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Journal Title: Canadian Journal of Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   66 / 3
Date: 2021
Table of Contents: Nobody there? On the non-existence of nobody in Mandarin Chinese and related issues
by Waltraud Paul
pp 279-316

The regularizing, analogical effect of metathesis in Modern Ch'ol (Mayan): The cases of 7ejk'ach ‘fingernail, claw’ and 7ik'oty ‘with, and’
by David Mora-Marín
pp 317-345

(Inter)subjectivisation et chaines sémantiques dans les adverbes français en –ment : analyse du passage de l'adverbe intégré à la proposition au marqueur discursif
by Emma Álvarez-Prendes
pp 346-373

Anaphoric binding in Modern Standard Arabic: A phase-based analysis
by Basem Al-Raba'a
pp 374-411

An illusory subject preference in Algonquian agreement
by Will Oxford
pp 412-430

The person-animacy connection: Evidence from Algonquian and Dene
by Bethany Lochbihler, Will Oxford, Nicholas Welch
pp 431-442

Viviane Déprez and Fabiola Henri (eds) 2018. Negation and Negative Concord: The view from creoles. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Pp. x + 325. $US 158.
by Gréte Dalmi
pp 443-447

Gillian Catriona Ramchand. 2018. Situations and syntactic structures: Rethinking auxiliaries and order in English. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Pp. vi+ 235
by Monica Irimia
pp 447-450

National Achievement Award, Canadian Linguistic Association Prix national d'excellence, Association canadienne de linguistique 2021
by pp 451-461

(Inter)subjectivisation et chaines sémantiques dans les adverbes français en –ment : analyse du passage de l'adverbe intégré à la proposition au marqueur discursive—CORRIGENDUM
by Emma Álvarez-Prendes
pp 462-462

CNJ volume 66 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

CNJ volume 66 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b4

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 32.3269