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Message 1: UCI Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol 5 (1999)

Date: Thu, 9 Dec 1999 09:43:17 -0800 (PST)
From: Hidehito Hoshi <hhoshiorion.oac.uci.edu>
Subject: UCI Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol 5 (1999)


Irvine Linguistics Students Association (ILSA) is pleased to announce the
publication of UCI Working Papers in Linguistics Volume 5 (1999).

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UCI Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 5 (1999)
Edited by Francesca Del Gobbo and Hidehito Hoshi

Articles appearing in the fifth volume are:

Brian Agbayani: A Note on English Subjects

Francesca Del Gobbo: Nominal Phrases in Mandarin and Cantonese

Teresa Griffith: Morphology is Meaningful:Verbal Markers in Tagalog

Naomi Harada: On Certain Differences between English and Japanese Verbs

Hidehito Hoshi: The Bare NP-Movement Hypothesis and "Scrambling"

Kazue Takeda: Multiple-Headed Relatives, Clefts with Multiple Foci, and
 Multiple 'Slucing'

Sze-Wing Tang: Some Speculations about the Syntax of Noun Phrases

Wei-Tien Dylan Tsai: The Hows of Why and the Whys of How

Matthew Whelpton: "The Resumptive Infinitive", Pronominal Binding 
 and Control

Di Wu: An Investigation of Labial Dissimilation in Chinese

US$16, plus shipping and handling


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Also Available:

UCI Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 4 (1998).
Edited by Hidehito Hoshi

Articles appearing in the fourth volume are:
Brian Agbayani: Chain Types and Optionality
Naomi Harada: Toward a restrictive Theory of parameters:
 Interactions between Functional and lexical Categories
Hidehito Hoshi: Overt Case Features and "Bare NP"-Movement
Toru Ishii: Islands and Movement Types
Murat Kural: Verb Movementin English and Morphological Transparency
Chen-Sheng Liu: Parallelism and Economy
Kazue Takeda: Single Consonant Reduplication and Causative Formation in Kammu
Sze-Wing Tang: Bare and Not-so-Bare Small Clauses: Evidence from Japanese

US$16, plus shipping and handling


Volume 3 (1997) Edited by Luther Chen-Sheng Liu and Kazue Takeda

Articles appearing in the third volume are:
Brian Agbayani: Category Raising, Adjunction, and Minimality
Lisa Lai-Shen Cheng: "Partial" Wh-Movement
Naoki Fukui: Attract and the A-over-A Principle
Toru Ishii: The " Crossing" Constraint and the Minimal Link Condition
Luther Chen-Sheng Liu: Light Verb and Accusative-ing Gerund in Taiwanese
Yuji Takano: Scrambling and Partial Object Shift
Kazue Takeda: A Note on Locality of Category Movement and Feature Movement
Sze-Wing Tang: The Parametric Approach to the Resultative Construction in
 Chinese and English
Miyoko Yashui: Identification of Ellipses and Other Empty Categories

US$16, plus shipping and handling

Volume 2: Proceedings of the South Western Optimality Theory Workshop (SWOT
II). Edited by Brian Agbayani and Naomi Harada

US $14, plus shipping and handling

Volume 1. Edited by Brian Agbayani, Kazue Takeda and Sze-Wing Tang

US$14, plus shipping and handling


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