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LINGUIST List 25.390

Thu Jan 23 2014

FYI: Leuven Working Papers in Linguistics (Vol.2)

Editor for this issue: Uliana Kazagasheva <ulianalinguistlist.org>

Date: 23-Jan-2014
From: Bert Oben <bert.obenarts.kuleuven.be>
Subject: Leuven Working Papers in Linguistics (Vol.2)
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The Linguistics department of the University of Leuven (Belgium) started sharing its working papers a year ago. The second volume (2013) is now available at:


An overview of the papers in the volume can be found below:
- The diffusion of English absolutes: A diachronic register study (Nikki van de Pol & Hubert Cuyckens)
- The development of free adjuncts in English and Dutch (Lauren Fonteyn & Hubert Cuyckens)
- The interdisciplinary potential of Digital Humanities illustrated: what syntactic analysis reveals about medieval history (Peter Petré)
- What it means to verbalize: The changing discourse functions of the English gerund (Lauren Fonteyn, Hendrik De Smet & Liesbet Heyvaert)
- ''Factive'' parenthetical clauses? A synchronic and diachronic account of I regret (to say) (Caroline Gentens)
- Free-standing que-clauses and other directive strategies in Spanish (María Sol Sansiñena, Bert Cornillie & Hendrik De Smet)
- Subject position in psych verb clauses (Natalia Pericchi)
- Register analysis in blogs: Correlation between professional sector and functional dimensions (Jocelyne Daems, Dirk Speelman & Tom Ruette)

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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