Presentations 

2022

  • Zupon, Andrew, Andrew Carnie, Michael Hammond, Mihai Surdeanu (2022) Automatic Correction of Syntactic Dependency Annotation Differences. Language Resources and Evaluation Conference 2022. Marseille France. 

  • Carnie, Andrew, Cricket Rayburn, Martha Awdziewicz, Lee Otterholt, Mady Newfield (2022). Dance Notation and Documentation. July 1, 2022, Door County Folk Festival. (Chair, panelist and discussion leader).

  • Carnie, Andrew, Sherry Cochran, Cricket Rayburn, Mady Newfield, John Robinson, Dale Adamson. The current state of online and hybrid dancing. June 30, 2022. Door County Folk Festival. (Chair, panelist, and discussion leader).

 

2021

  • Carnie, Andrew and Sylvia Schreiner (2021) The syntax and morphology of Scottish Gaelic Aspectual Clauses. University of Southern Mindanao – Graduate School. March 21, 2021 (Invited speaker)

 

2019

  • Carnie, Andrew (2019) An Intra-linguistic approach to the study of Scottish Gaelic. October 26, 2019. Arizona Linguistics Circle 13. (Plenary speaker)

  • Webb-Davies, Peredur, Michael Hammond, Elise Bell, Skye Anderson, Diane Ohala, Andrew Carnie and Heddwen Brooks. (2019) “Testing the effects of lexical frequency and category on soft mutation” Welsh Linguistics Seminar. Gregynog, Wales 2019

 

2018

  • Carnie, Andrew (2018) Commencement Speaker, College of Fine Arts Convocation, University of Arizona, May 10, 2018.

  • Zupon, Andrew, Adam King, Colleen Patton, Michael Hammond and Andrew Carnie (2018). A corpus analysis of Breton soft mutation inconsistencies. Typologi ar Brezhoneg, Kemper, Brittany, June 19-20, 2018. 

 

2017

  • Hammond, Michael, Skye Anderson, Diana Archangeli, Elise Bell, Heddwen Brooks, Andrew Carnie, Diane Ohala, Adam Ussishkin, Peredur Webb-Davies, Andy Wedel (2017) Grant ar dreigladau’r Gymraeg: adroddiad interim (Interim report on the grant on the mutations of Welsh). Seminar Ieithyddiaeth y Gymraeg Gregynog. Newton Wales

 

2016

  • Clayton, Ian, Andrew Carnie, Michael Hammond, Muriel Fisher (2016) Introducing the Audio-Visual Corpus of Scottish Gaelic. Rannsachadh Na Gaidhlig. Sabhal Mòr Ostaig. 

  • Patton, Colleen, Ian Clayton, Andrew Carnie and Michael Hammond (2016) Compromise between language ideologies and corpus development: the audio-visual corpus of Scottish Gaelic. Arizona Linguistics Circle 10. 

  • Webb-Davies, Peredur, Michael Hammond, Elise Bell, Skye Anderson, Diana Archangeli, Heddwen Brooks, Andrew Carnie, Diane Ohala, Adam Ussishkin, Andy Wede (2016) The Arizona-Wales mutation grant: introducing the project. 23ain Seminar Ieithyddiaeth y Gymraeg, Gregynog 

 

2015

  • Carnie, Andrew and Sylvia Schreiner (2015). “The Syntax and Semantics of Aspectual Contrasts in Scottish Gaelic”, The Syntax of Contrast Conference. University of Toronto, April 25, 2015. (Invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (2015). “Dependency based Merge” ASU Linguistics/Applied Linguistics Symposium, Arizona State University,  Feb 28, 2015 (Keynote speaker)

  • Sung, Jae-Hyun, Diana Archangeli, Samuel Johnston, Ian Clayton, Andrew Carnie (2015) The articulation of Mutated Consonants: Palatalization in Scottish Gaelic. International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow.

