Organizing Grammar: Linguistic Studies in Honor of Henk van Riemsdijk

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Hans Broekhuis, Norbert Corver, Riny Huijbregts, Ursula Kleinhenz, Jan Koster
Walter de Gruyter, 2011/12/22 - 737 ページ

Henk van Riemsdijk has long been known as one of Europe’s most important linguists. His seminal ideas have been influential in developing generative grammar in Europe and beyond. As the initiator, co-founder, and chair of the GLOW society, he made the society the leading platform of European generative linguistics. He has also been editor of the series Studies in Generative Grammar since its foundation. As a teacher and supervisor, he has inspired generations of students. On the occasion of his relocation from the Netherlands to Italy, his friends, students and colleagues celebrate his work with this collection of essays on numerous topics of current theoretical interest.

 

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On dative subjects in Russian
365
structural or inherent?
374
Examining the scope of PrinciplesandParameters Theory
383
Clitics and adjacency in Greek PPs
390
A minimalist program for parametric linguistics?
407
A syntactic approach to negated focus questions in Bulgarian
415
The case of midpositions
424
Quechua Psoup
434

Approximative of zo as a diagnostic tool
77
A note on interpretable features and idiosyncratic categorial selection
87
the politics of polarity in transparent free relatives
97
a relic of a UralicSiberian Sprachbund?
108
Syntactic conditions on phonetically empty morphemes
116
Longdistance reciprocals
127
The notion of topic and the problem of quantification in Hungarian
137
Questions of complexity
146
Functional heads lexical heads and hybrid categories
152
Concatenation and interpretation
162
a digressive discourse
171
unifying existential and list readings
186
a note on Hungarian PPs
197
evidence from Frankish tones
206
Classifiers agreement and honorifics in Japanese
222
What stranded adjectives reveal about SplitNP Topicalization
230
Past tense interpretations in Dutch
241
Why phonology is the same
252
from accidents to principles and beyond
263
Enfoldment as Economy
275
GP Ill have to put your flat feet on the ground
283
On parameters and on principles of pronunciation
289
What to do with those fools of a crew
300
Why indefinite pronouns are different
310
Seeing the forest despite the tree
319
When to piedpipe and when to strand in San Dionicio Octotepec Zapotec
331
Free relatives as lightheaded relatives in Turkish
340
Is linguistics a natural science?
350
Two asymmetries between Clitic Left and Clitic Right Dislocation in Bulgarian
359
Semantic compositionality of the wayconstruction
439
Soft mutation at the interface
447
Abracadabra the relation between stress and rhythm
458
What do we learn when we acquire a language?
466
a result of a FlemishFrench sprachbund
474
The object of verbs like help and an apparent violation of UTAH
483
A note on relative pronouns in Standard German
495
Agreeing to bind
505
Positive polarity and evaluation
514
Phase theory and the privilege of the root
529
a reply to Newmeyer
538
Welsh VPellipsis and the representation of aspect
554
A new perspective on event participants in psychological states and events
563
A glimpse of doublyfilled COMPs in Swiss German
572
Missing prepositions in Dutch free relatives
582
Final sonorant devoicing in early Yokuts fieldrecords
592
Cyclic NP structure and trace interpretation
599
Appositive and parenthetical relative clauses
608
Overt infinitival subjects if thats what they are
618
Wanna and the prepositional complementizers of English
625
A note on asymmetric coordination and subject gaps
633
towards an alternative account of some intervention effects
641
Circumstantial evidence for Dative Shift
661
Why should diminutives count?
669
Adjacency PF and extraposition
679
A note on functional adpositions
689
Bibliography of Henk C van Riemsdijk
696
Index
707
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Hans Broekhuis, University of Tilburg, The Netherlands; Norbert Corver, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands; Riny Huybregts, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands; Ursula Kleinhenz,Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, Germany; Jan Koster, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

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