||Gregory T. Stump
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||My area of specialization is morphological theory. My principal areas of language specialization are the early Indic languages and the Breton language, though much of my work is typological in nature, and therefore draws upon evidence from a wide range of human languages.
PhD, Linguistics, Ohio State University, June 1981
MA, Linguistics, Ohio State University, June 1978
BA, French, University of Kansas, May 1976
Professor of English & Linguistics, University of Kentucky, July 2002-present
Associate Professor of English & Linguistics, University of Kentucky, July 1986-June 2002
Director, Linguistics Program, Fall 1987-Fall 1997
Assistant Professor of English & Linguistics, University of Kentucky, August 1983-June 1986
Assistant Professor of Linguistics, Ohio State University, September 1981-August 1983
||Member, Linguistic Society of America
Member of the preparatory committee of the International Association of Linguistic Morphologists
Associate Editor, Language
Board of Consulting Editors, Yearbook of Morphology
Invited presentation: `Word-formation vs inflectional morphology', Word-Formation Theories Workshop, University of Presov, Slovakia, June 25, 2005
Invited presentation: `Content-paradigms and form-paradigms', CID/M3 Meeting on Possible Words, University of Surrey, July 20, 2004
Invited presentation: `Morphosyntactic conditions on morphomic dimensions of stem alternation', Workshop on the Possible Word, 11th International Morphology Meeting,University of Vienna, February 13, 2004
Conference presentation: `Delineating the boundary between inflection-class marking and derivational marking: The case of Sanskrit -aya', 11th International Morphology Meeting, University of Vienna, February 15, 2004
|Primary Research Focus:
||Linguistics > Morphological theory > Inflectional morphology
||I have worked for several years on the development of an empirically motivated theory of inflection. I have presented this research at conferences, in invited lectures at a number of universities in the US and abroad, in several published articles, and in my book _Inflectional Morphology_ (Cambridge University Press, 2001).
||2005a. `Comparison', in D. Alan Cruse, Franz Hundsnurscher, Michael Job, and Peter Rolf Lutzeier, eds., Lexicology: An International Handbook on the Nature and Structure of Words and Vocabularies, Volume 2, pp.1655-1657. Berlin & New York: Walter de Gruyter.
2005b. `Delineating the Boundary between Inflection-class Marking and Derivational Marking: The Case of Sanskrit -aya', in Wolfgang U. Dressler, Dieter Kastovsky, Oskar E. Pfeiffer & Franz Rainer (eds.), pp.293-309. Morphology and its Demarcations. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2005c. `Rules about Paradigms', in C. Orhan Orgun & Peter Sells (eds.), Morphology and the Web of Grammar: Essays in Memory of Steven G. Lapointe, pp.49-82. Stanford: CSLI Publications.
2005d. `Word-formation vs Inflectional Morphology', in Rochelle Lieber & Pavol Stekauer (eds.), Handbook of Word-Formation, pp.49-71. Dordrecht: Springer.
2004 (with Farrell Ackerman). `Paradigms and periphrastic expression: A study in realization-based lexicalism', in Louisa Sadler & Andrew Spencer (eds.), Projecting Morphology, pp.111-157. CSLI Publications.
To appear. `Heteroclisis and Paradigm Linkage', Language.
To appear. `Paradigm Function Morphology', in Keith Brown (ed.), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier.
To appear. `Referrals and morphomes in Sora verb inflection', Yearbook of Morphology.
To appear. `Some criticisms of Carstairs-McCarthy's conclusions', Yearbook of Morphology
To appear. `Template Morphology', in Keith Brown (ed.), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier.
To appear (with Tom Stewart). `Paradigm Function Morphology and the Morphology/Syntax Interface', in Gillian Ramchand & Charles Reiss (eds.), Handbook of Linguistic Interfaces. Oxford University Press.