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Tue Jan 03 2012

TOC: Semantics & Pragmatics 4/5-8 (2011)

Editor for this issue: Justin Petro <justinlinguistlist.org>

        1.     Kai von Fintel , Semantics & Pragmatics Vol. 4, No. 5-8 (2011)

Message 1: Semantics & Pragmatics Vol. 4, No. 5-8 (2011)
Date: 03-Jan-2012
From: Kai von Fintel <editorssemprag.org>
Subject: Semantics & Pragmatics Vol. 4, No. 5-8 (2011)
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Publisher: Linguistic Society of America

Journal Title: Semantics and Pragmatics (S&P)
Volume Number: 4
Issue Number: 5-8
Issue Date: 2011

Main Text:

We post TOC updates for Semantics and Pragmatics (S&P, http://semprag.org)
on a quarterly basis. Note that articles are published as soon as they are
ready, rather than waiting to be bundled into a standard issue. Since S&P is an
open access journal, all of the articles are available without any access
barriers. Here are the articles published in S&P this past quarter:

Wh-islands in degree questions: A semantic approach
Márta Abrusán

Another argument for embedded scalar implicatures based on oddness in downward
entailing environments
Giorgio Magri

Modification in non-combining idioms
Scott McClure

Temporal anaphora across and inside sentences: The function of participles
Corien Bary & Dag Trygve Truslew Haug

Semantics and Pragmatics is a peer-reviewed open access journal. The main
content is high quality, original, self-contained research articles on the
semantics and pragmatics of natural languages. While our target audience is
primarily academic linguists, we also publish material by, or of relevance to,
philosophers, psychologists, and computer scientists. The journal is affiliated
with and published by the Linguistic Society of America under its eLanguage
initiative, and receives financial support from the Massachussetts Institute of
Technology and the University of Texas at Austin.

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Subject Language(s): Greek, Ancient (grc)

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