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A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar (LFG)

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A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar 16 Bresnan, Joan. 1995c. Morphology competes with syntax: Explaining typological variation in weak crossover e ects. In Pilar Barbosa, Danny Fox, Paul Hagstrom, Martha McGinnis, and David Pesetsky, editors, Is the Best Good Enough? Proceedings from the Workshop on Optimality in Syntax. The MIT Press. http://csliwww.stanford.edu/users/bresnan/ nal-pub-rev.ps, To appear. Invited paper presented at the MIT Workshop on Optimality in Syntax, May 1995. Bresnan, Joan. 1996a. Lexicality and argument structure. Paper presented at the Paris Syntax and Semantics Conference, October 12 { 14, 1995. http://csli-www.stanford.edu/users/bresnan/paris.ps. Bresnan, Joan. 1996b. LFG in a OT setting: Modelling competition and economy. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King, editors, On-line Proceedings of the First LFG Conference, Rank Xerox, Grenoble, August 26{28, 1996. http://wwwcsli.stanford.edu/publications/LFG/lfg1.html, Handout for keynote address. Bresnan, Joan. 1996c. Optimal syntax: Notes on projection, heads, and optimality. ms, Stanford University. http://csliwww.stanford.edu/users/bresnan/g-new.ps. Bresnan, Joan. 1997a. The emergence of the unmarked pronoun: Chichewa pronominals in Optimality Theory. Paper presented at the BLS 23 Special Session on Syntax and Semantics in Africa. http://wwwcsli.stanford.edu/ bresnan/jb-bls-roa.ps. Bresnan, Joan. 1997b. Explaining morphosyntactic competition. In Mark Baltin and Chris Collins, editors, Handbook of Contemporary Syntactic Theory. Blackwell Publishers. http://www-csli.stanford.edu/ bresnan/handbook5.ps, To appear. Bresnan, Joan. 1997c. Lexical-functional syntax. ms, Stanford University. Bresnan, Joan. 1997d. Mixed categories as head sharing constructions. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King, editors, On-line Proceedings of the LFG97 Conference. http://wwwcsli.stanford.edu/publications/LFG2/lfg97-toc.html,http://wwwcsli.stanford.edu/ bresnan/mixed-rev.ps.

A Bibliography of Lexical Functional Grammar 17 Bresnan, Joan. 1997e. Optimal syntax. In Joost Dekkers, Frank van der Leeuw, and Jeroen van de Weijer, editors, The Pointing Finger: Conceptual Studies in Optimality Theory. The MIT Press. http://csliwww.stanford.edu/users/bresnan/pt2.ps, To appear. Bresnan, Joan and Jane Grimshaw. 1978. The syntax of free relatives in English. Linguistic Inquiry, 9(3):331{391. Bresnan, Joan, Per-Kristian Halvorsen, and Joan Maling. 1985. Logophoricity and bound anaphors. ms, Stanford University. Bresnan, Joan and Jonni Kanerva. 1989. Locative inversion in Chiche^wa: a case study of factorization in grammar. Linguistic Inquiry, 20(1):1{50. Reprinted in Tim Stowell and Eric Wehrli (eds.), Syntax and Semantics No. 26: Syntax and the Lexicon, pp. 53{101. New York: Academic Press. Bresnan, Joan and Jonni Kanerva. 1992. The thematic hierarchy and locative inversion in UG: a reply to Paul Schachter's comments. In Tim Stowell and Eric Wehrli, editors, Syntax and Semantics No. 26: Syntax and the Lexicon. Academic Press, New York, pages 111{125. Bresnan, Joan and Ronald M. Kaplan. 1982. Introduction: grammars as mental representations of language. In Joan Bresnan, editor, The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations. The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pages xvii{lii. Bresnan, Joan, Ronald M. Kaplan, Stanley Peters, and Annie Zaenen. 1982. Cross-serial dependencies in Dutch. Linguistic Inquiry, 13(4):613{635. Reprinted in W. Savitch et al. (eds) The Formal Complexity of Natural Language, 286{319. Dordrecht: D. Reidel. Bresnan, Joan, Ronald M. Kaplan, and Peter Peterson. 1985. Coordination and the ow of information through phrase structure. ms, XeroxPARC. Bresnan, Joan and Sam A. Mchombo. 1985. On topic, pronoun, and agreement in Chiche^wa. In Proceedings of the Eastern States Conference on Linguistics, pages 276{312, SUNY, Bu alo, October. Incorporated in Bresnan and Mchombo 1987. Bresnan, Joan and Sam A. Mchombo. 1986. Grammatical and anaphoric agreement. In Papers from the Parasession on Pragmatics and Grammatical Theory at the Twenty-Second Regional Meeting, Chicago Linguistic Society, pages 278{297.

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