Articles

 

From possessor agreement to object marking in the evolution of the Udmurt -jez suffix: A grammaticalization approach to morpheme syncretism

Katalin É. Kiss, Pázmány Péter Catholic University and Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Orsolya Tánczos, Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences



 

Subject prominence and processing dependencies in prenominal relative clauses: The comprehension of possessive relative clauses and adjunct relative clauses in Mandarin Chinese

Chien-Jer Charles Lin, Indiana University Bloomington



 

On the order of demonstrative, numeral, adjective, and noun

Matthew S. Dryer, University at Buffalo



 

Prenasalized and postoralized consonants: The diverse functions of enhancement

W. Leo Wetzels, Universidade Federal do Ceará and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Andrew Nevins, University College London and Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro



 

The real-time dynamics of the individual and the community in grammaticalization

Peter Petré, University of Antwerp and Freek Van de Velde, University of Leuven



 

Crosslinguistic structural priming as a mechanism of contact-induced language change: Evidence from Papiament-Dutch bilinguals in Aruba and the Netherlands

Gerrit Jan Kootstra and Hülya Şahin, Centre for Language Studies, Radboud University Nijmegen 



 

The time course of individuals' perception of coarticulatory imformation is linked to their production: Implications for sound change

Patrice Speeter Beddor, University of Michigan, Andries W. Coetzee, University of Michigan and North-West University, Will Styler, University of California, San Diego, Kevin B. McGowan, University of Kentucky, and Julie E. Boland, University of Michigan

 

Phonological Analysis

 

Phonological degrees of labiality

Jérémy Pasquereau, Surrey Morphology Group, University of Surrey



 

The Abawiri tone system in typological perspective

Brendon Yoder, University of California, Santa Barbara and SIL International



 

Research Report

 

The global dispreference for posterior voiced obstruents: A quantitative assessment of word-list data

Caleb Everett, University of Miami



 

Teaching Linguistics

 

What's in a name? Teaching linguistics using onomastic data

Laurel MacKenzie, New York University



 

Discussion

 

Language documentation twenty-five years on

Frank Seifart, CNRS & Université de Lyon, University of Amsterdam, and University of Cologne, Nicholas Evans, ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language, The Australian National University, Harald Hammarström, Uppsala University and Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History and Stephen C. Levinson, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics

Reviews

The evolution of pragmatic markers in English: Pathways of change. By Laurel J. Brinton

Reviewed by Karim Aijmer, University of Gothenburg



 

Discourse-pragmatic variation in context: Eight hundred years of like. By Alexandra D'Arcy

Reviewed by Joseph Salmons, University of Wisconsin-Madison



 

Syntax and Spell-out in Slavic. By Steven Franks

Reviewed by Krzysztof Migdalski, University of Wroclaw



 

Word order change in acquisition and language contact: Essays in honour of Ans van Kemenade. Ed. by Bettelou Los and Pieter de Haan

Reviewed by George Walkden, University of Konstanz



 

Agreement beyond phi. By Shigeru Miyagawa

Reviewed by Elena Anagnostopoulou, University of Crete



 

Semantics, metasemantics, aboutness. By Ori Simchen

Reviewed by Gila Sher, University of California, San Diego



 

Additional Materials

 

Obituary for Arthur S. Abramson