Prof. Citko’s research centers on syntactic theory, syntax-semantics interface and the syntax of Polish. Within these general areas, She works on topics involving phrase structure, relative clauses, wh-questions and coordination. She is also an Associate Editor of the Journal of Slavic Linguistics and the Alternate Graduate Program Coordinator.
- Kirby Conrod. "Pronouns Raising and Emerging." Diss. U of Washington, 2019.
- Giltner, Dakota. "Head-Raising and Head-Matching in Russian Relative Clauses: Diagnostics Study". Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2017/2018.
- Kathleen Manlove. "How peripheral a phenomenon is it?: On the interaction of DP-internal ellipsis, degree inversion, and islands." Diss. U of Washington, 2016.
- Katherine E King. "Mixed Gender Agreement in Russian DPs." MA Thesis. U of Washington, 2015.
- Andelian, Ashley. "Multiple Agreement in Bantu." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2014/2015.
- Bradley Larson. "In- or Ex-situ?: A diagnosis of Right-Node Raising." Honors Thesis, U of Washington, 2006/2007.
- "Intonational licensing of French WH in-situ questions: An Agree-based approach." MA Thesis. U of Washington, 2008/2009.