Papers and books



(to appear) Morphosyntax and phonology of agreement in Turkish.  Syntax.

(2020) Variability in the realization of agreement in Turkish: A morphotactic account. In Morphological Complexity within and across Boundaries: Essays in Honour of Aslı Göksel, eds. A. Gürer, D. Uygun Gökmen, B. Öztürk Başaran. Amsterdam:John Benjamins. [pre-print draft version]

[**** Important note: in the published version of this paper Güneş 2020 is referenced as “Interface of syntax and prosody in Turkish. In Kuramsal ve Uygulamalı Sesbilim [Theoretical and Applied Phonology], İpek Pınar Uzun (ed.), to appear, Seçkin Yayınevi, Ankara.” this is a mistake.

The correct reference to Güneş 2020 is “Güneş, G. 2020. Morphosyntax and phonology of agreement in Turkish.  Syntax.”.****]

(2020) Nuclear prominence in ellipsis: evidence from aggressively non-D-linked phrases in British English. (With Anikó Lipták), the Journal of Linguistics.

(2020) TÜRKÇEDE BÜRÜN VE SÖZDİZİM ARAKESİTİ [Syntax and Prosody Interface in Turkish]  In I. P. Uzun (ed.),  Kuramsal ve uygulamalı sesbilim [Theoretical and Applied Phonology]. 157-195: Ankara: Seçkin Yayıncılık. ISBN:978 975 02 6012 4

(2020) Prosodic systems: Turkey, the Caucasus, Iran and Central Asia. In C. Gussenhoven & A. Chen (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Language Prosody. Oxford: OUP. (senior author Anastasia Karlsson)

(to appear) Generative grammar approaches to Turkish: Word order-prosody interface. In L. Johanson (ed.), Encyclopedia of Turkic Languages and Linguistics. Leiden: Koninklijke Brill NV.

(under rev.) Dutch P-stranding and ellipsis: Merchant’s wrinkle ironed out. (With Anikó Lipták and Jason Merchant)

(under rev.) Introduction to The Timing of Ellipsis. [An introduction to the edited volume The timing of Ellipsis, Oxford University Press (with Anikó Lipták)].

(under rev.) The timing of ellipsis. Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics, Oxford University Press (an edited volume with Anikó Lipták)

(under rev.) A minimalist approach to reprise fragments in English, and Hungarian. Leiden University. (With Anikó Lipták, and James Griffiths)

(in prep.) Phonetic properties of the prosody of echo questions in English and Hungarian. Ms., Leiden University (with James Griffiths and Anikó Lipták)

(in prep.) Phonetic correlates of deaccentuation in Icelandic and its relation to givenness. Ms., Leiden University (with Nicole Dehé)

(in prep.) Against PIC in phonology: Evidence from variable prosodic domains in Turkish. Leiden University. (With Aslı Göksel) [handout]

(in prep.) Word formation and phrase formation strategies in Turkish prosody: On what is mapped and what is not. Ms., Leiden University.

(2015) Deriving Prosodic Structures. Utrecht: LOT Dissertation Series, no.397.

(2015) Mapping to prosody: not all parentheticals are alike. In S. Schneider, J. Glikman & M. Avanzi (eds.), Parenthetical Verbs. Berlin: De Gruyter. (With Çağrı Çöltekin)

(2014) Constraints on Syntax-Prosody Correspondence: The Case of Clausal and Subclausal Parentheticals in Turkish. Lingua 150, 278-314.

(2014) Ki issues in Turkish. In M. Kluck, E., D. Ott, & M. de Vries (eds.), Parenthesis and Ellipsis: Cross-Linguistic and Theoretical Perspectives. Berlin: De Gruyter. (With James Griffiths)

(2013) On the Role of Prosodic Constituency in Turkish. In U. Özge (ed.), The Proceedings of WAFL8 MIT Working Papers in Linguistics, Cambridge, MA.

(2013) Limits of Prosody in Turkish. In the Journal of Linguistics Research (D.A.D.), special issue “Updates in Turkish Phonology” E. Erguvanlı Taylan (ed.), Boğaziçi University Press, Istanbul.

(2013) Prosodic marking of syntactic heads; some observations on post-head pitch compression in Turkish. University of Groningen.

(2010) The pragmatic and prosodic analysis of sentence topics in Turkish; An investigation based on real-life conversations. MA diss. Boğaziçi University.

(2009) On the Formation of [V+V] Compounds in Turkish: a prosodic account. Boğaziçi University.