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(2006) The Syntax of Nonsententials: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, co-edited by Ljiljana Progovac, Kate Paesani, Eugenia Casielles and Ellen Barton. Pages: ix + 372. Linguistik Aktuell (LA) 93. John Benjamins, Amsterdam.
(2005) A Syntax of Serbian: Clausal Architecture, pp. 245. Slavica Publishers, Bloomington, Indiana.
(1994) Negative and Positive Polarity: A Binding Approach, pp. 168. Cambridge Studies in Linguistics 68. Cambridge University Press.
(1994) Proceedings of MIT Workshop on Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics, co-edited by Sergey Avrutin, Steven Franks and Ljiljana Progovac. Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor.
In Press. “Compounds and commands in the evolution of human language.” Theoria et Historia Scientiarum IX: 49-71.
In Press. “Protosyntax: A thetic (unaccusative) stage.” Joint paper with Eugenia Casielles as first author. Theoria et Historia Scientiarum IX: 29-48.
(2010) “Syntax: Its Evolution and Its Representation in the Brain.” Biolinguistics 4.2-3, 233-254.
(2009) “Sex and Syntax: Subjacency Revisited.” Biolinguistics 3.2-3, 305-336.
(2009) “The Urge to Merge: Ritual Insult and the Evolution of Syntax.” Joint paper with John L. Locke as second author. Biolinguistics, 3.2-3, 337-354.(2002)
(2009) "Correlative Conjunctions and Events: A Reply to a Reply." Syntax: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Interdisciplinary Research, 5.3, 277-283.
(1999) “Events and Economy of Coordination.” Syntax: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Interdisciplinary Research, 2.2., 141-159.
(1998) "Determiner Phrase in a Language without Determiners." Journal of Linguistics, 34.1, 165-179.
(1998) “Structure for Coordination, Part 1,” State-of-the-Articles. Glot International 3.7, 3-6 (newspaper format).
(1998) “Structure for Coordination, Part 2,” State-of-the-Articles. Glot International 3.8, 3-9 (newspaper format).
(2010) “Imperative in Compounds: Implications for Historical and Evolutionary Studies.” In Development of Language through the Lens of Formal Linguistics, 137-145, ed. by Petr Karlík. Munich: Lincom Europe.
(2010) “When Clauses Refuse to be Recursive: An Evolutionary Perspective.” In Recursion and Human Language, ed. by Harry van der Hulst, 193-211. The Hague: Mouton.
(2009) “Layering of Grammar: Vestiges of Proto-Syntax in Present-Day Languages.” In Language Complexity as an Evolving Variable, ed. by Geoffrey Sampson, David Gil and Peter Trudgill, 203-212. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
(2006) “The Syntax of Nonsententials: Small Clauses and Phrases at the Root.” In The Syntax of Nonsententials: Multidisciplinary Perspectives,” 33-71, co-edited by Progovac, Paesani, Casielles and Barton. Benjamins, Amsterdam.
(2006) “Epilogue: Wherefrom and Whereto?” 323-353, co-authored by the editors of The Syntax of Nonsententials: Multidisciplinary Perspectives:” Progovac, Paesani, Casielles and Barton. Benjamins, Amsterdam.
(2005) “Nonsententials in Minimalism.” Co-authored with Ellen Barton as first author. Ellipsis and Nonsentential Speech, 71-93, edited by Ray Elugardo and Robert J. Stainton. New York: Springer.
(2005) "Negative and Positive Feature Checking and the Distribution of Polarity Items." Negation in Slavic, edited by Sue Brown and Adam Przepiórkowski, 179-217. Slavica Publishers, Bloomington, Indiana.
(2000) “Where do Clitics Cluster?” Clitic Phenomena in European Languages, 249-258, edited by Frits Beukema and Marcel den Dikken. John Benjamins, Amsterdam.
(2000) "Coordination, C-command, and Logophoric N-words." Studies on Negation and Polarity, 88-114, edited by Laurence Horn and Yasuhiko Kato. Oxford University Press.
Papers Published in Conference Proceedings
(2010) “On protolinguistic ‘fossils:’ Subject-verb vs. verb-subject structures.” Joint paper with Eugenia Casielles as first author. In Andrew D. M. Smith, Marieke Schouwstra, Bart de Boer, and Kenny Smith, eds., The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference (EVOLANG8), 66-73. New Jersey: World Scientific.
(2009) “What is There When Little Words are not There: Possible Implications for Evolutionary Studies.” In Ronald P. Leow, Héctor Campos & Donna Lardiere (eds.), Little Words: Their History, Phonology, Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics, and Acquisition, 99-108. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
(2008) “Root Small Clauses with Unaccusative verbs.” Proceedings of FASL (Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics) 16, 359-373. Editors: Andrei Antonenko, John F. Bailyn, and Christina Y. Bethin. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications.
(2008) “What Use is Half a Clause?” Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference, Barcelona, Spain, March 12-15, pp. 259-266. Editors: Andrew Smith, Kenneth Smith, and Ramon Ferrer i Cancho. New Jersey: World Scientific.
(2002) "Aspect Phrases, Perfective Prefixes and Congruent Prepositional Phrases in Serbian." Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 10: The Second Ann Arbor Meeting 2001, 201-221, edited by Jindřich Toman. Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor.