Howard Lasnik  Publications

Books

Lasnik, H. and J. Uriagereka. 1988. A Course in GB Syntax: Lectures on Binding and Empty Categories. MIT Press. (This book has been translated and published in Korean and in Basque.)
Lasnik, H. 1989. Essays on Anaphora. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Lasnik, H. 1990. Essays on Restrictiveness and Learnability. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Lasnik, H. and M. Saito. 1992. Move Alpha: Conditions on Its Application and Output. MIT Press.
Lasnik, H. 1999. Minimalist Analysis. Blackwell.
Lasnik, H. (with M. Depiante and A. Stepanov) 2000. Syntactic Structures Revisited: Contemporary Lectures on Classic Transformational Theory. MIT Press.
Lasnik, H. 2003. Minimalist Investigations in Linguistic Theory. Routledge Ltd.
Lasnik, H. and J. Uriagereka. 2005. A Course in Minimalist Syntax: Foundations and Prospects. Blackwell.

Books Edited

Osherson, D. and H. Lasnik (eds). 1990. An Invitation to Cognitive Science, Vol. 1, Language. MIT Press.
Freidin, R. and H. Lasnik (eds.) 2006. Syntax: Critical Concepts in Linguistics Vols I-VI. Routledge Ltd.
Boskovic, Z. and H. Lasnik (eds.). 2007. Minimalist Syntax: The Essential Readings. Blackwell.
Hornstein, N., Lasnik, H., Patel-Grosz, P., and C. Yang (eds.) 2018. Syntactic Structures after 60 Years. The Impact of the Chomskyan Revolution in Linguistics. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

