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LINGUIST List users now have free access to selected Language and Linguistics Compass review articles - and you can discuss them here with your peers!

This is the perfect opportunity to keep up with the current thinking in your field and engage in real-time discussion about issues raised in the articles. Whether you are a newcomer or an experienced researcher, from any area of the discipline, you will find these articles accessible, timely, and thought-provoking-and they are ideal for advanced teaching.

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Issue 11: Fall 2011

Semantic Reanalysis and Language Change
By Regine Eckardt
Language and Music in the Musician Brain
By Mireille Besson , Julie Chobert , Céline Marie
On the Typology of Palatalization
By Nicoleta Bateman
Grammar in English Curricula: Why Should Linguists Care?
By Jean Mulder
Antisymmetry and Dynamic Antisymmetry
By Michael Barrie

Read articles featured in previous issues