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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.

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Babatsouli, Elena, and David Ingram (eds.) 2018. Phonology in protolanguage and interlanguage. (Studies in phonetics and phonology.) Sheffield: Equinox. Pp. viii, 349.
Bárány, András. 2018. Person, case, and agreement: The morphosyntax of inverse agreement and global case splits. (Rethinking comparative syntax.) Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. xiv, 225.
Baugh, John. 2018. Linguistics in pursuit of justice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xx, 215.
Bennett, Sam. 2018. Constructions of migrant integration in British public discourse: Becoming British. (Bloomsbury advances in critical discourse studies.) New York: Bloomsbury. Pp. xiii, 248.
Blume, María, and Barbara C. Lust. 2017. Research methods in language acquisition: Principles, procedures, and practices. Washington, DC: De Gruyter Mouton and American Psychological Association.
Blust, Robert. 2018. 101 problems and solutions in historical linguistics: A workbook. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Pp. 512.
Buckledee, Steve. 2018. The language of Brexit: How Britain talked its way out of the European Union. New York: Bloomsbury. Pp. 240.
Burkette, Allison, and William A. Kretzschmar, Jr. 2018. Exploring linguistic science: Language use, complexity and interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xii, 240.
Cardoso, Adriana. 2017. Portuguese relative clauses in synchrony and diachrony. (Oxford studies in diachronic and historical linguistics 22.) Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. xxii, 342.
Carstairs-McCarthy, Andrew. 2018. An introduction to English morphology: Words and their structure. 2nd edn. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Pp. 168.
Cheskin, Ammon. 2017. Russian speakers in post-Soviet Latvia: Discursive identity strategies. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Pp. 248.
D’Alessandro, Roberta, and Diego Pescarini (eds.) 2018. Advances in Italian dialectology. (Grammars and sketches of the world’s languages 5.) Leiden: Brill.
D’Arcy, Alexandra. 2017. Discourse-pragmatic variation in context: Eight hundred years of LIKE. (Studies in language companion series 187.) Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Pp. xx, 235.
Daniels, Peter T. 2018. An exploration of writing. Sheffield: Equinox. Pp. xv, 236.
Davis, Jenny L. 2018. Talking Indian: Identity and language revitalization in the Chickasaw renaissance. Tucson: The University of Arizona Press. Pp. 184.
Dekker, Simeon. 2018. Old Russian birchbark letters. (Studies in Slavic and general linguistics 42.) Leiden: Brill.
Dixon, R. M. W. 2018. The unmasking of English dictionaries. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xiv, 258.
Funakoshi, Kenshi; Shigeto Kawahara; and Christopher D. Tancredi (eds.) 2017. Japanese/Korean linguistics, vol. 24. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications. Pp. x, 334.
Garmendia, Joana. 2018. Irony. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xii, 166.
Gibbons, Alison, and Sara Whiteley. 2018. Contemporary stylistics: Language, cognition, interpretation. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Pp. 392.
Gómez Menjívar, Jennifer Carolina, and William Noel Salmon. 2018. Tropical tongues: Language ideologies, endangerment, and minority languages in Belize. (Studies in Latin America.) Chapel Hill: Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Pp. 126.
Haddad, Youssef A. 2018. The sociopragmatics of attitude datives in Levantine Arabic. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Pp. 184.
Haiman, John. 2018. Ideophones and the evolution of language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. ix, 383.
Haselow, Alexander. 2017. Spontaneous spoken English: An integrated approach to the emergent grammar of speech. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Heller, Monica, and Bonnie McElhinny (eds.) 2017. Language, capitalism, colonialism: Toward a critical history. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Pp. xxii, 310.
Jenset, Gard B., and Barbara McGillivray (eds.) 2017. Quantitative historical linguistics: A corpus framework. (Oxford studies in diachronic and general linguistics 26.) Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. xiii, 229. [End Page 485]
Kay, Martin. 2017. Translation: Linguistic and philosophical perspectives. (CSLI lecture notes 221.) Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications. Pp. vi, 219.
Kertész, András. 2017. The historiography of generative linguistics. Tübingen: Narr Francke Attempto.
Knörr, Jacqueline, and Wilson Trajano Filho. 2018. Creolization and pidginization in contexts of postcolonial diversity. (Brill’s studies in language, cognition and culture 17.) Leiden: Brill.
Lahlali, El Mustapha, and Radia Kesseiri. 2018. Essential skills in Arabic: From intermediate to advanced. Edinburgh: Edinburgh...

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ISSN
1535-0665
Print ISSN
0097-8507
Pages
pp. 485-486
Launched on MUSE
2018-06-16
Open Access
No
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