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FYI: NYU Working Papers in Linguistics - Volume 3

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        1.     Jim Wood , NYU Working Papers in Linguistics - Volume 3

Message 1: NYU Working Papers in Linguistics - Volume 3
Date: 29-Sep-2011
From: Jim Wood <jim.woodnyu.edu>
Subject: NYU Working Papers in Linguistics - Volume 3
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We are pleased to announce the publication of NYU Working Papers in
Linguistics, Volume 3.

The volume can be accessed for free online at:


Jim Wood and Neil Myler
Editors, NYUWPL 3


Mark Baltin - The copy theory of movement and the binding-theoretic
status of A-traces: You can’t get there from here

Satarupa Das - Bengali imposters

Stephanie Harves and Richard S. Kayne - Having Need and Needing
Have in Contemporary Indo-European

Daniel Lassiter - Anaphoric Properties of which and the Syntax of
Appositive Relatives

Inna Livitz - Incorporating PRO: a Defective-Goal Analysis

Neil Myler - Come the pub with me: Silent TO in a Dialect of British

Laziz Nchare - The Syntax of Agreement in the Shupamem DP and
Greenberg’s Universal 20

Teresa O'Neill - The Syntax of ne...que Exceptives in French

Violeta Vasquez-Rojas - Definite and indefinite numeral phrases in

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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