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LINGUIST List 21.3044

Thu Jul 22 2010

FYI: Rutgers Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 3

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        1.    Peter Staroverov, Rutgers Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 3

Message 1: Rutgers Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 3
Date: 20-Jul-2010
From: Peter Staroverov <petestarutgers.edu>
Subject: Rutgers Working Papers in Linguistics vol. 3
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The Department of Linguistics at Rutgers University is pleased to announce
that the third volume of Rutgers Working Papers in Linguistics is now
available. The book presents recent work of professors, graduate students,
and visitors at the Rutgers Department of Linguistics.

Book URL: https://www.createspace.com/3448693

Table of Contents:

1. An Exploration of Truncation in Italian
Pages 1-30
Birgit Alber

2. On Tense and Copular Verbs in Nonverbal Predications in Sakha
Pages 31-63
Mark C. Baker and Nadezhda Vinokurova

3. Sluicing and the Brazilian Portuguese Null Copula
Pages 64-91
Matthew Barros

4. Definite Inner Antecedents and Wh-Correlates in Sluices
Pages 92-114
Veneeta Dayal and Roger Schwarzschild

5. Voicing Assimilation in Czech
Pages 115-144
Věra Dvořák

6. Complex-Predicate-Forming Operators with Mixed Adicity-Change Effects:
Künu in Mapudungun
Pages 145-178
Carlos A. Fasola

7. Calculating Vocalic Similarity through Puns
Pages 179-198
Shigeto Kawahara and Kazuko Shinohara

8. Anaphora without Pronouns: Centering in Japanese
Pages 199-221
John G. Manna

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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