Ad Neeleman

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Adriaan Dirk Neeleman (born November 7, 1964, Rotterdam) is a Dutch linguist based in the UK. He is Professor of Linguistics at University College London.[1]

He completed his PhD at the University of Utrecht in 1994. His research focusses on syntax, semantics and phonology, and particularly on the interfaces between them.[1] His work is part of the tradition of generative grammar.[citation needed]

Neeleman is co-author of the monographs Flexible Syntax: A Theory of Case and Arguments (1998; with Fred Weerman) and Beyond Morphology (2004; with Peter Ackema).


  1. ^ a b "professor Ad Neeleman". University College London. Retrieved 15 December 2010.