Presentations

Working Papers

Refereed

[Apr 2021] "No agreement: Singlish subjects are Topics" at GLOW 44 2021, Apr 15 - 17, GLOW Board [Flash talk]

[Apr 2021] "Agreement-drop in Singlish: Subject to Topichood" at WCCFL 39 2021, Apr 8 - 11, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA. [Poster]

[Feb 2021] "Variable Conjunct Agreement in Qaraqalpaq" at TU+6 2021, Feb 19 - 20, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada; with Sarah Asinari [Flash talk]

[Jan 2020] "Tenselessness in Singlish: Lost in Contact." at the Annual Winter Meeting of the Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics at the LSA Annual Meeting 2020, January 2 - 5, New Orleans, LA, USA. [Presentation]

[Aug 2019] "Singlish Sekali : What if it's like doch" at GLOW in Asia XII & SICOGG 21 2019, Aug 7 - 9, Dongguk University, Seoul, S. Korea. [Poster]

Conference Proceedings

[2019] "Singlish Sekali: What if it's like doch?" Proceedings of the 12th Generative Linguistics in the Old World & the 21st Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar, ed. Sae-Youn Cho, 477-486, Dongguk University, Seoul, S. Korea. [link]

Non-refereed

[2020] "Questions about Questions (but in Singlish)"at UConn Linguistics Graduate Roundtable X, Dec 5, UConn.

[2020] "Subject-to-Topichood in Singlish" at ECO-5, Feb 22, Harvard.

[2020] "Subject to Topichood in Singlish" at UConn LingLunch, Feb 11, UConn.

[2019] "Too small a problem, too large an issue" at UConn Linguistics Graduate Roundtable IX, Dec 7, UConn.

[2019] "Tenselessness in Singlish" at UConn LingLunch, Nov 5, UConn.

[2018] "Variable Variable Binding and Wholesale Late Merger" at UConn Linguistics Graduate Roundtable VIII, Dec 8, UConn.

[2018] "Sekali in Singlish: What if it's not what if?" at SNEWS, Dec 2, UMass Amherst.

[2018] "Dissecting Singlish Sentence-Final Particles"at UConn LingLunch, Sep 4, UConn.

Thesis

[BA Thesis] "A nanosyntactic approach to sentence-final particles in Singlish: a cartographic perspective"; Supervisor: Yosuke Sato; [link]