My current major Ph.D. advisees include:
Si Kai Lee
Students who have completed the Ph.D. under my supervision include:
Cedric Boeckx (2001) Mechanisms of chain formation. Current affiliation: The Catalan Institute for Advanced Studies and Universitat de Barcelona (formerly Harvard University).
Penka Stateva (2002) How different are different degree constructions? Current affiliation: University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia (formerly Humboldt University, Berlin).
Emma Ticio (2003) On the structure of DPs. Current affiliation: Syracuse University (formerly University of Houston).
Klaus Abels (2003) Successive cyclicity, anti-locality, and adposition stranding. Current affiliation: University College London.
Fumikazu Niinuma (2003) The syntax of honorification. Current affiliation: Kotchi Gakuen University, Japan.
Mariana Lambova (2004) On information structure and clausal architecture: Evidence from Bulgarian (co-supervised). Deceased.
Lara Reglero (2004) On A’ dependencies in Spanish and Basque. Current affiliation: Florida State University.
Duk-Ho An (2007) Syntax at the PF interface. Current affiliation: Konkuk University, Seoul (formerly University of Toronto).
Miguel Rodríguez-Mondonedo (2007) The syntax of objects: Agree and differential object marking. Current affiliation: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (formerly Indiana University).
Simona Herdan (2008) Degrees and amounts in relative clauses. Current affiliation: Oracle Corporation (formerly University of Toronto).
Pei-Jung Kuo (2009) IP internal movement and topicalization (co-supervised). Current affiliation: National Chiayi University, Taiwan.
Natalia Fitzgibbons (2010) Licensers and meanings: Structural properties of dependent indefinites. (Formerly Concordia University Montreal)
Nina Radkevich (2010) On location: The structure of case and adpositions. Current affiliation: University of York (formerly Harvard University)
Serkan Sener (2010) (Non-)peripheral matters in Turkish syntax. Current affiliation: Yeditepe University, Istanbul.
Miloje Despić (2011) Syntax in the absence of Determiner Phrase. Current affiliation: Cornell University.
Masahiko Takahashi (2011) Some theoretical consequences of case-marking in Japanese. Current affiliation: Yamagata University, Japan.
Cynthia Zocca DeRoma (2011) Divide et impera - separating operators from their variables. Current affiliation: University of Connecticut.
Ana Claudia Bastos-Gee (2011) Information structure within the traditional nominal phrase: The case of Brazilian Portuguese. Current affiliation: University of Connecticut.
Helen Koulidobrova (2012) Why choose a language and what happens if you don’t: Evidence from bimodal bilinguals (co-supervised). Current affiliation: Central Connecticut State University.
Julio Villa García (2012) The Spanish complementizer system. Current affiliation: The University of Manchester, UK (formerly Villanova University).
Hsu-Te Cheng (2013) Argument Ellipsis, Classifier Phrases, and the DP Parameter. Current affiliation: Emory University.
José Riqueros Morante (2013) Spanish nominal(ization) patterns. Current affiliation: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and Universidad de Lima.
Jelena Runić (2014) A new look at clitics, clitic doubling, and argument ellipsis: Evidence from Slavic. Current affiliation: Johns Hopkins University (formerly University of Massachusetts Lowell).
Jungmin Kang (2014) On the absence of TP and its consequences: Evidence from Korean. Stony Brook University (formerly Washington University in St. Louis).
Shigeki Taguchi (2015) Syntactic operations on heads and their theoretical implications. Current affiliation: Shinshu University, Japan.
Tsuyoshi Sawada (2015) Pleonastic merger. (Formerly Nanzan University).
Yoshiyuki Shibata (2015) Exploring syntax from the interfaces. Deceased.
Neda Todorović (2016) On the Presence/Absence of TP Cross-linguistically: Syntactic Properties and Temporal Interpretations. Current affiliation: University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
Yuta Sakamoto (2017) Escape from Silent Syntax. Current affiliation: Meiji University, Tokyo.
Aida Talić (2017) From A to N and Back: Functional and Bare Projections in the Domain of N and A. Current affiliation: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Troy Messick (2017) The Morphosyntax of Self-ascription: A Cross-linguistic Study. Current affiliation: Rutgers University.
Yong Suk Yoo (2018) Mobility in syntax: On contextuality in labeling and phases. Current affiliation: Korean Naval Academy.
Ryosuke Hattori (2019) Null operators and parameter setting. Current affiliation: Kobe Gakuin University, Japan.
Adrian Stegovec (2019) Person on the edge: Lessons from crosslinguistic variation in syntactic person restrictions. Current affiliation: University of Connecticut.
Marcin Dadan (2019) Head Labeling Preference and Language Change. Current affiliation: Florida University.
Vanessa Petroj (2020) Ignoring Language Barriers: Romanian-Serbian Code-Switching (co-supervised). Current affiliation: Oregon State University.