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Name: Anikó  Lipták
Institution: Universiteit Leiden
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State and/or Country: Netherlands   
Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
Specialty: (cor)relative clauses, wh-constructions
Subject Language(s): Hungarian
Language Family(ies): Finno-Ugric
Selected Publications: (2004) 'On the correlative nature of Hungarian left peripheral relatives' In Benjamin Shaer, Werner Frey, Claudia Maienborn (eds), Proceedings of the Dislocated Elements Workshop (ZAS Berlin, November 2003), ZAS Papers in Linguistics, 35:1, 287-313. Berlin: ZAS.

(2004) 'Adjunct scope marking: new arguments for Dayal's approach.' In K. Moulton and M. Wolf (eds), Proceedings of NELS 34, 405-423. Amherst, MA: GLSA.

(2004) 'Scope marking in Hungarian.' In A. Breitbarth and H. van Riemsdijk (eds), Triggers. Studies in Generative Grammar 75, 259-292. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

(2003) 'Conjoined questions in Hungarian.' In C. Boeckx and K. Grohmann (eds.), Multiple wh-fronting. Linguistics Aktuel/Linguistics Today 64, 141-160. Amsterdam, John Benjamins.

Dikken, M. den & A. Lipták & Zs. Zvolenszky (2002) 'On inclusive reference anaphora: New perspectives from Hungarian.' in K. Megerdoomian, L. A. Bar-el (eds), WCCFL 20 Proceedings. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

(2001) On the syntax of wh-items. LOT Dissertation series, 45.

Lipták, A. & M. Zimmerman (2000) 'A crosslinguistic analysis of binominal each constructions', in T. Haukioja, I. Herlin and S. Kittilä (eds), SKY Journal of Linguistics 13 (2000), 123-153. Helsinki.

Lipták, A. (2000) 'Multiple relatives as relatives of questions.' in G. Alberti and I. Kenesei (eds.), Approaches to Hungarian VII. 153-177. Szeged: Jate Press.

(1998) 'Er as a locative expletive.' HIL occasional papers 2. 61-64.

(1998) 'A fókuszemelések egy minimalista elemzése.' 'A minimalist analysis of Hungarian long focus movements', in L. Büky & M. Maleczki (eds.), A mai magyar nyelv leírásának újabb módszerei III. (New methods of describing present-day Hungarian III.), 93-115. Szeged, JATE.

(1998) 'Focus and ECM.' in T. Cambier-Langefeld, A. Lipták, M. Redford (eds.), Console VI Proceedings , Leiden, HIL.

Dikken, M. den & A. Lipták (1997) 'Csoda egy nyelv - Nominal Internal Predication in Hungarian.' In J. Coerts & H. de Hoop (eds.), Linguistics in the Netherlands 1997, 61-72. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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