Anna Cardinaletti

Anna Cardinaletti is a professor at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. She does research in the domains of theoretical linguistics, applied linguistics, comparative linguistics, Italian sign language, and Italian dialects.

One of Anna Cardinaletti’s research topics is partitive constructions in European languages. On partitive constructions Anna Cardinaletti published the following papers:

Cardinaletti, Anna & Giuliana Giusti. 2016. The syntax of the Italian indefinite determiner dei. Lingua, vol. 181, 58-80.

Cardinaletti, Anna & Giuliana Giusti. 2018. Indefinite determiners. Variation and Optionality in Italoromance.  Advances in Italian Dialectology. Sketches of Italo-Romance Grammars, Amsterdam, Brill, vol. 1, pp. 135-161.

Cardinaletti, Anna & Giuliana Giusti. 2017. Quantified Expressions and Quantitative Clitics. The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Syntax, Second Edition, London, Wiley Blackwell, pp. 1-61.

Cardinaletti, Anna & Giuliana Giusti. 2005. The syntax of quantified phrases and quantitative clitics. In Martin Everaert and Henk van Riemsdijk (eds.), The Blackwell Companion to Syntax, First Edition, Oxford, Blackwell, vol. V, pp. 23-93.

Cardinaletti, Anna & Giuliana Giusti.1992. Partitive ne and the QP-hypothesis. A Case study , Proceedings of the XVII Meeting of Generative Grammar. Trieste, February 22-24, 1991, Torino, Rosenberg & Sellier, pp. 121-141.