Alok, Deepak and Mark Baker. 2018. On the mechanics (syntax) of indexical shift: Evidence from allocutive agreement in Magahi. Manuscript (in submission), Rutgers University.
Baker, Mark and Livia Camargo Souza. 2017. Switch-reference in American languages: A synthetic overview. To appear in D. Siddiqi et al. (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of North American Languages. Routledge.
Baker, Mark and Ruth Kramer. 2017. Doubled Clitics are Pronouns: Amharic Objects (and beyond). In press at Natural Language and Linguistic Theory.
Atlamaz, Ümit and Mark Baker. 2017. On partial agreement and oblique case. Accepted by Syntax.
Baker, Mark and Nadya Vinokurova. 2017. Rethinking structural case: Partitive case in Sakha. To appear in A. Bárány et al. (eds.) Rethinking Grammar (Festschrift for Ian Roberts). Language Sciences Press
Baker, Mark. 2016. On the status of object markers in Bantu. Manuscript (in submission), January 2016, Rutgers University.
Atlamaz, Ümit and Mark Baker. 2016. Agreement with and past oblique subjects: New considerations from Kurmanji. In the proceedings of NELS 46.
Baker, Mark and Jonathan Bobaljik. 2017. On inherent and dependent theories of ergative case. In J. Coon, D. Massam, and L. Travis (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Ergativity, pp 111-134. New York: Oxford University Press.
Baker, Mark. 2017. Ergative case in Burushaski: A dependent case analysis. In J. Coon, D. Massam, and L. Travis (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Ergativity, 759-781. New York: Oxford University Press.
Baker, Mark. 2015. Structural case: A realm of syntactic microparameters. Manuscript (in submission), Rutgers University, September 2015.
Baker, Mark. 2015. Nouns, verbs, and verbal nouns: Their structures and their structural cases. In J. Blaszczak and K.Migdalski (eds.) How categorical are categories? New approaches to the old questions of noun, verb and adjective. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (Prepublication manuscript)
Baker, Mark. 2015. Case: Its Principles and Parameters. Cambridge University Press. Table of contents. Chapter 1: Introduction: the issue of structural case. (Contact me if you need more information.)
Baker, Mark. 2014. On dependent ergative case (in Shipibo) and its derivation by phase. Linguistic Inquiry 45: 341-380. Manuscript version
Baker, Mark and Ruth Kramer. 2014. Rethinking Amharic prepositions as case markers inserted at PF. Lingua 145: 141-172. Manuscript version.
Baker, Mark. 2014. Pseudo-Noun Incorporation as covert noun incorporation: linearization and crosslinguistic variation. Language and Linguistics 15: 5-46. Manuscript version
Baker, Mark and Ümit Atlamaz. 2014. On the Relationship of Case and Agreement in Split Ergative Kurmanji and Beyond. Manuscript, Rutgers University, July 2014
Baker, Mark. 2012. Parameters of (Dependent) Structural Case. Paper presented at the LAGB meeting, University of Salford.
Baker, Mark, Ken Safir, and Justine Sikuku. 2012. Sources of (a)symmatery in Bantu double object constructions. In Proceedings of WCCFL 30 (Santa Cruz)
Baker, Mark and Nadya Vinokurova. 2012. Forms of Predication in Sakha: Will the True Lexical Predicates Please stand up. To appear in Canadian Journal of Linguistics. Also available: On Tense and Copular Verbs in Sakha (a shortened version to appear in Rutgers Working Papers).
Baker, Mark. 2012. On the relationship of object agreement and accusative case: Evidence from Amharic. Linguistic Inquiry 43:255-274. (pre-publication version)
Baker, Mark. 2012. “Obliqueness” as a component of argument structure in Amharic. In Cristina Cuervo and Yves Roberge (eds.) The End of Argument Structure? Emerald Press, pp. 43-74. (manuscript version)
Baker, Mark. 2011. When agreement is for number and gender but not person. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 29:875-915. (prepublication version)
Baker, Mark 2011. Degrees of nominalization: clause-like constituents in Sakha. Lingua 121:1164-1193. (pre-publication version)
Baker, Mark and Ruth Kramer. 2011. “Prepositions” as case morphemes inserted at PF in Amharic. To appear in a volume entitled “Case at the Interfaces”, edited by Dany Jaspers (proceedings of BCGL5).
Baker, Mark. 2010. Tyes of Crosslinguistic Variation in Case Assignment. Ms., Rutgers University. Paper presented at Workshop on Variation in the Minimalist Program, and scheduled to appear in a volume edited by Silvia Martinez Ferreirro and Carme Picallo.
