Resources for Research on Genitives/Possessives and Beyond


Bibliographies on the web:

BIBSYS (the Norwegian bibliographical database): A good starting point for finding information on Scandinavian publications.

Genreadings: Bibliography of the "English and Russian Genitives" NSF Grant awarded to Barbara H. Partee and Vladimir Borschev.

Rich Thomason's BibTeX bibliography

Semantics, Pragmatics, etc. on the Web (Compiled by Kai von Fintel, MIT):
        Links to individual researcher's web pages (with downloadable manuscripts)  and other useful resources.

Web Archives:

: Site "for exchanging papers of interest to natural language semanticists."

Semitic Archive: Syntactic research on Hebrew and Arabic.
      Available: Ouhalla 1998, Pereltsvaig 1998, Shlonsky 2000, Siloni 1998 among others.

Electronic publications (free-of-charge electronic viewing/downloading):

GG@G (Generative Grammar in Geneva)
      Available: Haegeman 2000 and Ihsane 2000.

PhiN (Philologie im Netz)  Available: Iatsko 2000 among others.

Personal web pages:

Chris Barker:

Peter Gärdenfors: Professor of Cognitive Science, Lund University, Sweden.

Alan Munn: Assistant Professor of Linguistics, Michigan State University.
      Available: Munn 1994 and Munn & Schmitt 1999 among others.

Barbara H. Partee: Distinguished University Professor of Linguistics and Philosophy, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA.
        Available: Publications since 1998.

David Pesetsky: Professor of Linguistics, MIT, USA.

Gianluca Storto

Larisa Zlatic: University of Texas, Austin, USA.

Individual papers:

Rappaport, Gilbert. 1998. The Slavic noun phrase. Position paper for Comparative Slavic Morphosyntax. To appear as (2000) The Slavic noun phrase. In Comparative Slavic Morphosyntax, ed. George Fowler. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers.


ROA Utilities: Links to useful Internet-accessible share- and free-ware utilities.


This work is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. BCS-9905748 to Barbara H. Partee, "Integration of Lexical and Compositional Semantics: Genitives in English and Russian".Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

This page was created and is maintained by Ji-yung Kim for Barbara H. Partee.

Last updated: August 14, 2002
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