 

2014

  • Archangeli, Diana, Samuel Johnston, Jae-Hyun Sung, Muriel Fisher, Michael Hammond and Andrew Carnie. (2014) Articulation and Neutralization: A Preliminary Study of Lenition in Scottish Gaelic. Interspeech, September 17, 2014, Singapore. 

  • Archangeli, Diana.  Samuel Johnston, Jae-Hyun Sung, Muriel Fisher, Michael Hammond, Andrew Carnie (2014) Svarabhakti vowel articulation in Scots Gaelic, LabPhon 14, July, 27th, 2014, Tokyo Japan

  • Sung, J-H., Archangeli, D., Clayton, I., Brenner, D., Johnston, S., Hammond, M., & Andrew Carnie. (2014). The articulation of lexical palatalization in Scottish Gaelic. 167th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Providence, RI, U.S.A., May 8, 2014. 

  • Warner, Natasha Ian Clayton, Daniel Brenner, Andrew Carnie, Michael Hammond, Muriel Fisher. (2014).  Linguistic Society of America. The effect of Gaelic initial consonant mutation on spoken word recognition. Minneapolis

  • Warner, Natasha, Brenner, Dan, Schertz, Jessamyn, Carnie, Andrew, Fisher, Muriel, and Hammond, Michael.  (2014) “The aerodynamic puzzle of Scottish Gaelic nasalized fricatives.”  Dag van de Fonetiek meeting, Utrecht, the Netherlands, December 2014.

  • Warner, Natasha, Ian Clayton, Daniel Brenner, Andrew Carnie, Michael Hammond, Muriel Fisher. (2014).  The effect of Gaelic initial consonant mutation on spoken word recognition. Celtic Linguistics Conference 8, Edinburgh 

 

2013

  • Carnie, Andrew, Hyun-Kyoung Jung, Heidi Harley (2013) “Possession, Psych Predicates and Covert Double Objects” University of Calgary Linguistics Colloquium. April 12, 2013. (invited speaker)

  • Sung, Jae-Hyun, Diana Archangeli, Daniel Brenner, Ian Clayton, Samuel Johnston, Michael Hammond, and Andrew Carnie (2013).  Ultrafest 6. The Articulation of Scottish Gaelic Plain and Palatalized Consonants. Edinburgh.

  • Warner, Natasha L., Ian Clayton, Andrew Carnie, Muriel Fisher, Dan Brenner, Michael Hammond, Diana Archangeli, and Adam Ussishkin  (2013) Perception of Scottish Gaelic alternating (leniting) consonants. Acoustical Society of America, San Francisco, December, 2013. poster

 

2012

  • Biezma, Maria, Daniel Siddiqi and Andrew Carnie, “Counterfactuality in Non-Standard Subjunctive Conditionals.”  North Eastern Linguistic Society Meeting (NELS), CUNY, New York, November 2012. 

  • Biezma, Maria, Dan Siddiqi and Andrew Carnie. (2012) “On counterfactuality in non-standard subjunctive conditionals” ILL group meeting, Carlton University, February 4, 2012

  • Carnie, Andrew and Sylvia Reed (Schreiner) (2012). “The Syntax and Semantics of Scottish Gaelic a’ dol”, Celtic Linguistics Conference 7, June 22, 2012. University of Rennes II. France. (Plenary Speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew, “Dependency Based Merge”, Carleton University Linguistics Colloquium, February 4, 2012. (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (2012). “Experimental Investigations on Scottish Gaelic Phonetics and Phonology”, Carleton University Linguistics Colloquium, February 3, 2012. (invited speaker)

  • Jung, Hyun-Kyoung, Andrew Carnie, Heidi Harley  (2012). “On the Lack of Double Object Constructions in Scottish Gaelic”, New Perspectives on Celtic Linguistics Workshop. University of California, Berkeley. September 8, 2012.

