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Name: Larisa  Zlatic
Institution: University of Texas at Austin
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Homepage: http://www.lztranslation.com
State and/or Country: TX
Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
Specialty: Slavic syntax, Serbian/Croatian languages, HPSG theory, Agreement, Case theory, Noun phrase in Slavic
Subject Language(s): Bosnian
Selected Publications: Wechsler, Steven and Larisa Zlatic. The Many Faces of Agreement. Stanford and Chicago: CSLI Publications and Chicago University Press. Reviewed in Language, June 2007 (83.2), pp. 449-451.

2001. Zlatic, Larisa. ' The Syntactic Status of Slavic Possessives.' In Current Issues in Formal Slavic Linguistics, edited by Gerhild Zybatow et al. pp. 236-246. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
2001. Wechsler, Stephen and Larisa Zlatic. 'Case Realization and Identity.' Lingua, 111, 539-560.

Announced on LINGUIST :  The Many Faces of Agreement
Courses Taught: Syntax
Serbian/Croatian languages
Dissertation Abstract: The Structure of the Serbian Noun Phrase

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