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LINGUIST List 18.54

Wed Jan 10 2007

FYI: Linguistics in Potsdam 25

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Message 1: Linguistics in Potsdam 25
Date: 04-Jan-2007
From: Ralf Vogel <Ralf.VogelUni-Potsdam.de>
Subject: Linguistics in Potsdam 25


Issue 25 of Linguistics in Potsdam (LiP) has been published:

Hans Broekhuis, Ralf Vogel (eds.),
Optimality Theory and Minimalism: A Possible Convergence?
Contributors: Pius ten Hacken, Jane Grimshaw, Alona Soschen, Vieri
Samek-Lodovici, Ralf Vogel, Hans Broekhuis, Eva Engels and Sten Vikner.

Please visit the LiP website for further details and downloads.

LiP is the working papers series of the Institute of Linguistics at the
University of Potsdam. It is available online with free access via the
following website:
http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/lip

Earlier issues:

LiP 24:
Roland Pfau and Markus Steinbach:
Modality-Independent and Modality-Specific Aspects of Grammaticalization in
Sign Languages

LiP 23:
Jörg Didakowski:
Robustes Parsing und Disambiguierung mit gewichteten Transduktoren

LiP 22
Ralf Vogel (ed.):
Three papers on German verb movement
with contributions by Andre Meinunger, Gisbert Fanselow and Ralf Vogel.


PD Dr. Ralf Vogel
Institute of Linguistics
University of Potsdam
Germany

Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories; Syntax

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