Contemporary Research in Romance Linguistics

Papers from the XXII Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, El Paso/Juárez, February 22–24, 1992

Editors
Jon Amastae | University of Texas at El Paso
Grant Goodall | University of Texas at El Paso
M. Montalbetti | University of Texas at El Paso
M. Phinney | University of Texas at El Paso
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ISBN 9781556195778 (USA) | USD 188.00
 
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This volume contains 23 papers selected from those presented at the 22nd Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages. The papers address issues in phonology, morphology, syntax/semantics from contemporary theoretical perspectives. In addition, in keeping with the symposium's US-Mexico location and commemoration of the twin quincentenaries of Columbus' first voyage and the publication of Nebrija's grammar, several papers focus on the history of linguistic theory, language contact, variation, and change.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 123]  1995.  viii, 381 pp.
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BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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