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2017 The grammaticalization of 'big' situations: The IMPF operator and Perfective Imperfects in Bulgarian. (Coauthors A. Arregui and N. Slavkov). Boundaries,Phases, and Interfaces. Case Studies in Honor of Violeta Demonte. O. Fernández-Soriano, E. Castroviejo, and I. Pérez-Jiménez, Eds. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 151-172.

Aspect and Tense in Evidentials. (Coauthors A. Arregui and A. Salanova). Chapter 11 of Modality across syntactic categories. A. Arregui, M. Rivero and A. P. Salanova, Eds. A. Arregui, M. Rivero and A. P. Salanova, Eds. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 211-234. 2017

Introduction. (Coauthors A. Arregui and A. Salanova). Chapter 1 of Modality across syntactic categories. A. Arregui, M. Rivero and A. P. Salanova, Eds. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 3-8. 2017.
2016 The inferential future in Bulgarian: an evidential modal proposal. (Coauthor Vesela Simeonova). In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics (FASL) 23: The Berkeley Meeting 2014. Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, MI, ISBN 9780936534169, 0936534168.

Grammaticalizing the size of situations: the case of Bulgarian. (Coauthors A. Arregui and N. Slavkov). Proceedings of the 33rd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (2015), Kyeong-min Kim et al., Eds. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. 329-338. www.lingref.com, document #3252. [2016]

The Slovenian future auxiliary biti as a tenseless gradable evidential modal: Inferential and Concessive readings. (Co-author M. M. Sheppard). Formal Studies in Slovenian Syntax. In honor of Janez Oreŝnik . [LA 236]. F. Maruŝiĉ and R. Žaucer, Eds. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 253-281. 2016.
2014 Cross-linguistic variation in Imperfectivity. (Coauthors A. Arregui and A. Salanova).Natural Language and Linguistic Theory (2014) 32:307-362 DOI 10.1007/s11049-013-9226-4.

Spanish Inferential and Mirative Futures and Conditionals: An evidential gradable modal proposal. Lingua 151, 2014, 197-215. Morphological variation in contemporary Spanish. A. Fábregas and A. Gallego, eds. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lingua.2014.04.009

"Semantic imperfectivity in Bulgarian from a comparative perspective". In Third International Congress of Bulgarian Studies (трети международен конгрес по българистика)Section "Bulgarian Language". Subsection "Contemporary Bulgarian Language. Comparative and Contrastive Research" pp. 141-156. University Press Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Sofia (Bulgaria) 2014 Bulgaristica (Bulgarian Studies) Series Volume 11. International Association of Bulgaristics. ISBN 978-954-07-3854-3

Imperfective variation: the case of Bulgarian. (Coauthor N.Slavkov). Lingua 150, 2014 232-277. DOI 10.1016/j.lingua.2014.07.019
2013

Избрани проблеми от българската морфология и синтаксис: Анализ от гледната точка на минималистката програма. Modified Bulgarian version of "Topics in Bulgarian morphology and syntax: a minimalist perspective." Lingua 115, 2005, 1083-1128). In New Studies in Generative Syntax of Bulgarian. S. Koeva and I. Krapova, Eds. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Bulgarian Language Prof Lyubomir Andreychin, Sofia, 2013, 67-109. ISBN 978-954-322-612-2

2012 Building Involuntary States in Slavic. (Coauthor: A. Arregui). in Telicity, change, and state: A cross-categorial view of event structure. In V. Demonte and L. McNally (Eds.). Oxford University Press, New York, 2012, 300-332

Imperfectives in Mêbengokre. (Coauthors A. Arregui and A. Salanova) Proceedings of the Sixth Meeting on the Semantics of Under-represented Languages in the Americas (SULA 6), 2012. UMOP (University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers in Linguistics), Graduate Linguistics Students Association Publications, UMass, Amherst, Mass. ISBN/EAN13: 1475221193 / 9781475221190.
Portuguese version entitled Uma análise modal dos imperfectivos de mêbengokre. In Revista Linguística / Revista do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Linguística da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro 9, 1, June 2013, 79-91. ISSN 1808-835X 1.

2011

Un desconocido cualquiera. (An unknown 'any'). Chapter 7 of 60 Problemas de Gramática. M. Escandell Vidal, M. Leonetti, and C. Sánchez López, Eds. Editorial Akal, Madrid, 2011, 54-61. ISBN 978-84-460-3427-8.

Imperfectivity: capturing variation across languages. (Coauthors A.Arregui and A. Salanova). Proceedings of Moscow Syntax and Semantics 2, 2009. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 75 (2011), 53-68 (published in 2015)

Cualquiera Posnominal: un desconocido Cualquiera In Estudios de gramática formal del español contemporáneo, J. Camacho, M. Luján and L. Sánchez, Eds. Cuadernos de la ALFAL (Asociación de Lingüística y Filología de la América Latina), 3:60-80. 2011.ISSN 2218-0761.

