Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 14

Selected papers from the 46th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), Stony Brook, NY

Editors
| Stony Brook University
| Stony Brook University
HardboundAvailable
ISBN 9789027200976 | EUR 110.00 | USD 165.00
 
e-Book
ISBN 9789027263896 | EUR 110.00 | USD 165.00
 
This book contains a peer-reviewed selection of papers presented at the 46th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL 46) that took place in April 2016 at Stony Brook University (SUNY), New York. The most current research and debates on bilingualism, historical linguistics, morphology, phonology, semantics, sociolinguistics, and syntax can be found in its pages. This collection will be of interest to Romance linguists and general linguists as well.
[Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory, 14]  2018.  vii, 345 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction LSRL 46 Stony Brook
1–3
Chapter 1. Expletive negation is not expletive: Evidence from aspect in Spanish
Paola Cépeda
5–19
Chapter 2. Long-distance binding of French reflexive soi : First-person oriented logophoricity
Isabelle Charnavel
21–34
Chapter 3. French negative concord and discord: An experimental investigation of contextual and prosodic disambiguation
Viviane Déprez and Jeremy Yeaton
35–51
Chapter 4. Dimensions of variation: The inflected construction in the dialect of Delia (Caltanissetta)
Vincenzo Nicolò Di Caro and Giuliana Giusti
53–68
Chapter 5. Ma non era rosso? (But wasn’t it red?): On counter-expectational questions in Italian
Alessandra Giorgi
69–84
Chapter 6. Dime una cosa: Are wh-in-situ questions different in Spanish?: Evidence from intonation
Carolina González and Lara Reglero
85–102
Chapter 7. Parametric comparison and dialect variation: Insights from Southern Italy
Cristina Guardiano, Dimitris Michelioudakis, Guido Cordoni, Monica Alexandrina Irimia, Nina Radkevich and Ioanna Sitaridou
103–133
Chapter 8. Morphological doublets in Brazilian Portuguese wh-constructions
Mary Aizawa Kato
135–152
Chapter 9. Clitic doubling, person and agreement in French hyper-complex inversion
Richard S. Kayne
153–184
Chapter 10. Licensing conditions on null generic subjects in Spanish
Matthew L. Maddox
185–199
Chapter 11. Bridging and dislocation in Catalan
Laia Mayol and Xavier Villalba
201–213
Chapter 12. Dependent numerals and dependent existentials in Romanian
Mara Panaitescu
215–229
Chapter 13. Stressed enclitics are not weak pronouns: A plea for allomorphy
Diego Pescarini
231–244
Chapter 14. Causativization of verbs of directed motion in Romance languages
Anna Pineda
245–262
Chapter 15. Latin denominal deponents: A syntactic analysis
Francesco Pinzin
263–278
Chapter 16. Against control by implicit passive agents
Lisa A. Reed
279–292
Chapter 17. Romance evaluative que/che/să sentences as inverted optatives
Cristina Sánchez López
293–307
Chapter 18. Resumed phrases (are always moved, even with in-island resumption)
Dominique Sportiche
309–324
Chapter 19. Timing properties of (Brazilian) Portuguese and (European) Spanish
Irene Vogel, Angeliki Athanasopoulou and Natália Brambatti Guzzo
325–340
Index of terms
341
Index of languages
343
Index of terms
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF/2AD – Linguistics/Romance, Italic & Rhaeto-Romanic languages
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2018014195 | Marc record