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  • Index to Volume 95 (2019)

Abner, Natasha; M. Flaherty; K. Stangl; M. Coppola; D. Brentari; and S. Goldin-Meadow. The noun-verb distinction in established and emergent sign systems. 95(2).230–67 (2019).

Acton, Eric K. Pragmatics and the social life of the English definite article. 95(1).37–65 (2019).

Adger, David; G. Thoms; C. Heycock; and J. Smith. Syntactic variation and auxiliary contraction: The surprising case of Scots. 95(3).421–55 (2019).

Advances in Italian dialectology: Sketches of Italo-Romance grammars. Ed. by R. D’Alessandro and D. Pescarini. Rev. by L. Repetti. 95(2).371–73 (2019).

Ahlers, Jocelyn C. Rev. of Ahlers, Talking Indian: Identity and language revitalization in the Chickasaw renaissance. 95(2).374–76 (2019).

Alexander, Kathryn; P. A. Pappas; and M. Taboada. Teaching linguistic argumentation through a writing-intensive approach [Teaching Linguistics]. 95(3).e339–e363 (2019).

Algy, Cassandra; F. Meakins; X. Hua; and L. Bromham. Birth of a contact language did not favor simplification. 95(2).294–332 (2019).

AlNajjar, Abeer, and Y. Mendel (eds.) Language, politics and society in the Middle East: Essays in honour of Yasir Suleiman. Rev. by C. Suleiman. 95(3).572–75 (2019).

Aly, Ann M.; K. Zuraw; I. Lin; and A. J. Royer. Gotta catch ’em all: Skills grading in undergraduate linguistics [Teaching Linguistics]. 95(4).e406–e427 (2019).

Amaral, Luiz; M. Maia; A. Nevins; and T. Roeper (eds.) Recursion across domains. RA by D. L. Everett and E. Gibson. 95(4).777–90 (2019). RA by N. Hornstein. 95(4).791–802 (2019).

Andrieu, Wilfrid; L. Pillière; V. Kerfelec; and D. Lewis (eds.) Standardising English: Norms and margins in the history of the English language. Rev. by D. Chapman. 95(4).811–14 (2019).

AP Linguistics initiative, The [Commentary]. By R. Larson, K. Denham, and A. Lobeck. 95(3).e381–e393 (2019).

Arrested development: Case attraction as a transitional stage from Old Icelandic demonstrative to relative [Historical Syntax]. By C. D. Sapp. 95(1).e1–e40 (2019).

Ayafor, Miriam, and M. J. Green. Cameroon Pidgin English: A comprehensive grammar. Rev. by K. Yakpo. 95(3).562–65 (2019).

Baerman, Matthew; D. Brown; and G. G. Corbett. Morphological complexity. Rev. by A. D. Sims. 95(4).803–6 (2019).

Bancu, Ariana. Contact-induced variation in Transylvanian Saxon verb clusters [Historical Syntax]. 95(2).e193–e215 (2019).

Bateman, Nicoleta. Linguistics in middle school: Incorporating linguistics into project-based learning [Teaching Linguistics]. 95(2).e300–e326 (2019).

Bennett, Ryan; E. Elfner; and J. McCloskey. Prosody, focus, and ellipsis in Irish. 95(1).66–106 (2019).

Berent, Iris, and G. Marcus. No integration without structured representations: Response to Pater [Perspectives]. 95(1).e75–e86 (2019).

Bilingualism in the community: Code-switching and grammars in contact. By R. Torres Cacoullos and C. Travis. Rev. by R. Otheguy. 95(3).575–78 (2019).

Birth of a contact language did not favor simplification. By F. Meakins, X. Hua, C. Algy, and L. Bromham. 95(2).294–332 (2019).

Bolhuis, Johan J. Rev. of Friederici, Language in our brain: The origins of a uniquely human capacity. 95(3).568–72 (2019).

Borrowing: Loanwords in the speech community and in the grammar. By S. Poplack. Rev. by B. Heine. 95(1).192–94 (2019).

Braithwaite, Ben. Sign language endangerment and linguistic diversity [Research Report]. 95(1).e161– e187 (2019).

Brentari, Diane; N. Abner; M. Flaherty; K. Stangl; M. Coppola; and S. Goldin-Meadow. The noun-verb distinction in established and emergent sign systems. 95(2).230–67 (2019).

Bromham, Lindell; F. Meakins; X. Hua; and C. Algy. Birth of a contact language did not favor simplification. 95(2).294–332 (2019).

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ISSN
1535-0665
Print ISSN
0097-8507
Pages
pp. 819-826
Launched on MUSE
2019-12-17
Open Access
No
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