Language change across the lifespan: Three trajectory types [pdf]

  • Gillian Sankoff pp. pp. 197-229

 

The noun-verb distinction in established and emergent sign systems [pdf]

  • Natasha Abner, Molly Flaherty, Katelyn Stangl, Marie Coppola, Diane Brentari, Susan Goldin-Meadow pp. 230-267

 

Children’s sensitivity to phonological and semantic cues during noun class learning: Evidence for a phonological bias [pdf]

  • Jennifer Culbertson, Hanna Jarvinen, Frances Haggarty, Kenny Smith pp. 268-293

 

Birth of a contact language did not favor simplification [pdf]

  • Felicity Meakins, Xia Hua, Cassandra Algy, Lindell Bromham pp. 294-332

 

A quantitative-theoretical analysis of syntactic microvariation: Word order in Dutch verb clusters [pdf]

  • Jeroen van Craenenbroeck, Marjo van Koppen, Antal van den Bosch pp. 333-370

 

Historical Syntax (Online-only)

Contact-induced variation in Transylvanian Saxon verb clusters [pdf]

  • Ariana Bancu pp. e193-e215

 

Language and Public Policy (Online-only)

Testifying while black: An experimental study of court reporter accuracy in transcription of African American English [pdf]

  • Taylor Jones, Jessica Rose Kalbfeld, Ryan Hancock, Robin Clark pp. e216-e252

 

Phonological Analysis (Online-only)

Metrical structure and sung rhythm of the Hausa rajaz [pdf]

  • Bruce Hayes, Russell G. Schuh pp. e253-e299

 

Teaching Linguistics (Online-only)

Linguistics in middle school: Incorporating linguistics into project-based learning [pdf]

  • Nicoleta Bateman pp. e300-e326

 

Commentary (Online-only)

Field stations for linguistic research: A blueprint of a sustainable model [pdf]

  • Maria Polinsky pp. e327-e338

 

Reviews

Advances in Italian dialectology: Sketches of Italo-Romance grammars ed. by Roberta D’Alessandro, Diego Pescarini [pdf]

  • Lori Repetti pp. 371-373

 

Talking Indian: Identity and language revitalization in the Chickasaw renaissance by Jenny L. Davis  [pdf]

  • Jocelyn C. Ahlers pp. 374-376

 

Propositional content by Peter Hanks [pdf]

  • Peter Pagin pp. 377-380

 

Micro-change and macro-change in diachronic syntax ed. by Éric Mathieu, Robert Truswell [pdf]

  • Chris H. Reintges pp. 380-383

 

The semantics and pragmatics of quotation ed. by Paul Saka, Michael Johnson

  • Erik Stei pp. 383-386

 

The Editors Report

The Editor’s Report [pdf]

  • pp. 387-389

 

Recent Publications

Recent Publications [pdf]

  • pp. 390-391