Articles

 

Intersecting constraint families: An argument for harmonic grammar
Kie Zuraw & Bruce Hayes, University of California, Los Angeles

 

Active dependency formation in islands: How grammatical resumption affects sentence processing
Maayan Keshev & Aya Meltzer-Asscher, Tel-Aviv University

 

Informativity and the actuation of lenition
Uriel Cohen Priva, Brown University

 

The medium-term dynamics of accents on reality television
Morgan Sonderegger, McGill University and Centre for Research on Brain, Language, and Music, Max Bane, University of Chicago & Peter Graff, University of Vienna

 

Influence of predicate sense on word order in sign languages: Intensional and extentional verbs
Donna Jo Napoli, Swarthmore College, Rachel Sutton Spence, Federal University of Santa Catalina & Ronice Müller de Quadros, Federal University of Santa Catalina

 

Expression of information structure in West Slavic: Modeling the impact of prosodic and word-order factors
Radek Šimík, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Marta Wierzba, University of Potsdam

 

Historical Syntax

 

Stylistic fronting in Old Italian: A phase-based analysis
Irene Franco, Goethe Universität-Frankfurt am Main

 

The change in the position of the verb in the history of Portuguese: Subject realization, clitic placement, and prosody
Charlotte Galves, Universidade de Campinas & Maria Clara Paixāo de Sousa, Universidade de São Paulo

 

Reviews

 

Edible gender, mother-in-law style, & other grammatical wonders: Studies in Dyirbal, Yidiñ, & Warragamy. By R. M. W. Dixon
Reviewed by Anne Storch, University of Cologne

 

Signing and belonging in Nepal. By Erika Hoffman-Dilloway
Reviewed by Anne E. Pfister, University of North Florida

 

Compositional semantics: An introduction to the syntax/semantics interface. By Pauline Jacobson
Reviewed by Robert Henderson, University of Arizona

 

The Oxford handbook of derivational morphology. Ed. by Rochelle Lieber and Pavil Štekauer
Reviewed by Gert Booij, University of Leiden

 

Contiguity theory. By Norvin Richards
Reviewed by Dennis Ott, University of Ottawa

 

Computational models of referring: A study in cognitive science. By Kees van Deemter
Reviewed by William S. Horton, Northwestern University

 

Second language acquisition. By Roumyana Slabakova
Reviewed by Tania Ionin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

Replies

 

What does incipient /ay/-raising look like? A response to Josef Fruehwald
Kelly Berkson, Stuart Davis & Alyssa Strickler, Indiana University

 

Response to Berkson, Davis & Strickler, 'What does incipient /ay/-raising look like?'
Josef Fruehwald, University of Edinburgh

 

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