Faulkner, T. (accepted). Don’t cry over spilled or spilt milk?: Nuanced Semanto-pragmatic Differences Between -ed and -t in English
Faulkner, T. (2022c). Mood and Modal Concord in Spanish Directive Clauses. Borealis: An International Journal of Hispanic Linguistics, 11(3).
Faulkner, T. (2022b). On the Use of the Subjunctive with English Hope. International Journal of English Linguistics, 13(1).
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. (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.