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Dr Jacopo Romoli

BA UNIMIB, BA UNIMIB, PhD Harvard, PG CertEdu UOU.

Jacopo Romoli

Associate Investigator

Contact Details

email : jacopo.romoli@mq.edu.au
Homepage : http://www.jacoporomoli.com/
ORCID : http://orcid.org/0000-0003-2165-4559

External Address

School of Communication
University of Ulster, UK

Profile

I am a Lecturer in Linguistics at the University of Ulster and Director of Postgraduate Studies. I received my PhD in 2012 from the Department of Linguistics at Harvard University, USA.

My research focuses on formal semantics and pragmatics for natural languages, language processing and language acquisition. My current research interests are presuppositions, scalar implicatures, neg-raising phenomena, assertability constraints, conditionals and the scope interactions of nominal quantifiers and modals.

Awards

  • Dissertation Completion Fellowship (2011), Romoli, J. Harvard University
  • Graduate Students Award, Mind and Brain and Behavior Program (2010), Romoli, J. Harvard University
  • CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Travel Award (2008), Romoli, J.
  • The Douglas Dillon Fellowship 2007-2008 (2007), Romoli, J. Harvard University

Recent Grants Awarded

  • British Academy Small Research Grant (2016 - 2017) "On the interaction between morpho-syntax and semantics/pragmatics. The case of temporal implications." (GBP8,029) Romoli, J., Sudo, Y., & Folli, R. ($13,692)
  • Leverhulme Trust Research Grant (2016 - 2018) "Plural mass nouns as a window into language variation." (GBP134,267) Romoli, J., Tsoulas, G., & Folli, R. ($228,970)
  • Big Lottery Fund Grant (2015 - 2020) "Language made fun!" (GBP27,000) Romoli, J., Folli, R., Sevdali, C., Rhys, C., & Henry, A. ($46,044)
  • University of Ulster Research Challenge Fund (2014) "Bare nouns as a window into language variation." (GBP21,500). Romoli, J., Folli, R., Alexiapoulou, D., & Tsoulas, G. ($37,825)

Selected Publications

Book Chapters

  • Romoli, J., & Sauerland, U. (In Press). Presupposition and accommodation. In A. Barron, Y. Gu, & G. Steen (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Pragmatics. London, UK: Routledge.
  • Romoli, J., & Schwarz, F. (2015). An experimental comparison between presuppositions and indirect scalar implicatures. In F. Schwarz (Ed.), Studies in theoretical psycholinguistics: Experimental perspectives on presuppositions (pp. 215-240). Cham: Springer International Publishing.
  • Romoli, J., Khan, M., Sudo, Y., & Snedeker, J. (2015). Resolving temporary referential ambiguity using presupposed content. In F. Schwarz (Ed.), Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics: Experimental Perspectives on Presuppositions (pp. 67-87). Cham: Springer International Publishing.
  • Panizza, D., & Romoli, J. (2013). On the processing alternatives, exhaustification and covert negation: The case of mai. In A. Falaus (Ed.), Alternative in Semantics (pp. 209-237). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Periodicals

  • Tieu, L., Romoli, J., Poortman, E., Winter, Y., & Crain, S. (In Press). Children's comprehension of plural predicate conjunction. Journal of Child Language.
  • Tieu, L., Yatsushiro, K., Cremers, A., Romoli, J., Sauerland, U., & Chemla, E. (2017). On the role of alternatives in the acquisition of simple and complex disjunctions in French and Japanese. Journal of Semantics, 34(1), 127-152. doi:10.1093/jos/ffw010
  • Bill, C., Romoli, J., Schwarz, F. & Crain, S. (2016). Scalar implicatures vs. presuppositions: The view from acquisition [Special Issue]. Topoi: Presuppositions: Philosophy, Linguistics and Psychology, 35(1), 57-71. doi:10.1007/s11245-014-9276-1
  • Mayr, C., & Romoli, J. (2016). A puzzle for theories of redundancy: Exhaustification, incrementality, and the notion of local context. Semantics & Pragmatics, 9(7), 1-48. doi:10.3765/sp.9.7
  • Moscati, V., Romoli, J., Demarie, T.F., & Crain, S. (2016). Born in the USA: A comparison of modals and nominal quantifiers in child language. Natural Language Semantics, 24(1), 79-115. doi:10.1007/s11050-015-9120-1
  • Tieu, L., Romoli, J., Zhou, P., & Crain, S. (2016). Children's knowledge of free choice inferences and scalar implicatures. Journal of Semantics, 33(2), 269-298. doi:10.1093/jos/ffv001
  • Romoli, J. (2015). The presuppositions of soft triggers are obligatory scalar implicatures. Journal of Semantics, 32(2), 173-219. doi:10.1093/jos/fft017
  • Romoli, J. (2013). A problem for the structural characterization of alternatives. Snippets, 26, 16-17. doi:10.7358/snip-2012-026-romo
  • Romoli, J. (2013). A scalar implicature-based approach to Neg-raising. Linguistics and Philosophy, 36(4), 291-353.
  • Romoli, J. (2012). A solution to Soames’ problem: Presuppositions, conditionals and exhaustification. International Review of Pragmatics, 4(2), 153-184.
  • Romoli, J. (2012). Obligatory scalar implicatures and relevance: A problematic case. Snippets, 25, 11-12.
  • Romoli, J. (2012). Presupposition wipe-out can't be all or nothing. A note on conflicting presuppositions. Snippets, 24, 11-12.
  • Romoli, J. (2012). Strong NPIs and neg-raising desire predicates. Snippets, 26, 16-17.

