Andrew Carnie


University of Arizona

Fields of interest:




Celtic Languages


Recent publications:

Carnie, Andrew, (2011):
Modern Syntax: A Course Book. Cambridge University Press.

Carnie, Andrew, (2010):
Constituent Structure, Second Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Carnie, Andrew (2008):
Irish Nouns: A Reference Guide. Oxford University Press.

Carnie, Andrew, (2006):
Syntax: A Generative Introduction. 2nd Edition. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Carnie, Andrew and Phil Cash Cash (2006):
Tree-Geometric Hierarchies and Multiple Case Systems. In Alana Johns, Diane Massam Juneval Ndayiragije (eds.) Ergativity: Emerging issues.  Springer Academic Press. pp 229-244

Carnie, Andrew (2006):
'Flat Structure, Categorial Uncertainty and Non-Verbal Predication in Irish,' Journal of Celtic Linguistics 9. 13-31.

Carnie, Andrew and Andrew Barss (2006):
"Phases and Nominal Interpretation,' Research in Language 4: 127-132.

Carnie, Andrew and Heidi Harley (2005):
“Existential Impersonals” Studia Linguistica 59.1, 46-65.

Carnie, Andrew, Heidi Harley, Sheila Dooley (eds.) (2005):
Verb First: Papers On Verb Initial Languages. Philadelphia, John Benjamins

Carnie, Andrew, Heidi Harley and Mary Willie (eds) (2003):
Formal Approaches to Function: Papers in honor of Eloise Jelinek. Philadelphia: John Benjamins. (edited volume)

Carnie, Andrew and Eithne Guilfoyle (eds) (2000):
The Syntax of Verb Initial Languages. Oxford: Oxford University Press (edited volume)

Carnie, Andrew (2000):
On the Notions XP and Xo. Syntax 3.2: 59-106