(Please email me for handouts and papers)
2022. Title tbc. Alliance of Modern Language, Area Studies and Linguistics Subject Associations UK. With E. Santos. 25 March.
2021a. Doing things with grammar. Grammar and cognition lab, Universitat Pompeu Fabra. 14 September.
2021b. Title tbc. Workshop on Educational Linguistics. Annual meeting of Associação Nacional de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa em Letras e Lingüística, Brazil. 6 October. With M. Sheehan.
2021c. Linguistics for modern linguists? Towards pluralistic languages learning in schools. 3rd Annual Future of Modern Foreign Languages in Education Conference. Government Events, March 24. [online]
2021d. A Place for Linguistics in School-based Language Learning. Alliance of Modern Language, Area Studies and Linguistics Subject Associations UK. With A. Havinga, J. Kasstan, N. Schifano, S. Stollhans, M. Sheehan. March 19. (Presenter: Sheehan) [online]
2021e. [Conference cancelled] Keynote. Multilingual Learning in International Education Conference. With A. Havinga, J. Kasstan, N. Schifano, M. Sheehan. February 25-27.
2020. Romance vocatives and the topological mapping of deviance. ARC (Anglia Ruskin – Cambridge) Romance Linguistics Seminars, University of Cambridge, November 12. [online]
2019a. Linguistics in MFL: ideas for GCSE activities. Secondary Leaders of Languages Annual Conference. Herts for Learning, Stevenage. With A. Havinga, J. Kasstan, N. Schifano, M. Sheehan. (Presenters: Corr, Kasstan). 6 December.
2019b. Linguistics and MFL teaching: secondary/university transitions. Moving through languages: Schools and universities working together conference, King’s College London. 18 May. With Jonathan Kasstan. (Presenters: Corr/Kasstan)
2018a. Linguistics and Modern Foreign Language Teaching. Language Skills for the 21st century, Cambridge Festival of Ideas. With J. Kasstan & M. Sheehan. 27 October. (Presenter: Corr)
2018b. Old Ibero-Romance distributive numerals and the syntax-semantics interface. LEL Research Seminars, Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Manchester, 16 October.
2017. Navigating unannotated corpora: problems and solutions for comparative morphosyntactic research. Using corpora for morphosyntactic research workshop, Anglia Ruskin University, 19 May.
2014. Hit the Ground Running on your PhD. Invited opening address for the Researcher Development Programme, Schools of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Cambridge, 17 October.
Peer-reviewed conference papers
2022. Decolonising Modern Languages: Undoing Myth, Fetish and Power. Panel on Collaborative approaches to applying anti-racist and decolonial strategies to language education and area studies, MLA Annual Convention, Washington DC, 6-9 January. With E. Santos. (Presenter: Santos)
2021a. Towards a decolonial praxis for languages and linguistics education. Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB 2021). Online, 6-9 September. With E. Santos.
2021b. Rethinking Romance vocatives: mapping address inversion in the nominal edge. Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL 51), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 29-May 1.
2020. Nominals and the grammar-discourse interface: address inversion in Italo-Romance [poster/lightning talk]. Going Romance 34, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Paris (online), 25-27 November.
2019a. Introducing Linguistics in A-levels: challenges and opportunities from the Linguistics in MFL project. Multilingualism and multi-identities in Wales: a Creative Approach to Research and Practice, Cardiff University. 28 September. With A. Havinga, J. Kasstan, N. Schifano, M. Sheehan. (Presenter: Havinga).
2019b. ¿Un arabismo morfosintáctico en el romance hispánico medieval? New insights on an old construction. 47th meeting of the Romance Linguistics Seminar (RLS47), Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, 3-4 January.
2018a. Linguistics in Modern Foreign Language A-levels: preliminary analysis of pilot study data. Workshop on Theoretical Linguistics in Secondary Education, 51st Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE 2018), University of Tallinn, Estonia, 29 August-1 September. With J. Kasstan, N. Schifano, M. Sheehan & A. Ledgeway.
2018b. Old Ibero-Romance reduplicated numerals at the syntax-semantics interface. Workshop on Romance Diachrony at the Interfaces, 48th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL 48), York University, Canada, 25-28 April.
2018c. Old Ibero-Romance reduplicated numerals and distance distributivity. Workshop on (Co-)Distributivity 2018, Université Paris 8, France, 22-23 February.
2017a. Distance-distributive numeral reduplication in Old Ibero-Romance: a contact hypothesis. 31st edition of Going Romance, Workshop on Substratum and early language contact in the development of Romance morphosyntax, University of Bucharest, Romania, 7-9 December.
2017b. The grammar of Spanish and Romanian discourse particles: a comparative view. 45th meeting of the Romance Linguistics Seminar (RLS45), Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, 5-6 January.
2016a. On Old Portuguese ca (< QUIA) and Romance micro-variation. 16th International Conference of the Department of Linguistics: Workshop on Formal Approaches to Romance Microvariation (FARM), University of Bucharest, Romania, 25-26 November.
2016b. Diversity in the clausal left-edge: insights from Ibero-Romance microvariation. Societas Linguistica Europaea 2016, University of Naples Federico II, Italy, 31 August – 3 September.
2016c. Structure beyond Force? Evidence for a ‘speech act’ projection from Ibero-Romance. 39th colloquium of Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW39), Workshop on the Phonological and Syntactic Representation of Speech Acts, University of Göttingen, Germany, 8 April.
2016d. The diachrony of Ibero-Romance matrix complementizers. 44th meeting of the Romance Linguistics Seminar (RLS44), Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, 4-5 January.
