Selected Publications

 

(for a complete list of publications, see my CV)

  • to appear: “Back to the Future: Non-generation, filtration, and the heartbreak of interface-driven minimalism.” In Syntactic Structures after 60 Years: The Impact of the Chomyskan Revolution in Linguistics, ed. Norbert Hornstein, Howard Lasnik, Pritty Patel-Grosz & Charles Yang. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. bibtex
    @incollection{Preminger:2017,
    	Address = {Berlin},
    	Author = {Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {{S}yntactic {S}tructures after 60 Years: The Impact of the {C}homyskan Revolution in Linguistics},
    	Editor = {Hornstein, Norbert and Lasnik, Howard and Patel-Grosz, Pritty and Yang, Charles},
    	Publisher = {Mouton de Gruyter},
    	Title = {{B}ack to the {F}uture: non-generation, filtration, and the heartbreak of interface-driven minimalism},
    	Year = {to~appear}}
    
  • 2017, with Jessica Coon: “Split ergativity is not about ergativity.” In The Handbook of Ergativity, ed. Jessica Coon, Diane Massam & Lisa Travis, 226-252. Oxford: Oxford University Press. bibtex
    @incollection{CoonPreminger:2017,
    	Address = {Oxford},
    	Author = {Coon, Jessica and Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {The Handbook of Ergativity},
    	Editor = {Coon, Jessica and Massam, Diane and Travis, Lisa},
    	Publisher = {Oxford University Press},
    	Title = {Split ergativity is not about ergativity},
    	Pages = {226--252},
    	Year = {2017}}
    
  • 2017: “How can feature-sharing be asymmetric? Valuation as UNION over geometric feature structures.” In A Pesky Set: Papers for David Pesetsky, ed. Claire Halpert, Hadas Kotek & Coppe van Urk, 493-502. Cambridge, MA: MITWPL. bibtex
    @incollection{Preminger:2017,
    	Address = {Cambridge, MA},
    	Author = {Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {A {P}esky {S}et: Papers for {D}avid {P}esetsky},
    	Editor = {Halpert, Claire and Kotek, Hadas and van Urk, Coppe},
    	Pages = {493--502},
    	Publisher = {MITWPL},
    	Title = {How can feature-sharing be asymmetric? {V}aluation as \textsc{union} over geometric feature structures},
    	Year = {2017}}
    
  • 2015, with Ted Levin: “Case in Sakha: are two modalities really necessary?Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 33(1): 231-250. doi10.1007/s11049-014-9250-z bibtex
    @article{LevinPreminger:2015,
    	Author = {Levin, Theodore and Preminger, Omer},
    	Doi = {10.1007/s11049-014-9250-z},
    	Journal = {Natural Language \& Linguistic Theory},
    	Number = {1},
    	Pages = {231--250},
    	Title = {Case in {S}akha: Are Two Modalities Really Necessary?},
    	Volume = {33},
    	Year = {2015}}
    
  • 2015, with Jaklin Kornfilt: “Nominative as no case at all: an argument from raising-to-ACC in Sakha.” In Proceedings of the 9th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics (WAFL 9), MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 76, ed. Andrew Joseph & Esra Predolac, 109-120. Cambridge, MA: MITWPL. bibtex
    @inproceedings{KornfiltPreminger:2015,
    	Address = {Cambridge, MA},
    	Author = {Kornfilt, Jaklin and Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {Proceedings of the 9th {W}orkshop on {A}ltaic {F}ormal {L}inguistics ({WAFL}~9)},
    	Editor = {Joseph, Andrew and Predolac, Esra},
    	Number = {76},
    	Pages = {109--120},
    	Publisher = {MITWPL},
    	Series = {MIT Working Papers in Linguistics},
    	Title = {Nominative as \emph{no case at all}: An argument from raising-to-\textsc{acc} in {S}akha},
    	Year = {2015}}
    
  • 2014: “Agreement and its failures.” Linguistic Inquiry Monographs 68. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. bibtex
    @book{Preminger:2014,
    	Address = {Cambridge, MA},
    	Author = {Preminger, Omer},
    	Number = {68},
    	Publisher = {MIT Press},
    	Series = {Linguistic Inquiry Monographs},
    	Title = {Agreement and its failures},
    	Year = {2014}}
    
  • 2014, with Maria Polinsky: “Case and grammatical relations.” In The Routledge Handbook of Syntax, ed. Andrew Carnie, Daniel Siddiqi & Yosuke Sato, 150-166. London: Routledge. bibtex
    @incollection{PolinskyPreminger:2014,
    	Address = {London},
    	Author = {Polinsky, Maria and Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {The {R}outledge Handbook of Syntax},
    	Editor = {Carnie, Andrew and Siddiqi, Daniel and Sato, Yosuke},
    	Pages = {150--166},
    	Publisher = {Routledge},
    	Title = {Case and grammatical relations},
    	Year = {2014}}
    
  • 2013: “That’s not how you agree: a reply to Zeijlstra.The Linguistic Review 30(3): 491-500. doi10.1515/tlr-2013-0015 bibtex
    @article{Preminger:2013,
    	Author = {Preminger, Omer},
    	Doi = {10.1515/tlr-2013-0015},
    	Journal = {The Linguistic Review},
    	Number = {3},
    	Pages = {491--500},
    	Title = {That's not how you agree: A reply to {Z}eijlstra},
    	Volume = {30},
    	Year = {2013}}
    
