Diachronica 19:2

[Diachronica, 19:2]  2002.  
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles / Aufsätze
What happened to English?
John H. McWhorter
217–272
On the (African) origins of Palenquero subject pronouns
Armin Schwegler
273–332
Vietnamese and tonogenesis: Revising the model and the analysis
Graham Thurgood
333–363
When clitics collide: On to have in Piedmontese
Mauro Tosco
365–397
Reviews / Comptes rendus / Besprechungen
Review of “Lingüística histórica inglesa” edited by Javier Martín Arista and Isabel de la Cruz Cabanillas
Reviewed by Jorge L. Bueno-Alonso
399–403
Review of “Syntactic Change in Akkadian: The evolution of sentential complementation” by Guy Deutscher
Reviewed by Gene B. Gragg
403–408
Review of “Comparative Dravidian Linguistics: Current perspectives” by Bhadriraju Krishnamurti
Reviewed by Sanford B. Steever
408–411
Review of “Constraints on Null Subjects in Bislama (Vanuatu): Social and linguistic factors” by Miriam Meyerhoff
Reviewed by Terry Crowley
411–415
Review of “Historical English Syntax: A statistical corpus-based study on the organisation of Early Modern English sentences” by Javier Pérez-Guerra
Reviewed by Elly van Gelderen
415–417
Publications received / Ouvrages reçus / Eingegangene Schriften
419–427
Joe’s Jottings
Joseph C. Salmons
429–430
Index to Volume XIX
431–432
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