Founded in 1979, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics is an entirely student-managed organization, run by the graduate students in the MIT Doctoral Program in Linguistics. MITWPL is dedicated to promoting student linguistic research by publishing dissertations and papers and, with the proceeds, equitably funding travel, fieldwork and equipment purchases.

MITWPL publishes working papers and dissertations for MIT Linguistics and Philosophy, University of Connecticut Linguistics and the University of Rochester Center for Language Sciences. If your department would like to outsource its working paper publications to MITWPL, please contact the management.

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Recent MITWPL Publications:

Chomsky's Linguistics
Special edition collected works of Noam Chomsky
Noam Chomsky; editors Peter Graff, Coppe van Urk
MWPL75: Proceedings of MOSS 2: Moscow Syntax and Semantics 2011 (#75, 2014) Vadim Kimmelman, Natalia Korotkova, Igor Yanovich
MWPL74: Proceedings of FAMLi 2: Formal Approaches to Mayan Linguistics (#74, 2012) Lauren Eby Clemens, Robert Henderson, and Pedro Mateo Pedro
MWPL73: Proceedings of FAJL 7: Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics (#73, 2014) Shigeto Kawahara and Mika Igarashi
CWPL16: Studies in Linguistics: The Last View from Arjona (#16, 2013) Jungmin Kang, Helen Koulidobrova, and Lyn Tieu
MWPL72: Proceedings of IATL 2013 (#72, 2013) Nurit Melnik
MWPL71: The Art and Craft of Semantics Vol 2 (#71, 2014) Luka Crnic and Uli Sauerland
MWPL70: The Art and Craft of Semantics Vol 1 (#70, 2014) Luka Crnic and Uli Sauerland
TUWP01: Fleur de Ling: Tulane University Working Papers: Volume 1 (#1 2014) Teresa Grubb and Shane Lief
MWPL68: Proceedings of IATL 2012 (#68, 2014) Evan Cohen
MWPL69: Proceedings of the MIT Workshop on Comparatives (#69, 2010) Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine and Yasutada Sudo
KOTE01: Hadas Kotek Composing Questions (2014)
IMAN01: Yusuke Imanishi Default Ergative (2014)
ERLE01: Michael Yoshitaka Erlewine Movement Out of Focus (2014)
DO01: Young Ah Do Biased learning of phonological alternations (2013)
IVLI01: Natalia Ivlieva Scalar Implicatures and the Grammar of Plurality and Disjunction (2013)
NONA01: Rafael Nonato Clause Chaining, Switch Reference and Coordination (2014)
YANO01: Igor Yanovich Four Pieces for Modality, Context and Usage (2013)
NIKO01: Liudmila Nikolaeva The Secret Life of Pronouns (2014)
ALKH01: Sam Al-Khatib "Only" and association with negative antonyms (2014)