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LINGUIST List 21.1848

Thu Apr 15 2010

FYI: Call for Volume Contributions: South Slavic

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        1.    Marcin Grygiel, Call for Volume Contributions: South Slavic

Message 1: Call for Volume Contributions: South Slavic
Date: 14-Apr-2010
From: Marcin Grygiel <mgrygielpoczta.fm>
Subject: Call for Volume Contributions: South Slavic
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We invite contributions to the edited volume: South Slavic Nominal Systems
in Contrast and Comparison.

South Slavic languages (Croatian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Macedonian,
Montenegrin, Old Church Slavonic, Serbian, Slovene) represent a great
variety of functional and formal categories expressed within the noun
phrase, shaped by both analytic and synthetic markers. We are interested in
these nominal elements as parts of various systems and paradigms such as
cases, articles, demonstratives, noun modifiers, quantifiers, numerals,
possessives, pronouns. Nominal structures are both formal and functional
categories which cover a lot of semantic territory. Many are governed by
specific predicate classes and linked to various argument roles (experience,
recipient, goal, etc.) depending on the meaning of the predicate. They are
also involved in various formal relations and sequencing patterns. We are
interested in the systematicity of these patterns and their comparison both
in micro (within the South Slavic and Slavic groups) and macro

We encourage submission of high-quality and data-oriented contributions
reporting original work in both theoretical and experimental research areas
pertaining to the subject matter of the edited volume. All the papers will
be peer-reviewed.
Marcin Grygiel, Ph.D.
Department of Comparative Slavic Linguistics
University of Rzeszow,Poland

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax

Subject Language(s): Bulgarian (bul)
                            Macedonian (mkd)
                            Slavonic, Old Church (chu)
                            Slovenian (slv)
                            Bosnian (bos)
                            Croatian (hrv)
                            Serbian (srp)

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