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Name: Kleanthes  K.  Grohmann
Institution: University of Cyprus
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State and/or Country: Cyprus   
Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
Language Acquisition
Specialty: syntactic theory, comparative syntax, interfaces
Subject Language(s): Dutch
Greek, Modern
Language Family(ies): Japanese Family
Slavic Subgroup
New English
Selected Publications: Multiple Wh-Fronting (ed. with Cedric Boeckx, John Benjamins, 2003)
Prolific Domains: On the Anti-Locality of Movement Dependencies (John Benjamins, 2003)
Announced on LINGUIST :  Multiple Wh-Fronting
 Prolific Domains
 Understanding Minimalism
 Selected Papers from the 2006 Cyprus Syntaxfest
 Explorations of Phase Theory
 Explorations of Phase Theory
 Selected Papers from the 2006 Cyprus Syntaxfest
 Linguists of Tomorrow
 The Cambridge Handbook of Biolinguistics
 Developments in the Acquisition of Clitics
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  Multiple Wh-Fronting
 Prolific Domains
 Explorations of Phase Theory
Dissertation Abstract: Prolific Peripheries: A radical view from the left
Dissertation Director * of: Distributed Morphological Mechanisms of Labovian Variation in Morphosyntax
(Jeffrey Parrott, Author)
Reviewer of: Syntax: Postal (1998) (LL Issue 10.934)
Syntax, Linguistic Theories: Epstein & Seely, eds. (2002) (LL Issue 14.3180)
Syntax: Quer et al., ed. (2003) (LL Issue 15.653)
Typology/Syntax: Pica & Rooryck, eds. (2003) (LL Issue 15.2131)
Syntax/Phonology: Boskovic (2001) (LL Issue 12.2776)
Ling Theories/Syntax: Seuren (2004) (LL Issue 16.1890)
Academic Paper Abstract: On the nature of verb–noun dissociations in bilectal SLI: A psycholinguistic perspective from Greek

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