Presentations, Talks, Panels

2022

Panels Moderated:

Black and Abroad: Moderator and Panelist. Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Talks given:

Faulkner, T. A Semanto-sociolinguistic Approach to Negation in Jamaican Creole. The 65th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Faulkner, T. “Indicative-accepting, Subjunctive Clauses: The Relationship Between Informativeness and Assertion in Mood Variation.” Linguistics Colloquium at the Institute for German Language and Linguistics. University of Cologne, Germany. Online. (Invited Speaker)

Faulkner, T. Indicative Directive Complements: The Relationship Between Mood and Modal Concord in Spanish. Junior Faculty Research Group. Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Black and Abroad: Panelist. Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

2021

Panels Organized:

Going Against the Standard Norm: ‘Non-prescriptive’ Spanish. (withdrawn)

Talks given:

Faulkner, T. Linguistics and Language Justice. Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Faulkner, T. A systematic investigation of the Spanish subjunctive mood variation in subjunctive clauses. 50th VIRTUAL ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LINGUISTIC ASSOCIATION OF THE SOUTHWEST (LASSO). Online.

Faulkner, T. “Subjunctive vs. Indicative: How Pragmatic Constraints Increase the Acceptability of the Indicative in ‘Subjunctive-requiring’ Clauses.” The 17th International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA, 2021). Online at Zurich University of Applied Sciences.

Faulkner, T. & Mun, Jeong. Pedagogical Workshop: Producción escrita: La estructura en el aula de ELE. Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Online.

Faulkner, T. “A Changing Mood System: The Use of the Indicative in Spanish’s Subjunctive-preferring Clauses.” Linguistic Society of America (LSA) Annual Meeting. Online.

Faulkner, T. “Not One But Two Subjunctives: The Two Spanish Subjunctives.” Graduate Portuguese and Hispanic Symposium 13. Online at Georgetown University.

Faulkner, T. “The Subjunctive vs. The Indicative: How Non-standard Usage of Mood
Influences Social Attitudes.” Sociolinguistics Symposium 21. (SOSY). Online at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Faulkner, T. “Es bueno que usamos el indicativo: How Mood Use Influences Social
Attitudes.” Texas Linguistic Society (TLS). Online at the University of Texas at
Austin.

2020

Faulkner, T. “‘Subjunctive-requiring’ or ‘Subjunctive-preferring’?: How Pragmatic Constraints Influence the Acceptability of the Indicative.” 56th Linguistics Colloquium. Online.

Faulkner, T. “The Odd One Out: How Spanish Differs from Romance in its Selection of Mood.” Graduate Portuguese and Hispanic Symposium (GRAPHSY). Washington, D.C.

Faulkner, T. The Changing Face of Counterfactuality: The Use of the Conditional in the Antecedents of Counterfactual Statements. 49th VIRTUAL ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LINGUISTIC ASSOCIATION OF THE SOUTHWEST (LASSO). Online.

Faulkner, T. “Mood Variation in Romance.” Topics in Semantics. Washington, D.C.

2019

Faulkner, T. “Native Speaker Perceptions of Mood Variation in Spanish Emotive-factive Clauses: How Informational Quality Influences Usage of the Indicative.” Spanish Linguistics in North Carolina (SLINKI). Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Faulkner, T. “Passives with Ser and Estar: Evidence of ‘Target States’ and ‘Resultant States’ in Spanish. Georgetown University.” Graduate Portuguese and Hispanic Symposium (GRAPHSY). Washington, D.C.

Faulkner, T. “An Experimental Investigation of Mood Variation in Spanish Emotive-factive Clauses.” MACSIM (Mid-Atlantic Colloquium Studies in Meaning). New York, New York.

Faulkner, T. “Aural vs. Written Comprehension.” Pedagogy Workshop Series. Washington, D.C.

Faulkner, T. “UCCA’s Crosslinguistic Capacities: The Effect of Discourse Type and Translation on Semantic Representation.” Language, Linguistics, and Life. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Faulkner, T. “The Acceptability of the Indicative in Spanish Evaluative Expressions: How Prescriptivity Shows Itself to be a Non-Native Speaker Phenomenon.” The 16th International Pragmatics Conference. Hung Hom, Hong Kong.

Faulkner, T. “SNFC CARPOOL.” HopHacks. Baltimore, Maryland.

Faulkner, T. “The Indicative, Subjunctive, and Social Attitudes: How Mood Choice

Relates to Social Judgments.” Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (HLS). El Paso, Texas.

2018

Faulkner, T. “Prescriptively or Descriptively Speaking?: How Information Quality Influences Mood Variation in Spanish Emotive Clauses.” Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (HLS). Austin, Texas.

Faulkner, T. “Prescriptively or Descriptively Speaking?: How Native and Nonnative Speakers Interpret Mood Variation in Emotive-factive Constructions.” The Second Language Research Forum (SLRF). (accepted)

Panels Moderated

  • Black and Abroad: Moderator and Panelist (Kalamazoo College) (2022)
  • 50th VIRTUAL ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LINGUISTIC ASSOCIATION OF THE SOUTHWEST Chair of the Heritage Language Panel. (2021)
  • The 17th International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA): Chair of the Grammar and Cognition Panel. (2021)
  • 49th VIRTUAL ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LINGUISTIC ASSOCIATION OF THE SOUTHWEST: Chair of the Phonetics and Attitudes Session (2020)
  • 49th VIRTUAL ANNUAL MEETING OF THE LINGUISTIC ASSOCIATION OF THE SOUTHWEST: Chair of the Phonetics and Attitudes Session (2020)
  • Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (HLS): Chair of the Pragmatics/Discourse Analysis Session (2019)