Codex Ambrosianus C301 (Milan Codex folio 30, column b, top 5 lines)
Too much or not enough: object marking in Old Irish. Paper to be presented at Tionól 2013, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Dublin (November, 2013).
Applying Haspelmath's argument indexing to Old Irish and Middle Welsh pronominal marking. Paper to be presented at the Österreichische Linguistiktagung 2013, Salzburg (November, 2013).
Diachronic factors and the animacy hierarchy in Old Irish. Paper presented at Typological hierarchies in synchrony and diachrony (Theme-session of the 10th Meeting of the Association of Linguistic Typology), Leipzig (August, 2013).
The -igidir verbs in Old Irish. Paper presented at the 1st European Symposium in Celtic Studies, Trier (August, 2013).
How to gloss a manuscript: the view from Milan (Bobbio). Paper presented at the 27th Irish Conference of Medievalists, Dublin (July, 2013).
Agreement and Old Irish. Paper presented at the conference Agreement from a diachronic perspective, Marburg (October, 2012).
Small clauses and coordination in Old Irish. Invited paper presented at the Berkeley Celtic Syntax Workshop, University of California, Berkeley (September, 2012).
The Milan Glosses Database. Paper presented at the 34th Annual University of California Celtic Studies Conference / Annual Meeting of the Celtic Studies Association of North America (CSANA), UCLA (March, 2012).
The Milan Glosses Project. Paper presented at Tionól 2011, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Dublin (November, 2011).
The decline of the Old Irish deponent. Paper presented at the XIV. International Celtic Studies Conference, National University of Ireland Maynooth (August, 2011).
Historical Linguistics for the Celtic Linguist: the Methodology of Fact-finding. Paper presented at the faculty workshop Fakten und Mythen in der Sprachgeschichte, University of Vienna (November, 2010).
Denominal and Deadjectival Deponents in Old Irish. Paper presented at the Arbeitstagung on the Indo-European Verb, UCLA (September, 2010).
Old Irish denominal and deadjectival deponents. Paper presented at the conference Morphological Voice and its Grammatical Interfaces: Theoretic Modelling and Psycholinguistic Validation, University of Vienna (June, 2010).
Language and Literature as a Window to Irish Culture and History. Invited talk presented at the seminar Éire - the Celtic Tiger, a wayward cat? Akademie für politische Bildung, Tutzing, Germany (March, 2010).
The etymology of OIr. ocus and. Paper presented at Tionól 2009, Dublin (November, 2009).
Die Etymologie der 1. und 2. Person Singular der notae augentes. Paper presented at the 5th Deutschsprachiges Keltologensymposium, Zürich (September, 2009).
Raising of *e to *i before *µ in Old Irish. Paper presented at the Sounds of Indo-European conference, Copenhagen (April, 2009).
pro in Old Irish. Paper presented at the Formal Approaches to Celtic Linguistics conference, Tucson, Arizona (March, 2009).
Die Funktion der notae augentes im Altirischen: ein typologische und strukturelle Analyse. Paper presented at the 36th Austrian Linguistics Meeting, Vienna (December, 2008).
The genesis of the animacy hierarchy in the Old Irish notae augentes. Paper presented at the 13th general meeting of the Indogermanische Gesellschaft, Salzburg, (September, 2008).
British Celtic intervocalic *s. Paper presented at the 10th Symposium of the Societas Celtica Nordica, Gothenburg, Sweden (June, 2008).
The distribution of the notae augentes in the Old Irish Glosses: a case of the animacy hierarchy. Paper presented at Tionól 2007, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Dublin (November, 2007).
The Milan Glosses Project: a lexicon and digital database. Project report presented at the 13th International Conference of Celtic Studies, Bonn (July, 2007).
British Celtic intervocalic *s. Paper presented at the University of Chicago Linguistics Department Mini-Conference (December, 2003).
Historical Linguistics and Manuscript Tradition in the pre-history of J. R. R. Tolkiens Middle Earth. Invited paper presented at the University of Chicago Medieval Studies Workshop (February, 2003).
Palatalization of clusters arising from anaptyxis in Old Irish. Paper presented at the University of Chicago / Northwestern Graduate Student Colloquium (May, 2002).