Ivano Caponigro, Ph.D.

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Semantics, Pragmatics
"Ivano Caponigro"


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Daniel Buring grad student 2003 UCLA
 (Free not to ask: On the semantics of free relatives and wh -words cross -linguistically.)


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Shinichiro Fukuda grad student 2009 UCSD
Kathryn D. Zaremba grad student 2011


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Carson Schutze collaborator UCSD
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Caponigro I, Fălăuș A. (2020) Unveiling Multiple wh- Free Relative Clauses and their functional wh-words Semantics and Pragmatics. 13: 2
Caponigro I. (2019) In Defense of What(ever) Free Relative Clauses They Dismiss: A Reply to Donati and Cecchetto (2011) Linguistic Inquiry. 50: 356-371
Caponigro I, Fălăuş A. (2018) The functional nature of multiple wh- free relative clauses Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 28: 566-583
Caponigro I, Fălăuş A. (2018) Free choice free relative clauses in Italian and Romanian Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 36: 323-363
Sprouse J, Caponigro I, Greco C, et al. (2016) Experimental syntax and the variation of island effects in English and Italian Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 34: 307-344
Schütze CT, Sprouse J, Caponigro I. (2015) Challenges for a theory of islands: Abroader perspective on ambridge, pine, and lieven Language. 91: e31-e39
PATTERSON G, CAPONIGRO I. (2015) The puzzling degraded status of who free relative clauses in English English Language and Linguistics. 1-12
Caponigro I, Torrence H, Cisneros C. (2013) Free relative clauses in two Mixtec languages International Journal of American Linguistics. 79: 61-96
Caponigro I, Pearl L, Brooks N, et al. (2012) Acquiring the meaning of free relative clauses and plural definite descriptions Journal of Semantics. 29: 261-293
Caponigro I, Cohen J. (2011) On collection and covert variables Analysis. 71: 478-488
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