Dr. Tim Stowell

Prof. Tim Stowell

Professor

UCLA Linguistics Department
3125 Campbell Hall
Los Angeles CA 90095-1543

 

Research Interests

Tim Stowell's research interests are focused on the nature of syntactic structure and its relation to semantic interpretation. In particular, he has been concerned with the syntax of argument structure and predication, and its reflection in the structure of clauses and subclausal constituents. His recent work has focused on the syntax of tense and the logic of temporal interpretation, and on the syntax of quantifiers and other determiners and the principles governing scope assignment and reference.

 

21st Century Publications (for papers from the 20th century, click here)

  • "Where the Past is in the Perfect" (2008) in Ángeles Carrasco Gutierrez (ed.), Tiempos compuestosy formas verbales complejas (Lingüistica Iberoamericana Vol. 34), Madrid, Vervuet, pp. 103-118.
  • "The English Konjunktiv II" (2007) in J. Lecarme and J. Guéron (eds.), Time and Modality, Springer Science and Business Media, B.V., pp. 251-272.
  • "Sequence of Perfect" (2007) in Louis de Saussure, Jacques Moeschler and Genoveva Puskas (eds.) Recent advances in the syntax and semantics of tense, mood and aspect (Trends in Linguistics Vol. 185) Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter, pp. 123-146.
  • "The Syntactic Expression of Tense" (2007) Lingua 117, pgs. 437-463.
  • "Appositive and Parenthetical Relative Clauses" (2005) in Hans Broekhuis, Norbert Corver, Jan Koster, Riny Huybregts and Ursula Kleinhenz (eds.), Organizing Grammar: Linguistic Studies in Honor of Henk van Riemsdijk, Berlin/New York, Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 608-617.

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