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Avis de parution | Michela RUSSO

Publié le 23 février 2022 Mis à jour le 28 février 2022
Avis de parution Michela RUSSO
Avis de parution Michela RUSSO

Nous avons le plaisir de vous annoncer la parution d'un nouvel ouvrage.

VOL. 8 NO. 2 (2022)
ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTIC THEORY 17

Isogloss Journal (Special Issue) 8.2/2022 (RLLT series 17)

RLLT 17. INTRODUCTION TO THE VOLUME


AUTHORS :
ORA MATUSHANSKY ; LAURENT ROUSSARIE ; MICHELA RUSSO ; ELENA SOARE ; SOPHIE WAUQUIER

ABSTRACT :
Introductory notes to the Romance Language and Linguistic Theory 17 volume

KEYWORDS :
Introduction, Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory


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TABLE DES MATIERES :

Introduction (Ora Matushansky, Laurent Roussarie, Michela Russo, Elena Soare, Sophie Wauquier)

[1] Elena Soare and Isabelle Roy ( U.Paris 8 & CNRS SFL / U.Nantes & CNRS LLing )
Arguments and modifiers in deverbal nominals: Romanian Genitives and de-PPs

[2] Aurore Gonzalez and Justin Royer (U. Milano-Bicocca & McGill University)
An expletive negation unlike any other in Québec French: Exploring a ‘complex NPI’ analysis

[3] Suzana Fong (MIT, Department of Linguistics and Philosophy)
Distinguishing between accounts of the A/A'-distinction: the view from Argentinian Spanish Clitic Doubling

[4] Kryzzya Gómez, Maia Duguine and Hamida Demirdache (U. Nantes/CNRS & IKER/CNRS)
Interpretive asymmetries between null and overt PRO in complement and adjunct infinitives in (Colombian) Spanish

[5] Edward J. Rubin (University of Utah)
PCC Effects with Expletives and Non-Associate Postverbal Subjects in Bolognese

[6] Naomi Kurtz (University of Chicago)
Persons and Pronouns: Exploring Clitics in Judeo-Spanish

[7] Pierre Larrivée (Université de Caen Normandie)
Is Medieval French diglossic? New evidence on remnant V2 and register

[8] Wyn Francis Shaw (University of Oxford)
Old French Si, Syntax and Function in Diachrony

[9] Irene Amato (Universität Leipzig)
Auxiliary selection is Agree argument-structure-based and person-driven splits

[10] Valentina Bianchi and Silvio Cruschina (U. Siena & U. Helsinki)
Ignorance and competence implicatures in central Sicilian polar questions

[11] Emanuela Sanfelici and Camilla Gallina (University of Padua)
The timing of production: on the acquisition of Italian prepositions

[12] Birgit Alber and Joaquim Kokkelmans (Free University of Bozen/Bolzano)
Typology and language change: The case of truncation

[13] Eirini Apostolopoulou (Free University of Verona)
Where r you going? A typology of long-distance metathesis of liquids

[14] Heglyn Pimenta (University of Tours)
The matter with |U| and |I|: on nasal vowel diphthongization and element asymmetry

[15] Anna Gazdik (University of Graz)
On the prosodic realization of Spanish ¿no?-tags from a pragmatic perspective

[16] Annie Helms (University of California, Berkeley)
Bay Area Spanish: regional sound change in contact languages

[17] Gianluca E. Lebani and Giuliana Giusti ( Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)
Indefinite determiners in two northern Italian dialects. A quantitative approach.

[18] Ludovico Franco and Paolo Lorusso (University of Florence)
On the interpretation of proper temporal adverbs in Italian: the role of P and D.

[19] Francesco Pinzin and Cecilia Poletto (Goethe Universität Frankfurt a.M.)
An indefinite maze: on the distribution of partitives and bare nouns in the Northern Italian dialects

[20] Tommaso Mattiuzzi (Goethe Universität Frankfurt a.M.)
This might be the place. Spelling out a covert D in Fodom spatial PPs