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Volume 10 (2017)

Edited by Chenchen Song and James Baker

  1. Hanna Danbolt Ajer
    The middle voice, valency and Aktionsart in the Arabic verb
    10:1–21
  2. Samuel Andersson
    Safety in numbers: Geminates in Lisbon Portuguese
    10:22–37
  3. Theresa Biberauer
    Factors 2 and 3: A principled approach
    10:38–65
  4. Jamie Douglas
    Control into infinitival relatives
    10:66–87
  5. Craig Sailor
    Negative inversion without negation
    10:88–110
  6. Julia Schwarz
    The interrelation between prosodic patterns and phonemic inventory: A comparative study of challenges and learning strategies in early English language acquisition
    10:111–151
  7. Chenchen Song
    Prosodically-driven morphosyntactic change? Revisiting the history of Chinese disyllabic words
    10:152–196
  8. Thomas Jolyon Wood
    The geometrical structure of linguistic theory: The case of Russian split scrambling
    10:197–236
  9. Chris Menying Xia
    Psychotypology of Chinese learners of English and its influence on the acquisition of metaphorical expressions: An offline study
    10:237–255
  10. Hanna Danbolt Ajer
    Ambipositions: A symptom of disharmony? An investigation of ambipositions and disharmony in Western Uralic languages
    10:256–266
  11. Gwóźdź, Maja
    The challenges of cross-linguistic parsing
    10:267–278

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
    8:1–6
  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
    6:1–47
  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
    5:1–14
  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
    3:1–23
  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
    2:1–25
  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
    1:1–14
  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. 10 August 2017.
    Chenchen Song and James Baker (eds.)
  • Vol. 9 April 2016.
    J.M.M. Brown and András Bárány (eds.)
  • 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.