Check out cutting-edge research from the LSA's flagship journal!  The latest issue includes articles on Scottish Gaelic rhotics, factive predicates, documentary linguistics, ergativity and object movement across Inuit, and more. 

The September 2022 issue of Language is available online at Project MUSE. Please see the Table of Contents below, with clickable links to the latest research published in our flagship journal. To read the articles, you will need to be logged in using your institution's online credentials or the Project MUSE login portal for LSA members.

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Dependency-length minimization and its limits: A possible role for a probabilistic version of the final-over-final condition

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Dependency-length minimization and its limits: A possible role for a probabilistic version of the final-over-final condition: Supplementary Material

Phonetic typology and articulatory constraints: The realization of secondary articulations in Scottish Gaelic rhotics

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Phonetic typology and articulatory constraints: The realization of secondary articulations in Scottish Gaelic rhotics: Supplementary Material

Language exposure predicts children’s phonetic patterning: Evidence from language shift

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Language exposure predicts children’s phonetic patterning: Evidence from language shift: Supplementary Material

Ergativity and object movement across Inuit

Are there factive predicates? An empirical investigation

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Are there factive predicates? An empirical investigation: Supplementary Material

Coordination of unlike grammatical cases (and unlike categories)


Teaching Linguistics (Online-only):



Infusing metacognition into advanced linguistics courses

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Assessing scholarship in documentary linguistics

Book Review

 

Implicatures by Sandrine Zufferey, Jacques Moeschler, and Anne Reboul (review)

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