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Volume 9 (2016)

Edited by András Bárány and J.M.M. Brown

  1. James Baker
    Split intransitivity in English
    9:1-34
  2. Caroline Appleby
    Negation in Baltic Middle Low German
    9:35-81
  3. Christopher Hicks
    A syntactic account for the parametric variation of the Number feature
    9:82-107
  4. Kari Kinn
    Null arguments in Old Norwegian:
    Interaction between pronouns and functional domains
    9:108-129
  5. Richard Stockwell
    Labelling in Syntax
    9:130-155
  6. Hannah Blythe
    Resumption in English:
    An investigation of usage and acceptability
    9:156-183
  7. Jamie Douglas
    Unifying the that-trace and anti-that-trace effects
    9:184-211
  8. Margaret Deuchar, Kevin Donnelly, and Caroline Piercy
    "Mae pobl monolingual yn minority": Factors favouring the production of code-switching by Welsh-English bilingual speakers
    9:212-234
  9. Luigi Andriani
    The modal value of ancora/angór?
    9:235-245
  10. Arthur Thompson
    Who Moo-ved my Cow?
    The Lexicalization of Onomatopoeia and Imitative Shift in Mandarin
    9:246-253

Volume 8:
Proceedings of 'Interactions between syntax and semantics across frameworks'

Edited by J.M.M. Brown and András Bárány

  1. J.M.M. Brown, András Bárány, Luke Burke, Patrick D. Elliott and Tom Stanton:
    Scope of the workshop
    8:01-6
  2. J.M.M. Brown:
    Apparently semantically-motivated extraction in an autonomous syntax
    8:6-22
  3. Lucía Contreras-García:
    The syntax-semantics interface in generative, parallel and functional frameworks
    8:23-40
  4. Hannah Gibson:
    The dynamics of structure building in Rangi: at the syntax-semantics interface
    8:41-55
  5. Matthew Gotham:
    Towards Glue Semantics for Minimalist syntax
    8:56-83
  6. Georg Höhn:
    Demonstratives and personal pronouns
    8:84-105

Volume 7

Edited by James N. Chancharu, Xuhui Freddy Hu and Moreno Mitrovic

  1. Theresa Biberauer and Ian Roberts:
    Rethinking formal hierarchies: a proposed unification
    7:01-31
  2. Jamie A. Douglas:
    Agreement (and disagreement) among relatives
    7:33-60
  3. Chi-Hé Elder:
    Classifying conditionals: the case of metalinguistic if you like
    7:61-82
  4. James N. Chancharu:
    The conceptual network approach to semantic typology: introduction and application
    7:83-134
  5. Xuhui Hu:
    English resultatives revisited
    7:135-157

Volume 6

Edited by James N. Chancharu, Xuhui Freddy Hu and Moreno Mitrovic

  1. Michelle Sheehan:
    A new take on partial control: defective thematic intervention
    6:01-47
  2. J. Joseph Perry:
    Agreeing with nothing: opacity and the implications of the minimalist program for phonology
    6:49-62
  3. Minyao Huang:
    Manifestation of vagueness in language use: two experiments
    6:63-94
  4. John Torr:
    Phasing out phases and re-relativizing relativized minimality
    6:96-129
  5. Sophia Gilman:
    Comparative method algorithm
    6:131-175
  6. Chi-Hé Elder:
    The underlying conditionality of conditionals which do not use if
    6:177-200
  7. Jenneke van der Wal:
    Subject agreement and the EPP in Bantu agreeing inversion
    6:201-236
  8. Alison Biggs:
    Restructuring the tough approach to the Mandarin long passive
    6:237-266
  9. Theresa Biberauer and Ian Roberts:
    Towards a parameter hierarchy for auxiliaries: diachronic considerations
    6:267-294
  10. Naveed Ahmad and Napoleon Katsos:
    Text simplification of legal English: laws on women's rights in Pakistan
    6:295-310
  11. Jeffrey Watumull:
    The computability and computational complexity of generativity
    6:311-329

Volume 5

Edited by Alastair Appleton, Elliott Lash and Marius L. J&oslah;hndal

  1. Lluïsa Astruc, Pilar Prieto, Elinor Payne, Brechtje Post and Maria del Mar Vanrell:
    Acquisition of tonal targets in Catalan, Spanish, and English
    5:01-14
  2. Silvio Cruschina:
    The syntactic role of discourse-related features
    5:15-30
  3. Esuna Dugarova:
    Intervention effects in English and Russian speakers' L2 Chinese wh-questions
    5:31-45
  4. Neil Myler:
    Linearization and post-syntactic operations in the Quechua DP
    5:46-66
  5. George Walkden:
    Deriving the Final-over-Final Constraint from third factor considerations
    5:67-72

