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Dissertation:

Rawlins 2008
  1. Rawlins, Kyle. 2008. (Un)conditionals: an investigation in the syntax and semantics of conditional structures. UC Santa Cruz: Ph.D. Dissertation. Download: https://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/rawlins/wp-content/blogs.dir/28/files/2013/11/rawlins_dissertation.pdf

Journal articles

Bledin & Rawlins in press; Bledin & Rawlins 2019; Frana & Rawlins 2019; Biezma & Rawlins 2017; Rissman & Rawlins 2017; Atkinson et al. 2016; Biezma & Rawlins 2015; Reisinger et al. 2015; Rissman, Rawlins & Landau 2015; Miozzo, Rawlins & Rapp 2014; Rawlins 2013; Biezma & Rawlins 2012; Isaacs & Rawlins 2008; Pullum & Rawlins 2007
  1. Bledin, Justin & Kyle Rawlins. in press. Resistance and Resolution in Discourse. Journal of Semantics.
  2. Bledin, Justin & Kyle Rawlins. 2019. What if? Semantics & Pragmatics (Early Access) 12(14). DOI: 10.3765/sp.12.14
  3. Frana, Ilaria & Kyle Rawlins. 2019. Attitudes in discourse: Italian polar questions and the particle ‘mica.’ Semantics & Pragmatics (Early Access) 12(16). DOI: 10.3765/sp.12.16
  4. Biezma, María & Kyle Rawlins. 2017. Or what? Semantics & Pragmatics (Early Access) 10. DOI: 10.3765/sp.10.16
  5. Rissman, Lilia & Kyle Rawlins. 2017. Ingredients of Instrumental Meaning. Journal of Semantics 34(3). 507–537. DOI: 10.1093/jos/ffx003
  6. Atkinson, Emily, Aaron Apple, Kyle Rawlins & Akira Omaki. 2016. Similarity of wh-phrases and acceptability variation in wh-islands. Frontiers of Psychology 12. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.02048
  7. Biezma, María & Kyle Rawlins. 2015. Alternative Questions. Language and Linguistic Compass 9. 450–468. DOI: 10.1111/lnc3.12161
  8. Reisinger, D., Frank Ferraro, Craig Harman, Rachel Rudinger, Kyle Rawlins & Benjamin Van Durme. 2015. Semantic proto-roles. Transactions of the ACL 3. 475–488. DOI: 10.1162/tacl_a_00152
  9. Rissman, Lilia, Kyle Rawlins & Barbara Landau. 2015. Using instruments to understand argument structure: evidence for gradient representation. Cognition 142. 266–290. DOI: 10.1016/j.cognition.2015.05.015
  10. Miozzo, Michele, Kyle Rawlins & Brenda Rapp. 2014. How verbs and non-verbal categories navigate the syntax/semantics interface: Insights from cognitive neuropsychology. Cognition 133. 621–640. DOI: 10.1016/j.cognition.2014.08.004
  11. Rawlins, Kyle. 2013. (Un)conditionals. Natural Language Semantics 21(2). 111–178. DOI: 10.1007/s11050-012-9087-0
  12. Biezma, María & Kyle Rawlins. 2012. Responding to alternative and polar questions. Linguistics and Philosophy 35. 361–406. DOI: 10.1007/s10988-012-9123-z
  13. Isaacs, James & Kyle Rawlins. 2008. Conditional Questions. Journal of Semantics 25. 269–319. DOI: 10.1093/jos/ffn003
  14. Pullum, Geoffrey & Kyle Rawlins. 2007. Argument or no Argument? Linguistics and Philosophy 30. 277–287. DOI: 10.1007/s10988-007-9013-y

