David Pesetsky is Professor of Linguistics at MIT whose research interests include syntax; the interaction of syntax with semantics, morphology, and phonology; and Slavic linguistics. He received his Ph.D. from MIT in 1983. Representative publications include Phrasal Movement and its Kin (MIT Press); (with Esther Torrego) “Tense, Case and the Nature of Syntactic Categories,” in The Syntax of Time (MIT Press); and (with Danny Fox) “Cyclic Linearization of Syntactic Structure,” to appear in Theoretical Linguistics.
Case Agreement and the Nature of Syntactic Categories | LSA.102
with Esther Torrego
Three Week Course | First Session
To Move or not to Move: What are the Questions? | LSA.230
with Robert Levine and Ivan A. Sag
Three Week Course | Second Session