Diachronica 23:2

[Diachronica, 23:2]  2006.  232 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles / Aufsätze
Grammation, regrammation, and degrammation: Tense loss in Russian
Henning Andersen
231–258
Growing a numeral system: The historical development of numerals in an Amazonian language family
Patience Epps
259–288
From prefixes to suffixes: Typological change in Northern Australia
Mark Harvey, Ian Green and Rachel Nordlinger
289–311
Morphological factors in the grammaticalization of the Catalan “go” past
Matthew L. Juge
313–339
Layering, competition and a twist of fate: Deontic modality in dialects of English
Sali A. Tagliamonte and Jennifer Smith
341–380
Review article/Rapport critique/Forschungsbericht
Teaching Indo-European
Jared S. Klein
381–416
Reviews / Comptes rendus / Besprechungen
Yiddish: A linguistic introduction. By Neil G. Jacobs
Reviewed by Yuri A. Kleiner
417–425
The Mixed Language Debate: Theoretical and empirical advances. Edited by Yaron Matras & Peter Bakker
Reviewed by Anthony P. Grant
426–433
Koineization in Medieval Spanish. By Donald N. Tuten
Reviewed by Steven N. Dworkin
434–440
Grammaticalization as Economy. By Elly van Gelderen
Reviewed by Bettelou Los
440–447
The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the World’s Ancient Languages. Edited by Roger D. Woodard
Reviewed by Raimo Anttila
448–451
Joe’s Jottings
453–455
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General