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Name: George  Walkden
Institution: University of Manchester
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://personalpages.manchester.ac.uk/staff/george.walkden/
State and/or Country: United Kingdom   
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Syntax
Language Family(ies): Germanic
Selected Publications: 2013 (forthcoming). Verb-third in early West Germanic: a comparative perspective. In Biberauer & Walkden (eds.), Syntax over time.

2013 (forthcoming). The correspondence problem in syntactic reconstruction. Diachronica.

2013 (forthcoming). The status of hwæt in Old English. English Language and Linguistics. (Winner of the Richard M. Hogg Prize 2011.)

2012. Against Inertia. Lingua 122: 891-901.

2011. Abduction or Inertia? The logic of syntactic change. In Chris Cummins, Chi-Hé Elder, Thomas Godard, Morgan Macleod, Elaine Schmidt & George Walkden (eds.), Proceedings of the Sixth Cambridge Postgraduate Conference in Language Research, 230-239. Cambridge: Cambridge Institute of Language Research.

2009. Deriving the Final-over-Final Constraint from third factor considerations. Cambridge Occasional Papers in Linguistics 5: 67-72.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Syntactic Reconstruction and Proto-Germanic
 Syntax over Time
Courses Taught: Introducing English Grammar
Historical Syntax
Introduction to Historical Linguistics
English Corpus Linguistics
Dissertation Abstract: Syntactic Reconstruction and Proto-Germanic
Reviewer of: Grammatical Change (LL Issue 23.1810)
Academic Paper Abstract: Null subjects in Old English
The status of hwæt in Old English



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