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LINGUIST 217: Morphosyntax

An investigation of central issues in the study of the interface between syntax and morphology as well as its relation to semantic interpretation. Topics may include: the internal structure of words, valence-changing morphology, incorporation, compounding, inflection (e.g. case, agreement) and cliticization. The course draws on data from a range of languages and aims to explore various theoretical approaches. Prerequisites: graduate standing or permission of instructor.
Last offered: Spring 2022
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