MIT Linguistics and Philosophy
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- Agreement Beyond Phi. Linguistic Inquiry Monograph, MIT Press. In press.
- "Syntax of ditransitive verbs," Oxford Research Encyclopedia in Linguistics (with H. Harley). In press.
"Negative sensitive items in Japanese," Glossa (with Nobuaki Nishioka and Hedde Zeijlstra), In press.
- BBC Radio 4 features Integration Hypothesis (about 17 minutes into the program). What the Songbird Said.
- Nature Podcast interview with Chomsky, Miyagawa, etc. (17 minutes into the program). Real Life Dr. Dolittles.
- "The precedence of syntax in the rapid emergence of human language in evolution as defined by the integration hypothesis." Frontiers in Psychology. 18 March 2015 (with Vitor A. Nóbrega). Article.
- "The integration hypothesis of human language evolution and the nature of contemporary languages," Frontiers in Psychology. June 2014 (with S. Ojima, R. Berwick, K. Okanoya). MIT News. Science News. LiveScience.
- "A feature-inheritance approach to root phenomena and parametric variation," Lingua 145 (June 2014) 276-302 (with Ángel L. Jimenez Fernádez)
- "Strong uniformity and ga/no conversion," English Linguistics30:1-24 (2013).
- "The emergence of hierarchical structure in human language," Frontiers in Psychology. February 2013 (with R. Berwick, K. Okanoya). Science News. MIT News.
- Case, Argument Structure, and Word Order. Leading Linguists Series.Routledge. 2012. Review by Stella Markantonatou in Linguist. YouTube Video of Chapter 10.
- Why Agree? Why Move? Unifying Agreement-based and Discourse Configurational Languages. 2010, MIT Press, Linguistic Inquiry Monograph 54. Review by Anders Holmberg in Language. Link to The MIT Press. Link to MIT News. Link to Google Books.
- Handbook of Japanese Linguistics. Oxford University Press (co-edited with Mamoru Saito). 2008.