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  1. elizabeth jean myers, Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Seattle Meeting 1998

Message 1: Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Seattle Meeting 1998

Date: Thu, 15 Jul 1999 14:59:54 -0400 (EDT)
From: elizabeth jean myers <melekumich.edu>
Subject: Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Seattle Meeting 1998


Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Seattle Meeting 1998 

edited by
Katarzyna Dziwirek
Herbert Coats
Cynthia Vakareliyska


This volume, based on a colloquium held at the University of
Washington, Seattle, in May 1998, continues a series of conference
proceedings devoted to formal approaches to Slavic linguistics.

Contents

Leonard H. Babby, Adjectives in Russian: Primary vs. Secondary
Predication

John Bailyn and Barbara Citko, Case and Agreement in Slavic Predicates

Vladimir Borschev and Barbara Partee, Semantic Types and the Russian
Genitive Modifier Construction

Sue Brown, Negated Yes/No Questions in Russian and Serbian/Croatian:
Yes or No, Both, Either, or Neither?

Andrew Caink, Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian Clitics at the Lexical
Interface

Steven Franks, Optimality Theory and Clitics at PF 

Steven Franks and Piotr Banski, Approaches to "Schizophrenic" Polish
Person Agreement

Mirjam Fried, The "Free" Datives in Czech as a Linking Problem 

Ben Hermans, Opaque Insertion Sites in Bulgarian 

Brett Hyde, Overlapping Feet in Polish 

Edit Jakab, Is PRO Really Necessary? A Minimalist Approach to
Infinitival and Subjunctive(-like) Constructions in Serbo-Croatian and
Hungarian

Darya Kavitskaya, Voicing Assimilations and the Schizophrenic Behavior
of /v/ in Russian

Eric S. Komar, Dative Subjects in Russian Revisited: Are All Datives
Created Equal?

Ilijana Krapova and Vassil Petkov, Subjunctive Complements, Null
Subjects and Case Checking in Bulgarian

Anna Kupsc, Negative Concord and Wh-Extraction in Polish: A Lexical
HPSG Approach

James Lavine, Subject Properties and Ergativity in North Russian and
Lithuanian

Marjorie McShane, Predictive Rules of Direct Object Ellipsis in
Russian

Rami Nair, Polish Voicing Assimilation and Final Devoicing: A New
Analysis

Barbara Partee, Copula Inversion Puzzles in English and Russian 

Irina A. Sekerina, On-line Processing of Russian Scrambling
Constructions: Evidence from Eye Movement During Listening

Michael B. Smith, From Instrument to Irrealis: Motivating Some
Grammaticalized Senses of the Russian Instrumental.


Ann Arbor, Michigan Slavic Publications, 1999

(Michigan Slavic Materials #44)
ISBN: 0-930042-83-2 | Paperback | 433pp. | $25.00.

AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW

To Order:
tel: (734) 763-4496
fax: (734) 647-2127 
michspumich.edu
http://www.lsa.umich.edu/slavic/msp/msp.html


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the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures of the University of
Michigan. Its goal is to publish titles, which substantially aid the
study and teaching of Slavic and East European languages and cultures.
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