Peer-reviewed chapters, including peer-reviewed proceedings

Rawlins to appear; Kim et al. 2019; Rissman, Rawlins & Landau 2019; White et al. 2018; White, Rawlins & Van Durme 2017; White et al. 2016; Rawlins 2015; Rawlins 2013; Rawlins 2008
  1. Rawlins, Kyle. to appear. Biscuit conditionals. In Semantics Companion, Blackwell.
  2. Kim, Najoung, Kyle Rawlins, Benjamin Van Durme & Paul Smolensky. 2019. Predicting argumenthood of English preposition phrases. In Proceedings of the 33rd AAAI conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-2019), 6578–6585. DOI: 10.1609/aaai.v33i01.33016578
  3. Rissman, Lilia, Kyle Rawlins & Barbara Landau. 2019. Event Participants and Verbal Semantics: Non-Discrete Structure in English, Spanish and Mandarin. In A. K. Goel, C. M. Seifert, & C. Freksa (eds.), Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 960–966. Download: https://mindmodeling.org/cogsci2019/papers/0180/index.html
  4. White, Aaron Steven, Rachel Rudinger, Kyle Rawlins & Benjamin Van Durme. 2018. Lexicosyntactic Inference in Neural Models. In Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, 4717–4724. Association for Computational Linguistics. Download: https://aclweb.org/anthology/D18-1501/
  5. White, Aaron Steven, Kyle Rawlins & Benjamin Van Durme. 2017. The semantic proto-role linking model. In Proceedings of the European chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 92–98. ACL. Download: https://www.aclweb.org/anthology/E17-2015/
  6. White, Aaron Steven, D. Reisinger, Keisuke Sakaguchi, Tim Vieira, Sheng Zhang, Rachel Rudinger, Kyle Rawlins & Benjamin Van Durme. 2016. Universal decompositional semantics on universal dependencies. In Proceedings of the 2016 conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, 1713–1723. ACL. DOI: 10.18653/v1/D16-1177
  7. Rawlins, Kyle. 2015. Indifference and scalar inferences in free relatives. In Paula Menéndez-Benito & Luis Alonso-Ovalle (eds.), Epistemic indefinites, 267–287. Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199665297.003.0012
  8. Rawlins, Kyle. 2013. On adverbs of (space and) time. In Boban Arsenijević, Berit Gehrke, & Rafael Marín (eds.), Studies in the composition and decomposition of event predicates, 153–194. Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-5983-1_7
  9. Rawlins, Kyle. 2008. Unifying ‘Illegally.’ In Johannes Dölling, Tatjana Heyde-Zybatow, & Martin Schäfer (eds.), Event Structures in Linguistic Form and Interpretation, 81–102. Mouton de Gruyter. DOI: 10.1515/9783110925449.81

Conference proceedings (peer-reviewed by abstract)

Srinivas & Rawlins to appear; White & Rawlins 2018; Biezma & Rawlins 2017; White & Rawlins 2018; Biezma & Rawlins 2016; Bledin & Rawlins 2016; Frana & Rawlins 2016; White & Rawlins 2016; Rawlins 2013; Frana & Rawlins 2011; Kramer & Rawlins 2011; Rawlins 2010; Rawlins 2008; Rawlins 2006; Isaacs & Rawlins 2005
  1. Srinivas, Sadhwi & Kyle Rawlins. to appear. An experimental investigation of the role of uniqueness and familiarity in interpreting definite descriptions. In Nari Rhee & Ryan Budnick (eds.), Proceedings of PLC 43, Vol. 26.
  2. White, Aaron Steven & Kyle Rawlins. 2018. The role of veridicality and factivity in clause selection. In Sherry Hucklebridge & Max Nelson (eds.), Proceedings of NELS 48, Download: https://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/004012
  3. Biezma, María & Kyle Rawlins. 2017. Rhetorical questions: severing questioning from asking. In Dan Burgdorf, Jacob Collard, Sireemas Maspong, & Brynhildur Stefánsdóttir (eds.), Proceedings of SALT 27, 302–322. DOI: 10.3765/salt.v27i0.4155
  4. White, Aaron Steven & Kyle Rawlins. 2018. Question agnosticism and change of state. In Robert Truswell, Chris Cummins, Caroline Heycock, Brian Rabern, & Hannah Rohde (eds.), Proceedings of SuB 21, 1325–1342. Download: https://ojs.ub.uni-konstanz.de/sub/index.php/sub/article/view/201
  5. Biezma, María & Kyle Rawlins. 2016. ‘Or what?’: Challenging the speaker. In Christopher Hammerly & Brandon Prickett (eds.), Proceedings of NELS 46, Vol. 1, 93–106. Download: https://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/rawlins/files/2010/04/Biezma-_Rawlins_final.pdf
  6. Bledin, Justin & Kyle Rawlins. 2016. Epistemic Resistance Moves. In Mary Moroney, Carol-Rose Little, Jacob Collard, & Dan Burgdorf (eds.), Proceedings of SALT 26, 620–640. DOI: 10.3765/salt.v26i0.3812
  7. Frana, Ilaria & Kyle Rawlins. 2016. Italian ‘mica’ in assertions and questions. In Nadine Bade, Polina Berezovskaya, & Anthea Schöller (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 20, 234–251. Download: https://ojs.ub.uni-konstanz.de/sub/index.php/sub/article/view/261
  8. White, Aaron Steven & Kyle Rawlins. 2016. A computational model of S-selection. In Mary Moroney, Carol-Rose Little, Jacob Collard, & Dan Burgdorf (eds.), Proceedings of SALT 26, 641–663. DOI: 10.3765/salt.v26i0.3819
  9. Rawlins, Kyle. 2013. About ‘about.’ In Neil Snider (ed.), Proceedings of SALT 23, 336–357. DOI: 10.3765/salt.v23i0.2688
  10. Frana, Ilaria & Kyle Rawlins. 2011. Unconditional Concealed Questions and the nature of Heim’s ambiguity. In Neil Ashton, Anca Chereches, & David Lutz (eds.), Proceedings of SALT 21, 495–514. DOI: 10.3765/salt.v21i0.2623
  11. Kramer, Ruth & Kyle Rawlins. 2011. Polarity particles: an ellipsis account. In Suzi Lima, Kevin Mullin, & Brian Smith (eds.), Proceedings of NELS 39, 479–492. Download: https://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/rawlins/wp-content/blogs.dir/28/files/2013/11/kramer_rawlins_nels.pdf
  12. Rawlins, Kyle. 2010. Conversational backoff. In Nan Li & David Lutz (eds.), Proceedings of SALT 20, 347–365. DOI: 10.3765/salt.v20i0.2550
  13. Rawlins, Kyle. 2008. Unifying if-conditionals and unconditionals. In Tova Friedman & Satoshi Ito (eds.), Proceedings of SALT 18, 583–600. DOI: 10.3765/salt.v18i0.2512
  14. Rawlins, Kyle. 2006. Possessive antecedents to donkey pronouns. In Donald Baumer, David Montero, & Michael Scanlon (eds.), Proceedings of WCCFL 25, 337–345. Cascadilla Press. Download: http://www.lingref.com/cpp/wccfl/25/paper1466.pdf
  15. Isaacs, James & Kyle Rawlins. 2005. Speech acts under if-clauses. In Proceedings of CLS 41, 179–192.

