Graduate Students

Jack Duff
  • Title
    • PhD Student
  • Division Humanities Division
  • Department
    • Linguistics Department
  • Affiliations Graduate Studies Division
  • Phone
  • Email
  • Website
  • Office Location
    • Stevenson College Academic Building, 232
  • Mail Stop Linguistics Department

Research Interests

psycholinguistics, pragmatics, semantics, perspective-dependence, conversation, narrative, Zapotec, Udi, languages of the Caucasus, memory and cognition

Selected Publications

  • Duff, J. 2021. The structure of events and arguments in associated motion. Proceedings of WSCLA 25.
  • Duff, J. 2021. A causal decomposition for associated motion events in Santiago Laxopa Zapotec. Proceedings of WCCFL 39.
  • Duff, J. 2019. The locus of commitment: Flipping judges in a commitment-based discourse model. Proceedings of the ESSLLI 2019 Student Session.
  • Frazier, L. & J. Duff. 2019. Repair or accommodation? Split antecedent ellipsis and the limits of repair. Glossa 4(1): 78.
  • Frazier, L., C. Clifton, S. Rich, & J. Duff. 2018. Anticipating negation: The dos and don'ts of Neg raising. Syntax 21: 160-194.
  • Harris, A. & J. Duff. 2018. Relation of agreement clitics to verb stems in Caucasian Albanian. International Journal of Diachronic Linguistics and Language Reconstruction 15: 45-69.