After completing her PhD in linguistics at Stanford University in 1990, Prof Dalrymple joined Xerox PARC and spent 13 years there as a researcher. In 2004, she joined Oxford after spending a year at King’s College London.
• Syntactic properties of human languages and how they can guide the process of assembling meanings of words and phrases into meanings of larger phrases and sentences
• Dusner. (Mary Dalrymple and Suriel Mofu) Lincom Academic Publishers, 2012.
• Plural semantics, reduplication, and numeral modification in Indonesian. (Mary Dalrymple and Suriel Mofu) Journal of Semantics 29(2), 229-260. May 2012.
• Objects and Information Structure. (Mary Dalrymple and Irina Nikolaeva) Cambridge University Press, 2011.
• The prosody-semantics interface. (Mary Dalrymple and Louise Mycock) Proceedings of LFG2011, Hong Kong, July 2011.
• Constraints on Operator Binding in Malayalam. In Reality Exploration and Discovery: Pattern Interaction in Language & Life. A Festschrift for K.P. Mohanan, ed. Linda Uyechi and Lian Hee Wee. CSLI Publications, Stanford, 2010.
• A linguistic and computational morphosyntactic analysis for the applicative -i in Indonesian. (I Wayan Arka, Avery Andrews, Mary Dalrymple, Meladel Mistica and Jane Simpson) Proceedings of LFG2009, Cambridge, July 2009.