Baker, Mark and Willie Udo Willie. 2010. Agreement in Ibibio: From Every Head, To Every Head. Syntax 13: 99-132. (pre-publication version)
Baker, Mark and Nadya Vinokurova. 2010. Two Modalities of Case Assignment: Case in Sakha. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 28:593-642 (Revised version, as of January 2009)
Mark. 2010. On Parameters of Agreement in Austronesian Languages. In
R. Mercado, J. Sabbagh and L. Travis (eds.) Austronesian
and Theoretical Linguistics. John Benjamins,
Baker, Mark and Nadya Vinokurova. 2009. On Agent Nominalizations and Why They are not Like Event Nominalizations. Language 85:517-556. (pre-publication version)
Baker, Mark. 2009. On some ways to test Tagalog nominalism from a crosslinguistic perspective. (A commentary on a paper by Daniel Kaufmann, for Theoretical Linguistics)
Baker, Mark. 2009. Is Head Movement Still Needed for Noun Incorporation? The Case of Mapudungun. Lingua 119:148-165. (Pre-publication version)
Mark and Carlos Fasola. 2009. Araucanian:
Mapudungun. In R. Lieber and P. Stekauer (eds.) The
Baker, Mark. 2008. On the Nature of the Anti-Agreement Effect: Evidence from Wh-in-Situ in Ibibio. Linguistic Inquiry 39: 615-632. (pre-publication version)
Mark. 2005. On
Gerunds and the Theory of Categories. Ms,
Baker, Mark and Chris Collins. 2006. Linkers and the Internal Structure of vP. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 24: 307-354.
Baker, Mark, Roberto Aranovich and Lucía Golluscio. 2005. Two Types of Syntactic Noun Incorporation: Noun Incorporation in Mapudungun and Its Typological Implications. Language 81, 138-177. (Abstract.)
Baker, Mark. 2005. On Verb-Initial and Verb-Final Word Orders in Lokaa. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 26:125-164.
Mark. 2003. Agreement, Dislocation and
Partial Configurationality. In A. Carnie, H.
Harley and M. Willie (eds.) Formal Approaches to Function. John
Kandybowicz, Jason and Mark Baker. 2003. On Directionality and the Structure of the Verb Phrase: Evidence from Nupe. Syntax 6, 115-155. (Abstract.)
Mark. 2003. Verbal Adjectives as Adjectives without
Phi-Features. Proceedings of the Fourth
Mark. 2003. On the
Loci of Agreement: Inverstion Constructions in Mapundungun. Proceedings of NELS 33, GLSA,
Mark and Osamuyimen T. Stewart. 2002. A Serial Verb Construction Without
Mark. 2006. On
Zero Agreement and Polysynthesis. In P. Ackema, P. Brandt, M. Schoorlemmer
and F. Weerman (eds.) Arguments and Agreement.
Mark and Osamuyimen T. Stewart. 1999. On Double-Headedness and the
Anatomy of the Clause. Ms,
Mark and Osamuyimen T. Stewart. 1999. Verb Movement, Objects and Serialization. Ms,
Baker, Mark and Lisa Travis. 1997. Mood as Verbal Definiteness in a 'Tenseless' Language. Natural Language Semantics 1, 43-83.
Mark. 1997. Thematic Roles and Syntactic Structure.
In L. Haegeman (ed.) Elements of Grammar.
Mark. 1996. On the
Structural Position of Themes and Goals. In J. Rooryck
and L. Zaring (eds.) Phrase Structure and the
Baker, Mark and Dean Zimmerman. 2017. On perceiving God: Prospects for a cognitive science of religious experience. To appear in A. Goldman and B. McLaughlin (eds.) Metaphysics and Cognitive Science. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Baker, Mark. 2013. On agreement and its relationship to case: Some generative ideas and results. Lingua 130: 14-32. (prepublication version)
Baker, Mark. 2012. Theism and cognitive science. In the Routledge Companion to Theism, edited by Charles Taliaferro and Stewart Goetz, Routledge.
Baker, Mark. 2009. Language Universals: Abstract not Mythological. To appear in Behavior and Brain Sciences 32:448-449, a commentary on a target article by Evans and Levinson.
Mark. 2007. The Creative Aspect of
Language Use and Nonbiological Nativism. In P. Crruthers,
Mark. 2008. The Macroparameter in a Microparametric
World. In T. Biberauer (ed.), The Limits of
Syntactic Variation, John Benjamins,
Mark. 2006. Do All Languages Have the Same Grammar? In E.M. Rickerson and B. Hilton (eds.) The 5-Minute Linguist.
Mark. 2005. The Innate
Endowment for Language: Overspecified or
Underspecified. In P. Carruthers,
Baker, Mark. 2005. Mapping the Terrain of Language Acquisition. Language Learning and Development 1, 93-129. (Prepublication version.)
Baker, Mark. 2003. Language Differences and Language Design. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 7, 349-353.
Baker, Mark. 2017. Reply of reviews of Case: Its principles and parameters. (Reply to reviews by Haspelmath, Malchukov, and Stiebbels.) In press in Studies in Language.
Baker, Mark, and William Croft. 2017. Lexical categories: legacy, lacuna, and opportunity for functionalists and formalists. Annual Review of Linguistics 3: 179-197. (prepublication manuscript)
Baker, Mark. 2013. Hypothesis testing in the Minimalist Program. In S. Luraghi and C. Parodi (eds.) The Bloomsbury Companion to Syntax, London: Bloomsbury, pp. 22-33. (prepublication manuscript)
Baker, Mark. 2011. The interplay between Universal Grammar, universals, and lineage specificity: Some reflections raised by Dunn, Greenhill, Levinson, and Gray 2011. Linguistic Typology 15:473-482. (Prepublication version)
Baker, Mark. 2010. Formal Generative Typology. In B. Heine and H. Narrog (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Analysis, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 285-312.
Baker, Mark and James McCloskey. 2007. On the Relationship of Typology to Theoretical Syntax. Linguistic Typology 11:273-284.
last updated: 1/18/2018