Articles in Working Papers | Articles in Conference Proceedings | Conference Handouts and Slides

Articles in Working Paper Volumes

Carnie, Andrew and David Medeiros (2005) “Tree maximization and the Extended Projection Principle”. Coyote Working Papers in Linguistics 14: 51-55 Download | Link

Carnie, Andrew (2005) “Some remarks on markedness Hierarchies: A reply to Aissen 1999 and 2003.” Coyote Working Papers in Linguistics 14. 37-50 Download | Link

Carnie, Andrew (2005) “A Phase-geometric approach to multiple marking systems.” Martha McGinnis, Norvin Richards (eds.) Perspectives on Phases. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 49: 87-102 Download | Link

Carnie, Andrew and Heidi Harley (1997). 'Distinguishing the EPP and Nominative case' Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 4.3; 71-86. Download | Link

Carnie, Andrew (1996) 'Modern Irish: a Case Study in Language Revival Failure’ Papers on Endangered Languages, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 28, 99-114. (invited) Download | Link

Carnie, Andrew and Jonathan Bobaljik (1996) Shifting objects and procrastinating subjects. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics 18: 23-30. Download | Link

Carnie, Andrew (1994) ‘Whence Sonority: Evidence from Epenthesis in Modern Irish’ MIT Working Papers in Linguistics  21, 81-108. Download | Link

Carnie, Andrew (1993) ‘Nominal Predicates and Absolutive Case Marking in Irish’ MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 19, 89-129. Download | Link

Carnie, Andrew (1991) “Irish Clausal Constituent Structure” Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 11.1 3-17 Download | link

Carnie, Andrew (1989) “On the Origins of the Picts” Garm Lu 9:5-17 Download | Link

Articles in Conference Proceedings

Carnie, Andrew (1995) 'Complex Predicates and Deriving Copular Word Order’ Proceedings of the Language in Ireland Conference, Belfast Working Papers in Linguistics Vol. 13, 21-46. University of Ulster, Jordanstown, Northern Ireland. (proceedings version peer-reviewed) Download | Link

Carnie, Andrew and Heidi Harley (1995) ‘Nominally Phrasal Copular Structures’ Proceedings of WECOL (94) (volume 7) pp. 30-43. Download | Link

Carnie, Andrew and Heidi Harley (1994) ‘Nominally Complex Copular Structures’. In Léa Nash and Georges Tsoulas (eds.) Actes du Premier Colloque Langue et Grammaire. 31-45. (invited) Download

Carnie,  Andrew  (1994) ‘On the Head Movement of Complex Nominal Predicates’. Proceeding of Canadian Linguistic Association meeting, Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics. Download | link

Carnie, Andrew and Jonathan Bobaljik (1992) ‘A Minimalist Approach to Some Problems of Irish Word Order’. Proceedings of the 12th annual Harvard Celtic Colloquium. Dept. of Celtic Studies, Harvard University. (invited and peer evaluated)  (early version of Bobaljik and Carnie 1996) Download | link

Carnie, Andrew (1991) "A Domain Based Phonology: The Evidence from Modern Irish” Proceedings of the Leiden Conference for Junior Linguists 3, Leiden University, the Netherlands. pp. 59-76. Download

Recent Conference handouts, slides and posters

“The Syntax and Semantics of Scottish Gaelic a’ dol”, Plenary Speaker, Celtic Linguistics Conference 7, June 22, 2012. University of Rennes II. France. (coauthored with Sylvia Reed) handout

Warner, Natasha, Dan Brenner and Andrew Carnie. “Nasalized Fricatives vs. Approximants in Scottish Gaelic”. Celtic Linguistics Conference 7, June 23, 2012, University of Rennes II, France. Slides

Warner, Natasha, Jessamyn Schertz, Andrew Carnie, Muriel Fisher, Diana Archangeli, Michael Hammond, Lionel Mathieu and Colin Gorrie. Timing of perceptual cues in Scots Gaelic sound distinctions, Celtic Linguistics Conference 7, June 23, 2012. University of Rennes II, France Poster

Dependency Based Merge”, Carleton University Linguistics Colloquium, February 4, 2012. video | slides

“Experimental Investigations on Scottish Gaelic Phonetics and Phonology”, Carleton University Linguistics Colloquium, February 3, 2012. video | slides

Perceptual and Judgment-Based Experiments on Scottish Gaelic Svarabhakti. Celtic Congress, Maynooth. (Andréa Davis, Michael Hammond, Diana Archangeli, Andrew Carnie, Muriel Fisher, Natasha Warner, Colin Gorrie, Lionel Matthieu and Jessamyn Schertz.) August 2011, Slides

Warner, Natasha, Andrew Carnie, Muriel Fisher, Jessamyn Schertz, Lionel Mathieu, Colin Gorrie, Michael Hammond, Diana Archangeli (2011) The Timing of perceptual Cues in Scots Gaelic. Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, October, 2011

Brenner, Dan, Andréa Davis, Natasha Warner, Andrew Carnie, Muriel Fisher, Jessamyn Schertz, Michael Hammond and Diana Archangeli (2011). Can you say [ṽ] or [x̃]. Aerodynamics of Nasalized Fricatives in Scottish Gaelic. Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, October, 2011

Schertz, Jessamyn, Diana Archangeli, Andrew Carnie, Jae Hyun Song, Lionel Mathieu, Michael Hammond, Natasha Warner, Brenna Ward, Chelsea Milburn, Peter A. Brown, Dan Brenner, Colin Gorrie and Andrea Davis (2011): The articulation of epenthetic vowels in Scottish Gaelic. 14th International Congress of Celtic Studies, Maynooth Ireland, August 2011.

Warner, Natasha, Andrew Carnie, Dan Brenner, Micaya Clymer, Lionel Mathieu, Jae-Hyun Sung, Jessamyn Schertz, Michael Hammond, Diana Archangeli, Muriel Fisher, Colin Gorrie (2011): ̳Nasalization and Frication in Scottish Gaelic. 14th International Congress of Celtic Studies, Maynooth Ireland, August 2011.

et Theoretic phrase markers and Pronoun Post Posing in Scottish Gaelic. Invited speaker, Irish Network of Formal Linguists 3. Belfast 2011. Handout

Scottish Gaelic Experimental Phonology and Phonetics. Invited talk at Celtic Linguistics Conference 6. Dublin, 2010. Handout

Set Theoretic Constituent Representations and Morphophonological Conditions on Linearization. Invited Speaker, Third Brussels conference on Generative Grammar. May 22, 2008. Handout | Slides

Phasing in Mixed Categories: Evidence from Celtic. SLAT roundtable, University of Arizona. Invited Speaker. March 8, 2008. (Note: don't cite data without checking with me first as I found some errors after I gave this talk) PodCast & Slides

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