Hana Filip, Ph.D.

Germanic and Slavic Studies University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
"Hana Filip"

Dissertation: Aspect, Situation Types and Nominal Reference


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Charles Fillmore grad student 1993 UC Berkeley
 (Official copy of dissertation lists Paul Kay as chair; Filip lists both Kay and Fillmore as advisors on her CV.)
Paul Kay grad student 1993 UC Berkeley


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Kurt Erbach grad student
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Sutton PR, Filip H. (2018) Counting Construcions and Coercion: Container, Portion and Measure Interpretations Oslo Studies in Language. 10
Filip H, Sutton P. (2017) Singular count NPs in measure constructions Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 27: 340-357
Sutton PR, Filip H. (2016) Mass/Count Variation: A Mereological, Two-Dimensional Semantics The Baltic International Yearbook of Cognition, Logic and Communication. 11: 11
Sutton P, Filip H. (2016) Counting in Context: count/mass variation and restrictions on coercion in collective artifact nouns Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 26: 350-370
Zinova Y, Filip H. (2014) Meaning components in the constitution of Russian verbs: Presuppositions or implicatures? Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 24: 353-372
Filip H. (2004) The Telicity Parameter Revisited Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 14: 92-109
Chambers CG, Tanenhaus MK, Eberhard KM, et al. (2002) Circumscribing referential domains during real-time language comprehension Journal of Memory and Language. 47: 30-49
Filip H. (2001) The Semantics of Case in Russian Secondary Predication Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 11: 192-211
Filip H, Carlson GN. (2001) Distributivity strengthens reciprocity, collectivity weakens it Linguistics and Philosophy. 24: 417-466
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