Foley, Steven (in preparation). Agreement in the languages of the Caucasus. In The Oxford Handbook of Languages of the Caucasus, ed. Maria Polinsky. Oxford University Press.
Foley, Steven (in preparation). Conspiracies and constraint interactions in South Caucasian agreement morphology. Manuscript, UC Santa Cruz.
Foley, Steven & Maziar Toosarvandani (in preparation). Zapotec Gender–Case Constraints and their implications for Agree. Manuscript, UC Santa Cruz.
Foley, Steven & Matt Wagers (in preparation). Parsing preferences in Georgian relative clause processing. Manuscript, UC Santa Cruz.
Foley, Steven, Nick Kalivoda, & Maziar Toosarvandani (to appear). Gender–Case Constraints in Zapotec. In the Proceedings of the 22nd Workshop on Structure and Constituency in Languages of the Americas (WSCLA 22).
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Foley, Steven (to appear). Morphological conspiracies in Georgian and Optimal Vocabulary Insertion. In the Proceedings of the 52nd Chicago Linguistics Society, eds. Jessica Kantarovich, Tran Truong, & Orest Xherija.
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Foley, Steven & Matt Wagers (2018). The Subject Gap Advantage in a flexible word-order language: Reading time evidence from Georgian. Paper to be presented at the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA 2018). Salt Lake City, UT. January 4–7.
Foley, Steven & Matt Wagers (2017). The Subject Gap Preference in a split-ergative language: Reading time evidence from Georgian. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistics Society (NELS 48). University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland. October 27–29.
Foley, Steven & Matt Wagers (2017). Subject gaps are still easiest: Relative clause processing and Georgian split ergativity. Poster presented at the 30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing (CUNY 30). MIT, Cambridge, MA. March 30 – April 1.
Adler, Jeff, Steven Foley, Jed Pizarro-Guevara, Kelsey Sasaki, & Maziar Toosarvandani (2017). The derivation of verb-initiality of Santiago Laxopa Zapotec. Paper presented at Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages of the Americas Annual Meeting (SSILA 2017). Austin, TX. January 5–8.