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Name: Christine  Tellier
Institution: Université de Montréal
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State and/or Country: Qui.
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Selected Publications: 1996. ''Agreement and extraction out of DPs''. WCCFL 14, 525-540 (with D. Valois)
1995. Iliments de syntaxe du frangais: mithodes d'analyse en grammaire ginirative.
Presses de l'Universiti de Montrial, 226 p.
1993. ''Binominal chacun and Pseudo-Opacity''. Linguistic Inquiry 24:3, 575-583 (with D. Valois)
1994. ''The HAVE/BE alternation: attributives in French and English''. Probus 6, 235-262.
1991. Licensing Theory and French Parasitic Gaps. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 213 p.
1990. ''Subjacency and Subject Condition violations in French''. Linguistic Inquiry 21:2, 305-312.
Courses Taught: Introduction to Morphology and Syntax
Syntax II
Syntax III
Contemporary Linguistic Theories
Advanced seminar in syntax
Dissertation Director * of: Aspects Theoriques de la Création Lexicale : Le cas du Bamileke
(Moses Nyongwa, Author)

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.

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