Ad Neeleman

Professor of Linguistics
Research Department of Linguistics
University College London (UCL)

Fields of interest:


Morphology, interaction between syntax and syntax-external systems

Recent publications:

Neeleman, Ad and Hans van de Koot:
“A Local Encoding of Syntactic Dependencies and its Consequences for the Theory of Movement.”
Syntax 13.4(2010):331-372.

Neeleman, Ad, and Hans van de Koot:
“Dutch Scrambling and the Nature of Discourse Templates.”
The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 11.2(2008):137-189.

Neeleman, Ad and Kriszta Szendroi:
“Radical Pro Drop and the Morphology of Pronouns.”
Linguistic Inquiry 38 (2007): 671-714.

Neeleman, Ad, and Hans van de Koot:
“On Syntactic and Phonological Representations.”
Lingua 116.10 (2006): 1524-1552.

Ackema, Peter, and Ad Neeleman:
Beyond Morphology: Interface Conditions on Word Formation.
Studies in Theoretical Linguistics.Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

Neeleman, Ad, Hans van de Koot, and Jenny Doetjes:
“Degree Expressions.”
The Linguistic Review 21.1 (2004):1-66.

Neeleman, Ad, and Hans van de Koot:
“The Configurational Matrix.”
Linguistic Inquiry 33.4 (2002):529-574.

Ackema, Peter, and Ad Neeleman:
“Optimal Questions.”
Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 16 (1998): 443-490.

Neeleman, Ad, and Fred Weerman:
Flexible Syntax; A Theory of Case and Arguments.
Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1999.

Neeleman, Ad:
Complex Predicates.
Utrecht: LED, 1994.