Chair and Associate Professor
Syntax-semantics interface ♦ formal semantics ♦ formal syntax ♦ the semantics-pragmatics interface ♦ formal pragmatics ♦ psycholinguistics
2011- Assistant Professor，Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literatures. National Chiao-Tung University, Hsin Chu, Taiwan.
Administration and Service
In progress, Pei-Chen Shi, “Some constraints on the use of Chinese aspect marker zhe”
2014, Yu Chang (與林若望教授共同指導), “On Habitual Sentences in Mandarin”
Hsiu-Chen Daphne Liao. (To appear). The cumulative and distributive readings expressed by Chinese collectivizing adverbial yiqi. Proceedings of CLS 53. Chicago, IL.: Chicago Linguistic Society.
Chierchia, G., and Hsiu-Chen Daphne Liao. (2015). Where do Chinese wh-items fit? In Alonso-Ovalle, Luis, and Paula Menéndez-Benito (eds.), Epistemic Indefinites: Exploring Modality Beyond the Verbal Domain. UK, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 31-59.
Hsiu-Chen Daphne Liao. (2011). The semantics of Chinese wh-phrases in their non-interrogative uses. In M-L. Gao (ed.), Proceedings of GLOW in Asia VIII. Beijing Language and Culture University, China.
Hsiu-Chen Daphne Liao. (2008). Antiexhaustivity in Mandarin. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Chinese Languages and Linguistics (IsCLL-11), CD-ROM publication. National Chiao Tung University, HsinChu, Taiwan.
- Domains and presuppositions of Chinese ziji ‘self’ in its adverbial exclusive uses. Implicatures or domain restriction/domain widening? Theoretical and experimental approaches. Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Hungary.
- The cumulative and distributive readings expressed by Chinese collectivizing adverbial yiqi. CLS 53, the Chicago Linguistic Society, Il., USA.
- The Semantic Difference between English time and Chinese ci in Event Counting. The 24th Annual Conference of the IACL, Beijing Language and Culture University, China.
- Where do Chinese wh-items fit? The 8th Workshop on Formal Syntax and Semantics. NCTU, Taiwan.
2010. The semantics of Chinese wh-phrases in their non-interrogative uses. GLOW in Asia VIII. Beijing Language and Culture University, China.
- Antiexhaustivity in Mandarin. The 11th International Symposium on Chinese Languages and Linguistics. National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan.
- The Chinese operator dou as a focus marker. The Southern New England Workshop. MIT, Mass., USA.
- Alternatives, scales, and the operator dou. The 15th IACL & the 19th NACCL Joint Conference. Columbia University, New York, USA.
- The study of result states and the aspectuo-temporal meaning of GUO in Mandarin Chinese. The 4th Postgraduate Research Forum on Linguistics. The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.
- The Unified Semantic Function of Chinese ye. Ms. Harvard University.
- Feature Specification of Neutral Vowels in Korean. Ms. Harvard University.
- The Effect of Imageability and Color in a Stroop Paradigm. Ms. Harvard University.