Patrick D. Elliott

I’m a postdoctoral researcher at the Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft in Berlin, associated with the semantics and pragmatics research group. I’m a theoretical linguist, which means that my work involves developing formal models of what we know when we know a language. Mostly, I do semantics, but I’m also interested in syntax, morphology, pragmatics, and their interfaces with semantics.

When I’m not doing linguistics, I code, read, and scale vertical walls.

Reach me at: patrick.d.elliott(at)gmail.com

Upcoming

  • April 12-13, 2019: I’ll be giving a joint talk with Yasu Sudo at SLUICING+@50 in Chicago entitled “The dynamics of ellipsis identity”.
  • June 11, 2019: I’ll be giving an invited talk at Göttingen university entitled “The two souls of disjunction”.
  • August 26-30, 2019: I’ll be teaching two classes at the Balaton Linguistics Summer School (BLing) in Hungary: one on presupposition projection entitled “Satisfaction and its discontents” (course description), and another joint with Daniele Panizza on semantic parsing (this will be a lab course).
  • I have a paper in preparation from the Proceedings of LENLS 15 entitled “Applicatives for Anaphora and Presupposition”.
  • I have a paper to appear in the Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 23 with Uli Sauerland entitled “Ineffability and unexhaustification”.