Maria Polinsky
Maria Polinsky
Professor of Linguistics, Harvard University
Verified email at fas.harvard.edu
TitleCited byYear
Heritage languages: In the ‘wild’and in the classroom
M Polinsky, O Kagan
Language and linguistics compass 1 (5), 368-395, 2007
6352007
Incomplete acquisition: American russian
M Polinsky
Journal of Slavic linguistics, 191-262, 2006
3832006
Heritage languages and their speakers: Opportunities and challenges for linguistics
E Benmamoun, S Montrul, M Polinsky
Theoretical linguistics 39 (3-4), 129-181, 2013
3562013
On control
N Hornstein
Minimalist syntax, 6-81, 2003
3442003
Long-distance agreement and topic in Tsez
M Polinsky, E Potsdam
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 19 (3), 583-646, 2001
3412001
Backward control
M Polinsky, E Potsdam
Linguistic Inquiry 33 (2), 245-282, 2002
3112002
Gender under incomplete acquisition: Heritage speakers’ knowledge of noun categorization
M Polinsky
Heritage language journal, 2008
3092008
Reanalysis in adult heritage language: New evidence in support of attrition
M Polinsky
Studies in second language acquisition 33 (2), 305-328, 2011
2722011
American Russian: Language loss meets language acquisition
M Polinsky
Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguisitics. Cornell Meeting, 1995
2541995
The Russian language in the twentieth century
B Comrie, G Stone, M Polinsky
Clarendon press, 2003
2082003
Heritage language narratives
M Polinsky
Heritage language education: A new field emerging, 149-164, 2008
1842008
Causatives and transitivity
B Comrie, M Polinsky
John Benjamins Publishing, 1993
1821993
The atlas of languages: The origin and development of languages throughout the world
B Comrie, S Matthews, M Polinsky
Bloomsbury, 2003
1712003
Expanding the scope of control and raising
M Polinsky, E Potsdam
Syntax 9 (2), 171-192, 2006
1562006
Prolegomena to heritage linguistics
E Benmamoun, S Montrul, M Polinsky
1422010
Antipassive constructions
M Polinsky, M Haspelmath, MS Dryer, D Gil, B Comrie
The world atlas of language structures, 2005
1372005
Cross-linguistic parallels in language loss
M Polinsky
Southwest journal of linguistics 14 (1-2), 87-123, 1995
1301995
Cognitive and linguistic factors affecting subject/object asymmetry: An eye-tracking study of prenominal relative clauses in Korean
N Kwon, Y Lee, PC Gordon, R Kluender, M Polinsky
Language, 546-582, 2010
1242010
Subject preference in Korean
N Kwon, M Polinsky, R Kluender
Proceedings of the 25th west coast conference on formal linguistics, 1-14, 2006
1102006
Closest conjunct agreement in head final languages
E Benmamoun, A Bhatia, M Polinsky
Linguistic variation yearbook 9 (1), 67-88, 2009
1012009
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