Unintentional Agents vs. Unintentional Causers in Polish (Coauthor: Ewelina Frackowiak). Chapter 9 of Generative Investigations: Syntax, Morphology, and Phonology. P. Bański, B. Łukaszewicz, M.Opalińska and J. Zaleska, Eds.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011.
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2010 Los verbos psicológicos con experimentante dativo en español y el cambio histórico. (Spanish Psychological Verbs with Dative Experiencers and Diachronic Change). Cuestiones gramaticales del español, últimos avances, Marta Luján y Mirta Groppi (eds.).Cuadernos de la ALFAL (Asociación de Lingüística y Filología de la América Latina), Nueva Serie 1, 2010: pp. 167-193.

Aspectual Microvariation: The Case of Slavic Imperfectives. (Coauthor: A. Arregui). Proceedings of the 2010 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association.

Variation in circumstantial modality: Polish vs. St'a'timcets. (Coauthors: A. Arregui and E. Frąckowiak). in Linguistic Inquiry 41.4, 704-714 (2010). (see also María Luisa Rivero, Ana Arregui & Ewelina Frąckowiak. Circumstantial modals in Polish and St’at’imcets. Proceedings of the 2009 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association. http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~cla acl/actes2009/CLA2009_Rivero_Arregui_Frackowiak.pdf )

2009 A Look at High Applicatives in Romanian: Dative Experiencers. Bucharest Working Papers in Linguistics XI (1), 2009, 21-34.

Intensionality, High Applicatives and Aspect: Involuntary state constructions in Bulgarian and Slovenian. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, Vol 27.1 (2009), 151-196.

Anatomy of a Polish Circumstantial Modal. (Coauthors: A. Arregui and E. Frąckowiak). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 18, 2009: The Second Cornell Meeting. Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, MI., 456-470.

A Diachronic View of Psychological Verbs with Dative Experiencers in Spanish and Romanian (Coauthor C.R. Diaconescu). Historical Linguistics 2007, Dufresne, M., et al., Eds. Benjamins,Amsterdam, 2009, 149-160.
2008

Oblique subjects and person restrictions in Spanish: A morphological approach In Agreement Restrictions, 2008. R. D. Alessandro, S. Fischer, and G. Hrafnbjargarson (eds.) Berlin: De Gruyter.215-250.

Revisiting Involuntary State Constructions in Slovenian. (Coauthor Milena Milojevic Sheppard) In the Proceedings of FDSL 6.5. Nova Gorica, Slovenia (2006). 2008. Peter Lang, Frankfurt. 273-290.

2007

An Applicative analysis of Double Object Constructions in Romanian (Coauthor C.R. Diaconescu).Probus, 19(2):209-33

2005 Topics in Bulgarian morphology and syntax: a minimalist perspective Lingua 115:1083-1128.
2004 Spanish Quirky Subjects, Person Restrictions, and the PCC Linguistic Inquiry 35.3:494-502.

Datives and the Non-active Voice/Reflexive Clitic in Balkan Languages Appears in Balkan Syntax and Semantics, ed. by O.Miseska-Tomic. Series Linguistik Aktuell. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 2004. Pp.237-267.

Russian Anticausatives with Oblique Subjects. (Coathor: U. Savchenko), In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 13, 2004: The Columbia Meeting. Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, MI., 2005, 276-288.
2000-2004 Reflexive clitic constructions with datives: syntax and semantics In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Amherst Meeting 2002, Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, MI, 469-494. 2003.

Indefinite Reflexive clitics in Slavic: Polish and Slovenian.(Coauthor M. Sheppard), Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 21:89-155,2003.

On Impersonal Reflexives in Romance and Slavic and Semantic Variation In Romance Syntax, Semantics and L2 Acquisition. J. Camps and C. R. Wiltshire, eds. 2002. Benjamins, Amsterdam. 169-195.

The Acquisition of Constructions with Reflexive Clitics in Polish (Coauthor Magdalena Goledzinowska) In Asymmetry in Grammar: Vol 2, Ed. by Anna Maria Di Sciullo. John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 2002. 265-289.

On Impersonal se / sie in Slavic (Coauthor Milena Milojevic Sheppard) In Current Issues in Formal Slavic Linguistics. G. Zybatow, et al., Eds. 137-147. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main. 2002.

Impersonal SIE in Polish: A Simplex Expression Anaphor In Journal of Slavic Linguistics Vol. 8, numbers 1-2, 2000, pp.199-237.

(Available via Emeraldinsight) Finiteness and Second Position in Long Verb Movement Languages: Breton and Slavic. The Nature and Function of Syntactic Categories, R. Borsley, ed., Academic Press, N.Y., 2000, 295-323. DOI 10.1016/50092-4563(00)8000 26-4
1990-1999 Stylistic Verb Movement in Yes-No Questions in Bulgarian and Breton. In Crossing Boundaries, I. Kenesei, ed. 67-90. Benjamins, Amsterdam. 1999.

On two locations for complement clitic pronouns: Serbo-Croatian, Bulgarian, and Old Spanisha In Parameters of Morphosyntactic Change, A. van Kemenade and N. Vincent, Eds. 170-206. Cambridge U Press, London. 1997.

