Željko Bošković

List of John Benjamins publications for which Željko Bošković plays a role.


Bošković, Željko 2016 On second position clitics crosslinguisticallyFormal Studies in Slovenian Syntax: In honor of Janez Orešnik, Marušič, Franc Lanko and Rok Žaucer (eds.), pp. 23–54
This paper examines factors that are responsible for the availability of second position clitic systems crosslinguistically based on a variety of unrelated languages, including (but not limited to) Pama-Nyungan, Uto-Aztecan, Iranian, Slavic, and Romance languages. The proposed account has… read more | Article
Bošković, Željko and Jairo Nunes 2007 The copy theory of movement: A view from PFThe Copy Theory of Movement, Corver, Norbert and Jairo Nunes (eds.), pp. 13–74
Based on previous work by Bošković (2001, 2002, 2004a,b) and Nunes (1999, 2004), this chapter discusses a considerable amount of evidence involving A-movement, A'-movement, head movement, and remnant movement that points to the conclusion that “traces” (i.e. copies structurally lower in the… read more | Chapter
Bošković, Željko 2006 Case and agreement with genitive of quantification in RussianAgreement Systems, Boeckx, Cedric (ed.), pp. 99–120
Bošković, Željko 2004 On the clitic switch in Greek imperativesBalkan Syntax and Semantics, Mišeska Tomić, Olga (ed.), pp. 269–291
Bošković, Željko 2003 On wh-islands and obligatory wh-movement contexts in South SlavicMultiple Wh-Fronting, Boeckx, Cedric and Kleanthes K. Grohmann (eds.), pp. 27–50
Bošković, Željko 2001 On the interpretation of multiple questionsLinguistic Variation Yearbook 2001, Pica, Pierre (ed.), pp. 1–15
The paper shows that crosslinguistically, overt movement of a wh-phrase to SpecCP results in the loss of the single-pair interpretation for multiple questions, i.e. it forces the pair-list interpretation. It is shown that the damaging effect of overt movement to SpecCP on the availability of… read more | Article
Bošković, Željko 2000 Second Position Cliticisation: Syntax and/or Phonology?Clitic Phenomena in European Languages, Beukema, Frits and Marcel den Dikken (eds.), pp. 71 ff.