. Paper presented at Meaning in Flux: connecting development, variation, and change, Yale University, October 12-14.
(upcoming) Cournane, Ailís. Learning what must and can must and can mean. Paper presented at Rutgers Workshop on Word Learning and Linguistic Theory, Rutgers University, September 30.
Veselinovic, Dunja & Ailís Cournane. The grammatical source of missing epistemic meanings for modal verbs in child BCS. Paper presented at Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics (FASL) 26 at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, May 19-21.
Cournane, Ailís. Child generalization, Language Innovation. Invited talk given at the Penn Linguistics Colloquium (PLC) 41 special panel “Current Issues in Language Acquisition”, University of Pennsylvania, March 24.
Oseki, Yohei, Cournane, Ailís, & Tom Roeper. Parsing to learn phrase structure rules. Poster presented at the Penn Linguistics Colloquium (PLC) 41, University of Pennsylvania, March 24-26.