Emma Borg and I are organizing the 2014 Ratio/CCR conference "Semantics and Science: What Can Experiments Tell Us about How to Model Meaning?"
"Just What Is It That Makes Travis's Examples So Different, So Appealing?", is forthcoming in J. Collins, A. Davies and T. Dobler (eds.), Themes from Charles Travis: On Language, Thought and Perception (OUP).
"Contrasting Cases" has been published in James Beebe (ed.), Advances in Experimental Epistemology (Bloomsbury).
I have been given a British Academy Quantitative Skills Acquisition Award for "Quantitative Methods in Experimental Philosophy of Language".
I wrote a review of Avner Baz's When Words Are Called For: A Defense of Ordinary Language Philosophy for The Philosophical Quarterly.
University of Kent, Semantic Content Seminar (All Souls, Oxford), Empirical Data and Philosophical Theorizing (Univ. Barcelona), University of Reading, University of East Anglia, CCCOM Workshop (Trondheim), The Contemporary Significance of Ordinary Language Philosophy (Åbo)
n dot d dot hansen at reading dot ac dot uk