LINGUIST List 28.5166

Thu Dec 07 2017

TOC: Journal of Historical Linguistics 7 / 1 (2017)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <srobinsonlinguistlist.org>


Date: 07-Dec-2017
From: Karin Plijnaar <karin.plijnaarbenjamins.nl>
Subject: Journal of Historical Linguistics Vol. 7, No. 1 (2017)
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Publisher: John Benjamins
http://www.benjamins.com/

Journal Title: Journal of Historical Linguistics
Volume Number: 7
Issue Number: 1-2
Issue Date: 2017


Subtitle: Special Issue: The Rise and Development of Evidential and Epistemic Markers


Main Text:

2017. vi, 274 pp.

Table of Contents

Introduction

The rise and development of evidential and epistemic markers
Silvio Cruschina and Eva-Maria Remberger
Pages 1 – 8

Articles

Evidential adverbs in German: Diachronic development and present-day meaning
Katrin Axel-Tober and Kalle Müller
Pages 9 – 47

The grammaticalization of epistemicity in Ibero-Romance: Alike processes, unlike outcomes
Alice Corr
Pages 48 – 76

From verum to epistemic modality and evidentiality: On the emergence of the Spanish Adv+C construction
Anna Kocher
Pages 77 – 110

From visual perception to inference in the French evidential markers il m’est avis que, apparemment, and il paraît que
Amalia Rodríguez-Somolinos
Pages 111 – 133

The rise and development of parenthetical needless to say : An assumed evidential strategy
Zeltia Blanco-Suárez and Mario Serrano-Losada
Pages 134 – 159

On English turn out and Spanish resultar mirative constructions: A case of ongoing grammaticalization?
Mario Serrano-Losada
Pages 160 – 189

The grammaticalization of Dutch klinken
Marjolein Poortvliet
Pages 190 – 212

Miratives in Japanese: The rise of mirative markers via grammaticalization
Masaharu Shimada and Akiko Nagano
Pages 213 – 244

The evolution of egophoricity and evidentiality in the Himalayas: The case of Bunan
Manuel Widmer
Pages 245 – 274


Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
                            Syntax

Subject Language(s): Bunun (bnn)
                            Dutch (nld)
                            English (eng)
                            French (fra)
                            German (deu)
                            Japanese (jpn)
                            Spanish (spa)

Language Family(ies): Ibero-Romance
                            Tibeto-Burman

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