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Volume 4

Edited by Elliott Lash, Yi-An Lin and Thomas Rainsford

  1. Glenda Newton:
    Exploring the nature of the syntax-phonology interface:
    A post-syntactic account of the Old Irish verbal system
    4.1:01-20
  2. Theresa Biberauer
    Semi null-subject languages, expletives and expletive pro reconsidered
    4.2:01-45
  3. Ruth Cumming:
    Should rhythm metrics take account of fundamental frequency?
    4.3:01-16

Volume 3

Edited by Elliott Lash, Yi-An Lin and Thomas Rainsford

  1. David Willis
    A minimalist approach to Jespersen's cycle in Welsh
    3:01-23
  2. Theresa Biberauer and Ian Roberts:
    Subject, Tense and Verb Movement in Germanic and Romance
    3:24-43
  3. Shih-Chieh Chien:
    A Cognitive Analysis of the Relationships between Chinese EFL Writers' Strategy
    Use and Writing Achievement Performance
    3:44-61

Volume 2

Edited by Faye Chalcraft and Efthymios Sipetzis | ISBN 0-9546775-1-X

  1. Lluïsa Astruc-Aguilera:
    The form and function of extra-sentential elements
    2:01-25
  2. Theresa Biberauer and Marc Richards:
    Keeping movement motivated: optionality without the tears
    2:27-45
  3. Faye Chalcraft:
    Syntactic variation and synonymy
    2:47-65
  4. Joanne Chapter:
    Balance in the diachronic development of vowel systems: a case of HoTHoP
    2:67-85
  5. Evangelia Daskalaki:
    The external category of free relatives: Evidence from Modern Greek
    2:87-107
  6. Mark J. Jones:
    An experimental acoustic study of dental and interdental non-sibilant fricatives
    in the speech of a single speaker
    2:109-128
  7. Katherine Ketner:
    Palatalization and Featural Morphemes in Czech
    2:129-147
  8. Glenda Newton:
    The Old Irish double system of verbal inflection: towards a synchronic analysis
    2:149-171
  9. Elinor Payne:
    Rises and rise-plateau-slumps in Trevigiano
    2:173-186
  10. Efthymios Sipetzis:
    On the diachrony of Greek: facts and implications
    2:187-210
  11. Jiranthara Srioutai:
    The (non-) progressive in Thai
    2:211-234
  12. Marina Terkourafi:
    Socialising Grice: On interlocutors' reasons for co-operating in conversation
    2:235-247

Volume 1

Edited by Lluïsa Astruc and Marc Richards | ISBN 0-9546775-0-1

  1. Lluïsa Astruc:
    Right-dislocations: influence of information structure on prosodic phrasing and intonation
    1:01-14
  2. Theresa Biberauer:
    Reconsidering the EPP and Spec-TP in Germanic
    1:15-40
  3. Theresa Biberauer and Ian Roberts:
    Evidence that V2 involves two movements: a reply to Müller
    1:15-40
  4. Fiorieneke Bonthuis:
    Logic in syntax
    1:41-62
  5. Paul de Lacy
    Conflation and Hierarchies
    1:63-82
  6. Raffaella Folli, Heidi Harley and Simin Karimi:
    Determinants of event type in Persian complex predicates
    1:83-100
  7. Casilda García de la Maza:
    A lexical approach to the derivation of the English Middle construction
    1:101-126
  8. Mark J. Jones:
    The Origin of Retroflex Plosives in Italian, Sardinian, and Corsican Dialects
    1:127-146
  9. Rachael-Anne Knight:
    The Realisation of Intonational Plateaux: Effects of Foot Structure
    1:147-156
  10. Elinor Payne:
    The structural impact of phonetic detail: Italian consonant gemination revisited
    1:157-164
  11. Marc Richards:
    Keeping Order at PF
    1:165-182
  12. Efthymios Sipetzis:
    On structural changes in the evolution of the Greek case system
    1:183-204
  13. Mark Wainwright:
    On the meaning of movement
    1:205-224
  14. David Willis:
    Syntactic lexicalisation as a third type of degrammaticalisation
    1:225-1

Archive

  • Vol. 8 June 2015. Special edition: proceedings.
    J.M.M. Brown and András Bárány (eds.)
  • Vol. 7 April 2015.
    James N. Chancharu, Xuhui Freddy Hu and Moreno Mitrovic (eds.)
  • Vol. 6 November 2012.
    James N. Chancharu, Xuhui Freddy Hu and Moreno Mitrovic (eds.)
  • Vol. 5 December 2009.
    Alastair Appleton, Elliott Lash and Marius L. Jøhndal (eds.)
  • Vol. 4 August 2008.
    Elliott Lash, Yi-An Lin and Thomas Rainsford (eds.)
  • Vol. 3 April 2008.
    Elliott Lash, Yi-An Lin and Thomas Rainsford (eds.)
  • Vol. 2 November 2005.
    Faye Chalcraft and Efthymios Sipetzis (eds.)
  • Vol. 1 March 2004.
    Lluïsa Astruc and Marc Richards (eds.)
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  • For Vols. 1 and 2, only abstracts are made electronically available as these volumes were printed.