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Duffield Nigel G

Duffield Nigel | Duffield Nigel G
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Homepage URL  (1): http://ngduffield.wix.com/home#!
Research field  (1): Linguistics
Papers (18):
  • Phan, Trang, Duffield, Nigel. The Vietnamese Perfect - A Compositional Analysis. Cahiers Chronos [Crosslinguistic Perspectives on the Semantics of Grammatical Aspect]. 2019. 30. 38-63
  • Phan, Trang, Duffield, Nigel. To be tensed or not to be tensed?: The Case of Vietnamese. Investigationes Linguisticae. 2018. 41
  • Duffield, Nigel. On what projects in Vietnamese. Journal of East Asian Linguistics. 2017
  • Duffield, Nigel. Minimalism and Semantic Syntax: Interpreting Multifunctionality in Vietnamese. International Conference on The Linguistics of Vietnam in the Context of Renovation and Integration. 2014. 1091-1113
  • Nigel Duffield. On polarity emphasis, assertion and mood in Vietnamese and English. Lingua. 2013. 137. 248-270
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MISC (1):
  • Duffield, Nigel, L. Kalin, I. Paul, J. Vander, Klok. ‘Down, Down, Down’: how many layers can there be to Inner Aspect?. McGill Working Papers in Linguistics - Special Issue in Honour of Lisa Travis. 2018. 25. 1. 110-122
Books (3):
  • Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Vietnamese Linguistics
    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2019
  • Reflections on Psycholinguistic Theories : Raiding the inarticulate
    Cambridge University Press 2018 ISBN:9781108417150
  • Particles and Projections in Irish Syntax (Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory)
    Springer 1996 ISBN:0792336747
Education (3):
  • 1987 - 1991 University of Southern California
  • 1985 - 1987 Birkbeck College, University of London
  • 1981 - 1984 Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge Modern and Medieval Languages
Professional career (3):
  • MA (Cantab) (University of Cambridge)
  • MA (Birkbeck, University of London)
  • PhD (University of Southern California)
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