Helge Lødrup

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I am a professor of general linguistics at the Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies, University of Oslo. My field of research is the syntax of Norwegian and related languages within generative grammar, especially Lexical Functional Grammar. I have published on possessive expressions, reflexives and body part nouns, surface anaphora, clausal complementation, passive and impersonal sentences, and auxiliaries, light verbs and complex predicates.

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Publications

Publications in the Norwegian research documentation system 'Cristin'

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Verbal present participles in Norwegian: Controlled complements or parts of complex predicates. In Doug Arnold, Miriam Butt, Berthold Crysmann, Tracy Holloway-King, Stefan Müller (eds.): Proceedings of the Joint 2016 Conference on Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar and Lexical Functional Grammar. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications 2016. 359–379.

"Dekanus er i sentrum og sjekker larynks": Lærde substantiver med definitt tolking i norsk.  Maal og Minne 2, 2016, 31-50.

(With Marianne Hobæk Haff) Où en est le "passif long" en français? Syntaxe et sémantique 17, 2016, 153-73.

How can a verb agree with a verb? Reanalysis and pseudocoordination in Norwegian. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (eds.), Proceedings of the LFG14 Conference. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications, 367-86.

(With Janne Bondi Johannessen and Marit Julien) Preposisjoner og eierskapsrelasjoner: et menneskesentrert hierarki. In Janne Bondi Johannessen and Kristin Hagen (eds.) Språk i Norge og nabolanda: Ny forskning om talespråk, 65-98. Oslo: Novus, 2014.

Long passives in Norwegian: Evidence for complex predicates. Nordic Journal of Linguistics  37, 3, 2014, 367-391.

Split possession and the syntax of kinship nouns in Norwegian. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics, 17, 2014, 35–57.

There is no reanalysis in Norwegian pseudocoordinations (except when there is). In Hans Petter Helland and Christine Meklenborg Salvesen (éds.) Affaire(s) de grammaire: Mélanges offerts à Marianne Hobæk Haff à l'occasion de ses soixante-cinq ans, 43-65. Oslo: Novus 2014.

(With Marit Julien) Dobbel passiv og beslektede konstruksjoner i skandinavisk. Norsk lingvistisk tidsskrift 31, 2, 2013, 221-46.

(With Marianne Hobæk Haff) Another overt surface anaphor: Norwegian 'and that'. Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 257-71.

In search of a nominal COMP. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (eds.) Proceedings of the LFG12 Conference, Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications, 383-403.

Forholdet mellom prenominale og postnominale possessive uttrykk. In Hans-Olav Enger, Jan Terje Faarlund and Kjell Ivar Vannebo (eds.) Grammatikk, bruk og norm. Festskrift til Svein Lie på 70-årsdagen, 15. april 2012, 189- 203. Oslo: Novus 2012.

Some Norwegian 'type anaphora' are surface anaphora. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 24, 1, 2012, 23–52.

Hvor mange genus er det i Oslo-dialekten? Maal og Minne 2 2011, 120-36.

Norwegian possessive pronouns: Phrases, words or suffixes? In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (eds.) Proceedings of the LFG11 Conference, Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications, 339-359.

Lexical Functional Grammar: Functional Structure. In Robert D. Borsley and Kersti Börjars (eds.) Non-Transformational Syntax: Formal and Explicit Models of Grammar. Wiley-Blackwell 2011. Pp. 141 - 180

Implicit possessives and reflexive binding in Norwegian. Transactions of the Philological Society 108, 2, 2010, 89-109

External and internal possessors with body part nouns: The case of Norwegian. SKY Journal of Linguistics 22, 2009, 221─250.

Looking possessor raising in the mouth: Norwegian possessor raising with unergatives. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (eds.) Proceedings of the LFG09 Conference, Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications 2009. Pp. 420-30.

Animacy and long distance binding in Norwegian. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 32, 1, 2009, 111-136.

Objects binding reflexives in Norwegian. Norsk lingvistisk tidsskrift 26, 2 2008, 30-54.

Local binding without co-argumenthood: Norwegian noun phrases. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (eds.) Proceedings of the LFG08 Conference. CSLI Publications 2008. Pp. 333-351.

The diversity and unity of the accusative with infinitive construction: A Norwegian perspective. Linguistics 46, 5 2008, 891–916.

Raising to object in Norwegian and the Derived Object Constraint. Studia Linguistica 62, 2, 2008, Pp. 155-181

A new account of simple and complex reflexives in Norwegian. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 10, 3 2007, Pp.183-201

Norwegian anaphors without visible binders. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 19.1 2007, Pp. 1-22.

Språktypologi. I Kristian Kristoffersen, Hanne Gram Simonsen og Andreas Sveen (red.) Språk: En grunnbok. Universitetsforlaget, Oslo 2005. Side 401-23

Clausal complementation in Norwegian. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 27.1 Pp. 61-95. 2004.

Infinitival complements in Norwegian and the form - function relation. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (eds.) Proceedings of the LFG02 Conference. CSLI Publications 2002.

The syntactic structures of Norwegian pseudocoordinations. Studia Linguistica 56, 2, 2002, 121-143.

(With Mary Dalrymple) The grammatical functions of complement clauses. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (eds.) Proceedings of the LFG00 Conference. CSLI Publications. 2000.

Underspecification in Lexical Mapping Theory: The case of Norwegian existentials and resultatives. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King (eds.) Argument Realization. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications. 2000. Pp. 171-88.

Linking and optimality in the Norwegian presentational focus construction. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 22, 2 1999, Pp. 205-229

Inalienables in Norwegian and Binding Theory. Linguistics 37, 3 1999, Pp. 365–388.

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