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>> in journal reviewing cycles

under revision. Teodora Mihoc. Ignorance and polarity sensitivity in the grammar: From disjunction and indefinites to numerals. [paper]  [version of September 26, 2019] [visual preview]

>> in abstract-reviewed conference proceedings or other

to appear. Teodora Mihoc. Modified numerals and polarity sensitivity: Between O(nly) and E(ven). In Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung (SuB) 25. [paper]

to appear. Teodora Mihoc* and Kathryn Davidson. Superlative-modified numerals and negation: A multiply negotiable cost. In Proceedings of Experiments in Linguistic Meaning (ELM) 1. [paper]

to appear. Aurore Gonzalez* and Teodora Mihoc*.  A neo-Carlsonian approach to bare plural nominals in Romanian and French. In J. Sturm (ed.), Harvard Working Papers in Linguistics 14. [paper]

2020. Ignorance and anti-negativity in the grammar: or/some and modified numerals. In M. Asatryan, Y. Song, and A Whitmal (eds.), Proceedings of The Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS) 50. [paper]

2019. Teodora Mihoc*, Diti Bhadra, and Anamaria Fălăuş. Epistemic modals, deduction, and factivity. In K. Blake, F. Davis, K. Lamp, and J. Rhyne (eds.), Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 29, pp. 351-70. [paper]

2014. Teodora Mihoc. The Romanian future-and-presumptive auxiliaryIn B. Buccola, M. Hamilton, A. McKillen, and J. Tanner (eds.), McGill Working Papers in Linguistics 24(1), pp. 64-80. [paper]

2013. Teodora Mihoc. The Romanian Presumptive Mood: The key to the Romanian will-Future. Cahiers linguistiques d'Ottawa/Ottawa Papers in Linguistics, 38. [paper]

>> unpublished manuscripts

2017. Akshat Agrawal* and Teodora Mihoc*. Numeral-negation scope ambiguity: An alternative RSA model. [email me for a copy]

2015. Teodora Mihoc. Georgian tu: A ka particle. [email me for a copy]

>> theses

2019. Teodora Mihoc. Decomposing logic: Modified numerals, polarity, and exhaustification. PhD thesis, Harvard University. [PhD thesis]

2012. Teodora Mihoc. The Romanian Presumptive Mood: Inferential evidentiality and upper-end degree epistemic modality. MA thesis, University of Ottawa. [MA thesis]