Latin formal syntax

  • 2019: An unexpected root clause. With Dag Haug and Per Erik Solberg. Linguistic Inquiry 50 (3): 649-661. Publisher’s site, Lingbuzz
  • 2013: An LFG analysis of the Latin reflexive. Handout from talk given at the University of Cambridge. PDF
  • 2012: Non-finiteness in Latin. PhD dissertation. University of Cambridge. PDF BibTeX

Treebanking and NLP

  • 2020: Treebanks for historical languages and scalability. In Elliott Lash, Fangzhe Qiu and David Stifter (eds), ‘Morphosyntactic Variation in Medieval Celtic Languages: Corpus-Based Approaches’, pp. 15-26. Berlin: De Gruyter. Publisher’s site
  • 2017: The PROIEL treebank family: a standard for early attestations of Indo-European languages. With Hanne Eckhoff, Kristin Bech, Gerlof Bouma, Kristine Eide, Dag Haug and Odd Einar Haugen. Language Resources and Evaluation. Publisher’s site
  • 2016: Building and using online corpora for (historical) linguistic research. Slides from a talk given at the University of Maynooth. PDF
  • 2009: Computational and Linguistic Issues in Designing a Syntactically Annotated Parallel Corpus of Indo-European Languages. With Dag Haug, Hanne M. Eckhoff, Mari Hertzenberg and Angelika Müth. In Traitement automatique des langues 50(2): 17–45. PDF BibTeX
  • 2008: Creating a Parallel Treebank of the Old Indo-European Bible Translations. With Dag Haug. In Language Resources and Evaluation 2009: Proceedings of the Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage Data. Marrakech, Morocco: 27–34. PDF BibTeX
  • 2008: The PROIEL parallel corpus of old Indo-European translations of the New Testament. With Hanne M. Eckhoff and Dag Haug. Slides from talk given at the workshop Diachronic Syntax in Slavonic Languages in Regensburg. PDF


  • 2015: Review of ‘B. McGillivray, Methods in Latin Computational Linguistics’. Journal of Roman Studies 105: 410-411. Publisher’s site