Morphological Complexity within and across Boundaries

In honour of Aslı Göksel

Editors
| İstanbul Bilgi University
| Marmara University
| Boğaziçi University
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This volume brings together a collection of original articles investigating state-of-the-art themes in morphology. The papers in the volume provide an in-depth analysis for spoken and sign languages within morphological word domain, morphosyntax and morphophonology. Bringing data from a variety of languages including Turkish, some understudied ones (e.g. Turkish Sign Language, Late Ottoman Turkish) and also endangered languages (e.g. Karachay-Balkar, Sauzini, Cappadocian, Aivaliot and Pharasiot Greek), the volume will be of special interest to a wide audience ranging from typologists to theoretical linguists and graduate students in linguistics and is expected to generate further research on the above mentioned languages, as well as to contribute to the cross-linguistic literature on the themes explored in the volume.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 215]  2020.  vi, 421 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction: In honor of Aslı Göksel: A critical mind who challenges assumptions, a creative thinker who transcends boundaries
Aslı Gürer, Dilek Uygun-Gökmen and Balkız Öztürk
2–10
Part I. Within boundaries
14–60
Abstraction vs. analogy in the Turkish aorist
Mine Nakipoglu and Elise Michon
14–38
Word formation through derivation vs. compounding: Perspectives from child language acquisition of Turkish
F. Nihan Ketrez
40–60
Part II. Across boundaries
64–189
Restrictive relative clauses in the Greek dialects of Pharasa and Cappadocia
Metin Bağriaçik
64–92
Person indexing in Sauzini: Subject vs. non-subject markers
Eser Erguvanlı Taylan
94–119
Subject marking of -DIK/-(y)AcAK complement clauses in written Turkish of the late Ottoman period (1860–1914)
Celia Kerslake
122–153
Structure of plural pronoun constructions
Tacettin Turgay and Balkız Öztürk
156–189
Part III. Across boundaries
194–312
Paradigm leveling and regularization derive variation in stress: A corpus study on Turkish non-final stress at the morphology-phonology interface
Barış Kabak and Janne Lorenzen
194–210
The great divide: Parts of speech and their consequences for the phonological shape of Turkish words
Markus A. Pöchtrager
212–234
Variability in the realization of agreement in Turkish: A morphotactic account
Güliz Güneş
236–261
Same exponent, different strength: A Gradient Harmonic account of allomorphy in Greek
Anthi Revithiadou
264–283
Morphosyntax-prosody mismatches in Karachay-Balkar: An analysis of narrow focus constructions
Aslı Gürer and Dilek Uygun-Gökmen
286–312
Part IV. Morphological complexity in Sign Languages
316–418
Aspects of clause structure and morphology in Turkish Sign Language
Kadir Gökgöz and Hande Sevgi
316–351
The universal quantifier ‘all’ in Turkish Sign Language
Burcu Saral and Meltem Kelepir
354–383
Null arguments in Turkish Sign Language
Demet Kayabaşı, Hande Sevgi and Ayse Sumru Özsoy
386–418
List of contributors
Index
419
Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009020 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Morphology
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2020011989