Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2003

Selected papers from ‘Going Romance’ 2003, Nijmegen, 20–22 November

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| Radboud University, Nijmegen
| Radboud University, Nijmegen
| Radboud University, Nijmegen
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The annual Going Romance conference is the major European discussion forum for theoretically relevant research on Romance languages where current ideas about language in general and about Romance languages in particular are tested. Starting with the thirteenth conference held in 1999, volumes with selected papers of the conferences are published under the title Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory, This is the fifth such volume, containing a selection of papers that have been presented at the seventeenth Going Romance conference, held at the Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands) from 20–22 November 2003. The three-day program included a workshop on ‘Diachronic Phonology’. The present volume contains a broad range of articles dealing not only with syntax and phonology, but also with morphology, semantics and acquisition of the Romance languages.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 270]  2005.  viii, 369 pp.
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Table of Contents
An Integrated Approach to Variation in OT: Evidence from Brazilian Portuguese and Picard
Walcir Cardoso
1–13
On Facts in the Syntax and Semantics of Italian
Denis Delfitto
15–35
On the Status of Stems in Morphological Theory
David Embick and Morris Halle
37–62
Italian [VN] Compound Nouns: A Case for a Syntactic Approach to Word Formation
Franca Ferrari-Bridgers
63–79
The Development of Liquids from Latin to Campidanian Sardinian: The Role of Contrast and Structural Similarity
Chiara Frigini
81–96
Clitic Placement and the Position of Subjects in the History of European Portuguese
Charlotte Galves and Maria Carlota Amaral Paixão Rosa
97–113
Subject Inversion in Spanish Relatice Clauses: A case of Prosody- Induced Word order Variation without Narrow Focus
Rodrigo Gutièrrez-Bravo
115–128
Attrition and Interpretable Features
Corine Helland
129–142
Acceleration in Bilingual First Language Acquisition
Tanja Kupisch
143–159
‘Focus VS’: A Special Type of French NP subject inversion
Karen Lahousse
161–176
Aspectual Quantization and [±] Accusative Case Checking in Romance
Juan Martín
177–196
Strata, Yes; Structure Preservation, No. Evidence from Spanish
Iggy Roca
197–218
Durational Asymmetries and the Theory of Quantity: Temporal Proportions at Phonetic Interface
Mario Saltarelli
219–234
What Lenition and Fortition Tell us about Gallo-Romance Muta cum Liquida
Tobias Scheer and Philippe Ségéral
235–267
The Lazy Frenchman’s Approach to the Subjunctive: Speculations on Reference to Worlds and Semantics Defaults in the Analysis of Mood
Philippe Schlenker
269–309
Vowel Centralization in Romanian Verbs of Slavic Origin: Deliberate Exploitation of an Indigenous Sound Change?
Kim Schulte
311–325
On the Rumanian kt>pt Shift: Coda Lenition or Melodic Contamination?
Delphine Seigneur-Froli and Claudine Pagliano
327–342
Evidence for a Cue-based Theory of Language Change and Language Acquisition: The Null Object in Brazilian Portuguese
Ruth E.V. Lopes and Sonia M. L. Cyrino
343–359
Subject Index
361–363
Author Index
365–369
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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