Tania Rojas-Esponda
PhD student

Talks and Posters

  • T. Rojas-Esponda, Modelling dialogue and discourse particles. Google Machine Intelligence, Mountain View, October 2014.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, Discourse particles as conversational roadsigns. University of Potsdam, September 2014.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, Structure in the space of discourse particles. Questions in Discourse Workshop, Göttingen, September 2014.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, Formal approaches to dialogue and discourse particles. Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research, August 2014.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, Systematic patterns for focused/unfocused particle pairs. Questions in Discourse Workshop, Stuttgart, May 2014.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, The roadsigns of communication. Semdial (Dialdam), Amsterdam, December 2013.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, QUD-navigating discourse particles. Questions in Discourse Workshop, Amsterdam, December 2013.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, Particles through the QUD lens. UCSC UGGS seminar, November 2013.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, Pragmatics and the lexicon: interactive introduction to discourse particles. Guest lecture for Ling 130B, November 2013.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, Discourse particles through the Gricean lens. Guest lecture for Ling 196, October 2013.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, A QUD account of German doch. 18th Sinn und Bedeutung in the Basque Country, September 2013. poster.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, QUDs and S-trees: Formal tools for reading between the lines in dialogue. Nuance Communications, July 2013.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, The Sundanese plural alternation: using corpus data to connect a gradient alternation with gradient phonotactics. Stanford QP Fest, April 2013.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, Discourse particles: Pragmatic roadsigns. Guest lecture for Ling 130/230a, March 2013.
  • Lauri Karttunen, Cleo Condoravdi, Miriam Connor, Marianne Naval, Stanley Peters, Tania Rojas-Esponda, and Annie Zaenen. Double meaning: A systematic empirical study. In International Congress of Linguists, Geneva, 2013.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, The Sundanese plural alternation: comparing approaches. Stanford Phonetics and Phonology Workshop, November 2012.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, A discourse model for überhaupt. Stanford QPFest, April 2012.
  • T. Rojas-Esponda, A discourse model for überhaupt. 16th Sinn und Bedeutung in Utrecht, September 2011.
  • David Clausen, Alex Djalali, Scott Grimm, Sven Lauer, Tania Rojas-Esponda, and Beth Levin. Extension, ontological type, and morphosyntactic class: Three ingredients of countability. In Conference on Empirical, Theoretical and Computational Approaches to Countability in Natural Language, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 2010.