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Message 1: Nordlyd Vol 31, No 1-2 (2003)

Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2004 15:01:06 -0400 (EDT)
From: peter.svenonius <peter.svenoniushum.uit.no>
Subject: Nordlyd Vol 31, No 1-2 (2003)



Publisher: University of Tromsoe's Working Papers in Linguistics
http://www.ub.uit.no/munin/nordlyd/contact.php
	
Journal Title: Nordlyd
Volume Number: 31
Issue Number: 1-2
Issue Date: 2003

Main text:
			
Announcing: "NORDLYD" volume 31, The Proceedings of the 19th
Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics.

http://www.ub.uit.no/munin/nordlyd/

Nordlyd is the University of Tromsoe's Working Papers in Linguistics,
newly launched in an electronic-only format. It is available free of
charge at the above URL. The ISSN is 1503-8599.

This issue is a special six-part issue (52 articles, 833 pages!)
containing the Proceedings of SCL 19, held in Tromsoe in January
2002. The publication date for the volume is 2003. The first five
numbers been available for a half a year but the Proceedings has
become complete just this week.

The articles in this volume are all in English. Navigation buttons at
the site constitute a little lesson in Norwegian, e.g. "sammendrag"
means 'abstract' and "fulltekst" means 'full text.' Full reference
information appears on the first page of each article.

The contents are as follows (e-mail proofed by removal of diacritics;
see the pdf documents for correct spelling, also of Tromsoe):

31.1
Introduction - Peter Svenonius
Locative Prepositions and Adverbs in Danish -Tavs Bjerre
Comparing Tense Systems: the Primacy of the Pres/Past Opposition
-Olga Borik, Paz Gonzalez and Henk Verkuyl
Towards the Quantitative Approach to Studying Evolution of English
Verb Paradigm -Maria Glushko
Resuming Reflexives - Kleanthes K. Grohmann and Liliane Haegeman
Norwegian Retroflexion - Licensing by Cue or Prosody? - Silke Hamann
Subject Extraction out of Free Relatives in Norwegian - Anya Hogoboom
Questions, Answers, Polarity and Head Movement in Germanic and
Finnish - Anders Holmberg
Language Change and Language Acquisition - Thorbjoerg Hroarsdottir
Quirky n-words in Polish: NPIs, Negative Qantifiers or neither? -
Patrycja Jablonska
Syntax and Semantics of Imperative Subjects - Britta Jensen
Correlative Adverbs in Germanic Languages - Janne Bondi Johannessen
Towards an Etiology of Adjunct Islands - Kyle Johnson
Accounts of the Count-Mass Distinction: A Critical Survey - Frank Joosten
Double Definiteness in Scandinavian - Marit Julien
Word Order, Grammatical Function, and Referential Form: On the
Patterns of Anaphoric Reference in Finnish - Elsi Kaiser

31.2
Gender Assignment in Danish, Swedish and Norwegian: A Comparison of
the Status of Assignment Criteria -Marcin Kilarski
The Fate of Complex Languages: Classical Arabic and Old Norse in the
Age of Globalisation - Wouter Kusters
Structure and Cohesion of English Narratives by Nordic and Chinese
Students - Miranda Lee
Danish Pre-nominals as Specifier Heads - Anne Neville
How to Tell Beans from Farmers: Cues to the Perception of Pitch
Accent in Whispered Norwegian - Hannele Nicholson and Andreas Hilmo
Teig
Agreement and Null Subjects - Christer Platzack
Referential Subject and Object Gaps in Modern Icelandic - Marianne Pouplier
Dialectal Variation in Norwegian Imperatives - Curt Rice
West Greenlandic antipassive - Bodil Kappel Schmidt
When is a Verb not a Verb? - Carson Schuetze
Relexification in a Northern Norwegian dialect? - Hilde Sollid
Limits on P: filling in holes vs. falling in holes - Peter Svenonius
The Functions of Danish Causal Conjunctions - Rita Therkelsen
Stylistic Fronting in the Ormulum - Scandinavian Syntactic Phenomena
in Early Middle English Texts - Carola Trips
Two Structural Positions for Locative and Directional PPs in
Norwegian Motion Constructions - Mai Tungseth
Word Formation below and above Little x: Evidence from Sign Language
of the Netherlands - Inge Zwitserlood

Comments are welcome. Please direct them to me at peter.svenoniushum.uit.no.
			
