julie goncharov

Goncharov, Julie. 2020. Dynamic presupposition of 'want' and polarity sensitivity. Proceedings of SALT 30. (slides, pdf)

Goncharov, Julie and Lavi Wolf. 2020. The role of time in double NPI constructions with epistemic accessibility relations Proceedings of NELS 50, eds. M. Asatryan, Y. Song & A. Whitmal. Amherst: GLSA, 275-289. (pdf)

Goncharov, Julie. 2020. Whom to oblige? In Advances in formal Slavic linguistics 2017, eds. L. Marušič, P. Mišmaš, & R. Žaucer. Berlin: Language Science Press, 51-73. (pdf)

Goncharov, Julie and Monica A. Irimia. 2020. Epistemic comparatives and other expressions of speaker’s uncertainty. In Advances in formal Slavic linguistics 2017, eds. L. Marušič, P. Mišmaš, & R. Žaucer. Berlin: Language Science Press, 75-95. (pdf)

Goncharov, Julie. 2020. Intentionality Effect in Imperatives. In Proceedings of FASL 27, Stanford University meeting, May 4-6 2018. Michigan Slavic Publications. (pdf)

Goncharov, Julie and Lavi Wolf. 2019. Time matters: the role of temporal boundaries in NPI licensing. Amsterdam Colloquium, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. (pdf)

Goncharov, Julie and Monica A. Irimia. 2018. Epistemic Comparatives: A Cross-linguistic Investigation. Proceedings of the 35th WCCFL, Cascadilla Press, 169-176. (pdf)

Goncharov, Julie. 2017. Samyj in fragment answers. In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics The NYU Meeting 2015, eds. Oseki Y., M. Esipova, & S. Harves Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, 156-180. (pdf)

Goncharov, Julie. 2016. Binding without Agree. Semantics-Syntax Interface, 3(1), 49-72. (pdf)

Goncharov, Julie. 2015. P-doubling in split PPs and information structure. Linguistic Inquiry, 46(4): 731-742. (pdf)

Goncharov, Julie. 2015. About many. In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The first Berkeley Meeting, eds. Szajbel-Keck M., R. Burns & D. Kavitskaya. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications, 99-121. (pdf)

Goncharov, Julie. 2015. In Search of Reference: The case of the Russian adjectival intensifier ‘samyj’, dissertation, University of Toronto. (pdf)