Bronwyn Bjorkman (postdoc 2012-2015, now at Queen's University): "The Case of aspect."
Monica Irimia (Ph.D. 2011, now at the University of York) with colleague Sonia Cyrino (State University of Campinas, Brazil): "Syntactic positions for DOM: The case of Brazilian Portuguese and Romanian."
Brandon Fry (University of Ottawa): "A unified view of Agree."
Mark McAndrews (BA): "Modelling near-synonymous suffix alternation in an Inuktitut corpus."
Kenji Oda (Ph.D. 2012, now at Syracuse University): "Reconsidering Irish non-verbal predication."
Bethany Lochbihler (University of Edinburgh), Will Oxford (Ph.D. 2014, now at the University of Manitoba), and Nicholas Welch (postdoc): "Inanimacy as personlessness: Evidence from Dene and Algonquian."
Guillaume Thomas (faculty): "Cumulative readings of 'each'?"
Julie Goncharov (Ph.D.): "Mindful de se constructions."
Ivona Kucerova (McMaster University): "What happened when a puppy slept: An attempt to derive the syntactic structure of a two-word sentence in Czech."
Eric Mathieu (University of Ottawa): "Feature-free parameters."
Anna Seltner (MA): "The conjoint-disjoint alternation in Bantu languages: Evidence for low focus?" This paper is the 2015 (inaugural) winner of the Elizabeth Cowper Prize in syntax.
Bridget Copley (CNRS/Université Paris 8): "What can cause what: futurates and have causatives at the interfaces with semantics."
Cristina Cuervo (faculty): "The importance of less productive transitivity alternations."
Leslie Saxon (MA 1979, now at the University of Victoria): "The Tłı̨chǫ syntactic causative (and inchoative)."