Vorträge

  • Experiment: Weak definites vs. implicit entities vs. indefinites in German, Fereshteh Modarresi, Jette Fortmann and Manfred Krifka, to present at the workshop, annual meeting of DGfS, 2019, Sorting Out The Concept Behind Definiteness.
  • Modarresi, Fereshteh. Iranian languages. 12.06.2018, University of Wrocław.
  • Modarresi, Fereshteh. Experiment: Anaphoric potential of incorporated nominals. 2017 LACUS Conference. 31.07.2017 - 04.08.2017, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
  • Modaressi, Fereshteh. Lexical Access: The interaction of phonological and semantic features, psycholinguistics experiment. 5th International Winter school: Speech perception and production - Learning and memory. 09.01.2017 - 13.01.2017, Kloster Chorin, Germany
  • Stoltmann, Katarzyna & Fereshteh Modarresi, Spatial expressions in German, English, Italian, Polish, and Persian. The Cognitive Neuroscience Society annual meeting, 2017, San Francisco.

  • Modarresi, Fereshteh. Number-Neutrality and Anaphoric Uptake of Pseudo-Incorporated Nominals in Persian (and Weak Definites in English). Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 26. 12.05.2016 - 15.05.2016, University of Texas at Austin, https://amor.cms.hu-berlin.de/~h2816i3x/Publications/Salt26_Krifka_Modarresi.pdf
  • Manfred Krifka & Fereshteh Modarresi: "Incorporated Nominals, Weak Definites and their Anaphoric Uptake, with special reference to Persian”, Queen Mary University of London, UK.
  • Oct. 2015  Workshop on Linguistic and Cognitive Aspects of Quantification 2015, Budapest, Hungary: amor.cms.hu-berlin.de/~h2816i3x/Talks/AnaphoraIncorporationBudapest.pdf
  • Manfred Krifka & Fereshteh Modarresi: ‘The existential quantificational force of pseudo-incorporated nominals and its effects on their anaphoric uptake’
  • June 2015  Krifka, Manfred & Modarresi, Fereshteh. ‘Pseudo-incorporated nominals’, ZAS, Berlin (Center for Language science)
  • 2013    Presentation (Lecture): ‘Quasi-incorporation and number marking in Persian’. DGfS Conference: The Syntax and Semantics of Pseudo-Incorporation, Germany.
  • 2010    Bare Singulars in Persian’, Canadian Linguistic Association  Conference;  Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
  • March, 2010   ‘Prosody role in the interpretation of Bare Nouns’, presented at the Third Toronto-Ottawa-Montreal (TOM) Semantics Workshop, McGill University, Canada.
  • 2008    ‘Lexical access: The interaction of phonological and semantic features’, poster presented at the Sixth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
  • 2008    ‘Factors Affecting Lexical Access’ research presented at PsychoShorts, University of Ottawa, Canada.
  • 2008    ‘The effect of rhyme on how we access word in our memory’, research presented at the 11th Interdisciplinary Conference, University Ottawa, Canada.
  • 2008    ‘Rhyme and semantic expectancy’ poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society annual meeting, San Fransisco, US.
  • 2008    ‘Lexical organization and the effect of surface form’ paper accepted at the conference Language, Communication & Cognition, Brighton University, UK.
  • 2008    ‘Bare objects in Persian, case of Noun Incorporation’, paper presented in conference on Complex Predicates in Iranian Languages, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle  Paris III, France.
  • 2007    ‘Quasi Noun Incorporation in Persian’ paper presented in the second Oxford Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics, Oxford University, UK.

Poster

  • Stoltmann, Katarzyna & Fereshteh Modarresi. Spatial expressions in German, English, Italian, Polish, and Persian. The Cognitive Neuroscience Society annual Meeting. 25.03.2017 - 28.03.2017, San Francisco.
  • Modaressi, Fereshteh. Lexical Access: The interaction of phonological and semanticfeatures. 5th International Winterschool: Speech perception and production - Learning and memory. 09.01.2017 - 13.01.2017, Kloster Chorin.
  • Modarresi, Fereshteh. Number-Neutrality and Anaphoric Uptake of Pseudo-Incorporated Nominals in Persian (and Weak Definites in English). Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 26. 12.05.2016 - 15.05.2016, University of Texas at Austin.