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Title: Syntax at Sunset 3
Subtitle: Head Movement and Syntactic Theory
Edited By: Anoop Mahajan
Series Title: UCLA Working Papers in Linguistics
Description:

The papers in the volume were presented at the Head Movement Workshop, jointly organized with the University of Potsdam, and held at UCLA in
October 2001. The purpose of the workshop was to "re-evaluate the status of the head movement rule which has played a crucial role in the analysis of various phenomena central to syntactic theory."


Table of Contents

Artemis Alexiadou "Adjective Syntax and the Absence of Noun Raising in the DP"
1

Gisbert Fanselow "Munchhausen-Style Head Movement and the Analysis of Verb-Second"
40

Hilda Koopman "Inside the 'Noun' in Maasai"
77

Gereon Muller "Verb Second as vP-First"
116

Jairo Nunes "Head Movement, Remnant Movement, and Phonetic Realization of Chains"
161

Edward Stabler "Comparing 3 Perspectives on Head Movement"
178

Ralf Vogel "Dialectal Variation in German 3-Verb Clusters. Looking for the Best Analysis"
199

Order forms, ordering information, and tables of contents for UCLA working papers are available at: http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/faciliti/wpl/index.htm

Publication Year: 2004
Publisher: UCLA Linguistics
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Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
Syntax
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