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Mark Baker (linguist)

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Alma mater  MIT
Doctoral advisor  Noam Chomsky
Fields  Syntax
Role  Linguist
Name  Mark Baker

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Institutions  Rutgers University, McGill University
Education  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Books  The Atoms of Language, The polysynthesis parameter, Lexical categories, The Syntax of Agreeme, George's First Day at Playgroup

Mark baker language the brain and the soul


Mark Cleland Baker (born 1959) is an American linguist. He received his Ph.D. from MIT in 1985 and has taught at Rutgers since 1998. Prof. Baker frequently was a faculty member at the Linguistic Society of America's Summer Institute and, prior to coming to Rutgers, was a faculty member at McGill University (1986-1998). He worked on the Mohawk language for several years, also serving as a consultant on language revitalization for the Mohawk. Working within generative grammar, he wrote several important books about the formal analysis of polysynthetic languages.

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