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Message 2: Nordlyd Vol 31, No 3-6 (2003)

Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2004 15:02:52 -0400 (EDT)
From: peter.svenonius <peter.svenoniushum.uit.no>
Subject: Nordlyd Vol 31, No 3-6 (2003)



Publisher: University of Tromsoe's Working Papers in Linguistics
http://www.ub.uit.no/munin/nordlyd/contact.php
	
Journal Title: Nordlyd
Volume Number: 31
Issue Number: 3-6
Issue Date: 2003

Main text:
			
Announcing: "NORDLYD" volume 31, The Proceedings of the 19th
Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics.

http://www.ub.uit.no/munin/nordlyd/

Nordlyd is the University of Tromsoe's Working Papers in Linguistics,
newly launched in an electronic-only format. It is available free of
charge at the above URL. The ISSN is 1503-8599.

This issue is a special six-part issue (52 articles, 833 pages!)
containing the Proceedings of SCL 19, held in Tromsoe in January
2002. The publication date for the volume is 2003. The first five
numbers been available for a half a year but the Proceedings has
become complete just this week.


31.3 (Aquisition)
Why Should Children Adapt, and When? - Thora Tenbrink
Phonological Development in a Child with Cri du Chat Syndrome (CDCS)
- Kristian Emil Kristoffersen
Bilingual Children's Phonological Awareness: The Effect of
Articulation Training - Pi-Yu Chiang
The Acquisition of Past Tense in English/Norwegian Bilingual Children
Single versus Dual Mechanisms - Maja Jensvoll
A Subject Clitic in Child Catalan - Anna Gavarro
V-to-I Movement in the Absence of Morphological Cues: Evidence from
Adult and Child Northern Norwegian - Kristine Bentzen
On the Acquisition of Word Order in WH-Questions in theTromsoe
Dialect - Marit Richardsen Westergaard
The Non-omission of Nonfinite Be - Carson Schuetze

31.4 (Finnic)
Estonian Middle Semantics with Evidence from Discourse - Virve-Anneli Vihman
Estonian Transitive Verb Classes, Object Case, and Progressive - Anne Tamm
A Comparison of the Referential Properties of Third Person Pronouns
in Finnish and Estonian - Elsi Kaiser and Katrin Hiietam
To Raise or Not to Raise: the Case of Finnish Restrictive Relative
Clauses - Satu Manninen
A Question of Case - Elsi Kaiser
Case and Adverbials in Inari Saami and Finnish - Diane Nelson
On Reflexive Binding in North Sami - Hanna Outakoski

31. 5 (Bilingualism)
Introduction: Multilingual Behavior in Youth Groups - Jens Normann Joergensen
Bilingual Text Production as Task and Resource: Social Interaction in
Task Oriented Student Groups - Jakob Cromdal
Multi-Variety Code-Switching in Conversation 903 of the Koege Project
- Jens Normann Joergensen
Linguistic Power Wielding and Manipulation Strategies in Group
Conversations Between Turkish-Danish Children - Lian Malai Madsen
Conversation Analysis and the Study of Bilingual Interaction - Jakob Steensig

31.6 (Supplement)
Generation of Complex Verbal Morphology in First and Second Language
Acquisition: Evidence from Russian - Kira Gor and Tatiana
Chernigovskaya

Comments are welcome. Please direct them to me at peter.svenoniushum.uit.no.

Peter Svenonius
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