About Heidi Harley
Heidi Harley investigates how word and sentence structures are built by universal syntactic mechanisms, and how they are interpreted by language-specific morphophonological and conceptual systems.
verbs, suppletion, argument structure, agreement, Hiaki (Yaqui), number
Harley, H. and Elizabeth Ritter (2002) "Person and number in pronouns: A feature-geometric analysis," Language 78.3, pp. 482-526.
Harley, H. (2002) "Possession and the double object construction," Linguistic Variation Yearbook 2, pp. 31-70.
Folli, R., H. Harley and S. Karimi, (2005) “Determinants of event structure in Persian complex predicates,” Lingua 115.10, 1365-1401
Harley, H. (2006) English Words: A Linguistic Introduction. Oxford: Blackwell.
Folli, R. and H. Harley (2007) “Causation, obligation and argument structure: On the nature of little v,” Linguistic Inquiry 38.2, 197-238
Harley, H. (2013) External arguments and the Mirror Principle: On the distinctness of Voice and v. Lingua 125, 34-57
Harley, H. (2014). "On the identity of roots," (Target article). Theoretical Linguistics 40.3: 225-276.
Harley, H. and Hyun Kyoung Jung. (2015). "In support of the PHAVE analysis of the double object construction." Linguistic Inquiry 46.4, 703-730.
Copley, B and H. Harley. (2015). "A force-theoretic framework for event structure." Linguistics and Philosophy 38.2, 103-158.
Choi, Jae-Hoon and H. Harley. (2019). Locality domains and morphological rules: Phases, heads, node-sprouting and suppletion in Korean honorification. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 37(4), 1319-1365 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11049-018-09438-3
Folli, Rafaella and H. Harley. (2020). A head-movement approach to Talmy’s typology. Linguistic Inquiry 51.3, 425-470.