Research

Recent CRISSP activities, publications and papers:
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. Van Koppen, M. (2014), ‘When Flanders met Brabant: Microvariation in the Dutch C-domain’, Macro- and micro-comparative approaches to complementizers and the CP phase, Campo Santa Margherita, Venice, October 21-22, 2014. (handout)
  • Aelbrecht, L.,  Harwood, W. To appear. ‘To be or not to be elided: VP ellipsis revisited’, Lingua.(manuscript)
  • Harwood, William. (2014). ‘Being progressive is just a phase: celebrating the uniqueness of progressive aspect under a phase-based analysis’, Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. (manuscript)
  • De Belder, M. (2015). ‘The root and nothing but the root: primary compounds in Dutch’, Syntax. A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Interdisciplinary Research.
  • Janosi, A., Van Craenenbroeck, J., Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2014). ‘Long split focalization in Hungarian and the typology of A′-dependencies’, Lingua: International Review of General Linguistics, 150, 117-136. (link)
  • De Belder, M., Faust, N., Lampitelli, N. (2014). ‘On a low and a high diminutive’, In: The syntax of roots and the roots of syntax: Oxford studies in theoretical linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • De Belder, M. (2014). ‘The trigger of irregular diminutives in Dutch and Yiddish’,  CGSW, York, 26-27 September 2014.
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. (2014), ‘Reverse Dialectometry: geography as a probe into linguistic theory’, Workshop Maps and Grammar, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 17-18 September 2014. (presentation)
  • De Belder, M., Van Koppen, M. (2014). ‘One module, different levels of merge: AN(N) compounds in Dutch’, Studia Linguistica.
  • Roelandt, K. (2014), ‘(The) most in Dutch: Definiteness and Specificity’, SLE 47th Annual Meeting, Poznan, Poland, 11-14 September 2014. (poster)
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J., De Belder, M. (2014). ‘How to merge a root’, Linguistic Inquiry.
  • Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2014), ‘The feature structure of pronouns and the ABA-diagnostic ‘, SLE 47th Annual Meeting, Poznan, Poland, 11-14 September 2014. (handout)
  • De Belder, M. (2014). ‘A bare root position in Dutch compounds: an empirical challenge for nanosyntax’, SLE 47th Annual Meeting, Poznan, Poland, 11-14 September 2014.
  • De Belder, M., Van Craenenbroeck, J. (2014). ‘On vocabulary insertion’, Linguistic Analysis, 39 (1), 173-210.
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. (2014), ‘On diagnosing complement-taking roots’, Ms. CRISSP/KU Leuven. (manuscript)
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. (2014), ‘Applying quantitative methods to dialect Dutch verb clusters’, Mapping Methods: Approaches to Language Studies, May 8, 2014, Tartu, Estonia. (presentation)
  • De Belder, M., Van Koppen, M. (2014). ‘What may cause idiolectal variation? The case of ANN-compounds in Dutch’, WCCFL, Los Angeles, USC, 7-9 March, 2014.
  • De Belder, M. (2014). ‘The root and nothing but the root: primary compounds in Dutch’, WCCFL, Los Angeles, USC, 7-9 March, 2014.
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J., De Belder, M. (2014). How to merge a root. Linguistic Inquiry.
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J., De Belder, M. (2014). ‘On functional vocabulary items in root positions’, Labels and Roots, wworkshop at DGFS, Marburg, 3-5 March 2014.
  • De Belder, M. (2014). ‘The root and nothing but the root: primary compounds in Dutch’, Labels and Roots, workshop at DGFS, Marburg, 3-5 March 2014.
  • Roelandt, K. (2014), ‘(The) most in Dutch: Definiteness and Specificity’,  Specificity in the Grammar Workshop, Trento, 12 February 2014. (Handout)
  • Roelandt, K. (2014), ‘(The) most in Dutch: Definiteness and Specificity’, TIN-dag, Utrecht, 1 February 2014.
  • De Belder, M. (2014). ‘The root and nothing but the root: root primary compounds in Dutch’, TIN-dag, Utrecht, 1 February 2014.
  • De Belder, M. (2014). ‘Against conflation’, Theoretical Linguistics, 40 (3/4), 331-342.
  • Roelandt, K. (2013), ‘(The) most in Dutch: Definiteness and Specificity’, INSEMP 2013, Bochum, 11 October 2013. (poster)
  • De Belder, M. & Van Koppen, M. (2013), ‘The glass ceiling effect of workspaces: locality and agreement in Dutch ANN-compounds’, CGSW 28, Leipzig, 5 October 2013. (handout)
  • De Belder, M., Josefsson, G. (2013). ‘The Germanic complex compound’s marker’, The 28th Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop (CGSW), Leipzig, 3-5 October 2013.
  • De Belder, M. (2013). ‘Collective mass affixes: when derivation restricts functional structure’, Lingua: International Review of General Linguistics, 126, 32-50.
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. (2013), ‘Ellipsis, identity, and accommodation: The case of case’, Identity in ellipsis conference, Leiden, 20–21 September 2013. (handout)
  • Roelandt, K. (2013), ‘(The) most in Dutch: Definiteness and Specificity’, ESSLLI 2013 Student Session, Düsseldorf, 12 August 2013. (presentation | preproceedings)
  • Roelandt, K. (2013), ‘Towards a fine-grained analysis of Dutch de/het meeste‘,  BKL Taaldag 2013, Leuven, 11 May 2013. (handout)
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. & Van Koppen, M. (2013), ‘Lexical items merged in functional heads. The grammaticalization path of ECM-verbs in Dutch dialects ‘, GLOW 36 Workshop on Syntactic Variation and Change, 2 April 2013. (handout)
  • De Belder, M. & Van Koppen, M. ‘One module, different levels of merge: AN(N) compounds in Dutch’. (article)
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. & Van Koppen, M. (2013), ‘Object clitic movement feeds subject doubling An anti-intervention effect in Dutch dialects’, DGfS – Theme Session “Interaction of syntactic primitives”, 15 March 2013. (handout)
  • Barros, M. & Van Craenenbroeck, J. (2013), ‘Tag questions and ellipsis’, DGfS – Theme Session “Parentheses and ellipsis: cross-linguistic and theoretical perspectives”, Potsdam, 13 March 2013. (handout)
  • De Belder, M. ‘The root and nothing but the root: primary compounds in Dutch’. (article)
  • Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2013), ‘Do extension gaps exist?‘, TIN-dag 2013, Utrecht University, 9 February 2013. (handout)
  • De Belder, M. (2013). ‘Linking phonemes are class markers’, TIN-dag 2013, Utrecht University, 9 February 2013.
    De Belder, M., Van Koppen, M. (2013). ‘High fashion in the low countries: AN(N) compounds in Dutch’, TIN-dag 2013, Utrecht University, 9 February 2013.
