LINGUIST List 12.2798

Thu Nov 8 2001

TOC: University of Maryland Working Papers Volume 11

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  1. Scott Fults, TOC: University of Maryland Working Papers Volume 11

Message 1: TOC: University of Maryland Working Papers Volume 11

Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2001 08:17:44 -0500 (EST)
From: Scott Fults <>
Subject: TOC: University of Maryland Working Papers Volume 11

Dear All,

We are pleased to announce the issue of Volume 11 of the University of
Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics. Below you can find the table
of contents and ordering information.

We would like to thank the following reviewers:

Sachiko Aoshima, John Drury, Ana C. Gouvea, Nina Kazanina, Hirohisa Kiguchi,
Luisa Meroni, Harold Peacock, Cilene Rodrigues.

Their help has been greatly appreciated. Thanks also to the
Undergraduate Essay Prize contest organizer Philip Resnik and to
several anonymous "judges" who reviewed the papers submitted to the
contest. Last we are grateful to the authors and all the members of
the linguistics department for making this volume possible.


University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 11
Edited by Andrea Gualmini, Soo-Min Hong and Mitsue Motomura
Published by the Linguistics Department of the University of Maryland.
P. 247. $15 plus s/h.

For price and ordering information, please visit our website at:

*Table of Contents*

Sachiko Aoshima	1
Scrambling out of a Control Complement

Aitziber Atutxa Salazar	22
Activity/Accomplishment Distinction:
A Lexical Feature or a Derived Concept?

Avram Hy Derrow	45
The Empirical Value of Differentiating Redundancy
Undergraduate Essay Prize Winner

Silvia P. Gennari	60
Tense, Aspect and Aktionsart in Spanish and Japanese

Ana C. Gouvea	85
Syntactic Complexity in English:
On-line Evidence from an Eye-Tracking Experiment

Andrea Gualmini and Stephen Crain	112
Downward Entailment in Child Language

Masaaki Kamiya	134
Dimensional Approach to Derived Nominals

Hirohisa Kiguchi	163
On the Subject Position of Psych Verbs

Noah A. Smith	176
Ellipsis Happens, and Deletion Is How

Paul Pietroski and Juan Uriagereka	192
Dimensions of Natural Language

Jacek Witkos	220
Anti-Reconstruction Effects in WH-Movement,
Vehicle Change and Late Merge
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