Publications

Faulkner, T. (2022a). The Two Spanish Subjunctives: The Required and Default Subjunctives. Borealis: An International Journal of Hispanic Linguistics, 11(1).

Faulkner, T. (2021b). A Systematic Investigation of the Spanish Subjunctive: Mood Variation in Subjunctive Clauses. Dissertation.

Faulkner, T. (2021a). Prescriptively or Descriptively Speaking?: How Information Quality Influences Mood Variation in Spanish Emotive-factive Clauses. Pragmatics, 31(3).

Faulkner, T. (accepted). Indicative Directive Complements: The Relationship Between Mood and Modal Concord in Spanish.

Faulkner, T. (accepted). On the Use of the Subjunctive with English Hope.

Faulkner, T. (in preparation). The Changing Face of Counterfactuality: The Use of the Conditional in the Antecedents of Counterfactual Statements.

Faulkner, T. (in preparation). Passives with Ser and Estar: ‘Target’ vs. ‘Resultant’ States

Faulkner, T. (accepted). ‘Subjunctive-requiring’ or ‘Subjunctive-preferring’?: How Pragmatic Constraints Influence the Acceptability of the Indicative. Proceedings of the 56th Linguistics Colloquium.

Faulkner, T. (in preparation). The Indicative, Subjunctive, and Social Judgements: How Mood Variation Influences the Social Attributes that Language Users are Assigned.

Faulkner, T. (in preparation). The Changing Face of Counterfactuality: The Use of the Conditional in the Antecedents of Counterfactual Statements.