Published Conference Proceedings

  • Di Bacco, F., Tieu, L., Moscati, V., Folli, R., ..., & Romoli, J. (2017). Testing the QUD approach: Children’s comprehension of scopally ambiguous questions. In A. Kaplan, M.K. McCarvel & E.J. Rubin. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 34th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (pp. 177-186). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
  • Mayr, C., & Romoli, J. (2016). Satisfied or exhaustified: An ambiguity account of the Proviso Problem. In M. Moroney, C.-R. Little, J. Collard, & D. Burgdorf (Eds.), Proceedings of the 26th Semantics and Linguistic Theory Conference (SALT) 26 (pp. 892-912). Washington, USA: Linguistic Society of America.
  • Zehr, J., Bill, C., Tieu, L., Romoli, J., & Schwarz, F. (2016). Presupposition projection from the scope of none: Universal, existential, or both? In M. Moroney, C.-R. Little, J. Collard, & D. Burgdorf (Eds.), Proceedings of the 26th Semantics and Linguistic Theory Conference (SALT) 26 (pp. 754-774). Washington, USA: Linguistic Society of America.
  • Bill, C., Romoli, J., Schwarz, F. & Crain, S. (2015). Presuppositions vs. scalar implicatures in acquisition. In E. Doty & B. Sneller (Eds.), Proceedings of the 38th Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium, Vol21/Iss1/A3, University of Pennsylvania, USA: Working Papers in Linguistics.
  • Schwarz, F., Romoli, J., & Bill, C. (2015). Scalar implicatures in processing: Slowly accepting the truth (literally). In E. Csipak, & H. Zeijlstra (Eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 19 (pp. 573-590). Göttingen University, Germany: Linguistics in Göttingen.
  • Zehr, J., Bill, C., Tieu, L., Romoli, J., & Schwarz, F. (2015). Existential presupposition projection from none? An experimental investigation. In T. Brochhagen, F. Roelofsen, & N. Theiler (Eds.), Proceedings of the 20th Amsterdam Colloquium (pp. 448-457). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Institute for Logic, Language, and Computation.
  • Tieu, L., Bill, C., Romoli, J., & Crain, S. (2014). Plurality inferences are scalar implicatures: Evidence from acquisition. In J. Grieser, T. Snider, S. D'Antonio, & M. Wiegand (Eds.), Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT 24) (pp. 122-136). Portland, USA: Linguistic Society of America.
  • Zhou, P., Romoli, J., & Crain, S. (2013). Children's knowledge of free choice inferences. In T. Snider (Ed.), Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 23 (pp. 632-651). Santa Cruz, USA: Cornell University.
  • Romoli, J. (2011). The presuppositions of soft triggers are not presuppositions. In N. Ashton, A. Chereches, & D. Lutz (Eds.), Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 23 New Jersey, USA: Cornell University Department of Linguistics.
  • Romoli, J., Sudo, Y., & Snedeker, J. (2011). An experimental investigation of presupposition projection in conditional sentences. In N. Ashton, A. Chereches, & D. Lutz (Eds.), Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 21. New Jersey, USA: Cornell University Department of Linguistics.
  • Sudo, Y., Romoli, J., Fox, D., & Hackl, M. (2011). Presupposition projection out of quantified sentences: strengthening, local accommodation and inter-speaker variation. In M. Aloni, V. Kimmelman, F. Roelofsen, G.W. Sassoon, K. Schulz, & M. Westera (Eds.), Logic, Language and Meaning Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Springer.
  • Romoli, J. (2009). Towards a structural account of conservativity. In M. Prinzhorn, V. Schmitt, & S. Zobel (Eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 14. Vienna, Austria: University of Vienna.
  • Romoli, J., & Sudo, Y. (2008). De Re/De Dicto Ambiguity And Presupposition Projection. In A. Riester & T. Solstad (Eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 13. Stuttgart, Germany: University of Stuttgart.

