Going Romance

Publication 2013

Title: Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2011
Subtitle: Selected papers from “Going Romance” Utrecht 2011
Editors: Sergio Baauw, Frank Drijkoningen, Luisa Meroni and Manuela Pinto
Year of publication: 2013.
Publishing Company: John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia.
Series: Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory Volume 5.
  • Introduction
  • Anamaria Bentea and Stephanie Durrleman: A’-dependencies in French: A study in L1 acquisition. Pages 1-16.
  • Andrea Calabrese: The irregular forms of the Italian “Passato Remoto”: A synchronic and diachronic analysis. Pages 17-58.
  • Robert Cirillo: On the lack of stranded negated quantifiers and inverse scope of negation in Romance. Pages 59-74.
  • Francesco Costantini: Evidence for the competition-based analysis of subjunctive obviation from relative and adverbial clauses in Italian. Pages 75-92.
  • Ricardo Etxepare: Quotative expansions. Pages 93-124.
  • Héctor Fernández-Alcalde: Datives, prepositions, and argument structure in Spanish. Pages 125-142.
  • Vincenzo Moscati and Luigi Rizzi: A typology of agreement processes and its implications for language development. Pages 143-156.
  • Nicola Munaro: On the syntax of focalizers in some Italo-Romance dialects. Pages 157-174.
  • Diana Passino: The phonotactics of word-initial clusters in Romance: Typological and theoretical implications. Pages 175-192.
  • Anna Pineda: Double object constructions in Spanish (and Catalan) revisited. Pages 193-216.
  • Jason Rothman: Cognitive economy, non-redundancy and typological primacy in L3 acquisition: Initial stages of L3 Romance and beyond. Pages 217-248.
  • Petra Sleeman and Aafke Hulk: L1 acquisition of noun ellipsis in French and in Dutch: Consequences for linguistic theory. Pages 249-266.
  • Index

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