Publications (in .pdf files)

“Grammars of number theory: Some examples” (MITRE Corp., 1963).

Stephen Isard & Arnold Zwicky, Some aspects of tree theory” (MITRE Corp., 1963).

Zwicky, Friedman, Hall, & Walker, “The MITRE syntactic analysis procedure for transformational grammars” (AFIPS Proc., 1965).

Topics in Sanskrit Phonology, my 1965 Ph.D. dissertation at MIT.

“Naturalness arguments in syntax” (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1968).

“Phonological constraints in syntactic descriptions” (Papers in Linguistics,1969).

Stephen Isard & Arnold Zwicky, “Three open questions in the theory of one-symbol Smullyan systems” (SIGACT News, 1970).

“The free-ride principle and two rules of complete assimilation in English” (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1970).

“Usually and unusually” (Linguistic Inquiry, 1970)

“Auxiliary Reduction in English” (Linguistic Inquiry, 1970).

“On reported speech” (Fillmore & Langendoen, Studies in Linguistic Semantics, 1971).

Michael Geis & Arnold Zwicky, “On invited inferences”  (Linguistic Inquiry, 1971).

“In a manner of speaking”, on manner-of-speaking verbs in English (Linguistic Inquiry, 1971).

“Remarks on directionality” (Journal of Linguistics, 1971).

“More on Nez Perce: On alternative analyses” (IJAL, 1971).

“On casual speech”, (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1972).

“Note on a phonological hierarchy in English” (Stockwell & Macaulay, Linguistic Change and Generative Theory, 1972).

“Linguistics as chemistry: The substance theory of semantic primes” (A Festschrift for Morris Halle, 1973).

Clare Silva & Arnold Zwicky, “Discord” (Fasold & Shuy, Analyzing Variation in Language, 1973).

Arnold Zwicky & Ann Zwicky, “How come and what for (Kachru et al., Papers in Honor of Henry and Renée Kahane, 1973).

“The analytic leap: From ‘Some Xs are Ys’ to ‘All Xs are Ys'” (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1973).

“Hey, whatsyourname!”, on vocatives in English (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1974).

“Homing in: On arguing for remote representations” (Journal of Linguistics, 1974).

Taking a false step” (Language, 1974).

Arnold Zwicky & Jerrold Sadock, “Ambiguity tests and how to fail them” (Syntax and Semantics, 1975).

“The strategy of generative phonology”, in Dressler & Mareš, Phonologica 1972, 1975).

“Settling on an underlying form: The English inflectional endings” (Cohen & Wirth, 1975).

Letter on language play (Verbatim 1.4.6, 1975).

“This rock and roll has got to stop”, on rhyme in rock music (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1976).

“Hierarchies of person” (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1977).

“On clitics” (Indiana University Linguistics Club, 1977).

“Litmus tests, the Bloomfieldian counterrevolution, and the correspondence fallacy” (Metatheory conference proceedings, 1977).

“On markedness in morphology” (Die Sprache, 1978).

“Arguing for constituents” (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1978).

“Across the channel and across the Atlantic” (Linguistic Inquiry, 1978).

“Classical malapropisms” (Language Sciences, 1979).

the booklet Mistakes (Advocate Publishing Group, 1980).

Arnold Zwicky & Nancy Levin, “You don’t have  (Linguistic Inquiry, 1980).

Arnold Zwicky & Robert Kantor. “A survey of syntax” (Language Development, Grammar, and Semantics: The Contributions of

Linguistics to Bilingual Education, Center for Applied Linguistics, 1980).

Arnold Zwicky & Ann Zwicky on restaurant menus (American Speech, 1981).

Arnold Zwicky & Ann Zwicky, “Telegraphic registers in written English” (Sankoff & Cedergren, 1981).

“”Internal” and “external” evidence in linguistics” (PSA80, vol. 2, 1981).

Arnold Zwicky & Ann Zwicky, “Register as a dimension of linguistic variation” (Kittredge & J. Lehrberger, 1982).

“Word accent, phrase accent, and meter” (Innovations in Linguistics Education, 1982).

“Phonemes and features” (Innovations in Linguistics Education, 1982).

“Stranded to and phonological phrasing in English” (Linguistics, 1982).

“Classical malapropisms and the creation of a mental lexicon” (Obler & Menn, Exceptional Language and Linguistics, 1982).

Zwicky & Pullum on clitics and inflections (Language, 1983).

Zwicky & Pullum, “Phonology in syntax: the Somali optional agreement rule” (Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, 1983).

Zwicky & Pullum, “Deleting named morphemes” (Lingua, 1983).

“”Reduced words” in highly modular theories: Yiddish anarthrous locatives reexamined” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1984).

“Welsh soft mutation and the case of object NPs” (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1984).

“Heads” (Journal of Linguistics, 1985).

“How to describe inflection” (Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1985).

“Clitics and particles” (Language, 1985).

Arnold Zwicky & Jerrold Sadock, Speech act distinctions in syntax” (Shopen, 1985).

[AMZ’s section of] Lauri Karttunen & Arnold Zwicky, “Introduction” to Natural Language Parsing (Dowty, Karttunen, & Zwicky, 1985).

“The case against plain vanilla syntax”, about unadorned phrase structure grammar and its shortcomings (Studies in the Linguistic Sciences, 1985).

Jerrold Sadock & Arnold Zwicky, “A note on xy languages” (Linguistics and Philosophy, 1985).

“Elementary phonology from an advanced point of view: A gloss on K&&K” (Innovations in Linguistics Education, 1985).

