Dr Avery Andrews is a Senior Lecturer in the Linguistics Program, School of Language Studies, Faculty of Arts. He is well known for his work on syntactic and morphological theory.
2004. "Glue Logic vs. Spreading Architecture in LFG", in Christo Mostovsky (ed.) Proceedings of the 2003 Conference of the Australian Linguistics Society, University of Newcastle.
2001. "Iofu and Spreading Architecture in LFG" in King and Holloway (eds.) Proceedings of the LFG01 Converence, CSLI Online Publications.
2001. "Non-Canonical A/S Marking in Icelandic", in Aikhenvald, Dixon and Onishi, (eds.) Non-Canonlical Marking of Subjects and Objects. Benjamins. 1999. Complex Predicates and Information Spreading in LFG (co-authored with Chris Manning), CSLI Publications, Stanford CA.
1996. "Semantic Case-Stacking and Inside-Out Unification," Australian Journal of Linguistics, vol. 16:1-54.
1990. "Unification and Morphological Blocking," Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 8:507-558.
1990. "Case Structures and Control in Modern Icelandic," in J. Maling and A. Zaenen (eds.) Modern Icelandic Syntax, Academic Press, 187-234.
1985. "The Major Functions of the Noun Phrase," in T. Shopen (ed.), Language Typology and Syntactic Description, vol I: Clause Structure, Cambridge University Press), pp. 62-154.