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Tue Feb 15 2000

TOC: An Int'l Journal of Syntactic Research, Vol 2

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Message 1: Syntaxis: An International Journal of Syntactic Research, Vol 2

Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2000 21:13:13 +0100
From: Juan P Mora <jmoracica.es>
Subject: Syntaxis: An International Journal of Syntactic Research, Vol 2

The University of Huelva press announces the publication of the second
volume of Syntaxis: An International Journal of Syntactic Research:
 
Contents:

Xavier Villalba, Symmetry and Antisymmetry in Syntax
Niina Ning Zhang, Chinese DE and the DE-Construction
Javier Guti�rrez-Rexach, Scope parallelism and the resolution of
 ellipsis at the syntax/semantics interface
Mar�a Jos� Luz�n-Marco, Grammatical description and corpus evidence:
 supposing, assuming, considering
Gloria Cocchi, Nominative and Ergative languages: Towards a unified
 theory of Case checking

The articles in volume 1 (1998) were the following:
T. Giv�n: The syntax of literacy
Lyn Frazier: Syntactic theory and Syntactic processing
Juan Carlos Moreno-Cabrera: Sintaxis formal y sintaxis conceptual: m�s
 alla de la tipolog�a de las oraciones de relativo
Jos� Luis Gonz�lez- Escribano: Minimalism, move and the Internal
 Subject Hypothesis (ISH)
Bart Defrancq: Embedded interrogatives and coordination in French
Enrique Alcaraz: Claves sint�cticas de la estil�stica ling��stica
William O'Grady: Principles of phrasal architecture: 
 Category assignment

in coordinate structures
Frederick J. Newmeyer: The irrelevance of typology for grammatical
 theory

The deadline for contributions for Volume 3 is June 1st 2000.
Syntaxis publishes articles presenting the results of current research
in all areas related to the syntax of human languages. Inspired by the
original Greek term 'syntaxis' from which it takes its name, a major
goal of this journal is to bring together different perspectives and
approaches to the study of how languages put words together.
Syntaxis will also accept for publication review articles presenting
the achievements and current state of established and emergent
syntactic frameworks.

Information about orders, subscriptions, and contributions for publication

at www.philologia.uhu.es
or from Juan Pablo Mora
 Associate Editor of Syntaxis
 Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Huelva
 Av. de las Fuerzas Armadas s/n
 E- 21007 Huelva
 jmoracica.es
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