LINGUIST List 9.1492

Sat Oct 24 1998

TOC: Syntaxis (journal)

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  1. Juan Pablo Mora Gutirrez, Syntaxis: An International Journal of Syntactic Research

Message 1: Syntaxis: An International Journal of Syntactic Research

Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 15:13:12 +0200
From: Juan Pablo Mora Gutirrez <jmoracica.es>
Subject: Syntaxis: An International Journal of Syntactic Research


The first issue of Syntaxis, a journal published by the University of
Huelva Press in Spain, has just come out. The articles in volume 1
(1998) are the following:

T. Givon: The syntax of literacy

Lyn Frazier: Syntactic theory and Syntactic processing

Juan Carlos Moreno-Cabrera: Sintaxis formal y sintaxis conceptual: mas
alla de la tipologia de las oraciones de relativo

Jose Luis Gonzalez- Escribano: Minimalism, move and the Internal Subject
Hypothesis (ISH)

Bart Defrancq: Embedded interrogatives and coordination in French

Enrique Alcaraz: Claves sintacticas de la estilistica linguistica

William O'Grady: Principles of phrasal architecture: Category assignment
in coordinate structures

Frederick J. Newmeyer: The irrelevance of typology for grammatical
theory


Syntaxis publishes articles presenting the results of current research
in all areas related to the syntax of human languages. Inspired by the
original Greek term syntaxis from which it takes its name, a major goal
of this journal is to bring together different perspectives and
approaches to the study of how languages put words together. Syntaxis
will also accept for publication review articles presenting the
achievements and current state of established and emergent syntactic
frameworks. Information about orders, subscriptions, and contributions
for publication can be obtained from http://www.philologia.uhu.es, or
from:

Montserrat Martinez (montseuhu.es)
Editor of syntaxis
Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Huelva
Av. de las Fuerzas Armadas s/n
E- 21007 Huelva
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