  • Warner, Natasha, Dan Brenner and Andrew Carnie. “Nasalized Fricatives vs. Approximants in Scottish Gaelic”. Celtic Linguistics Conference 7, June 23, 2012, University of Rennes II, France

  • Warner, Natasha, Jessamyn Schertz, Andrew Carnie, Muriel Fisher, Diana Archangeli, Michael Hammond, Lionel Mathieu and Colin Gorrie. Timing of perceptual cues in Scots Gaelic sound distinctions, Celtic Linguistics Conference 7, June 23, 2012. University of Rennes II, France

 

2011

  • Brenner, Dan, Andréa Davis, Natasha Warner, Andrew Carnie, Muriel Fisher, Jessamyn Schertz, Michael Hammond and Diana Archangeli (2011). Can you say [ṽ] or [x̃]. Aerodynamics of Nasalized Fricatives in Scottish Gaelic. Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, October, 2011. Poster

  • Brenner, Dan, Natasha Warner, Andrew Carnie, Muriel Fisher, Diana Archangeli, Mike Hammond, Micaya Clymer, Andrea Davis, Colin Gorrie, Julia Fisher, Lionel Matthieu, Jessamyn Schertz and Jae-Hyun Sung (2011) Fitting the Phonetically Impossible into Phonology: Nasalized Fricatives in Scots Gaelic. University of Arizona, Department of Linguistics Spring Datablitz, February 11, 2011

  • Carnie, Andrew (2011) “Scottish Gaelic Pronoun Postposing and Set Theoretic Phrase Structure”, Irish Network of Formal Linguistics 3, Belfast Ireland, May 27, 2011 (Plenary Speaker)

  • Davis, Andréa, Michael Hammond, Diana Archangeli, Andrew Carnie, Muriel Fisher, Natasha Warner, Colin Gorrie, Lionel Mathieu, Jessamyn Schertz. (2011) Perceptual and Judgment-based Experiments on Scottish Gaelic Svarabhakti. 14th International Congress of Celtic Studies, Maynooth Ireland, August 2011.

  • Davis, Andrea, Michael Hammond, Andrew Carnie, Muriel Fisher, Diana Archangeli, Natasha Warner, Dan Brenner, Micaya Clymer, Julia Fisher, Colin Gorrie, Lionel Matthieu, Jessamyn Schertz and Jae-Hyun Sung (2011) Syllable Count of Epenthetic Words in Scots Gaelic. University of Arizona, Department of Linguistics Spring Datablitz, February 11, 2011

  • Schertz, Jessamyn, Diana Archangeli, Andrew Carnie, Jae Hyun Sung, Lionel Mathieu, Michael Hammond, Natasha Warner, Brenna Ward, Chelsea Milburn, Peter A. Brown, Dan Brenner, Colin Gorrie and Andrea Davis (2011): The articulation of epenthetic vowels in Scottish Gaelic. 14th International Congress of Celtic Studies, Maynooth Ireland, August 2011.

  • Warner, Natasha, Andrew Carnie, Dan Brenner, Micaya Clymer, Lionel Mathieu, Jae-Hyun Sung, Jessamyn Schertz, Michael Hammond, Diana Archangeli, Muriel Fisher, Colin Gorrie (2011):  Nasalization and Frication in Scottish Gaelic. 14th International Congress of Celtic Studies, Maynooth Ireland, August 2011.

  • Warner, Natasha, Andrew Carnie, Muriel Fisher, Jessamyn Schertz, Lionel Mathieu, Colin Gorrie, Michael Hammond, Diana Archangeli (2011) The Timing of perceptual Cues in Scots Gaelic. Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, October, 2011. Poster

 

2010

  • Carnie, Andrew, with Archangeli, Fisher, Hammond, Warner, Brenner, Clymer,  Davis, Gorrie, Mathieu, Schertz, Sung, Ward (2010) “Scottish Gaelic Experimental Phonology: A Preliminary Report.” Celtic Linguistics Conference 6, Sept 12, 2010. University College Dublin. (Plenary Speaker)

  • Carnie Andrew (2010). Celtic Linguistics Conference 6, University College Dublin, Sept 11, 2010. Topic: Field work with Native Speakers . (Panelist)

 

2009

  • Archangeli, Diana, Jeff Berry, Andrew Carnie, Nicole Hunt, Sunjing Ji, and Keisha Josephs  (2009) “ATR in Scottish Gaelic Tense Sonorants: A preliminary report”, Formal Approaches to Celtic Linguistics. University of Arizona, March 25, 2009.

