Our faculty and graduate students' research is frequently represented in top linguistic journals. Several faculty members have also published books that make linguistic research and its implications accessible to the general public.
Oiry 2011b. A case of true optionality: Wh-in-situ patterns like Long Movement in French in The Optionality of Wh-Movement. Edited by Anna Roussou and Christos Vlachos (University of Patras). Linguistic Analysis (37:1-2): 112-136.2011.
Oiry and Roeper 2009. How Language Acquisition Reveals Minimalist Symmetry in the Wh-System. Selected papers from the Cyprus Syntaxfest. Edited by Kleanthes K. Grohman and Phoevos Panagiotidis. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Chapter 1, 11-28. 2009.
Hirsch, Christopher and Jeremy Hartman. 2006. Some (wh-) questions concerning passive interactions. In A. Belletti et al., (eds.) Proceedings of the Conference on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press
Green, Lisa, and Tracy Conner. "Rhetorical Markers in Developing African American English-Speaking Girls’ Language." African American Women’s Language: Discourse, Education and Identity. Ed. Sonja Lanehart. Cambridge University Press, 91-109. (2009).
Roeper, Tom and Charles Yang. (in press) Minimalism and Language Acquisition
Roeper, Tom. (in press) Minimalism and Bilingualism: How and Why Bilingualism Could Benefit Children with SLI
Roeper, Tom and Jill DeVilliers. (2011) The Acquisition Path for Wh-Questions
Clauss, Michael. Modal Morphology in Child Tamil. Presented at LARC, November 2011.