2016 • Volume 1


Editorial

Squibs

Review Article

Book review

Research Article

Anticausatives are semantically reflexive in Norwegian, but not in English
Anticausatives are semantically reflexive in Norwegian, but not in English

Björn Lundquist, Martin Corley, Mai Tungseth, Antonella Sorace and Gillian Ramchand

2016-11-29 2016 • Volume 1

Two negations for the price of one
Two negations for the price of one

Rosalind Thornton, Anna Notley, Vincenzo Moscati and Stephen Crain

2016-11-08 2016 • Volume 1

Linguistic Creativity in Heritage Speakers
Linguistic Creativity in Heritage Speakers

Ekaterina Rakhilina, Anastasia Vyrenkova and Maria Polinsky

2016-10-26 2016 • Volume 1

Perspectives on palatalization
Perspectives on palatalization

Martin Krämer and Olga Urek

2016-08-31 2016 • Volume 1

Also a part of:

Collection: Palatalization

Fortis/lenis, glides and vowels in Quiaviní Zapotec
Fortis/lenis, glides and vowels in Quiaviní Zapotec

Hiroto Uchihara and Gabriela Pérez Báez

2016-08-17 2016 • Volume 1

Vocoid-driven processes: Palatalization and glide hardening in Greek and its dialects
Vocoid-driven processes: Palatalization and glide hardening in Greek and its dialects

Mary Baltazani, Evia Kainada, Anthi Revithiadou and Nina Topintzi

2016-07-22 2016 • Volume 1

Also a part of:

Collection: Palatalization

Inter- and intra-speaker variation in French schwa
Inter- and intra-speaker variation in French schwa

Andrew Bayles, Aaron Kaplan and Abby Kaplan

2016-07-15 2016 • Volume 1

Agreement and the structure of relative clauses
Agreement and the structure of relative clauses

Boban Arsenijević and Martina Gračanin-Yuksek

2016-07-08 2016 • Volume 1

Revis(it)ing French palatalization
Revis(it)ing French palatalization

Ali Tifrit and Laurence Voeltzel

2016-06-29 2016 • Volume 1

Also a part of:

Collection: Palatalization