Heidi Harley, Colin Phillips
Cambridge, MA: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics
Publication year: 1994

Papers included in this volume, which arose from an LSA satellite workshop held at MIT on January 5, 1994

What does Adjacency do? Jonathan Bobaljik The Person-Case Constraint: A Morphological Approach Eulàlia Bonet Romance Inflectional Morphology In and Out of Syntax Sarah Cummins & Yves Roberge Middle, Ergative and Passive in English: A Minimalist Perspective Koji Fujita SpecAgrP and Case: Evidence from Georgian Tracy Holloway King When AgrO is Fused to AgrS: What Morphology can tell us about the Functional Categories Erika Mitchell A Constraint on the Feature Specificatio of AGR Kumiko Murasugi On BE and HAVE in Georgian Lea Nash The Subject Positions in Athapaskan Languages Keren Rice & Leslie Saxon On zero and alpha-underspecification in Syntax and Phonology Johan Rooryck Syntactic Activity and Inertness in West Greenlandic Derivational Morphology Jerrold Sadock On the Derivation of ‘Have’ Predication and its Implication for the Syntax of the Perfective in Breton Robin Schafer Korean Verbal Inflection and Checking Theory James Yoon Resultative V-V Compounds in Chinese Ke Zou