Ellise canoeing
Exploring the Genesee river that runs along the University of Rochester Campus

I work on nominal countability under Scott Grimm in the Quantitative Semantics Lab.

My MA research was on temporal orientaion in embedded clauses under Aaron Steven White in the Formal and Computational Semantics Lab at the University of Rochester as part of the MegaAttitude Project.

Publications and Presentations:

Scott Grimm, Ellise Moon, & Kai Schenk. 2023. Witnessing nominal mass-count coercions: Finding rare events in big data. Sinn und Bedeutung 28.

Ellise Moon, Kai Schenck, & Scott Grimm. 2023. Creativity in Nominal Mass-Count Coercions. 45th Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society. Slides.

Ellise Moon. 2023. Cocktails and Countability. 97th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. Denver, Colorado. Slides. Paper Draft.

Scott Grimm, Ellise Moon, & Adam Richman. 2021. Strongly Non-Countable Nouns: Strategies Against Individuality. In M. Dočekal & M. Wągiel, Formal Approaches to Number in Slavic and Beyond (57–81). Language Science Press.

Ellise Moon & Aaron Steven White. 2020. The Source of Nonfininte Temporal Interpretation. In Proceedings of the 50th Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (11-24). GLSA Publications.