 

2008

  • Carnie, Andrew (2008) “Morphophonological Constraints on Word Order”. Linguistics Department Colloquium, University of California San Diego. November 24, 2008,  (Invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (2008) “Set Theoretic Constituent Representations and Morphophonological Conditions on Linearization. Third Brussels Conference on Generative Grammar, Brussels, Belgium May 22, 2008 (Invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (2008) “Phasing in Mixed Categories: Evidence from Celtic”. SLAT roundtable, University of Arizona, March 8, 2008. (Invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (2008) “The phonology of Scottish Gaelic”, Sound Minds Group, University of Arizona. February 8, 2008

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2007

  • Carnie, Andrew (2007)"Mixed Categories: A Phase-bound approach", Program in Linguistics Colloquium, Arizona State University, April 6, 2007 (Invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (2007). "Mixed Categories", Arizona Syntax Salon, April 2, 2007 (Invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew with Massimo Piatelli Palmarini, Cecile McKee, Andy Wedel, LouAnn Gerken (2008)  Cognitive Science Master Seminar, University of Arizona, September 19, 2007. Topic: The Poverty of the Stimulus. (Invited Panelist)

 

2006

  • Carnie, Andrew (2006) Celtic Mixed Categories: A Phase-bounded Approach. Syracuse/Cornell Workshop on the Internal Syntax of Nominalized Clauses. March 25, 2006.

 

2003

  • Carnie, Andrew (2003) "Phrase Structure and Ergativity", Department of Linguistics Colloquium, University of Utah. Feb 28, 2003. (Invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (2003). A Phase-Geometric Approach to Multiple Case Systems. MIT Workshop on Phases and the EPP, January 16, 2003. 

  • Carnie, Andrew with with Heidi Harley and Sheila Dooley-Collberg (2003) "Remarks on Papers". Workshop on the Syntax of Verb Initial Languages, University of Arizona, Feb 23, 2003 (Panelist).

 

2002

  • Carnie, Andrew (2002) Geometric Hierarchies and Multiple Case Systems. Workshop on Ergativity, University of Toronto, Oct 17, 2002. 

 

2001

  • Carnie, Andrew (1998)."The Irish Language" University of Arizona Undergraduate Linguistics Club speaker's series. April 11, 2001. (Invited speaker)

 

2000

  • Carnie, Andrew (1998). “Grammatical Hierarchies and Grammaticalized Hierarchies” Cognitive Science Master Seminar, University of Arizona, Tucson April 6, 2000. (Invited speaker)

 

1999

  • Carnie, Andrew (1999) NSF-funded Workshop on XML, Markup Languages and Unicode. Eastern Michigan University. Sept 15-17,1999. (Invited Panel Discussant)

 

1998

  • Carnie, Andrew (1998). "Deriving X-bar status" colloquium series, University of Georgia, Athens, January 20th, 1998. (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1998)."The Status of Words and Phrases" Linguistics Colloquium Series, University of Arizona, Tucson. February 25th, 1998. (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1998)."Underdetermined Phrasality" Linguistics Colloquium Series, University of Rochester.  March 23rd, 1998. (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1998). “The Problem of VSO order” Linguistics Colloquium Series, University of Arizona, Tucson, October 23, 1998. (invited speaker)

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1997

  • Carnie, Andrew (1997) "On Words and Phrases" University of Toronto Colloquium Series, January 24 1997. (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1997) "On the derived Notions of  X° and XP" Harvard Colloquium Series. January 31, 1997. (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1997) "Derived words and phrases". Swarthmore College Colloquium Series, April 11, 1997. (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1997) "Subject Positions, EPP and PRO", research presentation, University College Dublin, May 15th, 1997. (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1997) "Underdetermined Phrasality", colloquium series, University College London, June 10, 1997. (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1997) "The Puzzle of VSO" University of Toronto Syntax Working Group Series, January 24 1997. (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew and Heidi Harley (1997) "The EPP, PRO, and Irish Clausal Architecture". Paper presented at the second Celtic Linguistics Conference, University College Dublin Ireland, June 21, 1997. 

