Studies in Language

Volume 34, Issue 2 (2010)

2010.  ca. 250 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Topicality and differential object marking: Evidence from Romance and beyond
Giorgio Iemmolo
Middle voice and ideophones, a diachronic connection: The case of Yurakaré
Rik van Gijn
Information structure and epistemic modality in adverbial clauses in French
Karen Lahousse
From clause conjoining to clause chaining in Dumut languages of New Guinea
Lourens de Vries
Pro-adverbs of manner as markers of activity transition
Leelo Keevallik
Creativity in the use of gender agreement in Mawng: How the discourse functions of a gender system can approach those of a classifier system
Ruth Singer
Book reviews
Review of Dimmendaal (2009): Coding participant marking: Construction types in twelve African languages
Reviewed by Mary Esther Kropp Dakubu
Review of Leow, Campos & Lardiere (2009): Little words: Their history, phonology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and acquisition
Reviewed by Ad Foolen
Review of González, de los Ángeles, Mackenzie & González Álvarez (2008): Languages and Cultures in Contrast and Comparison
Reviewed by Zhuo Jing-Schmidt
Review of Aboh & Essegbey (2010): Topics in Kwa syntax
Reviewed by Mary Esther Kropp Dakubu
Review of Good (2008): Linguistic universals and language change
Reviewed by Silvia Luraghi
Review of Narrog (2009): Modality in Japanese: The layered structure of the clause and hierarchies of functional categories
Reviewed by Shigeko Nariyama
Review of Yu (2007): A Natural History of Infixation
Reviewed by Wolfgang Schulze
Review of Hudson (2007): Language networks: The new Word Grammar
Reviewed by H. Stephen Straight
Review of Newman (2009): The Linguistics of Eating and Drinking
Reviewed by Søren Wichmann
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