Integrating sound symbolism with core grammar: the case of expressive palatalization
John Alderete & Alexei Kochetov


Backgrounded agents in Catalan Sign Language (LSC): passives, middles, or impersonals?
Gemma Barberà & Patricia Cabredo Hofherr


NP recursion over time: evidence from Indo-European
Manuel Widmer, Sandra Auderset, Johanna Nichols, Paul Widmer, & Balthasar Bickel


The multifunctionality of 'possible' modal adverbs: a comparative look
Daisuke Suzuki & Takashi Fujiwara


Result verbs, scalar change, and the typology of motion verbs
John Beavers & Andrew Koontz-Garboden


Case assignment and argument realization in nominals
Anastasia Smirnova & Ray Jackendoff


Review Articles

The making of the Oxford English Dictionary. by Peter Gilliver
Reviewed by R. W. McConchie


What the F: what swearing reveals about our language, our brains, and ourselves. By Benjamin K. Bergen
Reviewed by Laura W. McGarrity


Phonological acquisition: child language and constraint-based grammar. By Anne-Michelle Tessier
Reviewed by John Archibald



Language vitality: the weak theoretical underpinnings of what can be an exciting research area
Salikoko S. Mufwene


On how and why languages become endangered: reply to Mufwene
Lyle Campbell


The vitality or endangerment of some nonindigenous languages: a response to Mufwene
Nala H. Lee


Language vitality: theorizing language loss, shift, and reclamation (response to Mufwene)
Claire Bowern


The vitality and diversity of multilingual repertoires: commentary on Mufwene
Pierpaolo DiCarlo & Jeff Good


How far can the language ecology metaphor take us? A Pacific perspective on language vitality (Response to Mufwene)
Fiona Willans & Anthony Jukes


African(ist) perspectives on vitality: fluidity, small speaker numbers, and adaptive multilingualism make vibrant ecologies (Response to Mufwene)
Friederike Lüpke


Understanding language vitality and reclamation as resilience: a framework for language endangerment and 'loss' (Commentary on Mufwene)
Colleen M. Fitzgerald


On the role of agency, marginalization, multilingualism, and language policy in maintaining language vitality: Commentary on Mufwene
Marlyse Baptista


It's still worth theorizing on LEL, despite the heterogeneity and complexity of the processes (Response to the commentators)
Salikoko S. Mufwene


Phonological Alanysis

Phonological conditions on variable adjective and noun word order in Tagalog
Stephanie S. Shih & Kie Zuraw


All dissimilation is computationally subsequential
Amanda Payne


Additional Materials