Conference Presentations, Colloquia, and other presentations

  • Kane, F., Cremers, A., Tieu, L., Kennedy, L., Sudo, Y., Folli, R. & Romoli, J. (2017, September). ). Testing theories of temporal inferences: Evidence from child language. Poster session presented at the 22nd Sinn und Bedeutung, University of Potsdam, Germany.
  • Kane, F., Cremers, A., Tieu, L., Sudo, Y., Kennedy, L., Folli, R. & Romoli, J. (2017, September). Testing theories of temporal inferences: Evidence from child language. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB), University of Kent, UK.
  • Renans, A., Romoli, J., Makri, M., Tieu, L., de Vries, H., Folli, R. & Tsoulas, G. (2017, September). Abundance inferences are scalar implicatures: Evidence from child and adult Greek. Paper presented at the 22nd Sinn und Bedeutung, University of Potsdam, Germany.
  • Renans, A., Romoli, J., Makri, M., Tieu, L., de Vries, H., Folli, R. & Tsoulas, G. (2017, September). Testing the abundance inference of pluralised mass nouns in Greek. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB), University of Kent, UK.
  • Romoli, J. (2016, November). Multiplicity inferences: Experimental perspectives. Invited colloquium at the University College London, UK.
  • Romoli, J. (2016, September). Invited commentary to "A plea for (no) monsters." Haida, A., & Trinh, T. Invited presentation given at the MIT Workshop on Exhaustivity, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.
  • Di Bacco, F., Tieu, L., Moscati, V., Folli, R., Sevdali, C., & Romoli, J. (2016, June). Testing the QUD approach: Children’s comprehension of scopally ambiguous questions. Paper presented at the 37th TABU Dag, University of Groningen, Germany.
  • Romoli, J. (2016, May). A challenge for parsing-based approaches to presupposition projection and triviality. Invited colloquium at the University College London, UK.
  • Zehr, J., Bill, C., Tieu, L., Romoli, J., & Schwarz, F. (2016, May). Presupposition projection from the scope of ‘none’: Universal, existential, or both? Paper presented at the 26th Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT 26), University of Texas, USA.
  • Di Bacco, F., Tieu, L., Moscati, V., Folli, R., Sevdali, C., & Romoli, J. (2016, April). Testing the QUD approach: Children’s comprehension of scopally ambiguous questions. Paper presented at the 34th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 34), University of Utah, USA.
  • Romoli, J. (2016, April). A challenge for parsing-based approaches to presupposition projection and triviality. Invited colloquium at the Experimental Study of Meaning Lab, University of Pennsylvania, USA.
  • Romoli, J. (2016, March). A challenge for parsing-based approaches to presupposition projection and triviality. Invited colloquium at the Languages In Nature: Grammars and Universals, Analyses and Experiments (LINGUAE), École Normale Supérieure, France.
  • Bill, C., Zehr, J., Tieu, L., Romoli, J., Crain, S., & Schwarz, F. (2016, February). On the acquisition of presupposition projection. Paper presented at the 38th Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society, Workshop on Presuppositions in Language Acquisition, Konstanz, Germany.
  • Bill, C., Zehr, J., Tieu, L., Romoli, J., & Schwarz, F. (2015, December). Experimental evidence for existential presupposition projection from ‘none’. Paper presented at the Amsterdam Colloquium, The Netherlands.
  • Romoli, J. (2015, December). Presuppositions in quantificational sentences: Children's and adults' data. Invited colloquium at the Linguistic Colloquium Series, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
  • Bill, C., Pagliarini, E., Romoli, J., Tieu, L., & Crain, S. (2015, November). Children's interpretation of sentences with multiple scalar terms. Poster session presented at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders Annual Workshop, Macquarie University, Sydney.
  • Kennedy, L., Romoli, J., Tieu, L., & Folli, R. (2015, October). Scope ambiguity in Broca’s aphasia: A comparative approach. Paper presented at the Workshop on the Linguistic and Cognitive Aspects of Quantification, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary.
  • Pagliarini, E., Bill, C., Romoli, J., Tieu, L., & Crain, S. (2015, October). Distributive inferences in child language. Paper presented at the Workshop on the Linguistic and Cognitive Aspects of Quantification, Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary.
  • Romoli, J. (2015, October). What children presuppose (and adults don't). Invited colloquium at the CCD Developing Mind Series: Rational Inferences Workshop, Macquarie University, Sydney.
  • Bill, C., Pagliarini, E., Romoli, J., Tieu, L., & Crain, S. (2015, September). Children's interpretation of sentences with multiple scalar terms. Poster session presented at the 20th Sinn und Bedeutung, University of Tubingen, Germany.
