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2010. Clitics in Greek: a minimalist account of proclisis and enclisis. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Review by Prof. Arhonto Terzi to appear in Language.
2004. Proceedings of the University of Cambridge Second Postgraduate Conference in Language Research (with E. Daskalaki, N. Katsos & M. Reeve). Cambridge: CILR.
2013. (to be submitted to Natural Language and Linguistic Theory) Enclisis in Tobler-Mussafia languages and Finiteness sensitive languages.
2010. Internal structure of clitics and cliticization. Journal of Greek Linguistics 10
3. CHAPTERS IN EDITED (PEER REVIEWED) VOLUMES
2013. Two types of head movement: a view from enclisis. To appear in Salvesen-Meklenborg & Helland (eds.), Challenging clitics. John Benjamins.
2013. Obligatory resumption in Free and Restrictive relatives (with Dr. Evangelia Daskalaki, University of Alberta). To appear in Folli, Sevdali and Truswell (eds.), OUP.
2007. The syntax-morphology interface is at the edge: evidence from Greek clitics. In: Studies in the Morpho-Syntax of Greek, edited by A. Alexiadou. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. p. 175-221.
4. PAPERS IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS AND WORKING PAPERS
2009. C-T and the EPP: Deriving enclisis in Modern Greek. In Proceedings of the 2007 Workshop in Greek Syntax and Semantics at MIT. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 57. Edited by C. Halpert, J. Hartman & D. Hill. p. 139-154.
2007. The syntax-morphology interface is at the edge: evidence from Greek clitics. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of Greek Linguistics, p. 150-195.
2004. VOS in Modern Greek: a Derivation by Phase Account. In: Proceedings of the University of Cambridge Second Postgraduate Conference in Language Research, edited by E. Daskalaki, N. Katsos, M. Mavrogiorgos & M. Reeve, Cambridge: CILR, p. 364-371.
5. BOOK REVIEWS
2006. Review of Melita Stavrou and Arhonto Terzi, eds. Advances in Greek Generative Syntax: In Honor of Dimitra Theofanopoulou-Kontou. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Journal of Greek Linguistics 7: 161-191
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Clitics in Greek
|Courses Taught:||Intro to Linguistics
Language and Mind
syntactic theory-2nd year undergraduates
syntax (with emphasis on language disorder)-Speech Language Therapists (undergraduates)
syntactic theory-Masters in Linguistic Theory
Seminars in Morphology
Seminars in pronouns and clitics
Supervision of undergraduate and graduate (masters and PhD) students
|Dissertation Abstract:||Proclisis and Enclisis in Greek|
(LL Issue 25.310)
Multiple Determiners and the Structure of DPs (LL Issue 26.3077)
|Academic Paper Abstract:||
Internal Structure of Clitics and Cliticization
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