Hispanic Linguistics at the Crossroads

Theoretical linguistics, language acquisition and language contact

Proceedings of the Hispanic Linguistics Symposium 2013

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| University of Ottawa
| University of Ottawa
| University of Ottawa
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This collection of articles, contributed by both experienced and novice researchers, addresses core issues in three different domains of Hispanic Linguistics: theoretical linguistics, language acquisition and language contact. Together these papers provide an overview of how the analysis of Spanish contributes to current formal and experimental linguistics, while on an individual level offering fine-grained analyses and innovative proposals covering a wide range of areas such as semantics and pragmatics, syntax, morphology, phonology, prosody, dialectal variation, first, second and bilingual language acquisition, as well as sociolinguistics. The volume will be a resource for graduate students, academics and researchers in theoretical, experimental and descriptive linguistics in general and Hispanic Linguistics in particular.The selection of chapters included in this volume were presented at the 17th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium hosted in October 2013 by the Language Acquisition Research Laboratory at the University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Canada.
[Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 4]  2015.  xviii, 339 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Preface
vii–x
Introduction
xi–xviii
Part I. Theoretical and descriptive approaches
No superiority, no intervention effects: The Spanish puzzle
Lara Reglero and Emma Ticio Quesada
1–24
Overt PRO in Romance: Towards a unification of PRO and pro
Peter Herbeck
25–48
The semantics and pragmatics of andar and venir + gerund
Lorena Sainz-Maza Lecanda and Meagan E. Horn
49–68
Sequence of tenses in complementation structures: Lexical restrictions and effects on language acquisition
Rui Marques, Purificação Silvano, Anabela Gonçalves and Ana Lúcia Santos
69–88
Fue muerto: Suppletion in Spanish analytic passives
Grant Armstrong and Jason Doroga
89–112
Temporal and spectral dependencies in the processing of Spanish and English stop consonant voicing
Fernando Llanos, Olga Dmitrieva, Alexander L. Francis and Amanda Shultz
113–126
Segmental and prosodic conditionings on gradient voicing assimilation in Spanish
Rebeka Campos-Astorkiza
127–144
Part II. Language acquisition
The sum is more than its parts: Acquisition of clitic clusters in Spanish
Maria Cristina Cuervo and Ana Teresa Pérez-Leroux
145–168
Does agreement affect the syntax of bare nominal subjects in Russian–Spanish bilinguals?
José Camacho and Alena Kirova
169–190
Perfecting the past
Joanne Markle LaMontagne and Maria Cristina Cuervo
191–210
The protracted acquisition of past tense aspectual values in child heritage Spanish
Alejandro Cuza and Lauren Miller
211–230
Part III. Language contact and language variation
Morphological adjectival intensifier variation in Lima, Peru
Alvaro Cerrón-Palomino
231–250
An experimental approach to hypercorrection in Dominican Spanish
Barbara E. Bullock and Almeida Jacqueline Toribio
251–268
Dialect identification and listener attributes: Do you hear la tonada?
Jennifer Lang-Rigal
269–292
Sociophonetic analysis of young Peninsular Spanish women’s voice quality
Meghan E. Armstrong, Nicholas Henriksen and Christian DiCanio
293–312
A sociophonetic analysis of trill production in Panamanian Spanish
Delano S. Lamy
313–336
Index
337–340
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF/2ADS – Linguistics/Spanish
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2015004262