Gregory T. Stump, Ph.D.

English / Linguistics Program University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 
Morphology, syntax, semantics
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Stump G. (2019) Some sources of apparent gaps in derivational paradigms Morphology. 29: 271-292
Stump GT. (2014) Morphosyntactic property sets at the interface of inflectional morphology, syntax and semantics Lingvisticae Investigationes. 37: 290-305
Spencer AJ, Stump GT. (2013) Hungarian pronominal case and the dichotomy of content and form in inflectional morphology Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 31: 1207-1248
Stump G. (2010) The derivation of compound ordinal numerals: Implications for morphological theory Word Structure. 3: 205-233
Finkel R, Stump G. (2007) Principal parts and morphological typology Morphology. 17: 39-75
Stump GT. (2006) Heteroclisis and paradigm linkage Language. 82: 279-322
Finkel RA, Stump G. (2006) A Default Inheritance Hierarchy for Computing Hebrew Verb Morphology Literary and Linguistic Computing. 22: 117-136
Stump G. (1994) Simplicity in generative morphology By Harry Bochner (review) Language. 70: 581-585
Stump G. (1993) Rochelle Lieber, Deconstructing morphology: word formation in syntactic theory . Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1992. Journal of Linguistics. 29: 485-490
Stump GT. (1993) How Peculiar is Evaluative Morphology Journal of Linguistics. 29: 1-36
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