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Name: Greville  G. Corbett
Institution: University of Surrey
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Homepage: http://www2.surrey.ac.uk/english/people/greville_g_corbett/
State and/or Country: United Kingdom   
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Syntax
Typology
Subject Language(s): Archi
Russian
Language Family(ies): Slavic Subgroup
Daghestanian
Selected Publications: 2006. Agreement: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2005. (with Matthew Berman and Dunstan Brown) The Syntax-Morphology Interface: A Study of Syncretism: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2000. Number. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

1999. (editor) Agreement (Special issue of Folia Linguistica XXXIII/2).

1993. (with Bernard Comrie) (editors) The Slavonic Languages. London: Routledge.

1993. (with Norman M. Fraser and Scott McGlashan) (editors) Heads in Grammatical Theory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

1991. Gender. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xix + 363 pp.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Number
 The Slavonic Languages
 The Syntax-Morphology Interface
 Agreement
 Heads in Grammatical Theory
 Deponency and Morphological Mismatches
 Case and Grammatical Relations
 The Syntax-Morphology Interface
 Defective Paradigms
 Features
 Periphrasis
 Canonical Morphology and Syntax
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  Defective Paradigms
 Number
 Number
 Deponency and Morphological Mismatches
 The Slavonic Languages
 Case and Grammatical Relations
 The Syntax-Morphology Interface
 Canonical Morphology and Syntax
Academic Paper Abstract: Definiteness, Gender, and Hybrids: Evidence from Norwegian Dialects



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