Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics #01: Ann Arbor: The Ann Arbor Meeting, 1992

Author(s): Various

Editor(s): Toman, J.

FASL #1: Ann Arbor


The present collection is based on papers presented at the Workshop on Functional categories in Slavic Syntax organized by the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures of the University of Michigan in March 1992 and supported in par by a grant from the Office of the Vice President for Research of the University of Michigan. The editor thanks these divisions of the University of Michigan for their interest and assistance.


John F. Bailyn
The Syntax and Semantics of Russian Long And Short Adjectives: An X’-Theoretic Account, pages 1-30

Steven Franks
The Functional Structure of Russian Numeral Phrases, pages 31-76

Steven Franks and Gerald Greenberg
The Functional Structure of Slavic Clauses, pages 77-108

Ljiljana Progovac
Binding Domains and Functional Categories: Negative Polarity in Serbo-Croatian and Russian, pages 109-128

Maaike Schoorlemmer
Dative Subjects in Russian, pages 129-172

Jindrich Toman
Case as a Functional Projection: A Note on an Issue in Parametrization, pages 173-181

Publication Information:

Publisher: Michigan Slavic Publications

Year of Publication: 1994

Location: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

# of Pages: 181

Additional Information:

Price: $16.00

ISBN: 978-0-930042-73-8

Format: Paperback

Series Name / Number: Michigan Slavic Materials [MSM] / 35

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