2015a. The syntax of que-initial matrix clauses in Ibero-Romance: a comparative analysis. International Workshop on the Linguistics of Ibero-Romance Languages: Ibero-Romance in Contact and in Contrast (IberoCon2015), University of Ghent, Belgium, 14-16 December.
2015b. Insubordination, speech acts and syntax: the view from Ibero-Romance. 29th edition of Going Romance, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, 10-12 December.
2015c. Main-clause que and the syntactic encoding of quotations in Ibero-Romance. 15th International Conference of the Department of Linguistics: Romance Syntax. Comparative and Diachronic Perspectives, University of Bucharest, Romania, 27-28 November.
2015d. Ibero-Romance above the CP: evidence from complementizer distribution and the encoding of interlocutor-oriented elements. Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB 2015), University College London, 15-18 September.
2015e. The grammaticalization of epistemicity in Ibero-Romance: alike processes; unlike outcomes. 22nd International Conference on Historical Linguistics (ICHL22), University of Naples Federico II, Italy, 27-31 July.
2015f. From Syntax to Pragmatics: tracing an Iberian expletive from Old to Modern Spanish. IV International Conference on Hispanic Linguistics. Harmony and contrasts, University of Lisbon, Portugal, 21-22 April.
2014a. Ibero-Romance ‘ello’: an overt expletive subject? 5th Graduate Conference in Linguistics (5EPGL), University of Coimbra, Portugal, 12-13 December.
2014b. Overt expletives in Ibero-Romance: a diachronic and diatopic perspective. 14th International Conference of the Department of Linguistics: Current Issues in Linguistic Variation, University of Bucharest, Romania, 28-29 November.
2014. The development of Ibero-Romance ‘overt expletives’: evidence from dialect syntax. 23rd meeting of the Manchester Forum in Linguistics (MFiL), University of Manchester, 13-14 November.
2014. ‘Locative’ wide-focus subject inversion in Ibero-Romance. 42nd meeting of the Romance Linguistics Seminar (RLS42), Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, 3-4 January.
2020. Bridging ‘in betweenness’: the place of Linguistics in Modern Languages. As part of panel ‘Interconnections: Modern languages research in-between spaces’, Where Are We Now? The Location of Modern Languages and Cultures conference. University of Durham, 20-22 April. [conference cancelled]
2020. Decolonising languages through linguistics: a transcriptivist approach. Decolonising Modern Languages symposium, University of Birmingham/Institute of Modern Languages Research (University of London), 30-31 March. [postponed]
2018. Decomposing discourse: the contribution from Romance verb-based conversation management particles. 51st Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE 2018), University of Tallinn, Estonia, 29 August-1 September.
2016. Old Ibero-Romance complementizers and the articulation of the C-domain. Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB 2016), University of York, 6-9 September.
2015. El desarrollo del “sujeto expletivo explícito” en el español desde el siglo XV hasta el día de hoy. XV Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Jóvenes Investigadores de Historiografía e Historia de la Lengua Española, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, 8-10 April.
Seminar, workshop and other talks
2021. Minority languages protection in Europe: the case of Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) and the ECRML. Language, Culture, and Multilingualism in a Globalised World, Birmingham Law School. 19 July.
2020a. Grammatical variation and language contact in Judeo-Spanish: typological and glottopolitical considerations. LCAHM School Research Seminars, University of Birmingham, November 18.
2020b. Speaker-affective vocatives in Eastern Romance. Romance Linguistics Online (RoLO #2), 29 May.
2019a. The Linguistics in MFL project: initial successes and challenges. Workshop on Opportunities for linguistics in the MFL curriculum, Anglia Ruskin University, 31 May. With Anna Havinga, Jonathan Kasstan, Norma Schifano and Michelle Sheehan.
2019b. Translation, performance and Old Spanish syntax. Forging links research event, Department of Modern Languages, University of Birmingham. 27 March.
2019c. Distributive reduplication in Old Spanish numerals. Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of California, Los Angeles, 12 March.
2018. Theoretical Linguistics in Secondary Education. Introduction to workshop. 51st Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE 2018), University of Tallinn, Estonia, 29 August. With Anna Pineda.
2018. Reduplicated numerals in Old Ibero-Romance. ARC (Anglia Ruskin – Cambridge) Romance Linguistics Seminars, Anglia Ruskin University and University of Cambridge, 18 June.
2017a. Collecting non-standard dialect data online: a case study. Workshop on Rethinking grammaticality judgments, University of Cambridge, 11 March.
2017b. Microvariation in Ibero-Romance and the syntacticization of the utterance. SyntaxLab, Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge, 28 February.
2016a. The Romanian contribution to a comparative Romance syntax of speech acts. Cambridge – Oxford Workshop on Daco-Romance Linguistics, University of Cambridge, 13 June.
2016b. Such internet, many lolcat, very emoji, wow: linguistics for the 21st century. Magdalene College Outreach Residential 2016, Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, 30 March.
2016c. On the syntactic encoding of exclamation in Ibero-Romance. ARC (Anglia Ruskin – Cambridge) Romance Linguistics Seminars, Anglia Ruskin University and University of Cambridge, 27 January.
2015a. The syntactic status of vocatives, interjections and discourse particles: a first approximation for Ibero-Romance. Romance Linguistics Seminars, University of Cambridge, 5 May.
2015b. The architecture of language: insights from the generative enterprise. Magdalene College Parlour Talks (graduate seminar series), University of Cambridge, 3 February.
2015c. Conjunctive que in Ibero-Romance: towards a cartography of complementizers. Romance Linguistics Seminars, University of Cambridge, 20 January.
2012. Re-visiting the período de orígenes: koineization in Medieval Spanish. MPhil Conference in Linguistics, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge, 15 March.