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LINGUIST List 21.4701

Mon Nov 22 2010

Books: General Linguistics: Gerdts, Moore, Polinsky (Eds)

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Message 1: Hypothesis A/Hypothesis B: Gerdts, Moore, Polinsky (Eds)
Date: 16-Nov-2010
From: David Weininger <dgwmit.edu>
Subject: Hypothesis A/Hypothesis B: Gerdts, Moore, Polinsky (Eds)
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Title: Hypothesis A/Hypothesis B
Subtitle: Linguistic Explorations in Honor of David M. Perlmutter
Series Title: Current Studies in Linguistics
Published: 2010
Publisher: MIT Press

Book URL: http://mitpress.mit.edu/9780262633567

Editor: Donna B. Gerdts
Editor: John C. Moore
Editor: Maria Polinsky
Hardback: ISBN: 026213487X 9780262134873 Pages: 528 Price: U.S. $ 70 Comment: Out of print
Paperback: ISBN: 0262633566 9780262633567 Pages: 528 Price: U.S. $ 35

Anyone who has studied linguistics in the last half-century has been
affected by the work of David Perlmutter. One of the era's most versatile
linguists, he is perhaps best known as the founder (with Paul Postal) of
Relational Grammar, but he has also made contributions to areas ranging
from theoretical morphology to sign language phonology. "Hypothesis
A/Hypothesis B" (the title evokes Perlmutter's characteristic style of
linguistic argumentation) offers twenty-three essays by Perlmutter's
colleagues and former students.

Many of the contributions deal with the study of the world's languages
(including Indo-European languages, sign language, and languages of the
Americas), reflecting the influence of Perlmutter's cross-linguistic
research and meticulous analysis of empirical data. Other topics include
grammatical relations and their mapping; unaccusatives, impersonals, and
the like; complex verbs, complex clauses, and Wh-constructions; and the
nature of sign language. Perlmutter, currently Professor Emeritus at the
University of California, San Diego, and still actively engaged in the
field, opens the volume with the illuminating and entertaining essay, "My
Path in Linguistics."

Contributors: Judith Aissen, Mark Aronoff, Leonard H. Babby, Nicoleta
Bateman, J. Albert Bickford, Sandra Chung, William D. Davies, Stanley
Dubinsky, Katarzyna Dziwirek, Patrick Farrell, Donald G. Frantz, Donna B.
Gerdts, Alice C. Harris, Brian D. Joseph, GĂ©raldine Legendre, Philip S.
LeSourd, Joan Maling, Stephen A. Marlett, Diane Lillo-Martin, James
McCloskey, Richard P. Meier, Irit Meir, John C. Moore, Carol A. Padden,
Maria Polinsky, Eduardo P. Raposo, Richard A. Rhodes, Wendy Sandler, Paul
Smolensky, Annie Zaenen

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Written In: English (eng )

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