LINGUIST List 14.1408

Fri May 16 2003

TOC: GLOT International, Vol 7 No 3 (2003)

Editor for this issue: Tomoko Okuno <tomokolinguistlist.org>


Directory

  1. kate.soar, GLOT International, Vol 7 No 3 (2003)

Message 1: GLOT International, Vol 7 No 3 (2003)

Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 21:46:41 -0400
From: kate.soar <kate.soaroxon.blackwellpublishing.com>
Subject: GLOT International, Vol 7 No 3 (2003)


We are pleased to announce that Volume 7, Number 3 of GLOT
International is now live and available only at Linguist List, through
Blackwell's Linguist List Plus (LL+). Published ten times a year, GLOT
International is provided in electronic form only, which LL+
subscribers are free to download and print for their own use. For
information on subscribing to LL+, or for a sample issue of GLOT, go
to http://www.linguistlistplus.com/ or simply click the Linguist List
Plus link on the Linguist List home page.


The Theory and a Language (tTAAL)
James McCloskey
on Working on Irish

''For the linguist, this has the welcome consequence that the complex
issues created by interference from prescriptive pressures, do not, in
the main, arise. The patterns of syntactic micro-variation that
distinguish the various dialects one from another are intricate and
beautiful, a gold mine for the comparative syntactician.''

Column
Neil Smith
on Sneering at the arts

''This is all good healthy fun, where sneering is probably in order,
but it is important to separate the pretentious chaff from some rather
good wheat: not all arts subjects are so benighted, and I believe that
providing insight in a complex domain is suffi-cient defence for any
discipline to be studied in Universities.''

Dissertations
Comparatives and DP-structure
By Winfried Lechner
Reviewed by Katharina Hartmann

An empirically based probabilistic model of intonation in American
English
By Audra Dainora
Reviewed by Martine Grice

Squibs
Stefan Dy´┐Ża
on Note on gender resolution in the plural pronoun construction in Polish

Books
Last but not least
By Erez Levon
Reviewing Hulk & Pollock's Subject inversion
in Romance and the Theory of Universal Grammar

Goodies
Scott Farrar and Terry Langendoen
on A linguistic ontology for the semantic web

Next Month!
State-of-the-Article:
Lisa Lai-Shen Cheng on Wh-in-situ
Column by Neil Smith
Dissertation Hanjung Lee on Argument expression


Kate Soar
Production Editor
Blackwell Publishing
9600 Garsington Road
Oxford OX4 2DQ
UK
E-mail: kate.soaroxon.blackwellpublishing.com
Mail to author|Respond to list|Read more issues|LINGUIST home page|Top of issue