Language monitoring in bilinguals as a mechanism for rapid lexical divergence 
T. Mark Ellison, Australian National University & Luisa Miceli, University of Western Australia


Symmetrical and asymmetrical voice systems and processing load: pupillometric evidence from sentence production in Tagalog and German
Sebastian Sauppe
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Ruhr University Bochum, and Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf


Class, gender and substrate erasure in sociolinguistic change: a sociophonetic study of schwa in deracializing South African English
Rajend Mesthrie
University of Cape Town


Emergent positional privilege in novel English blends
Elliott Moreton, Jennifer L. Smith, & Katya Pertsova, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


Renewal: a figure of speech or a process of sui generis? 
Uta Reinöhl & Nikolaus P. Himmelmann, Universität zu Köln


/u/-fronting and agent-based modeling: the relationship between the origin and spread of sound change
Jonathan Harrington & Florian Schiel, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich


Phonological restrictions on lenition in Scottish Gaelic
Michael Hammond, Yan Chen, Elise Bell, Andrew Carnie, Diana Archangeli, Adam Ussishkin, & Muriel Fisher, University of Arizona


Historical Syntax (online only): Special Issue: New Insights

New insights into the syntax and semantics of complementation: Introduction to the special issue
Łukasz Jedrzejowski, University of Cologne


The development of the declarative complementizer in German
Katrin Axel-Tober, University of Tübingen


From a focus particle to a conjunction: Diachronic and synchronic analysis of German zumal
Ira Eberhardt, University of Tübingen


The C system of relatives and complement clauses in the history of Slavic languages
Roland Meyer, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin




Guardians of language: Twenty voices through history. By Florian Coulmas
Iair G. Or & Elana Shohamy, Tel Aviv University


Are some languages better than others? By R. M. W. Dixon
Lars Johanson, University of Mainz


A theory of phonological features. By San Duanmu
Jeff Mielke


Phonological typology. By Matthew K. Gordon
Paul V. de Lacy


Grammaticalization and the rise of configurationality in Indo-Aryan. By Ura Reinöhl
Geoffrey Haig


Cyclical change continued. Ed. by Elly van Gelderen
Agnes Jäger


Editor's Report


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