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LINGUIST List 21.3195

Fri Aug 06 2010

FYI: Patras Working Papers in Linguistics

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        1.    Nikos Koutsoukos, Patras Working Papers in Linguistics

Message 1: Patras Working Papers in Linguistics
Date: 05-Aug-2010
From: Nikos Koutsoukos <nkoutsoukosupatras.gr>
Subject: Patras Working Papers in Linguistics
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Patras Working Papers in Linguistics is a new biannual edition which
publishes work by academics and young linguists who are affiliated in the
Linguistics Division of the Department of Philology of the University of

Patras Working Papers in Linguistics includes papers in Greek or in
English, dealing with any aspect of linguistics, synchronic or diachronic,
theoretical or applied. The topics of the first volume are hot issues for
morphological theory: the demarcation of compounding and prefixation, the
role of constraints in compound formation, the development of coordinate
compounds, neoclassical compounding, evaluative morphology, agentive
suffixation, and borderline cases between morphology and syntax.

For more information on being a volume reader, please visit:
http://xantho.lis.upatras.gr/pasithee/index.php/pwpl/issue/current, or contact
the Series Editor: ralliupatras.gr.

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Morphology

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