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Alison Hall

Postdoctoral Research Fellow


Location: Room 115, Chandler House,
2 Wakefield Street, London WC1N 1PF
Email: a.hall@ucl.ac.uk
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Research Interests

Pragmatics, philosophy of language, semantics, in particular the semantics-pragmatics distinction, pragmatic enrichment and lexical pragmatics.

Publications

    2014

    • Hall, A. M. (2014). 'Free' enrichment and the nature of pragmatic constraints. International Review of Pragmatics 6(1)

    2012

    • Carston, R. A. (2012). Implicature and explicature. In Schmid, H. J. (Ed.). Cognitive Pragmatics. ( Vol. 4 ). Mouton de Gruyter.
    • Hall, A. M., Carston, (2012). Implicature and explicature. In Schmid, H. -. J. (Ed.). Handbook of Cognitive Pragmatics ( ). Mouton de Gruyter.

    2009

    • Hall, A. (2009). 'Free' enrichment and the nature of pragmatic constraints. University College London Working Papers in Linguistics 21, 93-123
    • Hall, A. (2009). Semantic Compositionality and Truth-Conditional Content. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 109(3), 353-364 doi:10.1111/j.1467-9264.2009.00274.x.
    • Hall, A. (2009). Subsentential utterances, ellipsis, and pragmatic enrichment. Pragmatics and Cognition 17(2), 222-250

    2008

    • Hall, A. (2008). Free enrichment or hidden indexicals? MIND LANG 23(4), 426-456

    2007

    • Hall, A. (2007). Do discourse connectives encode concepts or procedures? LINGUA 117(1), 149-174 doi:10.1016/j.lingua.2005.10.003.
    • Hall, A. (2007). Subsentential utterances, ellipsis, and pragmatic enrichment. University College London Working Papers in Linguistics 19, 235-260

    2006

    • Hall, A. (2006). Free enrichment or hidden indexicals? University College London Working Papers in Linguistics 18, 71-102

    2004

    • Hall, A. (2004). The meaning of but: A procedural reanalysis. University College London Working Papers in Linguistics 16, 199-236