Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2018

Selected papers from 'Going Romance' 32, Utrecht

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| Utrecht University
| Utrecht University
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This volume contains a peer reviewed selection of invited contributions, papers and posters that were presented at the 2018 venue of Going Romance (XXXII) in Utrecht (a four day program that included two thematic workshops).

The papers all discuss data and formalized analyses of one or more Romance languages or dialects, in either synchronic or diachronic perspective, and pay particular attention to the variation and the actual variability that is at stake, not only in syntax and morpho-syntax but also in semantics and phonology. Beyond the discussion of differences between languages and/or dialects from a formalist perspective, the volume also contains a number of papers linking the theme of variation to sociolinguistic issues such as natural bilingualism and micro-contact.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 357]  Expected December 2021.  vi, 320 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Frank Drijkoningen, Sergio Baauw and Luisa Meroni
2–10
Chapter 1. Processing clitic pronouns outside coargumenthood
Valentina Brunetto
12–24
Chapter 2. Infinitival complement clauses: Data from L2 acquisition of European Portuguese
Aida Cardoso, Inês Duarte and Ana Lúcia Santos
26–48
Chapter 3. Focus fronting vs. wh-movement: Evidence from Sardinian
Silvio Cruschina
50–69
Chapter 4. The varieties of temporal anaphora and temporal coincidence
Hamida Demirdache
72–95
The structure and interpretation of ‘non-matching’ split interrogatives in Spanish
Olga Fernández-Soriano
98–115
Differential object marking and scale reversals
Monica Alexandrina Irimia and Anna Pineda
118–130
Chapter 7. Contact phenomena: The I-language of a bilingual
Luis López
132–149
Chapter 8. -ŋ plurals in North Lombard varieties: Differential plural marking and phases
Maria Rita Manzini, Leonardo M. Savoia and Benedetta Baldi
152–170
Chapter 9. Brazilian and European Portuguese and Holmberg’s 2005 typology of null subject languages
Ana Maria Martins and Jairo Nunes
172–190
Chapter 10. Aspect in the acquisition of the Spanish locative paradigm by Italian L2 learners
Silvia Perpiñán and Rafael Marín
192–204
Chapter 11. Catalan nativization patterns in the light of weighted scalar constraints
Claudia Pons-Moll and Francesc Torres-Tamarit
206–223
Chapter 12. Temporal marking and (in)accessibility in Capeverdean
Fernanda Pratas
226–247
Chapter 13. Very …. extracted: On old Italian molto
Cecilia Poletto and Cecilia Poletto
250–262
Chapter 14. On adverbial perfect participial clauses in Portuguese varieties and British English
Purificação Silvano, António Leal and João Cordeiro
264–285
Chapter 15. Craindre (“fear”) and expletive negation in diachrony
Chloé Tahar
288–302
Chapter 16. Fission in Romance demonstrative-reinforcer constructions
Silvia Terenghi
304–316
Index
317
Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CF/2AD – Linguistics/Romance, Italic & Rhaeto-Romanic languages
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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