Yen-hui Audrey Li received her Ph.D. from University of Southern California in 1985 and is Professor of Linguistics and East Asian Languages and Cultures at University of Southern California. She has focused on the grammatical study of natural languages. Her current interest is in the cross-linguistic studies on the issues of ellipsis, A'-dependency relations, word order and phrase structures within nominal phrases. Some recent publications are (with Joseph Aoun) Essays on the Representational and Derivational Nature of Grammar: The Diversity of Wh-Constructions (MIT Press); (ed. with Andrew Simpson) Functional Structure(s), Form and Interpretation (RoutledgeCurzon Press); and “Making Sense of Language Differences,” in Southwest Journal of Linguistics.
Topics in Chinese Syntax: the interfaces | LSA.136
with Lisa L.-S. Cheng
Three Week Course | First Session