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Hagit Borer

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Syntax, Semantics, Second Language Acquisition
"Hagit Borer"
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Noam Chomsky grad student MIT (LinguisTree)


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Rose-Marie Déchaine grad student 1993 U Mass Amherst (LinguisTree)
Jingqi Fu grad student 1994 U Mass Amherst (LinguisTree)
Johannes  Gisli Jonsson grad student 1995 U Mass Amherst (LinguisTree)
Tohru Noguchi grad student 1995 U Mass Amherst (LinguisTree)
Jeffrey Runner grad student 1995 U Mass Amherst
Elena  Elvira Benedicto grad student 1998 U Mass Amherst (LinguisTree)
Nihan Ketrez grad student 2005 USC (LinguisTree)
Isabelle A. Roy grad student 2006 USC (LinguisTree)
So Young Park grad student 2008 USC (LinguisTree)
Agnieszka A. Lazorczyk grad student 2010 USC (LinguisTree)
Aaron H. Walker grad student 2012 USC (LinguisTree)
Sarah Ouwayda grad student 2014 USC (LinguisTree)
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Borer H. (2014) Wherefore roots? Theoretical Linguistics. 40: 343-359
Adger D, Borer H. (2013) General Preface Count and Mass Across Languages
Borer H. (2013) Derived nominals and the domain of content Lingua
Borer H. (2012) Afro-Asiatic, Semitic: Hebrew The Oxford Handbook of Compounding
Borer H. (2010) Locales Lexical Semantics, Syntax, and Event Structure
Adger D, Borer H. (2010) Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics General Preface Paradigms in Phonological Theory
Borer H. (2010) The Grammar Machine The Unaccusativity Puzzle: Explorations of the Syntax-Lexicon Interface
Borer H. (2007) Structuring Sense Structuring Sense. 2: 1-416
Fu J, Roeper T, Borer H. (2001) The VP within process nominals: Evidence from adverbs and the VP anaphor DO-SO Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 19: 549-582
Borer H. (1995) The ups and downs of Hebrew verb movement Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 13: 527-606
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