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TOC: Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics 48 (2017)

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Date: 12-Feb-2018
From: Kate Huddlestone <katevgsun.ac.za>
Subject: Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Vol. 48 (2017)
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Publisher: Department of General Linguistics, Stellenbosch University
http://www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/arts/linguistics/

Journal Title: Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics
Volume Number: 48
Issue Number:
Issue Date: 2017


Subtitle: Iets kleins/’n Klein ietsie: a festschrift to honour Johan Oosthuizen on the occasion of his retirement


Main Text:

VOL 48 (2017)
Iets kleins/’n Klein ietsie: a festschrift to honour Johan Oosthuizen on the occasion of his retirement

Guest Editors
Alexander Andrason & Theresa Biberauer

Table f Contents

Introduction & Acknowledgments

Acknowledgements
Alex Andrason, Theresa Biberauer

Introduction
Theresa Biberauer, Alexander Andrason
i-xi

Part I: Afrikaans Centre-Stage

A note on the periphrastic past in Afrikaans
Jan-Wouter Zwart
1-8

The secret nominal life of Afrikaans intransitive adpositions
Erin Pretorius
9-16

Negative exclamatives in Afrikaans: some initial thoughts
Theresa Biberauer, Jean-Marie Potgieter
17-33

Movement in the Afrikaans left periphery: a view from anti-locality
Robyn Berghoff
35-50

Die slag toe slim sy baas gevang het
Christo van Rensburg
51-66

PART II: Beyond Afrikaans - Linguistic Diversity in Southern Africa

'Ja-nee. No, I'm fine': a note on YES and NO in South Africa
Theresa Biberauer, Marie van Heukelum, Lalia Duke
67-86

Poetry in South African Sign Language: what is different?
Anne Baker
87-92

A preliminary look at negative constructions in South African Sign Language: Question-Answer clauses
Kate Huddlestone
93-104

Nominal marking in Northern Tshwa (Kalahari Khoe)
Anne-Maria Fehn, Admire Phiri
105-122

The name of the fourth river: a small puzzle presented by a fragment of Kora, for Johan Oosthuizen
Menán du Plessis
123-137

The "exotic" nature of ideophones - from Khoekhoe to Xhosa
Alexander Andrason
139-150

Cognate objects of weather verbs in African languages of South Africa – from synchronic variation to a grammaticalization path
Alexander Andrason, Marianna Visser
151-160

Part III: The Peculiarities of Germanic

NPE, gender and the countable/mass distinction
Tarald Taraldsen
161-181

There is room at the bottom for small linguistic stuff
Norbert Corver
183-195

A note on root projection and labelling
Jochen Zeller
197-204

Decomposing V2
Roland Hinterhölzl
205-217

Part IV: Beyond Germanic and Africa - Puzzles Ancient and Modern

Fronting and exhaustive exclusion in Biblical Hebrew
Christo van der Merwe
219-222

At the interface of syntax and prosody: differentiating Left Dislocated and Tripartite Verbless Clauses in Biblical Hebrew
Jacobus Naudé, Cynthia Miller-Naudé
223-238

Grammatical polysemy and grammaticalization in cognitive and generative perspectives: finding common ground in inter-generational corpora of ancient languages
Christian Locatell
239-253

Collapse of genitive and benefactive case in Ecuadorian Quechua?
Pieter Muysken
255-260


Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
                            Lexicography
                            Ling & Literature
                            Phonology
                            Pragmatics
                            Semantics
                            Syntax

Subject Language(s): Afrikaans (afr)
                            English (eng)
                            Hebrew, Ancient (hbo)
                            Korana (kqz)
                            Kxoe (xuu)
                            Nama (naq)
                            South African Sign Language (sfs)
                            Tswa (tsc)
                            Xhosa (xho)

Language Family(ies): Germanic
                            Quechuan

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