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Fri Jun 27 1997

Books: Germanic Ling

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Message 1: New Book: Germanic Linguistics

Date: Sun, 22 Jun 1997 17:39:56 +0200 (MEST)
From: Christoph Eyrich <>
Subject: New Book: Germanic Linguistics

		 Irmengard Rauch and Gerald F. Carr

 		 Classic and Contemporary 

		 1997. 23 x 15.5 cm. X, 354 pages. 
		 Cloth DM 228,-/approx. US$ 163.00
			 ISBN 3-11-014854-4 
	 Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 94

		Mouton de Gruyter * Berlin * New York

This collection of twenty papers bears out the defining character-
istics of current research in Germanic Linguistics, such as a strong
pursuit of historical data with a preference for phonology, and a
strong pursuit of morphology/syntax with a preference for modern
data. A richness of approaches is likewise evident. Classic research
problems of Germanic linguistics are not abandoned; they are indeed
avidly pursued in the light of developing pluralism in contemporary
method-ological insights, hence the subtitle of this work.


Irmengard Rauch and Gerald F. Carr, Preface: The soul of Germanic
linguistics * Charles M. Barrack, The putative strengthening of glides
in Gothic * Diana Chirita, Latin influence on Germanic word order: A
discussion of Behaghel's theory * Robert D. Fulk, Ambisyllabicity in
Old English: A contrary view * Michael Getty, Machds, dass-ds
wegkummds! The mystery of inflected complementizers * Kurt Gustav
Goblirsch, On the Old High German Medienverschie-bung * Wayne Harbert,
Underspecification and the Old High German monophtongization * Robert
G. Hoeing, The phrase structure of partitives in High German * Anatoly
Liberman, The reaction on monosyllable to apocope in German dialects *
Erik J. Macki, Aspects of "headedness switching" in German, Dutch, and
Danish verb complexes * Enrique Mallen, Agreement and null subjects in
Germanic and Romance * B. Richard Page, Articulatory phonology as a
tool for explanation in historical phonology: The case of stop
epenthesis in Germanic * Herbert Penzel, The Germanic i-umlaut
revisited * Edgar Polome, How Indo-European is Germanic? * Irmengard
Rauch, Bag V: PC German * Rex A. Sprouse, Thematic hierarchies and the
argument-structure-syntax interface: Evidence from germanic
ditransitive verbs * Robert P. Stockwell and Donka Minkova, Against
the notion "metrical grammar" * Ilona Vandergriff, Two-domain
conditionals: Verb-first, integration, politeness * John te Velde,
Coordinate ellipsis in German: Old problems from a new (minimalist)
perspective * Theo Vennemann, The development of reduplicating verbs
in Germanic * Heide Waltz, Causative psych-verbs in the history of
English * Index


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