Lisa Bylinina

Quick CV
I am a linguist, currently working at Leiden University Centre for Linguistics on my NWO VENI project called Number Words. The goal of the project is to better understand the relation between the grammar of numerals in natural language, their meaning, and number cognition. I approach this task from a cross-linguistic, morphosyntactic, semantic, philosophical and cognitive perspectives.
From November 2013 till November 2016, I was a postdoc at the Meertens Institute, Amsterdam, working on cross-linguistic variation in morphosyntax of numerals.

My dissertation entitled The Grammar of Standards [pdf] was written in Utrecht Institute for Linguistics OTS and defended in February 2014.

My interests are: meaning and structure of degree and quantity constructions, grammar of subjectivity and perspective-sensitivity in natural language. I am also interested in semantic aspects of cross-linguistic and typological research, philosophy and cognition.

You can find my full CV here.
Recent papers
On 'zero' and semantic plurality [draft version] // with Rick Nouwen
Accepted for publication in Glossa
Plurality in Buriat and structurally constrained alternatives [proceedings volume] // with Alexandre Podobryaev
21st Amsterdam Colloquium proceedings, 2017
Splitting Germanic negative indefinites [proceedings volume] // with Dominique Blok and Rick Nouwen
21st Amsterdam Colloquium proceedings, 2017
Judge-dependence in degree constructions [draft version]

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Semantics I
Autumn 2018
BA course at Leiden University
Semantics I
Autumn 2017
BA course at Leiden University
ESSLI 2015
The Semantics of perspective-sensitivity
with Yasutada Sudo
Semantics I
with Lena Karvovskaya, Autumn 2014, BA course at Leiden University
The Semantics of Possible and Impossible Worlds
with Igor Yanovich, 2005, Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Department, Moscow State University
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