  • 2012, with Jessica Coon: “Towards a unified account of person splits.” In Proceedings of the 29th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 29), ed. Jaehoon Choi, Alan Houge, Jessamyn Schertz, Jeff Punske, Deniz Tat & Alex Trueman, 310-318. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. bibtex
    @inproceedings{CoonPreminger:2012,
    	Address = {Somerville, MA},
    	Author = {Coon, Jessica and Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {Proceedings of the 29th {W}est {C}oast {C}onference on {F}ormal {L}inguistics ({WCCFL}~29)},
    	Editor = {Choi, Jaehoon and Houge, Alan and Schertz, Jessamyn and Punske, Jeff and Tat, Deniz and Trueman, Alex},
    	Pages = {310--318},
    	Publisher = {Cascadilla Press},
    	Title = {Towards a Unified Account of Person Splits},
    	Url = {http://www.lingref.com/cpp/wccfl/29/index.html},
    	Year = {2012}}
    
  • 2010: “Nested interrogatives and the locus of wh.” In The complementizer phase: subjects and operators, ed. E. Phoevos Panagiotidis, 200-235. Oxford: Oxford University Press. bibtex
    @incollection{Preminger:2010,
    	Address = {Oxford},
    	Author = {Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {The {C}omplementizer {P}hase: Subjects and Operators},
    	Editor = {Panagiotidis, E. Phoevos},
    	Pages = {200--235},
    	Publisher = {Oxford University Press},
    	Title = {Nested Interrogatives and the locus of \emph{wh}},
    	Year = {2010}}
    
  • 2010: “Failure to agree is not a failure: phi-agreement with post-verbal subjects in Hebrew.” In Linguistic Variation Yearbook 9, ed. Jeroen Van Craenenbroeck & Johan Rooryck, 241-278. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. bibtex
    @incollection{Preminger:2010,
    	Address = {Amsterdam},
    	Author = {Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {{L}inguistic {V}ariation {Y}earbook},
    	Doi = {10.1075/livy.9.07pre},
    	Editor = {van Craenenbroeck, Jeroen and Rooryck, Johan},
    	Pages = {241--278},
    	Publisher = {John Benjamins},
    	Title = {Failure to Agree is Not a Failure: phi-Agreement with Post-Verbal Subjects in {H}ebrew},
    	Volume = {9},
    	Year = {2010}}
    
  • 2009, with Tal Siloni: “Nominal voices.” In Quantification, definiteness, and nominalization, ed. Anastasia Giannakidou & Monika Rathert, Vol. 24 of Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics, 364-384. Oxford: Oxford University Press. bibtex
    @incollection{SiloniPreminger:2009,
    	Address = {Oxford},
    	Author = {Siloni, Tal and Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {{Q}uantification, {D}efiniteness, and {N}ominalization},
    	Editor = {Giannakidou, Anastasia and Rathert, Monika},
    	Number = {24},
    	Pages = {364--384},
    	Publisher = {Oxford University Press},
    	Series = {Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics},
    	Title = {Nominal Voices},
    	Year = {2009}}
    
  • 2008, with Naama Friedmann, Rama Novogrodsky & Ronit Szterman: “Resumptive pronouns as last resort when movement is impaired: relative clauses in hearing impairment.” In Current issues in generative Hebrew linguistics, ed. Sharon Armon-Lotem, Susan Rothstein & Gabi Danon, Vol. 134 of Linguistics Today, 267-290. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. bibtex
    @incollection{FriedmannNovogrodskySztermanPreminger:2008,
    	Address = {Amsterdam},
    	Author = {Friedmann, Naama and Novogrodsky, Rama and Szterman, Ronit and Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {Current Issues in Generative {H}ebrew Linguistics},
    	Editor = {Armon-Lotem, Sharon and Rothstein, Susan and Danon, Gabi},
    	Number = {134},
    	Pages = {267--290},
    	Publisher = {John Benjamins},
    	Series = {Linguistics Today},
    	Title = {Resumptive pronouns as last resort when movement is impaired: Relative clauses in hearing impairment},
    	Year = {2008}}
    
  • 2008: “(Im)perfect domains: yet another theory of syntactic movement.” In Proceedings of the 26th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 26), ed. Charles B. Chang & Hannah J. Haynie, 402-410. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. bibtex
    @inproceedings{Preminger:2008,
    	Address = {Somerville, MA},
    	Author = {Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {Proceedings of the 26th {W}est {C}oast {C}onference on {F}ormal {L}inguistics ({WCCFL}~26)},
    	Editor = {Chang, Charles B. and Haynie, Hannah J.},
    	Pages = {402--410},
    	Publisher = {Cascadilla Press},
    	Title = {({I}m)perfect {D}omains: Yet Another Theory of Syntactic Movement},
    	Url = {http://www.lingref.com/cpp/wccfl/26/index.html},
    	Year = {2008}}
    
  • 2006: “Argument-mapping and extraction.” In Proceedings of the 36th Conference of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 36), ed. Christopher Davis, Amy Rose Deal & Youri Zabbal, 493-504. Amherst, MA: GLSA. bibtex
    @inproceedings{Preminger:2006,
    	Address = {Amherst, MA},
    	Author = {Preminger, Omer},
    	Booktitle = {Proceedings of the 36th meeting of the {N}orth {E}ast {L}inguistic {S}ociety ({NELS}~36)},
    	Editor = {Davis, Christopher and Deal, Amy Rose and Zabbal, Youri},
    	Pages = {493--504},
    	Publisher = {GLSA},
    	Title = {Argument-mapping and extraction},
    	Year = {2006}}