Journal Articles

Brame, M. and H. Lasnik. 1970. A derived nominal requiring a non-sentential source. Linguistic Inquiry 1:547-549.
Lasnik, H. and T. Wasow. 1971. On the descriptive adequacy of interpretive theories. Foundations of Language 7:429-430.
Fiengo, R. and H. Lasnik. 1972. On nonrecoverable deletion in syntax. Linguistic Inquiry 3:528.
Fiengo, R. and H. Lasnik. 1973. The logical structure of reciprocal sentences in English. Foundations of Language 9:447-468.
Lasnik, H. and R. Fiengo. 1974. Complement object deletion. Linguistic Inquiry 5:535-571. (Reprinted in Selected Theses on Linguistics, ed. Minoru Yasui. 1976.)
Fiengo, R. and H. Lasnik. 1976. Some issues in the theory of transformations. Linguistic Inquiry 7:182-191.
Lasnik, H. 1976. Remarks on coreference. Linguistic Analysis 2:1-22.
Chomsky, N. and H. Lasnik. 1977. Filters and control. Linguistic Inquiry 8:425-504.
Lasnik, H. and J. Kupin. 1977. A restrictive theory of transformational grammar. Theoretical Linguistics 4:173-196.
Chomsky, N. and H. Lasnik. 1978. A remark on contraction. Linguistic Inquiry 9:268-274.
Freidin, R. and H. Lasnik. 1981. Disjoint reference and WH-trace. Linguistic Inquiry 12:39-53.
Lasnik, H. 1981. On two recent treatments of disjoint reference. Journal of Linguistic Research 1,4:48-58.
Lasnik, H. and M. Saito. 1984. On the nature of proper government. Linguistic Inquiry 15:235-289.
Lasnik, H. and S. Crain. 1985. On the acquisition of pronominal reference. Lingua 65:135-154.
Lasnik, H. 1985. Illicit NP movement: Locality conditions on chains? Linguistic Inquiry 16:481-490.
Lasnik, H. 1986. On accessibility. Linguistic Inquiry 17:126-129.
Barss, A. and H. Lasnik. 1986. A note on anaphora and double objects. Linguistic Inquiry 17:347-354.
Lasnik, H. 1988. Subjects and the theta-criterion. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 6:1-17.
Lasnik, H. 1989. The nature of triggering data. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 12:349-350.
Heim, I., H. Lasnik and R. May. 1991. Reciprocity and plurality. Linguistic Inquiry 22:63-101.
Heim, I., H. Lasnik and R. May. 1991. On "Reciprocal Scope". Linguistic Inquiry 22:173-192.
Lasnik, H. and T. Stowell. 1991. Weakest crossover. Linguistic Inquiry 22:687-720.
Lasnik, H. 1991. Language acquisition and two types of constraints. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 14:624-625.
Lasnik, H. 1992. Case and expletives. Linguistic Inquiry 23:381-405.
Lasnik, H. 1995. Case and expletives revisited. Linguistic Inquiry 26:615-633.
Lasnik, H. 1997. A gap in an ellipsis paradigm: Some theoretical implications. Linguistic Analysis 27:166-185.
Lasnik, H. 1999. On feature strength: Three minimalist approaches to overt movement. Linguistic Inquiry 30:197-217.
Boskovic, Z. and H. Lasnik. 1999. How strict is the cycle? Linguistic Inquiry 30:691-703.
Lasnik, H. and N. Sobin. 2000. The who/whom puzzle: On the preservation of an archaic feature. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 18:343-371.
Lasnik, H. 2001. A note on the EPP. Linguistic Inquiry 32:356-362.
Lasnik, H. 2002. Clause-mate conditions revisited. Glot International 6:94-96.
Lasnik, H. and J. Uriagereka. 2002. On the poverty of the challenge. The Linguistic Review 19:147-150.
Lasnik, H. 2002. The Minimalist Program in syntax. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 6:432-437.
Phillips, C. and H. Lasnik. 2003. Linguistics and empirical evidence: Reply to Edelman and Christiansen. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 7:61-62.
Fox, D. and H. Lasnik. 2003. Successive cyclic movement and island repair: The difference between Sluicing and VP Ellipsis. Linguistic Inquiry 34:143-154.
Lasnik, H. 2003. On the Extended Projection Principle. Studies in Modern Grammar 31:1-23.
Boskovic, Z. and H. Lasnik. 2003. On the distribution of null complementizers. Linguistic Inquiry 34:527-546.
Lasnik, H. and M.-K. Park. 2003. The EPP and the Subject Condition under Sluicing. Linguistic Inquiry 34:649-660.
Lasnik, H. 2005. Review of Jason Merchant The Syntax of Silence. Language 81: 259-265.
Boeckx, C. and H. Lasnik. 2006. Intervention and repair. Linguistic Inquiry 37: 150-155.
Hornstein, N., H. Lasnik and J. Uriagereka. 2003 (2007). The dynamics of islands: Speculations on the locality of movement. Linguistic Analysis 33:149-175.
Lasnik, H. 2010. A (surprising?) consequence of single-cycle syntax. Linguistic Sciences. Volume 9, Number 1: 22-33.
Hong, S. and H. Lasnik. 2010. A note on ‘Raising to Object’ in small clauses and full clauses. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 19:275-289.
Drummond, A., N. Hornstein and H. Lasnik.2010. A puzzle about P-stranding and a possible solution. Linguistic Inquiry 41: 68–692.
Lasnik, H. 2013. Teaching Introductory Graduate Syntax. Language: Teaching Linguistics. Volume 89, Number 1: e11-e17.
Lasnik, H. 2013. Multiple Sluicing in English? Syntax. Volume 17, Number 1:1-20.
Cheng, J. and H. Lasnik. 2016. Parametric variations in Mandarin and English denominal verb derivation. Lingua 180: 25-48.
Grano, T. and H. Lasnik. In press. How to Neutralize a Finite Clause Boundary: Phase Theory and the Grammar of Bound Pronouns. Linguistic Inquiry.49, Vol. 3.

