Messick, Troy and Sreekar Raghotham in prep. ECM and long distance agreement in Telugu. Slides from OLET talk.
Messick, Troy and Gísli Rúnar Harðarson. 2022. E-raising reconsidered: Constituency, coordination and case-agreeing reciprocals. Rutgers and University of Iceland Manuscript.
Messick, Troy. 2022. 3/4 of a monster: On mixed shifty agreement in Telugu. Rutgers Manuscript.
Messick, Troy and Sreekar Raghotham. 2022. On Case Copying Reflexives: Implications for Anaphor-Antecedent feature matching. Rutgers Manuscript.
Messick, Troy. 2022. On apparent pronominal feature contradictions: Shifty agreement in Telugu. Accepted at Syntax.
Messick, Troy and Sreekar Raghotham 2022. Morphosyntax values itself. In Samir Alam, Yash Sinha and Sadhwi Srinivas (eds.) Proceedings of (F)ASAL 11.
Messick, Troy and Deepak Alok. 2021. Stripping in Hindi: Does clause size matter? Sabine Laszakovits and Zheng Shen (eds.) The Size of things I: Structure Building. 247-263. Berlin: Language Science Press.
Vicente, Luis, Matthew Barros, Troy Messick and Andrés Saab. 2021. On a non-argument for cleft sources in sluicing. Linguistic Inquiry 52(4) 867-880.
Messick, Troy. 2020. 3/4 agreement patterns beyond hybrid nouns. Rutgers Manuscript in revisions. (NB: The Telugu data in this paper formed the core of a new paper titled “3/4 of a monster”).
“Poster” from 2021 LSA Annual Meeting
Messick, Troy. 2020 The derivation of highest subject questions and the nature of the EPP. Glossa 5 (1) 13.
Bošković, Željko and Troy Messick. 2017. Derivational economy in syntax and semantics. In Mark Arnoff (ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. New York: Oxford University Press.
Messick, Troy. 2017. The morphosyntax of self-ascription a cross-linguistics study. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Connecticut.
Messick, Troy and Gary Thoms. 2016. Ellipsis, economy and the (non)uniformity of traces. Linguistic Inquiry 47(2):306-332.
Messick, Troy and Irina Monich. 2016. Agreement in Nuer speech reports. Handout from ACAL 47 talk.
Sprouse, Jon and Troy Messick. 2015. How gradient are island effects? Poster presented at NELS 46.