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Mon Apr 11 2005

TOC: Diachronica 21/1 (2004)

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        1.    Paul Peranteau, Diachronica Vol. 21, No. 1 (2004)

Message 1: Diachronica Vol. 21, No. 1 (2004)

Date: 08-Apr-2005
From: Paul Peranteau <>
Subject: Diachronica Vol. 21, No. 1 (2004)

Publisher: John Benjamins

Journal Title: Diachronica
Volume Number: 21
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2004

Main Text:

Table of contents

Editorial 1–3

Articles / Aufsätze

On reanalysis and actualization in syntactic change: The rise and development of
English verbal gerunds
Teresa Fanego 5–55

Why are language families larger in some regions than in others?
Eric W. Holman 57–84

Into the past: Morphological change in the dying years of Dalmatian
Martin Maiden 85–111

Innovation in language contact: Be after V-ing as a future gram in Irish
English, 1670 to the present
Kevin McCafferty 113–161

A production account of sound changes affecting diphthongs and triphthongs in
Daniel Recasens 163–199

Reviews / Comptes rendus / Besprechungen

Review of "Actualization: Linguistic change in progress" by Henning Andersen (ed.)
Reviewed by Edwin Battistella 201–206

Review of "The Handbook of Language Variation and Change" by J. K. Chambers,
Peter Trudgill and Natalie Schilling-Estes (eds.)
Reviewed by Ruth King 206–210

Review of "Comparative Historical Dialectology: Italo-Romance clues to
Ibero-Romance sound change" by Thomas D. Cravens
Reviewed by Steven N. Dworkin 210–215

Review of "Pre-Indo-European" by Winfred P. Lehmann
Reviewed by Andrew L. Sihler 215–228

Review of "Regularity in Semantic Change" by Elizabeth Closs Traugott & Richard
B. Dasher
Reviewed by Benjamin W. Fortson IV 228–238

Publications received / Ouvrages reçus / Eingegangene Schriften 239–249

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
                            Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Dalmatian (DLM)
                            Gaelic, Irish (GLI)
Language Family(ies): Indo-European

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