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  • Recent Publications

This list acknowledges recent works (except offprints of single articles) that appear to bear on the scientific study of language. The receipt of individual books cannot be separately acknowledged and no book can be returned to the publisher. Note especially that by accepting a book the Editor implies no promise that it will be reviewed in this journal.

Ball, Derek, and Brian Rabern (eds.) 2018. The science of meaning: Essays on the metatheory of natural language semantics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. vii, 413.
Bednarek, Monika. 2018. Language and television series: A linguistic approach to TV dialogue. (Cambridge applied linguistics.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xv, 303.
Buckley, Eugene; Thera Crane; and Jeff Good (eds.) 2018. Revealing structure: Papers in honor of Larry M.Hyman. (CSLI lecture notes.) Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications. Pp. ix, 292.
Bull, Tove (ed.) 2018. Norsk Språkhistorie 3: Ideologi. Oslo: Novus. Pp. 548.
Cohen, Gerald; Stephen Goranson; and Matthew Little (eds.) 2019. Origin of kibosh. (Routledge studies in etymology.) Abingdon: Routledge. Pp. ix, 161.
Cox, Trevor. 2018. Now you’re talking: Human conversation from the Neanderthals to artificial intelligence. Berkeley, CA: Counterpoint. Pp. 312.
Cutler, Cecelia, and Unn Røyneland (eds.) 2018. Multilingual youth practices in computer mediated communication. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xiv, 258.
Cvejnová, Jitka. 2018. Česky, prosím: Czech for foreigners. Chicago: University of Chicago Press/KarolinumPress. 4 volumes.
Enikő, Németh T. 2019. Implicit subject and direct object arguments in Hungarian language use: Grammar and pragmatics interacting. Sheffield: Equinox. Pp. xiii, 253.
Fogal, Daniel; Daniel W. Harris; and Matt Moss (eds.) 2018. New work on speech acts. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. ix, 437.
Garrett, Don. 2018. Nature and necessity in Spinoza's philosophy. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. xi, 533.
Gere, Anne Ruggles (ed.) 2019. Developing writers in higher education: A longitudinal study. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Pp. ix, 369.
Githiora, Chege. 2018. Sheng: Rise of a Kenyan Swahili vernacular. Suffolk: James Currey. Pp. xv, 220.
Goedemans, Rob; Jeffrey Heinz; and Harry van der Hulst (eds.) 2019. The study of word stress and accent: Theories, methods and data. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xi, 430.
Gonzales, Laura. 2018. Sites of translation: What multilinguals can teach us about digital writing and rhetoric. (Sweetland digital rhetoric collaborative book series.) Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Pp. xvi, 135.
Guijarro-Fuentes, Pedro, and Cristina Suárez-Gómez (eds.) 2019. Proceedings of GALA 2017: Language acquisition and development. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars. Pp. 509.
Hajičová, Eva. 2017. Syntax-semantics interface. Prague: Karolinum Press. Pp. 300.
Ionin, Tania, and Ora Matushansky. 2018. Cardinals: The syntax and semantics of cardinal-containing expressions. (Linguistic Inquiry monographs.) Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Pp. xiv, 403.
Jakobson, Roman. 2018. Remarks on the phonological evolution of Russian in comparison with the other Slavic languages, trans. by Ronald F. Feldstein. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Pp. xxii, 215.
Matoesian, Gregory, and Kristin Enola Gilbert. 2018. Multimodal conduct in the law: Language, gesture and materiality in legal interaction. (Studies in interactional sociolinguistics.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xiii, 246.
McEnery, Tony; Andrew Hardie; and Nagwa Younis. 2018. Arabic corpus linguistics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Pp. 240.
McIntyre, Dan, and Hazel Price. 2018. Applying linguistics: Language and the impact agenda. Abingdon: Routledge. Pp. 212.
Nilsen, Alleen Pace, and Don L. F. Nilsen. 2019. The language of humor: An introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xiv, 387.
Parpola, Asko. 2015. The roots of Hinduism: The early Aryans and the Indus civilization. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. xvi, 363.
Preyer, Gerhard (ed.) 2018. Beyond semantics and pragmatics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. vii, 321.
Samushia, Lela. 2018. Zur Hypotaxe in den Kartvelsprachen. (Folia caucasica 3.) Wiesbaden: Reichert.
Sánchez, Marta E. 2018. A translational turn: Latinx literature into the mainstream. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. Pp. xiv, 178.
Schaeken, Jos. 2018. Voices on birchbark: Everyday communication in Medieval Russia. (Studies in Slavic and general linguistics.) Leiden: Brill. Pp. xviii, 212.
Sullivan, Karen. 2019. Mixed metaphors: Their use and abuse. London: Bloomsbury Academic. Pp. x, 229.
Szabó, Zoltán Gendler, and Richmond H. Thomason. 2019. Philosophy of language. (Cambridge textbooks in linguistics.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xii, 327.


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