I'm a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Linguistics at Rutgers University. I spend most of my days thinking about the formal approach to language meaning, with special interests in the dynamic perspective on semantic interpretation and cross-linguistic variations in this respect. I have worked on a variety of empirical issues, including quantification, anaphora, eventualities, and clausal embedding. Currently I'm writing a dissertation (advised by Simon Charlow) exploring a dynamic, two-dimensional approach to comparatives. 

SALT 31 Proceedings


May 7, 2018

Quantified exhaustiveness in embedded questions

at NYU workshop: foundational topics in semantics

April 27, 2018

at CLS54

June 17, 2017

Mandarin verbal classifiers and pseudo-incorporation

at NACCL-29

April 2, 2016

at RULing 2016


2017 fall

Intro to ling theory​

as Teaching Assistant

2018 spring - 2019 fall

Intro to ling theory​

as Independent Instructor

2021 spring

Invented languages

as Independent Instructor

2021 summer

Intro to ling theory

as Co-instructor 


Department of Linguistics

18 Seminary Place

New Brunswick, NJ 08901

ang dot li dot aimee at rutgers dot edu