Selected Articles

  • "Bulgarian Superiority and Minimalist Movement Theory" (to appear in Proceedings of FASL 23) NB: Pre-publication verson, do not circulate!
  • "Language, Music, Fire, and Chess: Remarks on Music Evolution and Acquisition" (2015).  In P. Eismont and N. Konstantinova (Eds.): Language, Music and Computation, Springer, CCIS 561, pp. 27–44.
  • "Against a VP ellipsis account of Russian verb-stranding constructions" (forthcoming, Alexander Vovin (ed) Studies in Japanese and Korean Linguistics and beyond)    
  • "Kinds of Derivational Binding"  (2011) in Gerhild Zybatow et al (eds)  Formal Studies in Slavic Linguistics: Linguistik International, vol. 25. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang, 11-30
  • To what degree are Croatian and Serbian the same language?  Evidence from a translation Study (2010) Journal of Slavic Linguistics, 18(2): 181-2 
  •  “Against the Scrambling anti-movement Movement” (2006). In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 14:  J. Lavine et al (eds.), Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, MI, 35-49
  • "Generalized Inversion" (2004). Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 22: 1-49
  •  "What's Inside VP? New (and old) Evidence from Russian" (2010) Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 18, Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, MI, 21-37
  • "On Scrambling:  A Reply to Bošković and Takahashi" (2001) Linguistic Inquiry 32/4: 635-658.
  • “A Derivational Approach to Micro-Variation in Slavic Binding” (2007) In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 15: A. Savchenko et al (eds.), Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, MI, 25-41.
  •  "The Case of Q" (2004). In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 12: O. Arnaudova et. al. (eds.), Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, MI, 1-36.
  • "A (purely) Derivational Account of Russian Scrambling"  (2003). In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 11: B. Partee et. al. (eds.), Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, MI, 41-62.
  •  "Overt Predicators" (2003). Journal of Slavic Linguistics 10/1-2 (Festschrift for Leonard H. Babby),  23-52.

Book Reviews

  • Review of David Pesetsky, Russian case morphology and the syntactic categories. (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 2013) in Russian Language Journal 64: 230-244.
  •  Review of Alternatives to Cartography, (J. van Cranenbroeck, ed), (2011) Language. 665-671