“Rules of allomorphy and syntax-phonology interactions” (Journal of  Linguistics, 1985).

“Forestress and afterstress”, on accent in English noun-noun compounds (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1986).

“The OSU random, unorganized collection of speech act examples” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1986).

Zwicky & Pullum, “The Principle of Phonology-Free Syntax: Introductory remarks” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1986).

Zwicky & Pullum, “Two spurious counterexamples to the Principle of Phonology-Free Syntax” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1986).

“The Unaccented Pronoun Constraint in English” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1986).

“WH Constructions in English” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1986).

“Free word order in GPSG” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1986).

Arnold Zwicky & Joel Nevis, “Immediate precedence in GPSG” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1986).

“Incorporating the insights of Autolexical Syntax” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1986).

“Agreement features: Layers or tags” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1986).

“In and out in phonology” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1986).

“Concatenation and liberation” (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1986).

“Linguistics and the study of folk poetry” (Bjarkman & Raskin, The Real-World Linguist, 1986).

“The general case: basic form versus default form” (Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1986).

Pullum & Zwicky, “Phonological resolution of syntactic feature conflict” (Language, 1986).

“Imposed versus inherent feature specifications, and other multiple feature markings” (Indiana Univ. Linguistics Club Twentieth Anniversary Volume, 1986).

Arnold Zwicky & Ann Zwicky on “Patterns first, exceptions later” (Channon & Shockey, To Honor Ilse Lehiste, 1986).

Arnold Zwicky & Elizabeth Zwicky on imperfect puns (Folia Linguistica, 1986).

Ann Zwicky & Arnold Zwicky, “The thing is, some that’s aren’t there at all” (American Speech, 1986)

“German adjective agreement in GPSG” (Linguistics, 1986).

“The Slovenian orphan accusative, component interfaces, and covert grammatical categories” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1987).

“Slashes in the passive” (Linguistics, 1987).

“Constructions in monostratal syntax” (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1987).

“Unacceptably accented auxiliaries” (Linguistics, 1987).

Zwicky & Pullum on plain and expressive morphology (Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1987).

“Suppressing the Zs” (Journal of Linguistics, 1987).

“Transformational grammarians and their ilk” (MIT Working Papers in Linguistics, 1987).

Arnold Zwicky & Jerrold Sadock on “A non-test for ambiguity” (Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 1987).

“Rule interactions: Another gloss on K&& K” (Innovations in Linguistics Education, 1987).

Pullum & Zwicky, “The syntax-phonology interface” (Newmeyer, Linguistics: The Cambridge Survey, 1988).

“On the subject of bare imperatives” (Duncan-Rose & Vennemann, Festschrift for Robert P. Stockwell, 1988).

“Quicker, more quickly, *quicklier”, about comparison of adverbs in English (Yearbook of Morphology, 1989).

“What are we talking about when we talk about serial verbs?” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1990).

“Syntactic representations and phonological shapes” (Inkelas & Zec, The Phonology-Syntax Connection, 1990).

“Inflectional morphology as a (sub)component of grammar” (Dressler et al., Contemporary Morphology, 1990)

“Empty NPs in English and government in unexpected places” (Edmundson, Feagin, & Mühlhäusler, Festschrift for Charles-James N. Bailey, 1990).

“Syntactic words and morphological words, simple and composite” (Yearbook of Morphology, 1990).

Pullum & Zwicky, “Condition duplication, paradigm homonymy, and  transconstructional constraints” (Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1991).

Pullum & Zwicky, “A misconceived approach to morphology” (West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, 1992).

“Some choices in the theory of morphology” (Levine, Formal Grammar, 1992).

Miller, Pullum, & Zwicky, “Le principe d’inaccesibilité de la  phonologie par le syntaxe: trois contre-exemples apparents en français” (Lingvisticae Investigationes, 1992).

“Heads, bases, and functors” (Corbett, Fraser, & McGlashan, Heads in grammatical theory, 1993).

“Dealing out meaning”, on construction grammar (Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1994).

“What is a clitic?” (in Nevis, Joseph, Wanner, & Zwicky, Clitics Bibliography, 1995).

“Exceptional degree markers: A puzzle in internal and external syntax” (OSU Working Papers in Linguistics, 1995).

“Why English adverbial -ly is not inflectional” (Chicago Linguistic Society, 1995).

“Syntax and phonology” (Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics, 1996).

Miller, Pullum, & Zwicky, “The Principle of Phonology-Free Syntax: Four apparent counterexamples in French” (Journal of Linguistics,1997).

“Two lavender issues for linguists” (Hall & Livia, Queerly Phrased, 1997).

“Same but different”, on ways in which a single phonological stem can correspond to material with different syntactic distributions, meanings, or uses (Studies in the Linguistic Sciences, 1999).

Pullum & Zwicky, “Gerund participles and head-complement inflection conditions” (Collins & Lee, Huddleston Festchrift, 1999).

“I wonder what kind of construction that this example illustrates” (Beaver et al., The Construction of Meaning, 2002).

“The other F word” (Out, 2003).

Millennial matters, about the meaning of “millennium” (For Bernard Comrie, April 2007).

Rickford, Buchstaller, Wasow, & Zwicky, Intensive and quotative all: Something old, something new (American Speech, 2007).

Buchstaller, Rickford, Traugott, Wasow, & Zwicky, The sociolinguistics of a short-lived innovation: Tracing the development of quotative all across spoken and internet newsgroup data (Language Variation and Change, 2010).