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|Name:||Michael T. Putnam|
|Institution:||Pennsylvania State University|
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|Selected Publications:||Scrambling and the Survive Principle. 2007. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Towards a Derivational Syntax: Survive-minimalism also with John Benjamins (July, 2009).
Exploring Crash-Proof Grammars (Sept., 2010).
Studies in German-language Islands (January, 2011).
The Structural Design of Language (2013), Cambridge University Press. (w/ Thomas Stroik)
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Scrambling and the Survive Principle
Towards a Derivational Syntax
Exploring Crash-Proof Grammars
Studies on German-Language Islands
The Structural Design of Language
Contemporary Linguistic Parameters
|Courses Taught:||German(ic) Syntax
Syntax/Germanic Lang: Faarlund (2004)
(LL Issue 16.3576)
Review: Syntax: te Velde (2005) (LL Issue 18.2941)
Argument Structure and Syntactic Relations (LL Issue 23.2222)
The Oxford Handbook of Compositionality (LL Issue 23.5344)
Quantifier Scope in German (Syntax) (LL Issue 17.2099)
Nominal Phrases from a Scandinavian Perspective (LL Issue 19.2563)
Verbal Prepositions and Argument Structure (LL Issue 20.2343)
Review: Syntax: Chocano (2007 (LL Issue 19.853)
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