  • Bill, C., Tieu, L., Romoli, J., & Crain, S. (2015, September). Neg-raising in child language. Paper presented at the Workshop on Negation, University of Göttingen, Germany.
  • Kennedy, L., Romoli, J., Tieu, L., & Folli, R. (2015, September). Scope ambiguity and Broca’s aphasia: Evidence for a grammar-specific impairment. Paper presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB), University College London, UK.
  • Tieu, L., Yatsushiro, K., Cremers, A., Romoli, J., Sauerland, U., & Chemla, E. (2015, September). Disjunction in child language: Inclusive, exclusive, or conjunctive? Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, University of Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • Tieu, L., Bill, C., Romoli, J., & Crain, S. (2015, August). Comparing plurality inferences and scalar implicatures in acquisition. Paper presented at the Experimental Approaches to Semantics (ExAS), 27th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI), Barcelona, Spain.
  • Bill, C., Pagliarini, E., Romoli, J., Tieu, L., & Crain, S. (2015, July). Children’s interpretation of sentences with multiple scalar terms. Paper presented at the Experimental and Crosslinguistic Evidence for the Distinction between Implicatures and Presuppositions (ImPres), Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS), Germany.
  • Tieu, L., Bill, C., Romoli, J., & S. Crain, S., (2015, July). Plurality inferences are scalar implicatures: Further evidence from acquisition. Paper presented at the Experimental and Crosslinguistic Evidence for the Distinction between Implicatures and Presuppositions (ImPres), Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (ZAS), Germany.
  • Tieu, L., Yatsushiro, K., Cremers, A., Romoli, J., Sauerland, U., & Chemla, E. (2015, May). On the acquisition of simple and complex disjunctions in French and Japanese. Paper presented at the 25th Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT 25), Stanford University, USA.
  • Kennedy, L., Romoli, J., Tieu, L., & Folli, R. (2015, April). Scope ambiguity in Broca’s aphasia: Evidence for a grammar-specific impairment. Paper presented at the 38th Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW 38), Paris, France.
  • Tieu, L., Romoli, J., Poortman, E., Winter, Y., & Crain, S. (2014, October). Boolean and non-Boolean conjunction in acquisition. Paper presented at the First Fall Meeting on Formal Linguistics: Languages and Cognition (RALFe), École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France.
  • Kennedy, L., Romoli, J., Tieu, L., Sevdali, C., Bill, C., Crain, S., & Folli, R. (2014, September). Broca’s aphasia and plurality inferences. Paper presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB), University of Oxford, UK.
  • Romoli, J. (2014, May). Redundancy and the notion of local context. Colloquium at the LFRG Massachusetts Institute of Technology Linguistics Department, Cambridge, USA.
  • Tieu, L., Bill, C., Romoli, J., & Crain, S. (2014, May). Plurality inferences are scalar implicatures. Poster session presented at the 24th Semantics and Linguistic Theory Conference (SALT 24), New York, USA.
  • Romoli, J. (2014, April). Redundancy and the notion of local context. Colloquium at the University of York, York, UK.
  • Romoli, J. (2014, April). Redundancy and the notion of local context. Colloquium at the Linguae Seminar Series, École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France.
  • Bill, C., Romoli, J., Schwarz, F., & Crain, S. (2014, March). Indirect scalar implicatures are neither scalar implicatures nor presuppositions (or both). Poster session presented at the 38th Annual Penn Linguistics Conference, Pennsylvania, USA.
  • Bill, C., Romoli, J., Schwarz, F., & Crain, S. (2014, March). Indirect scalar implicatures are neither scalar implicatures nor presuppositions (or both). Poster session presented at the 27th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Columbus, USA.
  • Romoli, J. (2013, November). An experimental comparison of scalar implicatures and presuppositions. Paper presented at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders Annual Workshop, Macquarie University, Sydney.
  • Romoli, J. (2013, October). Indirect scalar implicatures are neither scalar implicatures nor presuppositions (or both). Colloquium at the Department of Linguistics, University College London, London, UK.
  • Romoli, J. (2013, October). Children can compute any free choice inference. Colloquium at the Department of Linguistics, University College London, London, UK.
  • Mayr, C., & Romoli, J. (2013, September). Locally useless, globally informative: Redundancy and scalar implicatures. Paper presented at the From Grammar to Meaning: The Spontaneous Logicality of Language, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain.