Articles in Books

Lasnik, H. 1975. On the semantics of negation. In D. J. Hockney (ed.) Contemporary Research in Philosophical Logic and Linguistic Semantics. Reidel, Dordrecht, pp. 279-311.
Michaels, D. and H. Lasnik. 1978. A reanalysis of English vowel alternations. Proceedings of the 12th International Congress of Linguists. Innsbrucker Beiträge für Sprachwissenschaft, pp. 808-811.
Lasnik, H. 1981. Restricting the theory of transformations. In N. Hornstein and D. Lightfoot (eds.) Explanation in Linguistics. Longmans, pp. 152-173.
Lasnik, H. and R. Freidin. 1981. Core grammar, Case theory, and markedness. In A. Belletti, L. Brandi, and L. Rizzi (eds.) Theory of Markedness in Generative Grammar. Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, pp. 407-421.
Lasnik, H. 1981. Learnability, restrictiveness, and the evaluation metric. In C. L. Baker and J. McCarthy (eds.) The Logical Problem of Language Acquisition. MIT Press, pp. 1-21.
Fiengo, R., C.-T.J. Huang, H. Lasnik, and T. Reinhart. 1988. The syntax of Wh-in-situ. In H. Borer (ed.) Proceedings of the Seventh West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, pp. 81-98.
Lasnik, H. 1989. A selective history of modern Binding Theory. In H. Lasnik Essays on Anaphora. Kluwer, pp. 1-36.
Lasnik, H. 1989. On certain substitutes for negative data. In R. Matthews and W. Demopoulos (eds.) Learnability and Linguistic Theory. Reidel, pp. 89-105.
Lasnik, H. 1990. Syntax. In D. Osherson and H. Lasnik (eds.) An Invitation to Cognitive Science, Vol. 1. MIT Press, pp. 5-21.
Lasnik, H. 1991. On the necessity of binding conditions. In R. Freidin (ed.) Principles and Parameters in Comparative Grammar. MIT Press, pp. 7-28.
Lasnik, H. and M. Saito. 1991. On the subject of infinitives. In L. Dobrin, L. Nichols, and R. Rodriguez (eds.) Papers from the 27th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, pp. 324-343.
Lasnik, H. 1992. Two notes on control and binding. In R. Larson, S. Iatridou, U. Lahiri, and J. Higginbotham (eds.) Control and Grammar. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 235-251.
Lasnik, H. 1992. Traces. In W. Bright (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, Vol. 4. Oxford University Press, pp. 170-171.
Lasnik, H. 1992. Subjacency. In W. Bright (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, Vol. 4. Oxford University Press, pp. 92-93.
Chomsky, N. and H. Lasnik. 1993. The theory of principles and parameters. In J. Jacobs et al. (eds.) Syntax: An International Handbook of Contemporary Research, Vol. 1. Walter de Gruyter, pp. 506-569. (Reprinted in N. Chomsky, The Minimalist Program. MIT Press, 1995)
Lasnik, H. 1994. Noam Chomsky on anaphora. In C. Otero (ed.) Noam Chomsky: Critical Assessments, Vol. 1. Routledge, pp. 574-606.
Lasnik, H. 1994. Syntax. Encyclopedia of Human Behavior, Vol. 4. Academic Press, pp. 369-382.
Lasnik, H. 1994. Operators and obviation. In Young-Suk Kim, et al. (eds.) Explorations in Generative Grammar: A Festschrift for Dong-WheeYang. Hankuk Publishing Co. Seoul, pp. 294-309.
Lasnik, H. 1995. The forms of sentences. In D. Osherson, L. Gleitman, and M. Liberman (eds.) An Invitation to Cognitive Science, Vol. 1, 2nd edition. MIT Press, pp. 283-310.
Lasnik, H. 1995. Verbal morphology: Syntactic Structures meets the minimalist program. In H. Campos and P. Kempchinsky (eds.) Evolution and Revolution in Linguistic Theory: Essays in Honor of Carlos Otero. Georgetown University Press, pp. 251-275.
Lasnik, H. 1995. Last resort. In S. Haraguchi and M. Funaki (eds.) Minimalism and Linguistic Theory. Hituzi Syobo Publishing, pp. 1-32.
Lasnik, H. 1995. Last resort and attract F. In Papers from the 6th Annual Meeting of the Formal Linguistics Society of Mid-America, Vol. 1, pp. 62-81.
Lasnik, H. 1996. Case and expletives: Notes toward a parametric account. In R. Freidin (ed.) Current Issues in Comparative Grammar. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 162-189.
Lasnik, H. 1997. Levels of representation and the elements of anaphora. In H. Bennis, P. Pica, and J. Rooryck (eds.) Atomism and Binding. Foris, pp. 251-268.
Lasnik, H. 1998. Exceptional Case marking: Perspectives old and new. In Z. Boskovic, S. Franks, and W. Snyder (eds.) Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Connecticut Meeting 1997. Michigan Slavic Publications, pp. 187-211.
Lasnik, H. 1999. Pseudogapping puzzles. In S. Lappin and E. Benmamoun (eds.) Fragments: Studies in Ellipsis and Gapping. Oxford University Press, pp. 141-174.
