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Chao Sun

Chao Sun

Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and, by courtesy, of Linguistics
BA, East China Normal University, English Language and Literature (1974)
MA, University of Oregon, Linguistics (1984)
Ph.D., Cornell University, Linguistics (1988)
Publications: 

Wang, W. S.-Y., & Sun, C. (2015). (W. S.-Y. Wang & C. Sun, Eds.)The Oxford Handbook on Chinese Linguistics. Oxford University Press.

Sun, C. (2006). Chinese: A linguistic introduction. Cambridge University Press.

Sun, C. (1996). Wor Order Change and Grammaticalization in the History of Chinese. Stanford University Press.

Sun, C. (2015). The Uses of De 的 as a noun phrase marker. Oxford Handbook on Chinese Linguistics (pp. 326–78). Oxford University Press.

Wang, W., & Sun, C. (2015). Introduction. Oxford Handbook on Chinese Linguistics (pp. 19–33).

Sun, C. (2015). The Grammaticalization of the BA construction: Cause and Effect in a Case of Specialization. Oxford Handbook on Chinese Linguistics2015 (pp. 429–44).

Sun, C. (2014). The pragmatics of the Chinese marker DE: WO de BABA versus WO BABA. Chinese Language and Discourse, 5(1).

Sun, C. (2014). Grammar for Chinese as a Second Language. Journal of International Chinese Teaching and Research.

Zhan, F., & Sun, C. (2013). A copula analysis of SHI in the Chinese cleft construction. Language and Linguistics, 14(4).

Long, G., & Sun, C. (2013). Aspectual marker: Issue of ZHE grammaticalization in the history of Chinese and Wu dialects. Journal of Chinese Linguistics, 392-417.

Peck, J., Lin, J., & Sun, C. (2013). Aspectual classification of Mandarin Chinese verbs: A perspective of scale structure. Language and Linguistics, 14(4).