Gender bias and stereotypes in linguistic example sentences

Hadas Kotek, Rikker Dockum, Sarah Babinski,  & Christopher Geissler 

pp. 653-677


Gender bias in linguistics textbooks: Has anything changed since Macaulay & Brice 1997?  

Paola Cépeda, Hadas Kotek, Katharina Pabst, & Kristen Syrett 

pp. 678-702


Categorical and gradient ungrammaticality in optional processes

Aaron Kaplan 

pp. 703-731


In celebration of the differences: Distributing meanings over structure

Marrianne Mithun 

pp. 732-751


Individual variation in the structure of bilingual grammars

Clara Cohen, Syed Waqar Nabi, Catherine F. Higham, Michael Putnam, Gerrit Jan Kootstra, & Janet G. van Hell

pp. 752-792


Demonstratives and visibility: Data from Ticuna and implications for theories of deixis

Amalia Skilton

pp. 793-824



Reimagining the current praxis of field linguistics training: Decolonial considerations

Adrienne Tsikewa

pp. e293-e319



When (not) to use the Japanese particle wa: Groundhood, contrastive topics, and grammatical functions

David Y. Oshima

pp. e320-e340


Testing MaxEnt with sound symbolism: A stripy wug-shaped curve in Japanese Pokémon names 

Shigeto Kawahara

pp. e341-e359


(Don't) try this at home!: The effects of recording devices and software on phonetic analysis

Chelsea Sanker, Sarah Babinski, Roslyn Burns, Marisha Evans, Jeremy Johns, Juhyae Kim, Slater Smith, Natalie Weber, & Claire Bowern

pp. e360-e382



Peer review in linguistics journals: Best practices and emerging standards

Alexandra D'Arcy & Joseph Salmons

pp. e383-e407



The grammar network: How linguistic structure is shaped by language use by Holger Diessel (review)

Natalia Levshina

pp. 825-830


Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches by Stefan Müller (review)

Peter W. Culicover

pp. 830-836


Bilingualism, executive function, and beyond: Questions and insights ed. by Irina A. Sekerina et al. (review)

Kenneth R. Paap

pp. 836-845



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