My primary interests in linguistics are syntax, semantics and their interface, especially Binding Theory, Phase Theory, Architecture of the Grammar, Long-distance Phenomena, Word Order and Movement, Agreement, Switch-Reference. I also work on Syntax and Morphology of languages of Caucasus, especially on (Long Distance) Agreement, Control, and Reflexivization.
I also have interests in teaching large general education linguistics courses. I have taught LIN 200: Language in the USA, a class introducing basics of linguistics and sociolinguistics to non-majors, for since 2014. This semester, I am teaching LIN 311 "Syntax."
Selected Publications and Presentations
- Antonenko, Andrei. 2018 Predicate Doubling in Russian: One Process or Two? FASL 27: The 27th Annual Workshop on Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics. Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
- Antonenko, Andrei. 2018. Principle A and Feature Valuation. Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America, Vol. 3, 37:1-15.
- Ferson, Scott, Jason O'Rawe, Andrei Antonenko, Jack Siegrist, James Mickley, Christian C Luhmann, Kari Sentz, and Adam M Finkel. 2015. Natural language of uncertainty: numeric hedge words. International Journal of Approximate Reasoning 57. Elsevier Inc.: 19–39. doi:10.1016/j.ijar.2014.11.003.
- Antonenko, Andrei, and Jisung Sun. 2012. A Crosslinguistic Approach to Double Nominative and Biabsolutive Constructions: Evidence from Korean and Daghestanian. In Proceedings of GLOW in Asia 2011, Workshop for Young Researchers.
- Antonenko, Andrei. 2012. The Inflectional Base(s) of the Russian Imperative. In Proceedings of FASL 19, University of Maryland, College Park.
- Harris, Alice C, and Andrei Antonenko. 2011. Language Contact and the Origins of Multiple Exponence in Archi Pronouns. In Languages and cultures in the Caucasus: papers from the International Conference "Current Advances in Caucasian Studies", Macerata, January 21 - 23, 2010, pp. 223-244.
- Antonenko, Andrei, and Alice C Harris. 2010. Multiple Exponence on Archi Pronouns. In eLanguage: LSA Meeting Extended Abstracts 2010.
- Antonenko, Andrei. 2010. Subject obviation and case. In H. Bliss, M. Louie, and M. Schellenberg (eds.), Proceedings of the Northwest Linguistics Conference 2009, Vol. 25, 1-14. Vancouver, BC, Canada: University of British Columbia Working Papers in Linguistics.
- Antonenko, Andrei. 2010. Partial Wh-movement in Kashmiri. In Universal Grammar and Individual Languages: The Proceedings of 2010 Seoul International Conference on Linguistics.
- Antonenko, Andrei. 2008. Puzzles of Russian Subjunctives. In Stevens, Jon Scott (Ed.), University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics: Vol. 16 (1): pp. 1-10. Philadelphia, PA.