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Wed Oct 03 2007
FYI: The University of Maryland Working Papers, vol. 16
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The University of Maryland Working Papers, vol. 16
Message 1: The University of Maryland Working Papers, vol. 16
From: Matthew Wagers <mwagersumd.edu>
Subject: The University of Maryland Working Papers, vol. 16
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The University of Maryland Department of Linguistics is pleased to announce
the release of Volume 16 of UMWPiL: the University of Maryland Working
Papers in Linguistics.
UMWPiL 16 contains papers on a wide range of topics in syntax, as well as
lexical and sentence processing. Papers treat data and phenomena from a
number of languages, including Hindu/Urdu, Korean, Appalachian English, and
Turkish. A table of contents is given below.
Papers are freely accessible online in PDF form from:
The UMWPiL 16 Editorial Committee:
Akira Omaki, Ivan Ortega-Santos, Jon Sprouse, Matthew Wagers
TABLE OF CONTENTS
-- ''Non-Wh Phrases in Sluicing in Turkish''
-- ''Deriving Labels''
Shiti Malhotra and Pritha Chandra
-- ''A Short Note on Wh-scope-marking''
Anastasia M. Conroy
-- ''The Personal Dative in Appalachian English as a Reflexive Pronoun''
-- ''Revisiting Revived Syntactic Structures: The Extended Hybrid Approach
to Verbal Morphology''
Hee-don Ahn and Sungeun Cho
-- ''Non-Case-Marked Wh-Phrases and Left-Dislocation''
-- ''Edges in Syntax and Scope/Binding in Fragments in Korean''
Ellen F. Lau, Katya Rozanova and Colin Phillips
-- ''Syntactic Prediction and Lexical Surface Frequency Effects in Sentence
Joshua A. Riley and Gregory B. Cogan
-- ''A Two Mechanism Model of Pure Word Deafness''
Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics; Syntax
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