States and changes of state: A crosslinguistic study of the roots of verbal meaning

John Beavers, Michael Everdell, Kyle Jerro, Henri Kauhanen, Andrew Koontz-Garboden, Elise LeBovidge, & Stephen Nichols 

pp. 439-484


Computational universals in linguistic theory: Using recursive programs for phonological analysis

Jane Chandlee & Adam Jardine 

pp. 485-519


Lingua francas as lexical donors: Evidence from Daghestan

Michael Daniel, Ilia Chechuro, Samira Verhees, & Nina Dobrushina  



Recontructing the evolution of Indo-European Grammar

Gerd Carling & Chundra Cathcart 

pp. 561-598


Asymmetries in the processing of affixed words in Bengali

Hilary S.Z. Wynne, Sandra Kotzor, Beinan Zhou, Swetlana Schuster, & Aditi Lahiri 

pp. 599-628



Autism, constructionism, and nativism

Mikhail Kissine

pp. e139-e160


Moving beyond binaries: Appreciating the complexities of autism and language learning (Response to Kissine) 

Sudha Arunachalam, Jonet Artis, & Rhiannon Luyster 

pp. e161- e168


The constructionist approach offers a useful lens on language learning in autistic individuals: Response to Kissine

Adele E. Goldberg & Kirsten Abbot-Smith

pp. e169- e183


Where next for pragmatics and mind reading? A situation-based view (Response to Kissine)

Napoleon Katsos & Clara Andrés-Roqueta

pp. e184- e197


Pragmatics and mind reading: The puzzle of autism (Response to Kissine)

Diana Mazzarella & Ira Noveck

pp. e198-e210


Autistic Identity and language learning: Response to Kissine

Chelsea McCracken

pp.  e211-e217


Pragmatics is not a monolithic phenomenon, and neither is theory of mind: Response to Kissine

Irene Mognon, Iris Scholten, Vera Hukker, & Petra Hendriks

pp. e218-e227


Facing the complexity of language in autism (Response to commentators)

Mikhail Kissine

pp. 228-e237



The Dominant School Language narrative: Unpacking English teachers' language ideologies

Mike Metz & Heather Knight

pp. e238-e256



Paradigmatic Saturation in Nuer

Matthew Baerman, Irina Monich

pp.e257 - e275



What categorial ambiguity doesn't tell us about crossed control: Commentary on Jeoung 2020

Jozina Vander Klok & Ileana Paul 

pp. e276- e292



Adger: Language unlimited: The science behind our most creative power 

Andreas Trotzke

pp. 629- 634


López: Bilingual grammar: Toward and integrated model 

Artemis Alexiadou

pp. 635-639


Massam: Niuean: Predicates and arguments in an isolating language 

David J. Medeiros

pp. 640-642


McElvenny (ed.): Form and formalism in linguistics 

Margaret Thomas

pp. 643- 647


Shen: A phonological history of Chinese 

Hongyuan Dong

pp. 648-651