Ivan A. Sag who received his Ph.D. from MIT in 1976, has worked mostly in the areas of syntactic and semantic theory. He is Professor of Linguistics and Symbolic Systems at Stanford University and was made Professor Honoris Causa by the University of Bucharest in 2001. Sag has held fellowships at Stanford, Chicago, Utrecht, and at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. A veteran of past linguistic institutes (Director: 1987; Associate Director: 1991,1999), Sag is this institute's external Associate Director. Major publications include Deletion and Logical Form; (with Gerald Gazdar, Ewan Klein, and Geoffrey K. Pullum) Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar (Harvard University Press and Blackwell); (with Carl Pollard) Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (University of Chicago Press and CSLI); (with Jonathan Ginzburg) Interrogative Investigations: The Form, Meaning, and Use of English Interrogatives (CSLI); and (with Thomas Wasow and Emily Bender) Syntactic Theory: A Formal Introduction (CSLI).
HPSG | LSA.111
with Thomas Wasow and Emily M. Bender
Three Week Course | First Session
To Move or not to Move: What are the Questions? | LSA.230
with Robert Levine and David Pesetsky
Three Week Course | Second Session