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Recontructing the evolution of Indo-European Grammar

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Michael Daniel, Ilia Chechuro, Samira Verhees, Nina Dobrushina  pp.520-560

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-d160

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 KlokIleana Paul pp. e276-e292