  • De Belder, M. (to appear). ‘Collective mass affixes: when derivation restricts functional structure’, Lingua. (article)
  • De Belder, M. & Van Koppen, M. (2012). ‘Weinig voorspellends of verklarends. Een antwoord op de constructie-afhankelijke morfologie van Booij’, Submitted to Nederlandse Taalkunde. (article)
  • De Belder, M., Faust, N. & Lampitelli, N. (to appear). ‘On a low and a high diminutive’, Submitted to: Artemis Alexiadou, Hagit Borer and Florian Schäfer (eds.) The Syntax of Roots and the Roots of Syntax. Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (article)
  • Temmerman, T. (2012). ‘The syntax of Dutch embedded fragment answers: On the PF-theory of islands and the WH/sluicing correlation’, in: Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. Online since 10 November 2012. (link)
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. & Temmerman, T. (2012), ‘Negative indefinites are the result of remerge and fusion: Support from ellipsis’, International workshop Ellipsis 2012, Vigo, 9 November 2012. (handout)
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. & Van Koppen, M. (2012), ‘How to void a phase: Anti-intervention effects with clitic doubling in Dutch dialects’, GIST 6: Complementizer agreement workshop, 17 October 2012. (handout)
  • Jánosi, A. (2012), ‘Long split focus constructions in Hungarian: a unified movement account’, Maxi-presentation as part of the PhD project, KULeuven, 10 October 2012. (handout)
  • Roelandt, K. (2012), ‘De grenzen van de meeste‘, Mini-presentation as part of the PhD project, KULeuven, 6 September 2012. (slides in Dutch)
  • Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2012), ‘The Boundedness Distinction in Adjectives’, SLE 2012, Stockholm, 30 August 2012. (handout)
  • Rooryck, J. & Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2012), ‘Binding theory from first principles’, Reference and antecedence: how far does the grammar reach?, University of Durham, 29 August 2012. (handout)
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. (2012), ‘Ellipsis, identity, and accommodation’, 8 July 2012. (article)
  • Temmerman, T. (2012), ‘Multidominance, ellipsis and quantifier scope’, PhD dissertation, Leiden University. LOT Dissertation Series 303. Utrecht: LOT. (link)
  • Schoorlemmer, E. & T. Temmerman (2012). ‘Head movement as a PF-phenomenon: Evidence from identity under ellipsis.’ in: Proceedings of The 29th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. (link)
  • Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2012), ‘The Absolute-Relative Distinction in Adjectives’, BKL 2012, Université de Liège, 19 May 2012. (handout)
  • Jaspers, D. (2012), ‘Logic and Colour’, Logica Universalis, DOI10.1007/s11787-012-0044-y. (link)
  • Rooryck, J. & Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2011), ‘The distribution of pronouns and the Elsewhere Principle’, 44th annual meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Logrono, 8-11 September 2011. (handout)
  • Jánosi, A. (2011) ‘Long-distance split focalization in Hungarian: movement or base-generation?’,  Conference on Syntax, Phonology and Language Analysis (SinFonIJA 4), 1 September 2011. (handout)
  • Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2011), ‘Platonic syntax’, Roots and affixes, University of Utrecht, 1 Sept 2011. (handout)
  • Rooryck, J. & Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2011), ‘Reducing Binding to Agree’, The World of Reflexives, University of Utrecht, 25-27 August 2011. (handout)
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. (2011), ‘Platonic syntax’, invited talk at BKL 2011, University of Antwerp, 7 May 2011. (handout)
  • De Belder, M. & Van Craenenbroeck, J. (2011) ‘How to merge a root’, Ms. CRISSP/UiL-OTS. (pdf)
  • Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2011) ‘Bounded and unbounded adjectives’, TIN-dag 2011, Utrecht University, 5 February 2011 (handout)
  • Rooryck, J. & Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2010) ‘The syntax of spatial anaphora’, Peculiar Binding Configurations, University of Stuttgart, 24-25 September 2010 (handout)
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. (2010) ‘Invisible Last Resort. A note on clefts as the underlying source for sluicing’, Lingua 120:1714-1726. (preprint)
  • De Belder, M. (to appear) ‘A morphosyntactic decomposition of countability in Germanic’, to appear in Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 14. (preprint)
  • Jaspers, D. (2010) ‘Logic of colours. The mereological algebra of colours’, MIT Ling Lunch, April 8, 2010. (handout)
  • Vanden Wyngaerd, G. (2010) ‘Bounded and unbounded adjectives’, Belgian Circle of Linguistics, ULB, May 8, 2010. (handout)
  • De Belder, M. (2010) ‘Flavors of n°: when derivation restricts functional structure’, Ms. CRISSP/HUB – Uil-OTS/Utrecht University. (pdf)
  • Jánosi, A. (2010) ‘Case alternations in long-distance split focalization in Hungarian’, Belgian Circle of Linguistics, ULB, May 8, 2010. (handout)
  • Van Craenenbroeck, J. (2010) The syntax of ellipsis. Evidence from Dutch dialects. New York: OUP. (website)
  • De Belder, M. (2010) ‘On Breton pluralization’, Ms. CRISSP/HUB – Uil-OTS/Utrecht University. (pdf)