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Essays on Minimalist Syntax in Honor of Howard Lasnik

Edited by Roger Martin, David Michaels, Juan Uriagereka and Samuel Jay Keyser

This collection of essays presents an up-to-date overview of research in the minimalist program of linguistic theory. The book includes a new essay by Noam Chomsky as well as original contributions from other renowned linguists.

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This collection of essays presents an up-to-date overview of research in the minimalist program of linguistic theory. The book includes a new essay by Noam Chomsky as well as original contributions from other renowned linguists.

This collection of essays presents an up-to-date overview of research in the minimalist program of linguistic theory. The book includes a new essay by Noam Chomsky as well as original contributions from other renowned linguists.

Contributors Andrew Barss, Zeljko Boskovic, Noam Chomsky, Hamida Demirdache, Hiroto Hoshi, Kyle Johnson, Roger Martin, Keiko Murasugi, Javier Ormazabal, Mamoru Saito, Daiko Takahashi, Juan Uriagereka, Myriam Uribe-Extebarria, Ewa Willim

Hardcover

Out of Print ISBN: 9780262133616 381 pp. | 9.25 in x 6.25 in

Paperback

$27.00 X | £21.00 ISBN: 9780262516839 381 pp. | 9.25 in x 6.25 in

Editors

Roger Martin

David Michaels

Juan Uriagereka

Juan Uriagereka, a graduate student of Howard Lasnik, transcribed and did the initial editing of the tapes of the original lectures for A Course In GB Syntax. Current Studies in Linguistics.

Samuel Jay Keyser

Samuel Jay Keyser is Professor Emeritus in MIT’s Department of Linguistics and Philosophy and Special Assistant to the Chancellor. Head of the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy from 1977 to 1998, he also held the positions of Director of the Center for Cognitive Science and Associate Provost.