Diachronica 18:2

[Diachronica, 18:2]  2001.  
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles / Aufsätze
Prototype categorization and phonological split
Janice M. Aski
205–239
Russian čto za , Ukrainian ščo za , Polish co za “was für ein”: A case of contact-induced or parallel change?
Andrii Danylenko
241–265
Hittite vowel epenthesis and the sonority hierarchy
Darya Kavitskaya
267–299
Adverb-marking in German and English: System and standardization
Amanda V. Pounder
301–358
Reviews / Comptes rendus / Besprechungen
Review of “Greek and Indo-European Etymology in Action: Proto-Indo-European *ag’-” by Raimo Anttila
Reviewed by Vit Bubenik
359–366
Review of “A Historical Phonology of the Slovene Language” by Marc L. Greenberg
Reviewed by Tom M.S. Priestly
366–370
Review of “Das Romani von Ajia Varvara: Deskriptive und historisch-vergleichende Darstellung eines Zigeunerdialekts” by Birgit Igla
Reviewed by Victor A. Friedman
370–374
Review of “Biolinguistics: Exploring the biology of language” by Lyle Jenkins
Reviewed by Andrew D. Carstairs-McCarthy
374–379
Review of “The Lexical Basis of Grammatical Borrowing: A Prince Edward Island French case study” by Ruth King
Reviewed by Janet M. Fuller
379–383
Review of “Morpheme Order and Semantic Scope: Word formation in the Athapaskan verbþ” by Keren Rice
Reviewed by Kenneth L. Hale
383–393
Miscellanea: Report / Rapport / Bericht, Notes / Notizen
Anu’s centre for research on language change
Pascale Jacq
395–397
Joseph’s Jottings — A Finale
Brian D. Joseph
399–401
Publications received / Ouvrages reçus / Eingegangene Schriften
403–415
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