Going Romance

Publication 2011

Title: Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2009
Subtitle: Selected papers from “Going Romance” Nice 2009.
Editors: Janine Berns, Haike Jacobs and Tobias Scheer
Year of publication: 2011.
Publishing Company: John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia.
Series: Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory Volume 3.
  • Introduction by the editors
  • Gabriela Bîlbîie and Grégoire Winterstein: Expressing contrast in Romanian: The conjunction iar. Pages 1-18.
  • Nora Boneh and Léa Nash: When the benefit is on the fringe. Pages 19-38.
  • David Etienne Bouchard, Heather Burnett and Daniel Valois: Degree fronting in Québec French and the syntactic structure of degree quantifier DPs. Pages 39-54.
  • Isabelle Charnavel: On sentence-internal le même (‘the same’) in French and pluractionality. Pages 55-70.
  • Joâo Costa: Topic prominence is not a factor of variation between Brazilian and European Portuguese. Pages 71-88.
  • Jean-Philippe Dalbera: When Dialectology studies contribute to lexical semantics and to Etymology: The contribution of the Romance language area. Pages 89- 114.
  • Anna Gavarró and Silvia Martínez-Ferreiro: Cartography and agrammatic syntactic production in Ibero-Romance. Pages 115-132.
  • Javier Gutiérrez-Rexach and Sandro Sessarego: The valuation of gender agreement in DP: Evidence from Afro-Bolivian Spanish. Pages 133-148.
  • M.Rita Manzini and Leonardo M. Savoia: (Definite) denotation and case in Romance: History and variation. Pages 149-166.
  • Mihaela Marchis: Compounding in Romance and English. Pages 167-184.
  • Fabienne Martin: Epistemic modals in the past. Pages 185-202.
  • Gabriela Matos and Madalena Colaço: Floating parenthetical coordinate clauses. Pages 203-222.
  • Laia Mayol and Elena Castroviejo: Unfortunate questions: Evaluative adverbs in questions in French. Pages 223-238.
  • Michèle Olivieri: Typology or reconstruction: The benefits of Dialectology. Pages 239-254.
  • Isabel Pérez-Jiménez and Norberto Moreno-Quibén: Sentential coordination and ellipsis: Free exceptives in Spanish. Pages 255-272.
  • Claudia Pons-Moll: Underapplication of vowel reduction to schwa in Majorcan Catalan – productive derivation and verbal inflection. Pages 273-290.
  • Geoffrey Poole: Focus and the development of N-words in Spanish. Pages 291-304.
  • Andrés Saab: On verbal duplication in River Plate Spanish: Anti-adjacency and head copy deletion. Pages 305-322.
  • Christine Meklenborg Salvesen: Stylistic fronting and remnant movement in old French. Pages 323-342.
  • Martin Walkow: Person restrictions and the representation of third person – an argument from Barceloní Catalan. Pages 343-362.
  • Anne Zribi-Hertz. Definite DPs without lexical nouns in French: Clausal modifiers and relativization. Pages 363-390.
  • Index

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