Manuscripts, handouts, slides

(Or at least ones that someone might actually want to cite)

White & Rawlins 2019; White et al. 2019; Rawlins 2018; Rawlins 2014; Kramer & Rawlins 2012; Kramer & Rawlins 2010; Rawlins 2006; Rawlins 2006; Rawlins 2005; Rawlins 2003
  1. White, Aaron Steven & Kyle Rawlins. 2019. Frequency, acceptability, and selection: a case study of clause-embedding. In submission, Glossa. Download: https://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/004596
  2. White, Aaron Steven, Elias Stengel-Eskin, Siddharth Vashishtha, Venkata Govindarajan, Dee Ann Reisinger, Tim Vieira, Keisuke Sakaguchi, Sheng Zhang, Francis Ferraro, Rachel Rudinger, Kyle Rawlins & Benjamin Van Durme. 2019. The Universal Decompositional Semantics Dataset and Decomp Toolkit. Download: https://arxiv.org/abs/1909.13851
  3. Rawlins, Kyle. 2018, November. Bracketed e is not a type. Manuscript, JHU. Download: https://rawlins.io/various/bracketed_e_is_not_a_type.pdf
  4. Rawlins, Kyle. 2014, November. Aboutness and attitudes. Invited paper at the 2014 Michigan Linguistics/Philosophy workshop.
  5. Kramer, Ruth & Kyle Rawlins. 2012, June. An ellipsis approach to polarity particles across languages. Talk at Workshop on the Syntax of ‘yes’ and ‘no’, University of Newcastle. Download: https://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/rawlins/wp-content/blogs.dir/28/files/2013/11/kramer.rawlins.newcastle.2012.pdf
  6. Kramer, Ruth & Kyle Rawlins. 2010, January. Polarity particles and ellipsis: a (somewhat) cross-linguistic perspective. Talk at UCSC workshop on polarity particles. Download: https://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/rawlins/files/2013/11/kramer.rawlins.ucsc_.2010.handout2.pdf
  7. Rawlins, Kyle. 2006. Stress and Epenthesis in Mohawk. UCSC Linguistics Qualifying Paper. Download: https://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/rawlins/wp-content/blogs.dir/28/files/2013/11/rawlins_mohawk_draft.pdf
  8. Rawlins, Kyle. 2006. Of-possessive Pivots. Paper presented at Stanford Existentials Fest.
  9. Rawlins, Kyle. 2005. Possessive Definites and the Definite Article. UCSC Linguistics Qualifying paper. Download: https://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/rawlins/wp-content/blogs.dir/28/files/2013/11/rawlins_possessive_definites.pdf
  10. Rawlins, Kyle. 2003. A study in some adverb denotations. UMass Amherst: Honors Thesis.