Lasnik, H. 1999. On the locality of movement: Formalist syntax position paper. In M. Darnell, E. Moravscik, F. Newmeyer, M. Noonan, and K. Wheatley (eds.) Functionalism and Formalism in Linguistics, Volume 1: General papers (SLCS 41). John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 33-54.
Lasnik, H. 1999. Minimalism. In R. A. Wilson and F. C. Keil (eds.) MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences. MIT Press, pp. 548-550.
Lasnik, H. 1999. Chains of arguments. In S. Epstein and N. Hornstein (eds.) Working Minimalism. MIT Press, pp. 189-215.
Lasnik, H. and C. Boeckx. 2000. Transformational grammar. In R. Clark (ed.) Annotated Bibliography for English Studies [1: Language and Linguistics: 108 Theoretical Linguistics. Editors: I. Roberts, R. Borseley and F. Newmeyer]
Lasnik, H. 2001. Derivation and representation in modern transformational syntax. In M. Baltin and C. Collins (eds.) Handbook of Syntactic Theory. Blackwell, pp. 62-88.
Lasnik, H. 2001. When can you save a structure by destroying it? In M. Kim and U. Strauss (eds.) Proceedings of the North East Linguistic Society 31, Vol. Two. GLSA, pp. 301-320.
Lasnik, H. 2001. Subjects, objects, and the EPP. In W. D. Davies and S. Dubinsky (eds.) Objects and Other Subjects: Grammatical Functions, Functional Categories, and Configurationality. Kluwer, pp. 103-121.
Lasnik, H. 2002. On exceptional Case marking constructions. In Korean Linguistics Today and Tomorrow: Proceedings of the 2002 Association for Korean Linguistics, International Conference on Korean Linguistics, pp. 39-54.
Lasnik, H. 2002. Clause-mate conditions. In Korean Linguistics Today and Tomorrow: Proceedings of the 2002 Association for Korean Linguistics, International Conference on Korean Linguistics, pp. 386-393.
Lasnik, H. 2002. On repair by ellipsis. In Proceedings of the 2002 LSK Summer Conference, Volume I: Forum Lectures and Paper Presentations, pp. 23-36.
Lasnik, H. 2002. Existential constructions and the Proper Binding Condition. In Proceeding os the 2002 LSK Summer Conference, Volume II: Workshops on Complex Predicates, Inversion, and OT Phonology pp. 175-178. (Handout only.)
Lasnik, H. 2002 On the Extended Projection Principle. In Proceedings of 2002 International Conference on The Interface between Linguistics and Literature, pp. 14-23 (Handout only).
Lasnik, H. 2002. Feature movement or agreement at a distance? In A. Alexiadou, E. Anagnostopoulou, S. Barbiers and H.-M. Gärtner (eds.) Dimensions of Movement. John Benjamins, pp. 189-208.
Lasnik, H. 2003. Government-Binding Theory. In L. Nadel (ed.) Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, Volume 2. Macmillan Publishers, pp. 300-307.
Lasnik, H. and R. Hendrick. 2003. Steps toward a minimal theory of anaphora. In R. Hendrick (ed.) Minimal Syntax. Blackwell, pp. 124-151.
Lasnik, H. 2003. Traces. In W. Frawley (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, 2nd edition Volume 4. Oxford University Press, pp. 270-272.
Lasnik, H. 2003. Subjacency. In W. Frawley (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, 2nd edition, Volume 4. Oxford University Press, pp. 174-175.
Lasnik, H. 2004. Syntax. In P. Strazny (ed.) Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Routledge, Vol. 2, pp. 1068-1071.
Lasnik, H. and C. Otero. 2004. Chomsky. In P. Strazny (ed.) Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Routledge, Vol. 1, pp. 205-208.
Lasnik, H. 2004. The position of the accusative subject in the accusative-infinitive construction. In P. Bhaskararao and K. V. Subbarao (eds.) Non-nominative Subjects, Vol. 1. John Benjamins, pp. 269-281.
Lasnik, H. 2005. Grammar, levels, and biology. In J. McGilvray (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Chomsky. Cambridge University Press, pp. 60-83.
Lasnik, H. 2006. Minimalism. In K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd Edition. Elsevier, Vol. 8, pp. 149-156.
Lasnik, H. and C. Boeckx. 2006. Long NP-Movement. In M. Everaert and H. van Riemsdijk (eds.) The Blackwell Companion to Syntax. Blackwell, Vol. 3, pp. 109-130.
Lasnik, H. 2006. Conceptions of the Cycle. In L. Cheng and N. Corver (eds.) Wh-Movement: Moving On. MIT Press, pp. 197-216.
Lasnik, H. 2008. On the development of Case theory: Triumphs and challenges. In R. Freidin, C. Otero, and M.-L. Zubizarreta (eds.) Foundational Issues in Linguistic Theory: Essays in Honor of Jean-Roger Vergnaud. MIT Press, pp. 17-41.
