Jairo Morais Nunes

Atuação Profissional: 

Professor Titular, Departamento de Linguística, Universidade de São Paulo

Formação Acadêmica: 
  • Pós-doutoramento: Universidad del País Vasco, University of Maryland, Utrecht University e University of Southern California.
  •  Livre-Docência. Universidade Estadual de Campinas, 2001.
  • Doutorado em Linguística. University of Maryland, 1995.
  • Mestrado em Linguística. University of Maryland, 1993.
  • Mestrado em Linguística. Universidade Estadual de Campinas, 1990.
  • Licenciatura Plena em Português e Literaturas de Língua Portuguesa. Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas, 1986.
Contato: 

E-mail: jmnunes(arroba)usp(ponto)br

Endereço acadêmico:
Avenida Prof. Luciano Gualberto, 403
Cidade Universitária - São Paulo - SP
CEP 05508-900
Tel: +55 11 3091-4298

 

 

Linha de pesquisa, grupos e projetos: 
Grupos de Pesquisa: 

Minimalismo e a Teoria da Gramática 

Publicações: 

Livros

Boeckx, C., N. Hornstein e J. Nunes. 2010. Control as Movement. Cambridge University Press.

Nunes, J. (org.). 2009. Minimalist Essays on Brazilian Portuguese Syntax. John Benjamins.

Hornstein, N., J. Nunes e K. Grohmann. 2008. Corver, N. e J. Nunes (orgs.). 2007. The Copy Theory of Movement. John Benjamins.

Hornstein, N., J. Nunes e K. Grohmann. 2005. Understanding Minimalism. Cambridge University Press, 2005.
최소주의 문법의 이해 (tradução coreana). Kyungmoon Publishers, 2008.

Nunes, J. 2004. Linearization of Chains and Sideward Movement. MIT Press.

 

Artigos e capítulos      

Nunes, J. A sair. “Linearizing Chains at LF”. In A. Gallego e R. Martin (orgs.): Language, Syntax, and the Natural Sciences. Cambridge University Press.

Nunes, J. A sair. “Circumventing f-minimality: On some unorthodox cases of A-movement in Brazilian Portuguese”. In R. Lopes, J. Avelar, and S. Cyrino (orgs.) Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 12: Selected papers from the 45th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL). John Benjamins.

Martins, A. M. e J. Nunes 2017. “Identity Avoidance with Reflexive Clitics in European Portuguese and Minimalist Approaches to Control”. Linguistic Inquiry 37.4.

Martins, A. M. e J. Nunes 2017. “Deletion of reflexive clitics with the verb custar in European Portuguese: An MTC Account”. Journal of Portuguese Linguistics 16:1-25.

Nunes, J. 2016. "Edge Features on Phase Heads or Moving Elements?". In E. Thompson (ed.): Florida Linguistics Papers vol. 3: Proceedings of the Florida Linguistics Yearly Meeting (FLYM) 3, 1-18.

Nunes, J. 2016. “Subject and Topic Hyper-raising in Brazilian Portuguese: A Case Study on Reference Sets for Economy Computations”. In M. A. Kato e F. Ordoñez (orgs.): The Morphosyntax of Spanish and Portuguese in Latin America, 107-134. Oxford University Press.

Martins, A. M. e J. Nunes. 2016. “Passives and Se Constructions”. In L. Wetzels, S. Menuzzi and J. Costa (orgs.): The Handbook of Portuguese Linguistics, 318-337. Wiley-Blackwell.

Nunes, J. 2015. “De Clítico à Concordância: O Caso dos Acusativos de Terceira Pessoa em Português Brasileiro”. Cadernos de Estudos Lingüísticos 57.1:61-84.

Nunes, J. 2015. “Subespecificação de traços-f e hiperalçamento em português brasileiro”. In C. Figueiredo e E. Araújo (orgs.), Diálogos com Ribeiro: Sobre gramática e história da língua portuguesa, 121-148. Edufba.

Cyrino, S., J. Nunes e E. Pagotto. 2015. “Complementação”. In M. A. Kato e M. do Nascimento (orgs.), A construção da sentença, 37-80. Contexto.

Nunes, J. 2014. “Adjunct Control and Edge Features”. In P. Kosta, S. Franks, L. Schürcks e T. Radeva-Bork (orgs.) Minimalism and Beyond: Radicalizing the Interfaces, 79-108. John Benjamins.

Hornstein, N. e J. Nunes. 2014. “Minimalism and Control”. In A. Carnie, Y. Sato e D. Siddiqi (orgs.), Routledge Handbook of Syntax, 239-263. Routledge.

Kato, M. A, e J. Nunes. 2014. “Uma Análise Unificada dos Três Tipos de Relativas Restritivas do Português Brasileiro”. Sociodialeto 4.12:575-590.

Nunes, J. 2013. Edge Features Legitimando Movimento-A”. RevEL  especial n. 7, 35-50.

Nunes, J. 2013. “X’-Structure and Minimalism”. In S. Luraghi e C. Parodi (orgs.): The Bloomsbury Companion to Syntax, 76-87. Bloomsbury.

Nunes, J. 2012. “Sideward Movement: Triggers, Timing, and Outputs”. In M. Uribe-Etxebarria e V. Valmala (orgs.): Ways of Structure Building, 114-142. Oxford University Press.

Nunes, J. 2012. “A Réplica de Rui Barbosa e a Emergência de uma Gramática Brasileira”. In M. Wiesenbron e M. Nagle (orgs.): Rui Barbosa: Uma personalidade Multifacetada/a Multifaceted Personality, 87-94. FUNAG.

Nunes, J. 2012. “Rui Barbosa’s Réplica and the Emergence of a Brazilian Grammar”. In M. Wiesenbron e M. Nagle (orgs.): Rui Barbosa: Uma personalidade Multifacetada/a Multifaceted Personality, 183-192. FUNAG.

Nunes, J. 2011. “On the diachronic reanalysis of null subjects and null objects in Brazilian Portuguese: Triggers and consequences”. In E. Rinke e T. Kupisch (orgs.): The Development of Grammar: Language Acquisition and Diachronic Change - In Honor of Jürgen M. Meisel, 331-354. John Benjamins.

Nunes, J. 2011. “The Copy Theory”. In C. Boeckx (org.): The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Minimalism, 143-172. Oxford University Press.

Nunes, J. 2010. “A Note on Wh-islands and Finite Control in Brazilian Portuguese”. Estudos da Língua(gem) 8.2: 79-103.

Nunes, J. 2010. “Relativizing Minimality for A-movement: f- and q-relations”. Probus 22:1-25.

Nunes, J. 2010. “Case”. In P. Hogan: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences, 142-143. Cambridge University Press.

Boeckx, C., N. Hornstein e J. Nunes. 2010. “Icelandic Control Really is A-movement: Reply to Bobaljik and Landau”.  Linguistic Inquiry 41:111-130.

Martins, A. M. e J. Nunes. 2010. “Apparent Hyper-raising in Brazilian Portuguese: Agreement with Topics across a Finite CP”. In E. Phoevos Panagiotidis (org.): The Complementiser Phase: Subjects and Operators, 143-163. Oxford University Press.

Nunes, J. 2009. “Dummy Prepositions and the Licensing of Null Subjects in Brazilian Portuguese”. In E. Aboh, E. van der Linden, J. Quer e P. Sleeman (orgs.): Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory: Selected papers from ‘Going Romance’ Amsterdam 2007, 243-265. John Benjamins.

Nunes, J. 2009. “Brazilian Portuguese under Minimalist Lenses”. In J. Nunes (org.): Minimalist Essays on Brazilian Portuguese Syntax, 3-14. John Benjamins.

Floripi, S. e J. Nunes. 2009. “Movement and Resumption in Null Possessor Constructions in Brazilian Portuguese”. In J. Nunes (org.): Minimalist Essays on Brazilian Portuguese Syntax, 51-68. John Benjamins.

Hornstein, N. e J. Nunes. 2009. “Some thoughts on adjunction”. In N. Hornstein (2009): A Theory of Syntax, 81-105. Cambridge University Press.

Kato, M. A. e J. Nunes. 2009. “A Uniform Raising Analysis for Standard and Nonstandard Relative Clauses in Brazilian Portuguese”. In J. Nunes (org.): Minimalist Essays on Brazilian Portuguese Syntax, 93-120. John Benjamins.

Martins, A. M. e J. Nunes. 2009. “Syntactic Change as Chain Reaction: The Emergence of Hyper-raising in Brazilian Portuguese”. In P. Crisma e G. Longobardi (orgs.): Historical Syntax and Linguistic Theory, 144-157. Oxford University Press.

Nunes, J. e R. S. Santos. 2009. “Stress Shift as a Diagnostics for Identifying Empty Categories in Brazilian Portuguese”. In J. Nunes (org.): Minimalist Essays on Brazilian Portuguese Syntax, 121-136. John Benjamins.

Nunes, J. e C. Ximenes. 2009. “Preposition Contraction and Morphological Sideward Movement in Brazilian Portuguese”. In J. Nunes (org.): Minimalist Essays on Brazilian Portuguese Syntax, 191-214. John Benjamins.

Nunes, J. e C. Zocca. 2009. “Lack of Morphological Identity and Ellipsis Resolution in Brazilian Portuguese”. In J. Nunes (org.): Minimalist Essays on Brazilian Portuguese Syntax, 215-236. John Benjamins.

Nunes, J. 2008. “Inherent Case as a Licensing Condition for A-movement: The Case of Hyper-raising Constructions in Brazilian Portuguese”. Journal of Portuguese Linguistics 7:83-108.

Nunes, J. 2008. “Preposition Insertion in the Mapping from Spell-Out to PF”. Linguistics in Potsdam 28: Optimality Theory and Minimalism: Interface Theories, 133-156.

Boeckx, C., N. Hornstein e J. Nunes. 2008. “Copy-reflexive and Copy-control Constructions: A Movement Analysis”. Linguistic Variation Yearbook 8, 61-99.

Hornstein, N., A. M. Martins e J. Nunes. 2008. “Perception and Causative Structures in English and European Portuguese: f-Feature Agreement and the Distribution of Bare and Prepositional Infinitives”. Syntax 11:198-222.

Hornstein, N. e J. Nunes. 2008. “Adjunction, Labeling, and Bare Phrase Structure”. Biolinguistics 2:57-86.

Nunes, J. e R. Quadros. 2008. “Phonetically Realized Traces in American Sign Language and Brazilian Sign Language”. In. J. Quer (org.): Signs of the time. Selected papers from TISLR 2004. 177-190. Signum-Verlag.

Nunes, J. 2007. “Triangulismos e a Sintaxe do Português Brasileiro”. In: A. de Castilho et al. (orgs.): Descrição, Aquisição e História do Português Brasileiro, 25-34. Pontes/FAPESP.

Nunes, J. 2007. “Relativized Minimality and the Extended Peeking Principle”. Cuadernos de Lingüística XIV:73-86.

Aoun, J. e J. Nunes. 2007. “Vehicle Change Phenomena as an Argument for Move-F” Linguistic Inquiry 38:525-538.

Boeckx, C., Hornstein, N. e J. Nunes. 2007. “Overt Copies in Reflexive and Control Structures: A Movement Analysis”. University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics 15:1-45

Bošković, Ž. e J. Nunes. 2007. “The Copy Theory of Movement: A View from PF” (escrito com). In N. Corver e J. Nunes (orgs.): The Copy Theory of Movement, 13-74. John Benjamins. 

Corver, N. e J. Nunes. 2007. “From Trace Theory to Copy Theory”. In N. Corver e J. Nunes (orgs.): The Copy Theory of Movement, 1-9. John Benjamins.

Hornstein, N., A. M. Martins e J. Nunes. 2006. “Infinitival Complements of Perception and Causative Verbs: A Case Study on Agreement and Intervention Effects in English and European Portuguese” (escrito com N. Hornstein e A. M. Martins). University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics 14:81-110.

Nunes, J. e R. Quadros. 2006. “Duplication of wh-elements in Brazilian Sign Language” (escrito com R. Quadros). In L. Bateman e C. Ussery (orgs.): NELS 35: Proceedings of the Thirty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, vol. 2, 463-477. GLSA, University of Masschusetts.

Martins, A. M. e J. Nunes. 2005. “Raising Issues in Brazilian and European Portuguese”. Journal of Portuguese Linguistics 4.2:53-77.

Nunes, J. e C. Zocca. 2005. “Morphological identity in ellipsis”. Leiden Papers in Linguistics 2.2, 29-42.                                                      

Ximenes, C. e J. Nunes 2004. “Contraction and Duplication of Prepositions in Coordinated Structures in Brazilian Portuguese”. In V. Chand et al. (orgs.): WCFFL 23: Proceedings of the 23rd ­West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, 815-828. Cascadilla Press, Somerville.

Nunes, J. 2003. “Head Movement, Remnant Movement, and Phonetic Realization of Chains”. Syntax at Sunset 3: Head Movement and Syntactic Theory, 161-177, UCLA/Potsdam  Working Papers in Linguistic.

Nunes, J. 2003. “Explorando a Teoria de Movimento por Cópia no Programa Minimalista”. In: E. Albano et al. (orgs.): Saudades da Língua, 273-284. Mercado de Letras.

Nunes, J. 2002. “VO or OV? That’s the Underlying Question”. In. D. Lightfoot (org.): Syntactic Effects of Morphological Change, 300-306. Oxford University Press.

Hornstein, N. e J. Nunes. 2002. “On Asymmetries between Parasitic Gaps and Across-the-Board Constructions”. Syntax 5.1:26-54.

Nunes, J. 2001. “Sideward Movement”. Linguistic Inquiry 31.2:303-344.

Nunes, J. 2000. “Erasing Erasure”. D.E.L.T.A. 16.2:415-429.

Nunes, J. e J. Uriagereka, 2000. “Cyclicity and Extraction Domains”. Syntax 3.1:20-43.

Nunes, J. 1999. “Linearization of Chains and Phonetic Realization of Chains Links”. In S. Epstein e N. Hornstein (orgs.): Working Minimalism, cap. 9, 217-249. MIT Press.

Nunes, J. 1999. “Some Notes on Procrastinate and Other Economy Matters”. D.E.L.T.A. 15.1:27-55.

Nunes, J. 1998. “Bare X'-Theory and Structures Formed by Movement”. Linguistic Inquiry 29.1:160-168.

Nunes, J. 1998. “Some Notes on Feature Mismatch”. Cadernos de Estudos Lingüísticos 34:33-40.

Nunes, J. 1998. “The Copy Theory of Movement and Linearization of Chains in the Minimalist Program: Summary by the Author”. GLOT  International 8.3:16-17.

Nunes, J. e E. Thompson. 1998. “Appendix”, escrito com E. Thompson. In J. Uriagereka: Rhyme and Reason. An Introduction to Minimalist Syntax, 497-521. MIT Press.

Nunes, J. e E. Thompson. 1998. “Glossary”. In J. Uriagereka: Rhyme and Reason. An Introduction to Minimalist Syntax, 593-608. MIT Press.

Nunes, J. 1996. “On Why Traces Cannot Be Phonetically Realized”. In K. Kusumoto (org.): NELS 26: Proceedings of the North East Linguistic Society, 211-225. GLSA, University of Massachusetts.

Nunes, J. 1995. “The Diachronic Distribution of Bare and To-Infinitives in English”. In H. Andersen (org.):  Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 124: Historical Linguistics 1993, 357-369. John Benjamins.

Nunes, J. 1995. “Ainda o Famigerado Se”. D.E.L.T.A. 11.2:201-240.

Nunes, J. e E. Thompson. 1995. “The Discourse Representation of Temporal Dependencies”, escrito com E. Thompson. In P. Bertinetto et al. (orgs.): Temporal Reference, Aspect, and Actionality. Vol. 1: Semantic and Syntactic Perspectives, 365-379. Rosenberg & Sellier.

Nunes, J. 1994. “Another Look at Lithuanian Impersonal Passives”. Studies in the Linguistic Sciences 24.1-2:347-360.

Nunes, J. 1994. “Concordância de Particípio em Lituano”. Letras de Hoje 29.2:59-83.

Nunes, J. 1994. “Relativizing Case Theory”. In S. Hargus, G. McMenamin e V. Samiian (orgs.): Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL 93), 335-347. California State University.

Nunes, J. 1994. “The Discourse Representation of Tense Sequencing in Narratives”. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 23, 227-246.

Nunes, J. 1994. “Linearization of Non-trivial Chains at PF”. University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics 2:159-177.

Nunes, J. e E. Thompson. 1994. “Intensional Verbs, Tense Structure and Pronominal Reference”. In S. Hargus et al. (orgs.): Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL 93), 348-360. California State University, Fresno.

Nunes, J. 1993. “Direção de Cliticização, Objeto Nulo e Pronome Tônico na Posição de Objeto em Português Brasileiro”. In I. Roberts e M. Kato (orgs.): Português Brasileiro: uma Viagem Diacrônica, cap. VII, 207-222. Editora da UNICAMP.

Nunes, J. 1993. “English Participle Constructions: Evidence for a [+PF,-LF] Case”. University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics 1:66-79.

Kato, M. A. et al. 1993. “Preenchedores Sintáticos nas Fronteiras de Constituintes”, escrito com M. Kato et a. In A. Castilho (org.): Gramática do Português Falado, Vol. III: As Abordagens, 235-271. Editora da UNICAMP.

Nunes, J. e E. Thompson. 1993. “Tense Restrictions on Interclausal Quantifier Binding”. In A. Kathol e M. Bernstein (orgs.): Proceedings of the Tenth East Coast Conference on Linguistics (ESCOL 93), 235-246. Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Cornell University.

Nunes, J. 1992. “English Infinitives and Case Theory”. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 16, 105-120.

Tarallo, F. et al. 1992. “Preenchimento de Fronteiras de Constituintes”, escrito com F. Tarallo et al. In R. Ilari (org.): Gramática do Português Falado, Vol. II: Níveis de Análise Lingüística, 315-353. Editora da UNICAMP.

Nunes, J. 1991. Se Apassivador e Se Indeterminador: o Percurso Diacrônico no Português Brasileiro”. Cadernos de Estudos Lingüísticos 20, 33-57.

Nunes, J. 1991. “Se Apassivador: Contra a Absorção de Nominativo”. Anais da V Reunião da ANPOLL, 550-562. ANPOLL.

Tarallo, F., J. Ramos e J. Nunes. 1991. “A Sociolingüística Paramétrica”, escrito com Anais da V Reunião da ANPOLL, 513-520. ANPOLL.

Nunes, J. 1989. “Diálogos Dirigidos”. In P. Coudry e E. Fontão: Fala Brasil: Português para Estrangeiros, 228-232. Pontes.

Nunes, J. 1987. “Alguns Aspectos do Controle da Adjetivação”. Letras  (PUCCAMP) 6: 5-12.

Nunes, J. 1986. “Orações Adjetivas e Formações Discursivas”. Letras (PUCCAMP) 5:15-23.

 

Tese de doutorado

“The Copy Theory of Movement and Linearization of Chains in the Minimalist Program”, University of Maryland at College Park, 1995.

 

Dissertação de mestrado

“O Famigerado Se: Uma Análise Sincrônica e Diacrônica das Construções com Se Apassivador e Indeterminador”, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, 1990.

 
Disciplinas: 

Graduação:

Elementos de Linguística I

Elementos de Linguística II

Sintaxe: Fundamentos de Análise e Descrição Sintáticas

 

Pós-graduação:

Sintaxe Gerativa Comparada: Português Brasileiro e Português Europeu

Tópicos em Sintaxe Minimalista: Questões sobre o Movimento Sintático

Introdução ao Minimalismo