The speaker-addressee relation at the syntax-semantics interface [pdf]

  • Paul Portner, Miok Pak, Raffaella Zanuttini pp. 1-36

Pragmatics and the social life of the English definite article [pdf]

  • Eric K. Acton pp. 37-65

Prosody, focus, and ellipsis in Irish [pdf]

  • Ryan Bennett, Emily Elfner, James McCloskey pp. 66-106

Expressive updates, much? [pdf]

  • Daniel Gutzmann, Robert Henderson pp. 107-135

Implicit control crosslinguistically [pdf]

  • Marcel Pitteroff, Florian Schäfer pp. 136-184

Historical Syntax (Online-only):

Arrested development: Case attraction as a transitional stage from Old Icelandic demonstrative to relative  [pdf]

  • Christopher D. Sapp pp. e1-e40

Perspectives (Online-only):

Generative linguistics and neural networks at 60: Foundation, friction, and fusion

  • Joe Pater pp. e41-e74

No integration without structured representations: Response to Pater [pdf]

  • Iris Berent, Gary Marcus pp. e75-e86

Generative grammar, neural networks, and the implementational mapping problem: Response to Pater [pdf]

  • Ewan Dunbar pp. e87-e98

What can linguistics and deep learning contribute to each other? Response to Pater [pdf]

  • Tal Linzen pp. e99-e108

Fusion is great, and interpretable fusion could be exciting for theory generation: Response to Pater [pdf]

  • Lisa S. Pearl pp. e109-e114

A case for deep learning in semantics: Response to Pater [pdf]

  • Christopher Potts pp. e115-e124

No free lunch in linguistics or machine learning: Response to Pater [pdf]

  • Jonathan Rawski, Jeffrey Heinz pp. e125-e135

Research Reports (Online-only):

The effect of allophonic processes on word recognition: Eye-tracking evidence from Canadian raising [pdf]

  • Ashley Farris-Trimble, Anne-Michelle Tessier pp. e136-e160

Sign language endangerment and linguistic diversity [pdf]

  • Ben Braithwaite pp. e161-e187

Commentary (Online-only):

Tone: The present state and future potential [pdf]

  • Laura McPherson pp. e188-e192


Spontaneous spoken English: An integrated approach to the emergent grammar of speech by Alexander Haselow (review) [pdf]

  • Liesbeth Degand pp. 185-187

Motion and the English verb: A diachronic study by Judith Huber (review)  [pdf]

  • Claudio Iacobini pp. 188-190

Quantitative historical linguistics: A corpus framework by Gard B. Jenset and Barbara McGillivray (review) [pdf]

  • Dirk Geeraerts pp. 190-191

Borrowing: Loanwords in the speech community and in the grammar by Shana Poplack (review) [pdf]

Bernd Heine pp. 192-194

Recent Publications

Recent Publications [pdf]

pp. 195-196