Lasnik, H. 2009. Island repair, non-repair and the organization of the grammar. In K. Grohmann (ed.) InterPhases: Phase-Theoretic Investigations of Linguistic Interfaces Oxford University Press, pp. 339-353.
Lasnik, H. and T. Lohndal. 2010. Government–binding/principles and parameters theory. In Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science Volume 1, Issue 1, pp.40-50.
Lasnik, H. 2010. On ellipsis: Is material that is phonetically absent but semantically present present or absent syntactically? In H. Götzche (ed.) Memory, Mind and Language. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 221-242.
Freidin, R. and H. Lasnik. 2011. Some roots of Minimalism. In C. Boeckx (ed.) OUP Handbook of Linguistic Minimalism. Oxford University Press, pp. 1-26.
Lasnik, H. 2011. Minimalism. In P. C. Hogan (ed.) The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences. Cambridge University of Press, pp. 502-505.
Lasnik, H. 2011. Government and Binding. In P. C. Hogan (ed.) The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences. Cambridge University of Press, pp. 346-349.
Lasnik, H. 2011. What kind of computing device is the human language faculty? In A. M. di Sciullo and C. Boeckx (eds.) The Biolinguistic Enterprise: New Perspectives on the Evolution and Nature of the Human Language Faculty. Oxford University Press, pp. 354-365.
Lasnik, H. and J. Uriagereka. 2012. Structure. In R. Kempson, T. Fernando, and N. Asher (eds.) Handbook of Philosophy of Science Volume 14: Philosophy of Linguistics. Elsevier, pp. 33-61.
Lasnik, H. 2012. Syntax. In V. S. Ramachandran (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Human Behavior, vol. 3. Academic Press, pp. 578-587.
Lasnik, H. and J. Uriagereka. 2012. Structure at the bottom. In E. Torrego (ed.) Of Grammar, Words, and Verses. In Honor of Carlos Piera. John Benjamins, pp. 5-18.
Lasnik, H. 2012. Single cycle syntax and a constraint on quantifier lowering. In A. M. di Sciullo (ed.) Towards a Biolinguistic Understanding of Grammar. Essays on Interfaces, John Benjamins, pp. 13-30.
Lasnik, H. 2012. Foreword. In P. Graff and C. van Urk (eds.) Chomsky's Linguistics. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics, pp. i-vii.
Lohndal, T. and H. Lasnik. 2013. Noam Chomsky. In M. Aronoff (ed.) Oxford Bibliographies in Linguistics. Oxford University Press.
Lasnik, H. and T. Lohndal. 2013. Brief overview of the history of generative syntax. In M. den Dikken (ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of Generative Syntax. Cambridge University Press, pp. 22-60.
Lasnik, H. and M.-K. Park. 2013. Locality and MaxElide in extraction out of elided VP. In Y. Miyamoto, D. Takahashi, H. Maki, M. Ochi, K. Sugisaki, and A. Uchibori (eds.) Deep Insights, Broad Perspectives: Essays in Honor of Mamoru Saito. Kaitakusha Co., Ltd., pp. 235-256.
Lasnik, H. 2015. Aspects of the theory of phrase structure. In Á. J. Gallego and Dennis Ott (eds.) 50 Years Later: Reflections on Chomsky’s Aspects. MITWPL, pp. 169-174.
Lasnik, H. and J. Lidz. 2017. The argument from the poverty of the stimulus. In I. Roberts (ed.) Oxford Handbook of Universal Grammar. Oxford University Press, pp. 221-248.
Lasnik, H. 2017. The locality of transformational movement: Progress and prospects. In J. McGilvray (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Chomsky (2nd edition). Cambridge University Press, pp. 29-49.
Lasnik, H. 2018. Syntactic Structures: Formal foundations. In Syntactic Structures after 60 Years. The Impact of the Chomskyan Revolution in Linguistics. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 137-151.
Hornstein, N., Lasnik, H., Patel-Grosz, P., and C. Yang. 2018. Introduction. In Syntactic Structures after 60 Years. The Impact of the Chomskyan Revolution in Linguistics. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 123-130.
Lasnik, H. and K. Funakoshi. In press. Condition C violations and Strong Crossover. In M. Everaert and H. van Riemsdijk (eds.) The Companion to Syntax, 2nd edition. Wiley-Blackwell.
Lasnik, H. and K. Funakoshi. In press. Ellipsis in transformational grammar. In J. van Craenenbroeck and T. Temmerman.(eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Ellipsis. Oxford University Press.
Lasnik, H. and Z. Stone. In press. Rethinking phrase structure. In A. Bárány, T. Biberauer, J. Douglas, and S. Vikner (eds.) Rethinking Grammar (tentative title). Language Science Press.

