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.
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1996. “Regressive Assimilation in Inuit: The place of the uvular nasal.” International Journal of American Linguistics, 62.
Jonathan David Bobaljik and Dianne Jonas. 1996. “Subject Positions and the Roles of TP.” Linguistic Inquiry, 27, 2, Pp. 195-236.
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1995. “In terms of Merge: Copy and Head Movement.” In MIT Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 27: Papers in Minimalist Syntax, edited by Robert Pensalfini and Hiro Ura.
David Koester and Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1994. “Minority Language, Cultural Revival and Native Rights in Russia: The Itel’men Language as a Case Study.” Washington, National Council for Soviet and East European Research.
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1994. “What Does Adjacency Do?” In MIT Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 22: The Morphology-Syntax Connection, edited by Heidi Harley and Colin Phillips.
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1993. “Ergativity and Ergative Unergatives.” In MIT Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 19: Papers on Case and Agreement II, edited by Colin Phillips.
Jonathan David Bobaljik. 1993. “Nominally Absolutive is Not Absolutely Nominative.” Edited by Jonathan Mead. Proceedings of the Eleventh West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL).
Jonathan David Bobaljik and Stephanie Downey. 1990. “Selected Stories of Isaak Babel.” McGill Journal of Russian and Slavic Studies, 2, 1.