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Mon Mar 13 2006

TOC: U. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 12/1 (2006)

Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins <marialinguistlist.org>



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        1.    Tatjana Scheffler, U. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics Vol 12, No 1 (2006)


Message 1: U. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics Vol 12, No 1 (2006)
Date: 10-Mar-2006
From: Tatjana Scheffler <tatjanaling.upenn.edu>
Subject: U. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics Vol 12, No 1 (2006)


Publisher: Penn Linguistics Club


Journal Title: U. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics
Volume Number: 12
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2006


Subtitle: Proceedings of the 29th Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium


Main Text:

We are happy to announce the publication of Volume 12.1 of the U. Penn
Working Papers in Linguistics: Proceedings of the 29th Annual Penn
Linguistics Colloquium.
I would like to thank all authors and editors for their contributions.


Contents

SUZANNE AALBERSE, Pronoun loss as a form of deflection. 1-14.

VALENTINA BIANCHI and CRISTIANO CHESI, Phases, left branch islands, and
computational nesting. 15-28.

DAMIR CAVAR, PAUL RODRIGUEZ and GIANCARLO SCHREMENTI, Unsupervised
morphology induction for part-of-speech-tagging. 29-42.

PAUL M. DE DECKER and JENNIFER R. NYCZ, Are tense [æ]s really tense? An
ultrasound study. 43-56.

MICHAEL ELLIS, CYNTHIA GROFF and REBECCA MEAD, A rapid and anonymous study
of /r/ vocalization in an /r/ pronouncing city. 57-67.

ROBERT FIORENTINO, Plural indefinites and unexpected pair-list readings. 69-82.

MERCIA SANTANA FLANNERY, Reported speech and identity in Brazilian accounts
of discrimination. 83-94.

MICHAEL FRIESNER, Bracketing and cyclicity in Romanian stress. 95-108.

BILL HADDICAN, On Egin: Do-support and verb focalization in central and
western Basque. 109-122.

DAMIEN HALL, How do they do it? The difference between singing and speaking
in female altos. 123-136.

HYE JIN HAN, Output-to-output correspondence revisited. 137-148.

MASAAKI KAMIYA, The implausibility of LF-incorporation in Japanese light
verb constructions. 149-160.

AARON F. KAPLAN, Vowel length and coda cluster interactions in Misantla
Totonac. 161-174.

CHONGHYUCK KIM, Local and flexible distributivity and the Korean
non-nominal plural marker tul. 175-188.

GREGORY M. KOBELE and MARCUS KRACHT, On pregroups, freedom, and (virtual)
conceptual necessity. 189-198.

MASAKAZU KUNO, How is reconstruction constrained?. 199-208.

SUN-HEE LEE and SEOK BAE JANG, Enriching the syntactic annotation of Korean
treebanks for higher-level processing: A comparative study of the Penn
Korean Treebank and the 21st Sejong Korean Treebank. 209-222.

JULIE ANNE LEGATE, There is no absolutive case. 223-236.

ERIC MCCREADY and NICHOLAS ASHER, Modal subordination in Japanese: Dynamics
and evidentiality. 237-250.

THOMAS MCFADDEN and ARTEMIS ALEXIADOU, Counterfactuals and the loss of BE
in the history of English. 251-264.

ATSUKO NISHIYAMA and JEAN-PIERRE KOENIG, The perfect in context: A corpus
study. 265-278.

MIKI OBATA, Phase and convergence. 279-292.

MARJORIE PAK, Infinitive marking with for: A diachronic account. 293-306.

DAVID SCHUELER, Comparative superlatives in relative clauses. 307-320.

CHANG-YONG SIM, Measure phrases and the -ka/-lul alternation in Korean.
321-334.

MINJEONG SON, A typical argument structure of HI passive in Korean. 335-348.

JON SPROUSE, The accent projection principle: Why the hell not?. 349-360.

CHRISTIANE ULBRICH, Prosodic phrasing in three German standard varieties.
361-374.

CHYAN-AN ARTHUR WANG and HSIAO-HUNG IRIS WU, Sluicing and focus movement in
wh-in-situ languages. 375-388.


Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
                            Syntax
                            General Linguistics
                            Morphology



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