1. Valentina Bianchi (2008/2010)
    A note on backward anaphora.
    Draft of a talk presented at the XXX Glow Colloquium, Tromsoe, April 12-14 2007 (original title: non-reduncancy and backward anaphora)
  2. Bianchi Valentina, Chesi Cristiano (2014)
    Subject islands, reconstruction, and the flow of the computation.
    Linguistic Inquiry Vol. 45.4 , pp. 525-569
  3. Bianchi Valentina, Chesi Cristiano (2012)
    Subject Islands and the Subject Criterion.
    in V. Bianchi, C. Chesi (eds.) ENJOY LINGUISTICS! Papers offered to Luigi Rizzi on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Siena:CISCL Press, ISBN: 9788890794308
  4. Valentina Bianchi, Cristiano Chesi (2007/2010)
    Reversing the perspective on Quantifier Raising.
    Paper presented at the XVII Colloquium on Generative Grammar, Gerona, June 2007
  5. Valentina Bianchi, Cristiano Chesi (2006)
    Phases, left branch islands, and computational nesting.
    Upenn Working Papers in Linguistics 12.1 : Proceedings of the 29th Penn Linguistic Colloquium, 15-28
  6. Ronnie Cann, Ruth Kempson, Lutz Marten (2005)
    The Dynamics of Language: An Introduction.
    Academic Press Inc
  7. Chesi Cristiano (2015)
    On directionality of phrase structure building.
    Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 44(1): 1-50 - DOI: 10.1007/s10936-014-9330-6
  8. Cristiano Chesi (ed.) (2013)
    Special Issue on Directionality of Phrase Structure Building.
    STiL - Studies in Linguistics 6
  9. Chesi Cristiano (2012)
    Competence and Computation: toward a processing friendly minimalist Grammar. .
    Padova: Unipress
  10. Chesi Cristiano (2012)
    Rightward movement from a top-down perspective.
    In: W. Gert, M. Sailer and H. Walker (eds.) Rightward Movement in a Comparative Perspective. Amsterdam, Philadelphia:John Benjamins
  11. Cristiano Chesi (2009)
    Rightward Movement from A Different Perspective.
    Paper presented at "Rightward Movement in a Comparative Perspective", Workshop at the DGfS Meeting, February 27-29, 2008. Bamberg
  12. Cristiano Chesi (2005)
    Phases and Complexity in Phrase Structure Building.
    The 15th Meeting of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands
  13. Cristiano Chesi (2004)
    Phases and Cartography in Linguistic Computation: toward a Cognitively Motivated Computational Model of Linguistic Competence.
    Ph.D. Thesis
  14. Richard Kayne (1983)
    Connectedness and binary branching.
    Dordrecht: Foris.
  15. Ruth Kempson, Wilfried Meyer-Viol Dov Gabbay (2001)
    Dynamic Syntax: The Flow of Language Understanding.
  16. Colin Phillips (2003)
    Linear Order and Constituency.
    Linguistic Inquiry 34:1
  17. Colin Phillips (1996)
    Order and Structure.
    September 1996. PhD dissertation, MIT. 305pp. Distributed by MIT Working Papers in Linguistics.
  18. Colin Phillips, Lewis Shevaun (2013)
    Derivational order in syntax: Evidence and architectural consequences. Studies in Linguistics 6 (2013): 11-47.
  19. Philippe Schlenker (2005)
    Non-Redundancy: Towards A Semantic Reinterpretation of Binding Theory
    Natural Language Semantics 13, 1: 1-92, 2005
  20. Chung-chieh Shan, Chris Barker (2006)
    Explaining crossover and superiority as left-to-right evaluation.
    Linguistics and Philosophy 29(1):91134, 2006.
  21. Jan-Wouter Zwart (2009)
    Prospects for top-down derivation
    Catalan Journal of Linguistics 8:161-187