Patrick Elliott

Research Student

Email: p.elliott@ucl.ac.uk

Principal Supervisor: Klaus Abels

Personal website

Patrick Elliott
Research Interests

The syntax-semantics interface, ellipsis, binding, focus, and degree constructions.

Dissertations

Elliott, Patrick D. (2013) Clausal ellipsis and identity. MSc dissertation, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh.

Elliott, Patrick D. (2012) The distribution and interpretation of the German simplex anaphor. BA dissertation, University College London, London.

Publications

Barros, Matt, Elliott, Patrick D., and Thoms, Gary. To appear. More variation in island repair: The clausal/non-clausal distinction. In: Proceedings of CLS 49. [paper]

Presentations

2013

Elliott, Patrick D. Towards a Dual Account of Ellipsis Identity. Manchester Forum in Linguistics, University of Manchester, Nov 15th 2013. [handout] [abstract]

Barros, Matt, Elliott, Patrick D., and Thoms, Gary. Island evasion explains variability in island repair. Manchester Forum in Linguistics, University of Manchester, Nov 15th 2013. [handout] [abstract]

Barros, Matt, Elliott, Patrick D., and Thoms, Gary. Island evasion explains variability in island repair. Paper presented at the Edinburgh Ellipsis Workshop, University of Edinburgh, May 29th 2013. [handout]

Elliott, Patrick D. Towards a theory of radical island evasion under ellipsis. Paper presented at the LEL Postgraduate Conference, University of Edinburgh, May 22nd 2013. [handout] [abstract]

Barros, Matt, Elliott, Patrick D., and Thoms, Gary. More variation in island repair: The clausal/non-clausal distinction. Paper presented CLS 49, University of Chicago, Apr 19th 2013. [handout] [abstract]

Elliott, Patrick D. No sluice is an island. Poster presented at the Postgraduate Linguistics Workshop, University of St. Andrews, Mar 25th 2013. [handout]

2012

Elliott, Patrick D. 2012. `Illusory island repair in sluicing: Evidence from non-predicative adjectives.' Paper presented at the Edinburgh Syntax and Semantics Reading Group, Oct 10th 2012. [poster].

Teaching

PLIN1302: Introduction to Language. University College London. Teaching Assistant. January - March 2014.

PLIN1002: Introduction to Semantics and Pragmatics B. University College London. Teaching Assistant. January - March 2014.