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Heidi B. Harley (born September 26, 1969) is an Associate Professor of Linguistics at the University of Arizona. She is the author or coauthor of three books, and has several papers published on formal syntactic theory, morphology, and lexical semantics. She was born in Oregon, but was raised in St. John's, Newfoundland. She is one of the main researchers working in the theory of Distributed morphology. She has published an over 30 important articles on morphological theory syntax and semantics, including articles in the journals Language, Linguistic Inquiry, Lingua, Morphology Yearbook, Studia Linguistica. She is the editor of three volumes of collected papers, the editor of two special issues of journals, and is the author of a major textbook on morphological theory. She has been an invited teacher at major summer schools in linguistics throughout the world including Ireland and Brazil.
- B.A. in Linguistics and English: Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1991
- Ph.D. in Linguistics and Philosophy: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1995
- Personal homepage
- Formal Approaches to Function: In honor of Eloise Jelinek, John Benjamins Publishers, 2003, (with Andrew Carnie and MaryAnn Willie)
- Verb First: On the Syntax of Verb Initial Languages, John Benjamins Publishers, 2005, (with Andrew Carnie and Sheila Dooley)
- English Words, Blackwell Publishers.
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