Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2017

Selected papers from 'Going Romance' 31, Bucharest

Editors
| ‘Iorgu Iordan – Alexandru Rosetti’ Institute of Linguistics & University of Bucharest
| ‘Iorgu Iordan – Alexandru Rosetti’ Institute of Linguistics & University of Bucharest
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This volume contains a selection of 18 peer-reviewed papers presented at the 31st edition of Going Romance. Phenomena found in Romance languages (European Portuguese, French, Italian, Spanish, Romanian), in Romance dialects (Cosentino, Salentino, southern Calabrese, Neapolitan, and Trevigiano), and even in creoles with a Romance lexifier (Makista and Kristang) either benefit from in-depth analyses confined to one single variety, or are subjected to comparative analysis (dialect vs standard language, dialect vs different major language(s), cross-dialectal comparison, cross-Romance comparison, and even comparison of language families). Theoretical and experimental approaches complement one another, as do diachrony and synchrony. Individually and as a whole, these contributions show how the Romance languages contribute to a better understanding of issues which are relevant in the current linguistic landscape: acquisition, n-words, ellipsis phenomena, focus and polarity, ditransitive constructions, grammaticalization theory, differential object marking, language ecology, event structure, cyclicity, passives and many more.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 355]  Expected December 2021.  vi, 377 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Adina Dragomirescu and Alexandru Nicolae
2–8
The acquisition of verbal passives by Portuguese-speaking children: Some data from comprehension
Celina Agostinho and Anna Gavarró Algueró
10–27
Plus in the French negative system: A presuppositional and non-quantificational n-word
Pascal Amsili and Claire Beyssade
30–47
An experimental approach to parallelism in ellipsis: The case of pro-drop in Romance gapping
Gabriela Bîlbîie and Israel De La Fuente
50–71
On focal and wh-projections, indirect wh-questions, and quantificational chains
Caterina Bonan
74–90
Is there a dative alternation in Romanian? Remarks on the cross-categorial variation of datives in ditransitive constructions
Alexandra Cornilescu and Alina Tigău
92–109
The interpretation of null subjects in Romanian: An information-structure approach for comparative analysis
Mara Frascarelli
112–134
Verum focus and Romanian polar questions
Ion Giurgea
136–155
The downward grammaticalisation of irrealis subordinators in Romanian, Salentino and southern Calabrese
Kim A. Groothuis
158–170
Differential object marking: What type of licensing?
Monica Alexandrina Irimia
172–192
The effects of language ecology on syntactic structure: A look at Kristang and Makista
Robert W. Laub
194–203
The syntactic distribution of raddoppiamento fonosinttatico in Cosentino: A phase-theoretic account
Adam Ledgeway
206–237
The causative-inchoative alternation (as we know it) might fall short: Crosslanguage systematicities and untapped data from Romance and Greek
M. Eugenia Mangialavori Rasia
240–261
On wh-extraction in de+que constructions in Spanish
Gabriel Martínez Vera
264–276
On another apparent violation of the subject-island constraint in French
Guido Mensching and Franziska Werner
278–296
Moving towards an event: The Romanian prepositional supine construction
Elena Soare
298–310
Cyclicity without containment in Romanian perfects
Donca Steriade
312–334
Dative clitics in Romanian ditransitives
Alina Tigău and Klaus von Heusinger
336–355
Syntactic vs pragmatic passive: Evidence from Romanian
Andra Vasilescu
358–372
Index
373
Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CF/2AD – Linguistics/Romance, Italic & Rhaeto-Romanic languages
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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