A tad out of date, I will update this.



  1. 1994
  2. Remarks on the Structure and Interpretation of Na-clauses. Studies in Greek Linguistics XIV. 1994a.
  3. Checking Theory, Subject Extraction, and the Theory of Movement. in Themes in Greek Linguisitcs. Edited by I. Philippaki-Warburton, Katerina Nokolaidis, and Maria Sifianou. John Benjamons Publishing Company. 1994b
  4. 1995
  5. Indefinite Clauses; in the Proceedings of WCCFL 13 CSLI Publications. 1995a
  6. Subjunctives as Indefinites; in G. Borgato(ed) Teoria del Linguaggio e analisi linguistica, Unipress, Padova. 1995b
  7. 1996
  8. The nature of the Subjunctive and the Formal Grammar of Obviation. In Karen Zagona (ed.). Linguistic Theory and Romance Languages. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamin's Publishing Company. 295 - 306. 1996a.
  9. Notes on Temporal Interpretation and Control in Modern Greek. York Papers in Linguistics. 17. 1996b.
  10. Empty Pronouns, The Extended Projection Principle and the Morphosyntax of Finiteness. In H. Ahn et al.(eds.). Morphosyntax in Generative Grammar.Hankuk Publishing. 1996c.
  11. 1997
  12. Pronouns, Tense and Reference. In Green, Anthony D. and Motapanyane, Virginia (eds.). Eastern states conference on linguistics '96. Ithaca: Cornell Linguistics Publications, Cornell University Press. 1997.
  13. 1998
  14. Thetic and Categorical, Attributive and Referential. In A. Schwegler et al. Romance Lingusitics: Theoretical Perspectives, J.Benjamin's, 1998a
  15. Word Order in Korean: antisymmetry, and mirror theory. (with Kook-Hee Gill and Andrew Simpson). in Selected papers from the 11th International Conference in Korean Linguistics. 1998b
  16. 1999
  17. Specifiers in Generative Grammar (With David Adger, Bernadette Plunkett and Susan Pintzuk). In Adger, D., B. Plunkett, S. Pintzuk & G. Tsoulas (eds) 1999a.
  18. Indexical Pronouns as Bound Variables (with Murat Kural) in Proceedings of the XVIII West Coast Conference in Formal Linguistics, Cascadilla Press. 1999b
  19. On Long-Distance Scrambling in Korean, in Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics, 217-302, 1999c
  20. The syntax and semantics of merge (with David Adger), in P. Sauzet (ed.) Langues et Grammaire III. 1999d
  21. 2000
  22. Economy and Syntactic Change (with Susan Pintzuk and Anthony Warner) in Pintzuk S., G. Tsoulas, and A. Warner(eds)(2000) 2000a
  23. Aspect and lower VP Adverbials (with David Adger), in A. Alexiadou and P. Svenonius(eds) : Adverbs and Adjunction. Linguistics in Potsdam 6. 2000b
  24. 2001
  25. Remarks on Dative Subjects in Korean (with Haruko Ishikawa). in Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics. 2001.
  26. 2002
  27. The Paradox of Wh-NA (with Kook-Hee Gill and Steve Harlow), in Explorations in Korean Linguisitcs edited by G. K. Iverson & S. C. Ahn. Hankook Publishing. 2002a
  28. Remarks on Topic and Focus and the Syntax - Phonology Interface in Korean (with Kook-Hee Gill), in Explorations in Korean Linguisitcs edited by G. K. Iverson & S. C. Ahn. Hankook Publishing. 2002b
  29. On the form and meaning of certain Korean Quantifiers. (with Kook-Hee Gill and Steve Harlow. Proceedings of LSK 2002. 2002c
  30. 2003
  31. Disjunction, Quantification and Free Choice. WeCoL 14. University of British Columbia Press. (with Kook Hee Gil and Steve Harlow) 2003
  32. Floating Quantifiers as Overt Scope Markers. Korean Journal of Linguistics. Summer 2003.
  33. 2004
  34. Peripheral Effects without Peripheral Syntax (with Kook-Hee Gill). In D. Adger, C. de Cat, and G. Tsoulas: Peripheries. Kluwer, 2004a
  35. Circumstantial Adverbs and Aspect (with David Adger). in Adverbs and Adjunction edited by Stefan Engelberg & Jennfer Austin. John Benjamin's Publishing Company. 2004b.
  36. On a Binding-Theoretic Argument for base-generation of long distance scrambling. York Papers in Linguistics 2004c.
  37. Quantificational Variability and Crosslinguistic Semantics (with Steve Harlow and Kook-Hee Gill). Proceedings of the 4th GLOW in Asia. 2004d.
  38. Disjunction and Quantificational Variability. Empirical Issues in Linguistics 6. 2004e.
  39. Morphology, Interpretability and Case. Proceedings of the 2004 LSK Conference. 2004g
  40. A note on Case, Morphological Uniformity, and Feature Interpretability, York Papers in Linguistics. 2004f