Working Papers

Lasnik, H. 1971. On the notion 'stronger derivational constraint.' Quarterly Progress Report of the MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics, No. 100, pp. 178-182.
Lasnik, H. 1971. A general constraint: some evidence from negation. Quarterly Progress Report of the MIT Research Laboratory of Electronics, No. 101, pp. 215-217.
Lasnik, H. 1981. On a lexical parameter in the Government-Binding theory. Markedness and Learnability, University Massachusetts Occasional Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 6, pp. 97-106.
Lasnik, H. 1987. A note on indirect negative evidence. UConn Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 1, pp. 19-26.
Lasnik, H. 1990. Metrics and morphophonemics in early English verse. UConn Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 3, pp. 29-40.
Lasnik, H. 1993. Lectures on minimalist syntax. UConn Working Papers in Linguistics: Occasional Papers Issue 1. [Reprinted in Lasnik, H. 1999. Minimalist Analysis. Blackwell.]
Lasnik, H. 1994. Operators and obviation. UConn Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 4, pp. 99-110.
Lasnik, H. 1995. A note on pseudogapping. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 27, pp. 143-163.
Lasnik, H. 1998. Some reconstruction riddles. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol 5.1, pp. 83-98.
Lasnik, H. 2001. The position of the accusative subject in the accusative-infinitive construction. Working Papers of International Symposium on Non-Nominative Subjects, pp. 1-10.
Lasnik, H. 2004. Pronouns and non-coreference. University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 13, pp. 214-227.
Lasnik, H. 2007. On Ellipsis: The PF Approach to Missing Constituents. University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 15, pp. 146-157.

Electronic Publications

Lasnik, H. 1998. On a scope reconstruction paradox. Celebration: An Electronic Festschrift in Honor of Noam Chomsky's 70th Birthday.
Lasnik, H. and C. Boeckx. 2003. Long NP movement. The Syntax Companion (SynCom), M. Everaert and H. van Riemsdijk coordinators.