This is a 5-year research project funded by the AHRC (AR14458) and running from 1 October 2002 until 30 September 2007. It is a joint project involving the Universities of Cambridge and Newcastle and led by Anders Holmberg (School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics, University of Newcastle upon Tyne), and Ian Roberts and David Willis (Department of Linguistics, University of Cambridge). More detailed Project information can be found here.
Details of the researchers involved in this project can be found here.
Click here for downloadable papers by Project members, here for a new (2006) debate on the value of parametric theory and here for recent papers on null-subject-related phenomena by researchers working outside the Project.
NB: Both of the Project's Ph.D. students have now successfully completed their Ph.Ds.
Michelle Sheehan completed hers in November 2006, and her dissertation can be found here.
Chris Johns successfully defended in July 2007, and his dissertation can be found here.
Click here for details of forthcoming events.
Details of some past activities of the Project can be found here.
Contact details of the researchers involved in this project are available here.