Publications

2004
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 2004. “Clustering theories.” In Verb clusters: A study of Hungarian, German and Dutch, edited by Katalin É Kiss and Henk van Riemsdijk.
2003
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 2003. “Auspicious Compounds.” In Papers in Memory of Lara Riente: McGill Working Papers in Linguistics , edited by Theres Grüter and Tomokazu Takehisa, 2nd ed. Vol. 17.
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 2003. “Floating Quantifiers: Handle with Care” (revised version).” In The Second Glot International State-of-The-Article Book, edited by Lisa Cheng and Rint Sybesma.
2002
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 2002. “A-chains at the PF-interface: Copies and `Covert' Movement.” Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 20, 2, Pp. 197-267.
Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics
Jonathan David Bobaljik and Susi Wurmbrand. 2002. “Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics.” Papers from the 16th Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop 5 (1-3). Publisher's Version
Jonathan David Bobaljik and Susi Wurmbrand. 2002. “Notes on Itelmen Agreement.” Linguistic Discovery, 1, 1. Publisher's Version
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 2002. “Realizing Germanic Inflection: Why Morphology Does Not Drive Syntax.” Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics.
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 2002. “Syncretism without paradigms: Remarks on Williams 1981, 1994.” In Yearbook of Morphology 2001, edited by Geert Booij and Jaap van Marle.
2001
Jonathan David Bobaljik and Susi Wurmbrand. 2001. “Seven Prefix-Suffix Asymmetries in Itelmen.” CLS 37: The Panels. Papers from the 37th Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society 2.
2000
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 2000. “The Ins and Outs of Contextual Allomorphy.” Edited by Kleanthes K. Grohmann and Caro Struijke. University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics, 10, Pp. 35-71. contallomorphy.pdf
1999
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1999. “Adverbs: The Hierarchy Paradox.” Glot International, 4, 9/10. adverbsglot_copy.pdf
Jonathan David Bobaljik and David Koester. 1999. “The First Itelmen Author?” Newsletter of the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas, XVII, 4, Pp. 5-6.
1998
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1998. “Floating Quantifiers: Handle with Care.” Glot International.
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1998. “Mostly Predictable: Cyclicity and the distribution of schwa in Itelmen.” Proceedings of Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL) 16.
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1998. “Pseudo-Ergativity in Chukotko-Kamchatkan Agreement Systems.” Recherches Linguistiques de Vincennes, 27, Pp. 21-44.
Jonathan David Bobaljik and Höskuldur Thráinsson. 1998. “Two Heads Aren’t Always Better Than One.” Syntax, 1, 1, Pp. 37-71.
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1998. “Visions & Realities: Researcher-Activist-Indigenous Collaborations in Indigenous Language Maintenance.” In Bicultural Education in the North: Ways of Preserving and Enhancing Indigenous Languages and Traditional Knowledge, edited by Erich Kasten. Publisher's Version
1997
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1997. “If the Head Fits..: The Morphological Grounding of Syntactic Parameters.” Linguistics, 35, Pp. 1029-1055.
Jonathan David Bobaljik and Samuel Brown. 1997. “Inter-Arboreal Operations: Head Movement and The Extension Requirement.” Linguistic Inquiry, 28, 2.
1996
Jonathan David Bobaljik and Andrew Carnie. 1996. “A Minimalist Approach to Some Problems of Irish Word Order.” In The syntax of the Celtic languages: A comparative perspective, edited by Robert Borsley and Ian Roberts.

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