Imperatives, V-movement, and logical mood. (Coauthor Arhonto Terzi) Journal of Linguistics 31:301-332, 1995.

Clause Structure and V-Movement in the Languages of the Balkans. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 12: 63-120, 1994.

On indirect questions, commands, and Spanish quotative que. Linguistic Inquiry 25:547-54, 1994.

Clitic Auxiliaries and Incorporation in Polish. (Coauthor Robert D. Borsley). Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 12(3):373-422, 1994.

Negation, imperatives, and Wackernagel effects. Rivista di Linguistica 6, 1994, 91-118.

Long Head Movement vs V2 and Null Subjects in Old Romance. Lingua, 89:217-245, 1993.

Bulgarian and Serbo-Croatian Yes-no questions: Vo-raising to -li vs. Li-hopping. Linguistic Inquiry 24:567-75, 1993.

Adverb Incorporation and the Syntax of Adverbs in Modern Greek. Linguistics and Philosophy 15: 289-331, 1992.

"Patterns of Vo-raising in Long Head Movement and Negation: Serbo-Croatian vs. Slovak." in Syntactic Theory and Basque Syntax. J. A. Lakarra and J. Ortiz de Urbina, Eds. International Journal of Basque Linguistics and Philology XXVII, 1992.

Long Head Movement and Negation: Serbo-Croatian versus Slovak and Czech. The Linguistic Review 8: 319-351, 1991.

Types of Verbal Movement in Old Spanish: Modals, Futures and Perfects. (with José Lema). Probus 3(3), 1991: 237-278

The location of Non-Active Voice in Albanian and Modern Greek. Linguistic Inquiry 21: 145-46, 1990.
1980-1989

La sintaxis de qualquiere y sus variantes en el español antiguo. (The syntax of qualquiere 'any, whoever' and its variants in Old Spanish) Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica 36:47-73, 1988.

Parameters in the Typology of Clitics in Romance and Old Spanish Language, 62(4):774-807, 1986.

Dialects and Diachronic Syntax: Free Relatives in Old Spanish. Journal of Linguistics,22(2):443-454, 1986.

Diachronic Syntax and Learnability: Free Relatives in Thirteenth-Century. Journal of Linguistics 20(1):81-129, 1984.

Remarks on free relatives and matching phenomena. (with Paul Hirschbüler), Linguistic Inquiry 14:505-20, 1983.

Non-matching Concealed Questions in Catalan and Spanish. [Online via De Gruyter.](with Paul Hirschbüler), The Linguistic Review 2(4): 331-364. 1983

"Las relativas restrictivas con que." (Restrictive relatives with que'that') Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica 31,1982, 195-234.

Catalan Restrictive Relatives: Core and Periphery (with Paul Hirschbüler). Language 57(3): 591-625, 1980.

On left-dislocation and topicalization in Spanish. Linguistic Inquiry 11:363-94, 1980.

1970-1979 Un ejemplo de metodología de filosofía analítica en la semántica lingüística: la cortesía y los actos verbales. (A sample of analytic philosophy methodology in linguistic semantics: politeness and speechacts) Revista Española de Lingüística 8, 1978, 77-104. [Reprinted in Metodología y Gramática Generativa, SGEL, Madrid, 113-34. 1979].

Topicalization and Wh-movement in Spanish. Linguistic Inquiry 9:513-7, 1978.

Specificity and Existence: A Reply Language 53(1):70-85, 1977.

[Online via Reference Global] Surface Structure and the Centrality of Syntax (with Douglas C. Walker) Theoretical Linguistics. 3(1-3):99-124

[Online via IngentaConnect.com] William of Sherwood on composition and division: a linguistic study. Historiographia Linguistica 3, 1976, 17-36.

A speech-act analysis of polite verb-forms in Romance. 6th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages. Montreal, Quebec, 1976. Eric document ED129081.

Surface structure and the centrality of syntax. (Coauthor D.C. Walker),1975 Eric prepublication version, also in Theoretical Linguistics 3, 1976, 99-124.

Referential Properties of Spanish Noun Phrases Language 51(1): p. 32-48, 1975.

La ambigüedad de los verbos modales: una visión histórica Revista Española de Lingüística 5:401-22, 1975.

[Online via Taylor and Francis] Early Scholastic views on ambiguity: composition and division. Historiographia Linguistica 2,1975, 25-47.

Modalities and scope in Scholastic logic from a linguistic point of view. Acta Linguistica 15, 1974, 133-52. DOI 10.1080/03740463.1974.10415433

Antecedents of contemporary logical and linguistic analyses in Scholastic logic. Foundations of Language 10:55-64, 1973.

Remarks on operators and modalities. Foundations of Language 9:209-41, 1972.

Mood and presupposition in Spanish. Foundations of Language 7:305-36, 1971.

A Surface Structure Constraint on Negation in Spanish Language 46(3): 640-666, 1970.