I’ve posted slides and other materials from my May 2021 guest lecture in Rajesh Bhatt’s class at UMass Amherst. (The contents are very similar to the contents of the talk I gave at the Göttingen Ling Colloquium one week earlier.)
These slides represent my latest thinking – as of right now, anyway – about how syntax interfaces with morpho-phonology and with semantics.
For those of you who are well-versed in some of these questions and are in a rush, here’s the tl;dr version: it’s “‘spanning’ meets the ‘three lists’ architecture of Distributed Morphology.” But it’s not some arbitrary mix-and-match of these two pieces of grammatical architecture. Arguments are provided that this is actually the right way to proceed.
Some relevant background reading: