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  1. Vicente, Luis. under review a. Raising (and addressing) issues in discourse. In Jenny Audrings and Sander Lestrade (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 2016. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  2. Vicente, Luis. under review b. ATB extraction without coordination. In Christopher Hammerly and Brandon Picket (eds.) Proceedings of NELS 46. Amherst: GLSA.
  3. Messick, Troy, Andrés Saab, and Luis Vicente. under review c. Deep properties of a surface anaphor: on the contextual restriction of sluicing sites. Linguistic Inquiry.
  4. Vicente, Luis. to appear a. Sluicing and its subtypes. In Tanja Temmerman and Jeroen van Craenenbroeck (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Ellipsis. Oxford: Oxford University Press (invited contribution).
  5. Vicente, Luis. to appear b. Free vs. bound variables and the taxonomy of gaps. Natural Language Semantics
  6. Barros, Matthew, and Luis Vicente. 2016. A Remnant Condition for ellipsis. In Kyeongmin Kim, Pocholo Umbal, Trevor Block, Queenie Chan, Tanie Cheng, Kelly Finney, Mara Katz, Sophie Nickel-Thompson, and Lisa Shorten (eds.) Proceedings of WCCFL 33, 57-66. Somerset: Cascadilla Press.
  7. Vicente. Luis. 2015. Morphological case mismatches under sluicing. Snippets 29:16-17.
  8. Cheng, Lisa, and Luis Vicente. 2013. Verb doubling in Mandarin Chinese. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 15(1):1-37.
  9. Vicente, Luis. 2013. On the causes of Superiority effects in Spanish: preliminary results and prospects. Catalan Journal of Linguistics 12:283-300 (invited contribution).
  10. Depiante, Marcela, and Luis Vicente. 2012. El movimiento y la morfología del verbo. In Josep Brucart and Angel Gallego (eds.) El movimiento de constituyentes, 95-106. Madrid: Visor Libros (invited contribution).
  11. Barros, Matthew, and Luis Vicente. 2011. Right Node Raising requires both ellipsis and multidominance. In Lauren Friedman (ed.) UPenn Working Papers in Linguistics 17(1):1-9.
  12. Vicente, Luis. 2010a. On the syntax of adversative coordination. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 28(2):381-415.
  13. Vicente, Luis. 2010b. A note on the movement analysis of gapping. Linguistic Inquiry 43(3):509-517.
  14. Vicente, Luis. 2010c. A note on the copy vs. multidominance theories of movement. Catalan Journal of Linguistics. 9:75-98 (invited contribution).
  15. Vicente, Luis. 2009. An alternative to remnant movement for partial predicate fronting. Syntax 12(2):180-213.
  16. Lipták, Anikó, and Luis Vicente. 2009. Pronominal doubling under predicate topicalization. Lingua 119(5):650-686.
  17. Rodrigues, Cilene, Andrew Nevins, and Luis Vicente. 2009. Cleaving the interactions between sluicing and P-stranding. In Danièle Torck and Leo W. Wetzels (eds.) Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2006, 245-270. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  18. Vicente, Luis. 2008. El movimiento del verbo y el análisis antisimétrico del euskera. In Iñigo Arteatx, Xabier Artiagoitia, and Arantzazu Elordieta (eds.) Antisimetria hipotesia vs. buru parametroa: euskararen oinarrizko hurrenkera ezbaian, 157-181. Leioa: Universidad del País Vasco (invited contribution).
  19. Vicente, Luis. 2006. Short negative replies in Spanish. In Bettelou Los and Jeroen van de Weijer (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 23, 99-110. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  20. Vicente, Luis. 2005a. Towards a unified theory of movement: an argument from Spanish predicate clefts. In Martin Salzmann and Luis Vicente (eds.) Leiden Papers in Linguistics 2(3):43-67.
  21. Vicente, Luis. 2005b. Licensing objects with and without movement. In John Alderete, Chung-Hye Han, and Alexei Kochetov (eds.) Proceedings of WCCFL 24, 362-369. Somerset: Cascadilla Press.
  22. Vicente, Luis, and Mark de Vos. 2005. Coordination under Right Node Raising. In John Alderete, Chung-Hye Han, and Alexei Kochetov (eds.) Proceedings of WCCFL 24, 97-104. Somerset: Cascadilla Press.
  23. Vicente, Luis. 2004a. Inversion, reconstruction, and the structure of relative clauses. In Julie Auger, Clancy Clemens, and Barbara Vance (eds.) Contemporary approaches to Romance linguistics, 316-335. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  24. Vicente, Luis. 2004b. Derived vs. base-generated OV. In Boban Arsenijević, Noureddine Elouazizi, Martin Salzmann, and Mark de Vos (eds.) Leiden Papers in Linguistics 1(1):83-96.