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Chris Barker
Chris Barker
Professor of Linguistics, NYU
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Possessive descriptions
C Barker
University of California, Santa Cruz, 1991
6861991
The dynamics of vagueness
C Barker
Linguistics and philosophy, 1-36, 2002
5442002
Partitives, double genitives and anti-uniqueness
C Barker
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, 679-717, 1998
2611998
Continuations and the nature of quantification
C Barker
Natural language semantics 10 (3), 211-242, 2002
2312002
Group terms in English: Representing groups as atoms
C Barker
Journal of semantics 9 (1), 69-93, 1992
2181992
Parasitic scope
C Barker
Linguistics and Philosophy 30, 407-444, 2007
2152007
Possessives and relational nouns
C Barker, C Maienborn, K von Heusinger, P Portner
Semantics-noun phrases and verb phrases, 177-203, 2019
2042019
Episodic-ee in English: A thematic role constraint on new word formation
C Barker
Language, 695-727, 1998
1951998
Continuations and natural language
C Barker, C Shan
Oxford Studies in Theoretical, 2014
1692014
Quantificational binding does not require c-command
C Barker
Linguistic inquiry 43 (4), 614-633, 2012
1592012
Explaining crossover and superiority as left-to-right evaluation
C Shan, C Barker
Linguistics and Philosophy 29, 91-134, 2006
1492006
Possessive weak definites.
C Barker
Possessives and Beyond: Semantics and Syntax., 89-113, 2005
1422005
Negotiating taste
C Barker
Inquiry 56 (2-3), 240-257, 2013
1362013
Free choice permission as resource-sensitive reasoning
C Barker
Semantics and Pragmatics 3, 10: 1-38, 2010
1312010
Donkey anaphora is in-scope binding
C Barker, C Shan
Semantics and Pragmatics 1, 1: 1-46, 2008
1302008
Direct compositionality
C Barker, P Jacobson
OUP Oxford, 2007
1002007
A theory of command relations
C Barker, GK Pullum
Linguistics and Philosophy, 1-34, 1990
931990
Continuations in natural language
C Barker
CW 4, 1-11, 2004
832004
Scopability and sluicing
C Barker
Linguistics and Philosophy 36, 187-223, 2013
772013
The syntax of nominalizations across languages and frameworks
A Alexiadou, TA Hall, A Alexiadou, M Rathert
De Gruyter Mouton, 2010
652010
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