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TOC: Glot Intl 3.5

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  1. Rint Sybesma, Table of Contents Glot International 3-5

Message 1: Table of Contents Glot International 3-5

Date: Fri, 04 Sep 1998 22:57:52 +0200
From: Rint Sybesma <>
Subject: Table of Contents Glot International 3-5

Table of Contents of Glot International, Vol. 3, Issue 5

Editors: Lisa L.S. Cheng and Rint Sybesma
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Interview with James McCawley:
"What's right about X-bar syntax is the X and the bar. What's wrong is
everything else!"

Marc van Oostendorp: "Schwa in phonological theory" "In general it
seems that the requirements on schwa syllables are much stronger than
those on syllables headed by other vowels."

Neil Smith writes on "Acquired whining" "To return at the end to Woody
Allen, it is clear that the quotation I started with was inspired by
his admiration for Chomsky."

"The syntax of Past Participles. A generative study of nonfinite
constructions in Ancient and Modern Italian" by Verner Egerland (Lund
1996) reviewed by Yves D'Hulst

"Direct object scrambling in Dutch and Italian child language"
by Jeannette Schaeffer (UCLA 1997)
reviewed by Astrid Ferdinand

"Base rules phonetically"
by Joan Mascar
reviewing "Grounded phonology"
by Diana Archangeli and Douglas Pulleyblank (MIT Press 1994)

"Signal analysis and digital signals"
by Stefan Frisch
reviewing "WinSAL-V", by Ingolf Franke

Conference reports:
GLOW Special: 
 GLOW Hyderabad, India, January 20-23 (by Georges
 GLOW Tilburg, April 15-18, including the workshops (by
 Ileana Paul, Marc van Oostendorp, and Jan-Wouter Zwart)
Interview with Henk van Riemsdijk (by Lisa Cheng and Rint
 Sybesma): "We're a great field, but it is small and in
 considerable danger."

ConSOLE 6, December 15-17, University of Lisbon (by Joo

The number of death
A Linguistic Mystery in Eight Installments
by Chris Sidney Tappan
Chapter 4. Towards some hypotheses

Rint Sybesma
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