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LING-529 Generative Syntax III
Fall for 2010-2011
  • Kramer, Ruth
  • The main goal of this course is to enable graduate students to reach the degree of familiarity with syntactic theory that allows them to read and critically evaluate the literature and to develop an independent research project in syntax. We will read selected foundational papers on Minimalism and use the ideas there as a springboard to explore several key empirical phenomena in depth. The readings will be discussed in class presentations given by both the instructor and the students. A research paper is required.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: LING-528 Generative Syntax II or permission of instructor

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