1 Introduction: "The Case for Syntax"  
2 Phrase Structure Buy at Amazon Fukui, Naoki. "Phrase Structure." In The Handbook of Contemporary Syntactic Theory. Edited by M. Baltin, and C. Collins. Malden: Blackwell, 2001, pp. 374-406. ISBN: 0631205071.
3 Phrase Structure (cont.) Buy at Amazon Kayne, Richard. The Antisymmetry of Syntax. Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 1994. ISBN: 0262611074. (Excerpt: pp. 3-36.)
4 Binding Theory Buy at Amazon Lasnik, Howard. "A Selective History of Modern Binding Theory." In Essays on Anaphora. Edited by H. Lasnik. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1989, pp. 1-37. ISBN: 1556080913.
5 A-Movement Baltin, Mark. "A-Movements." In The Handbook of Contemporary Syntactic Theory .
6 A-Movement (cont.) Lebeaux, David. Where Does the Binding Theory Apply? NEC Research Institute Technical Report, 1998. (Excerpt: pp. 1-37.)
7 Passives Baker, Mark, Kyle Johnson, and Ian Roberts. "Passive Arguments Raised." Linguistic Inquiry 20 (1989): 219-25.
8 Unaccusativity Buy at Amazon Levin, Beth, and Malka Rappaport. Unaccusativity at the Syntax-Lexical Semantics Interface. Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 1995. ISBN: 0262620944. (Excerpt: pp. 34-81.)
9 Unaccusativity (cont.) Buy at Amazon Baker, Mark. "Thematic Roles and Syntactic Structure." In Elements of Grammar. Edited by L. Haegeman. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1997, pp. 73-137. ISBN: 0792342976.
10 Unaccusativity (cont.) Friedmann, Naama et al. "The Vase Fell (The Vase). The Online Processing of Unaccusatives." To appear in Linguistic Inquiry (Journal published by MIT Press).
11 Relational Grammar and Lexical-Functional Grammar Buy at Amazon Perlmutter, David, and Paul Postal. "The 1-Advancement Exclusiveness Law." In Studies in Relational Grammar. Vol. 2. Edited by D. Perlmutter, and S. Rosen. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984, pp. 81-125. ISBN: 0226660508.
12 Relational Grammar and Lexical-Functional Grammar (cont.) Buy at Amazon Bresnan, Joan, and Annie Zaenen. "Deep Unaccusativity in LFG." In Grammatical Relations. A Cross-Theoretical Perspective. Edited by K. Dziwirek, P. Farrell, and E. Mejias-Bikandi. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications, 1990, pp. 45-57. ISBN: 0937073636.

Bresnan, Joan. "Monotonicity and the Theory of Relation-Changes in LFG." Language Research 26, no. 4 (1990): 637-652.
13 Case and Licensing Buy at Amazon Marantz, Alec. "Case and Licensing." In Arguments and Case: Explaining Burzio's Generalization. Edited by E. Reuland. Amsterdam: Joan Benjamins Publishing Company, 2000, pp. 11-30. ISBN: 15561998X.
14 Case and Licensing (cont.) Yoon, James. "Ambiguity of Government and the Chain Condition." Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 14 (1996): 105-162.
15 Null Subjects (PRO) Buy at Amazon Jaeggli, Osvaldo, and Ken Safir. "The Null Subject Parameter and Parametric Theory." In The Null Subject Parameter. Edited by O. Jaeggli, and K. Safir. Dordrecht: Kluwer. 1989, pp. 1-45. ISBN: 1556080875.

Iatridou, Sabine, and David Embick. "Apropos PRO." Language 73, no. 1 (1997): 58-78.
16 Control (PRO) Lebeaux, David. "Anaphoric Binding and the Definition of PRO." NELS 14 (1984): 253-274.

Buy at Amazon Landau, Idan. Elements of Control: Structure and Meaning in Infinitival Constructions. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2000. ISBN: 0792366204. (Excerpt: pp. 1-25.)
17 Control (PRO) (cont.) Hornstein, Norbert. "Movement and Control." Linguistic Inquiry 30, no. 1 (1999): 69-96.

Landau, Idan. "Movement Out of Control." Linguistic Inquiry 34, no. 3 (2003): 471-498.
18 Head Movement Roberts, Ian. "Head Movement." In The Handbook of Contemporary Syntactic Theory . pp. 113-147.
19 Student Presentations Buy at Amazon Baker, Mark. Incorporation: A Theory of Grammatical Function Changing. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1988. ISBN: 0226035425. (Excerpt: Chapter 2, pp. 24-75.)

Rosen, Sara. "Two Types of Noun Incorporation: A Lexical Analysis." Language 65 (1989): 294-317.
20 Student Presentations (cont.) DeGraff, Michel. "Verb Syntax in, and Beyond, Creolization." In The New Comparative Syntax . pp. 64-94.

Bobaljik, Jonathan. "Realizing Germanic Inflection: Why Morphology Does Not Drive Syntax?" (M.S., 32 pages) 2002. To appear in Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics.
21 Nonconfigurationality Baker, Mark. "The Natures of Nonconfirurationality." In The Handbook of Contemporary Syntactic Theory . pp. 407-438.
22 Double Objects Larson, Richard. "On the Double Object Construction." Linguistic Inquiry 18 (1988): 335-392.

Aoun, Joseph, and Audrey Li. "Scope and Constituency." Linguistic Inquiry 20 (1989): 141-72.
23 Student Presentations Jackendoff, Ray. "On Larson's Treatment of the Double Object Construction." Linguistic Inquiry 21 (1990): 427-56.

Larson, Richard. "Double Object Revisited: Reply to Jackendoff." Linguistic Inquiry 21 (1990): 589-632.
24 Psych Verbs Belletti, Adriana, and Luigi Rizzi. "Psych-verbs and Theta-theory." Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 6 (1988): 291-352.
25 Psych Verbs (cont.) Buy at Amazon Pesetsky, David. Zero Syntax. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1995. ISBN: 0262161451. (Excerpt: Chapter 2.)
26 Minimalism Buy at Amazon Marantz, Alec. "Reader's Guide to the Minimalist Program." In Government and Binding and the Minimalist Program. Edited by G. Webelhuth. Malden: Blackwell, 1994, 349-382. ISBN: 0631180613.

Buy at Amazon Chomsky, Noam. "A Minimalist Program for Linguistic Theory." In The View from Building 20. Edited by K. Hale, and S. J. Keyser. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1993, pp. 1-52. ISBN: 0262581248. (Reprinted in Chomsky. Chapter 3 in The Minimalist Program. Cambridge: Distributed by MIT Working Papers in Linguistics, 1995.)
27 Minimalism (cont.) Chomsky, Noam. The Minimalist Program . (Excerpt from Chapter 4.)
28 Minimalism (cont.) Buy at Amazon Chomsky, Noam. "Minimalist Inquiries: The Framework." In Step by Step. Edited by R. Martin, D. Michaels, and J. Uriagereka. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2000, pp. 89-155. ISBN: 026213361X. (Excerpts)

———. "Derivation by Phase" (Excerpts). In Ken Hale: A Life in Language. pp.1-52.

Frampton, John et al. "Remarks on 'Derivation by Phase': Feature Valuation, Agreement, and Intervention." (M.S., 8 pages) 2000.