(Contains fifteen papers divided into the following four t...)
Contains fifteen papers divided into the following four topics: I. Morphosyntactic markings, Interaction of syntactic features with semantic and functional hierarchies. II. Movements, promotions, clitics and traces. III. More on the borderline of syntax and morphology. IV. Problems of scope and control. Interaction of syntactic and functional structure.
Bachelor of Arts, Radcliffe College, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1970.
Instructor Russian, Wellesley College, 1966-1967. Instructor Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967-1970, lecturer, 1970-1971, assistant professor, 1971-1974, associate professor Russian, 1974-1983, professor, 1983-1994. Emerita, 1994; fellow Harvard Russian Research Center, since 1979.
Visiting professor U. de.
Paris, 1991; visiting lecturer Harvard University, 1995, Lindholm vis.prof. U. Oregon, 1999. Lilly postdoctoral teaching award fellow Massachusetts Institute of Technology,1975-1976.
Recipient Phi Beta Kappa, 1963, Distinguished Scholarly Career award Association Teachers Slavic and East European Langs 1991, Best Book prize 1997.
Member Bulgarian Studies Association. Member editorial advisory board SEEJ, Journal of Symbolic Logic, RLJ, Essays in Poetics, Syntax.
Married 1948; 3 children.