  • Moscati, V., Romoli, J., & Crain, S. (2013, September). Even a pragmatic child always thinks about impossible worlds: Modals, quantifiers and discourse-pragmatic factors in scope assignment. Paper presented at the Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition (GALA 2013), Oldenburg, Germany.
  • Romoli, J. (2013, September). Not all of these inferences are alike: An experimental comparison of indirect scalar implicatures and presuppositions. Colloquium at the Department of Psychology, University of Bicocca, Milan, Italy.
  • Romoli, J., Moscati, V., & Crain, S. (2013, September). When pragmatics is not enough: Modals, quantifiers and a bias for logical strength in children. Paper presented at the 5th biennial Experimental Pragmatics conference (XPRAG), Utrecht, The Netherlands.
  • Romoli, J., Moscati, V., & Crain, S. (2013, September). When pragmatics is not enough: Modals, quantifiers and a bias for logical strength in children. Paper presented at the Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition (GALA 2013), Oldenburg, Germany.
  • Schwarz, F., & Romoli, J. (2013, September). An Experimental Comparison of Presuppositions and Indirect Scalar Implicatures Paper presented at the Sinn und Bedeutung 18, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain.
  • Zhou, P., Romoli, J., & Crain, S. (2013, May). Children's knowledge of alternatives. Paper presented at the 23rd Semantics and Linguistic Theory Conference (SALT23), Santa Cruz, USA.
  • Romoli, J. (2012, September). A scalar implicature-based approach to neg-raising inferences. Colloquium at the Sinn und Bedeutung 17, Paris, France.
  • Romoli, J. (2012, July). Neg-raising inferences: Presuppositions or scalar implicatures? Invited colloquium at the Presuppositions in Context Workshop, Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Gottingen, Germany.
  • Romoli, J. (2012, February). A solution to Soames’ problem: Presuppositions, conditionals and exhaustification. Invited colloquium at the Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA.
  • Romoli, J. (2011, October). A solution to Soames’ problem: Conditionals, presuppositions and exhaustification. Colloquium at the TPrag 2011, ZAS, Berlin, Germany.
  • Romoli, J. (2011, October). Presuppositions in conditionals: An experimental approach. Invited colloquium at the Department of Psychology, University of Geneva.
  • Romoli, J. (2011, October). Presuppositions in conditionals: An experimental approach. Invited colloquium at the Department of Psychology, University of Milan-Bicocca.
  • Romoli, J. (2011, September). Conditionals, exhaustification and presuppositions. Invited colloquium at the Department of Philosophy, University of Milan.
  • Romoli, J., & Sudo, Y. (2011, August). An experimental investigation on the presuppositions of conditionals. Colloquium at the Student Session, ESSLLI 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  • Romoli, J. (2011, May). The presuppositions of soft triggers are not presuppositions. Colloquium at the SALT 21, Rutgers University.
  • Romoli, J., Sudo, Y., & Snedeker, J. (2011, May). An experimental investigation of presupposition projection in conditional sentences. Colloquium at the SALT 21, Rutgers University.
  • Romoli, J., Sudo, Y., Fox, D., & Hackl, M. (2011, May). Presupposition projection in quantificational sentences. Poster session presented at the PEPA3, Rutgers University.
  • Romoli, J., Sudo, Y., Fox, D., & Hackl, M. (2011, January). Variation of presupposition projection in quantificational sentences. Poster session presented at the Formal Semantic Evidence Workshop Colloquium 2011, Amsterdam, Holland.
  • Romoli, J. (2010, June). Experimental investigations on embedded scalar implicatures. Colloquium at the Scalar Implicatures Workshop, Harvard University.
  • Romoli, J. (2009, September). Towards a structural account of conservativity. Colloquium at the Sinn und Bedeutung 14 (SuB14), Universita?t Wien, Austria.
  • Romoli, J., Mayr, C., O' Donnel, T., Sudo, Y., & Jesse, S.r (2009, February). Eye movements in conversation: investigating presupposition processing. Colloquium at the Southern New England Workshop in Semantics, Harvard University.
  • Graff, P., Romoli, J., Moro, A., & Snedeker, J. (2009, January). Exploring a learning bias against non-conservative determiners. Poster session presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, .
  • Romoli, J.,& Mayr, C. (2008, October). Scalar Implicatures: a part of semantics, pragmaticsor possibly both? Presentation given at the Language and Cognition Seminar, Harvard University, USA.
  • Romoli, J., & Sudo, Y. (2008, September). De re/de dicto ambiguity and presupposition projection. Paper presented at the Sinn und Bedeutung 13 (SuB13), University of Stuttgart, Germany.

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