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Published volumes

Volume 5, December 2009

Edited by Alastair Appleton, Elliott Lash and Marius L. Jøhndal

Department of Linguistics, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Volume 4, August 2008

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

Department of Linguistics, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Volume 3, April 2008

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

Department of Linguistics, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Volume 2, 2005

Edited by Faye Chalcraft and Efthymios Sipetzis

Department of Linguistics, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (ISBN 0-9546775-1-X)

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

Volume 1, 2004

Edited by Lluïsa Astruc and Marc Richards

Department of Linguistics, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (ISBN 0-9546775-0-1)

  • Lluïsa Astruc, Right-dislocations: influence of information structure on prosodic phrasing and intonation (abstract) 1–14
  • Theresa Biberauer, Reconsidering the EPP and Spec-TP in Germanic (abstract) 15–40
  • Theresa Biberauer and Ian Roberts, Evidence that V2 involves two movements: a reply to Müller (abstract) 41–62
  • Fiorieneke Bonthuis, Logic in syntax (abstract) 63–82
  • Paul de Lacy, Conflation and Hierarchies (abstract) 83–100
  • Raffaella Folli, Heidi Harley and Simin Karimi, Determinants of event type in Persian complex predicates (abstract) 101–126
  • Casilda García de la Maza, A lexical approach to the derivation of the English Middle construction (abstract) 127–146
  • Mark J. Jones, The Origin of Retroflex Plosives in Italian, Sardinian, and Corsican Dialects (abstract) 147–156
  • Rachael-Anne Knight, The Realisation of Intonational Plateaux: Effects of Foot Structure (abstract) 157–164
  • Elinor Payne, The structural impact of phonetic detail: Italian consonant gemination revisited (abstract) 165–182
  • Marc Richards, Keeping Order at PF (abstract) 183–204
  • Efthymios Sipetzis, On structural changes in the evolution of the Greek case system (abstract) 205–224
  • Mark Wainwright, On the meaning of movement (abstract) 225–250
  • David Willis, Syntactic lexicalisation as a third type of degrammaticalisation (abstract) 251–274
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