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and Indo-European (in fact Volume 4 is solely devoted to this subject),
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theory like minimalism (for example papers by Sam Epstein, Erich
Groat and John O'Neil. We also have papers on Functionalist approaches
syntax by Susumu Kuno and Sook Lee, for example. The Department
also pursues studies in Phonological theory which is reflected in
papers by Bert Vaux and Makiko Asano. Finally, we have papers on
creole studies (Marlyse Baptista) and psycholinguistics (Bill Philip).
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