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Thu Mar 9 2000

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Message 1: UPenn WPL 6.3 (new issue)

Date: Thu, 9 Mar 2000 14:01:32 -0500 (EST)
From: Alexander Williams <alexand3babel.ling.upenn.edu>
Subject: UPenn WPL 6.3 (new issue)

	** N E W I S S U E O F T H E U P E N N W P L **

The UPenn Working Papers in Linguistics is pleased to announce the
release of a new issue, containing recent work by linguists working
(at the time of authorship) at the University of Pennsylvania: "PWPL
6.3 (2000): Current Work in Linguistics." The contents, drawn from a
wide range of subfields, are as follows:


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UPENN WORKING PAPERS IN LINGUISTICS 6.3 (2000)
Alexander Williams and Elsi Kaiser (eds.)
350pp.

CHUNGHYE HAN
On negative alternative questions.

ROBIN CLARK AND GERHARD JAEGER
A categorial syntax for verbs of perception.

SETH KULICK, ROBERT FRANK & K. VIJAYSHANKER
Defective complements in Tree Adjoining Grammar.

ALBERT KIM, JOHN TRUESWELL & BANGALORE SRINIVAS
The convergence of lexicalist perspectives in psycholinguistics and
computational linguistics. 

MARTHA MCGINNIS
Event heads and the distribution of psych-roots.

JEFF LIDZ
Echo reduplication in Kannada: Implications for a theory of word
formation. 

RONALD KIM
The distribution of the Old Irish infixed pronouns: Evidence for the
syntactic evolution of Insular Celtic? 

RASHMI PRASAD AND MICHAEL STRUBE
Discourse salience and pronominal reference in Hindi.

JENNIFER ARNOLD 
The effect of thematic roles on pronoun use and frequency of
reference continuation. 

ELLEN PRINCE AND SUSAN PINTZUK	
Bilingual code-switching and the open/closed class distinction.
[previously unpublished 1984 manuscript]

CLARISSA SUREK-CLARK
Dialect acquisition and prestige.

EUGENE BUCKLEY
Extrametricality in Latin and Manam.

AMANDA SEIDL
Yoruba vowel elision and compounding.

EON-SUK KO
The laryngeal effect in Korean: Phonology or phonetics?

STEVEN BIRD
Multidimensional exploration of online linguistic field data.

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To order a copy, please send your request, postal address, email address,
and US$15 to:

	PWPL
	619 Williams Hall
	University of Pennsylvania
	Philadelphia, PA 19104
	USA

Checks or money-orders should be made out to: "Penn Linguistics Club."
There are no extra charges for shipping, even internationally.

For more information about the PWPL, including tables of contents for
previous issues, please see our website at:
	
	http://ling.upenn.edu/papers/pwpl.html
	

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