Simon Charlow

I'm an Assistant Professor in the Rutgers Department of Linguistics, specializing in formal semantics. My research looks at scope and binding, questions and indefiniteness, focus, dynamic semantics, continuations and monads, ellipsis, and their interactions. I'm really interested in how developments in other disciplines (e.g., category theory and computer science) can inform linguistic theory, and I have a soft spot for direct interpretation.

I'm redoing my website right now. If you're looking for papers and/or talks, head over to my CV. It's pretty up to date. If you need to get in touch, you can write me here.