  • Carnie, Andrew and Heidi Harley (1997) "The EPP, PRO, and Case in Irish". Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistics Association, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. Johns Newfoundland. 

  • Harley, Heidi and Carnie, Andrew (1997) "Distinguishing the EPP and Nominative Case" Linguistic Society of America, Chicago 

 

1996

  • Carnie, Andrew (1996) "Complex Predicates and the Theory of Head Movement', Michigan State University February 9, 1996. (Invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1996) "Derived Wordhood and Phrasality" University of Michigan Colloquium Series, Sept. 25, 1996. (Invited speaker

  • Carnie, Andrew (1996) "On the Notions X° and XP" Paper presented at the North Eastern Linguistic Society Meeting 27 (NELS 27). McGill University, Montréal. 

  • Carnie, Andrew and Heidi Harley (1996) “Irish VSO Word Order Revisited” Linguistic Society of America, San Diego. 

 

1995

  • Carnie, Andrew (1995) "Complex Predicates and Head Movement" Yale University, January 31 1995* (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1995) "Complex Predicates and Head Movement" University of Connecticut (Spring Colloquium Series), March 6, 1995 (invited speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1995) "What’s a head like you doing in a phrase like this?" University of Calgary (fall Colloquium Series), October 3, 1995 (Invited Speaker)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1995) ‘Modern Irish: a Case Study in Language Revival Failure’ MIT Workshop on Endangered Languages. 

  • Carnie, Andrew and Pilar Barbosa (1995) "Is right adjunction right? Evidence from French and Irish" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. New  Orleans

  • Carnie, Andrew Heidi Harley and Elizabeth Pyatt (1995) 'Old Irish: A double derivation of VSO'  Paper  presented at Celtic Linguistics Conference, Dublin Ireland

  • Carnie, Andrew (1995), Canadian Linguistic Association Round Table: "Graduate Studies in Linguistics in Canada: How to Recruit Students and How to Keep them" June 12, 1995. Invited discussant

 

1994

  • Carnie, Andrew (1994) ‘Complex Predicates and Deriving Copular Word Order’ Paper presented at the Language in Ireland Conference. Parasession on the Generative Linguistics of Modern Irish. University of Ulster, Jordanstown. (Proceedings listed above)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1994)  ‘On the Head Movement of Complex Nominal Predicates’ Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, University of Calgary.  (Proceedings listed above)

  • Carnie, Andrew (1994) ‘Complex Nominal Predicates and Head Movement in Irish’ Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. Boston. 

  • Carnie, Andrew and Heidi Harley (1994) ‘Nominally Complex Copular Structures’ Paper presented at Langue et Grammaire 1, Université de Paris 8. 

  • Carnie, Andrew and Heidi Harley (1994) ‘Nominally Phrasal Copular Structures’ Paper presented at WECOL (94), UCLA.

  • Carnie, Andrew Heidi Harley and Elizabeth Pyatt (1994) ‘The Resurrection: Raising to Comp, Evidence from Old Irish” Paper presented at the Formal Linguistics Society of the Midwest Meeting 5, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

 

1992

  • Carnie, Andrew and Jonathan Bobaljik (1992) ‘A Minimalist Approach to Some Problems of Irish Word Order’. Presented at  the 12th annual Harvard Celtic Colloquium. Dept. of Celtic Studies, Harvard University

1991

  • Carnie, Andrew (1991) ‘The Phonology of Irish Morphology” Presented at the Leiden Conference for Junior Linguists 3. Leiden University, the Netherlands.