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A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar (LFG)

A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar (LFG)


A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar 14 Bresnan, Joan. 1977. Variables in the theory of transformations. In Peter W. Culicover, Thomas Wasow, and Adrian Akmajian, editors, Formal Syntax. Academic Press, New York, pages 157{196. Bresnan, Joan. 1978. A realistic transformational grammar. In Morris Halle, Joan Bresnan, and George A. Miller, editors, Linguistic theory and psychological reality. The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pages 1{59. Bresnan, Joan. 1979. A theory of grammatical representation. Duplicated lecture notes, Department of Linguistics and Philosophy, MIT. Bresnan, Joan. 1980. Polyadicity. InTeun Hoekstra, Harry van der Hulst, and Michael Moortgat, editors, Lexical Grammar. Foris Publications, Dordrecht, pages 97{121. In revised form in Joan Bresnan, ed. 1992. The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations, Chapter 3, pp. 149{172. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Bresnan, Joan. 1981. An approach touniversal grammar and the mental representation of language. Cognition, 10:39{52. Bresnan, Joan. 1982a. Control and complementation. Linguistic Inquiry, 13(3). Also in Joan Bresnan, ed. 1982. The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations, Chapter 5, pp. 282{390. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Bresnan, Joan, editor. 1982b. The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations. The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA. Bresnan, Joan. 1982c. The passive in lexical theory. In Joan Bresnan, editor, The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations. The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pages 3{86. Bresnan, Joan. 1984. Bound anaphora on functional structures. Invited paper presented at 10th Berkeley Linguistic Society Conference, February 17th, 1984. Bresnan, Joan. 1987. On locative inversion in Chiche^wa. CSLI Monthly, 2(8), June. Bresnan, Joan. 1988. The design of grammar. MS, Department of Linguistics and CSLI, Stanford University. Paper presented to the Interdisciplinary Women on the Frontiers of Research Conference. Clark University, Worchester, MA, March 31-April 1, 1988.

A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar 15 Bresnan, Joan. 1989. The syntactic projection problem and the comparative syntaxoflocativeinversion. Journal of Information Science and Engineering, 5(4):287{303. Special issue, Republic of China Computational Linguistics Workshops II 1989, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. Bresnan, Joan. 1990a. Levels of representation in locative inversion. Presented to the 13th GLOW Colloquium, St. John's College, Cambridge, April 6. Bresnan, Joan. 1990b. Linguistic and computational constraints on grammar. In Tutorials of SICONLP `90, The Seoul International Conference on Natural Language Processing Tutorials, pages 117{145, Seoul, Korea, November. Language Research Institute, Seoul National University. Bresnan, Joan. 1990c. Monotonicity and the theory of relation-changes in LFG. Language Research, 26(4):637{652. Bresnan, Joan. 1991. Locative case vs. locative gender. In Proceedings of BLS, volume 17, pages 53{68. Bresnan, Joan. 1993. Interaction between grammar and discourse in Chiche^wa (Bantu). In William A. Foley, editor, The Role of Linguistic TheoryinLanguage Description. Mouton-de Gruyter, Berlin, pages 45{60. Trends in Linguistics, Studies and Monographs 69. Bresnan, Joan. 1994a. Linear order vs. syntactic rank: evidence from weak crossover. In K. Beals et al., editors, Proceedings of CLS, volume 30, pages 57{89. Bresnan, Joan. 1994b. Locative inversion and the architecture of universal grammar. Language, 70(1):2{131. Bresnan, Joan. 1995a. Category mismatches. In Akinbiyi Akinlabi, editor, Theoretical Approaches to African Languages. African World Press, Trenton, N.J., pages 19{46. Bresnan, Joan. 1995b. Linear order, syntactic rank, and empty categories: On weak crossover. In Mary Dalrymple, Ronald M. Kaplan, John T. Maxwell, and Annie Zaenen, editors, Formal Issues in Lexical-Functional Grammar. CSLI Publications, Stanford, CA, pages 241{274.

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