Recently Published / ii 2009

Frans Plank frans.plank at UNI-KONSTANZ.DE
Fri Feb 20 16:58:47 UTC 2009


Recently Published and of Typological Interest / ii 2009

 From now on, new publications of potential typological interest will  
be periodically advertised on the lingtyp list independently of the  
ALT News.  Whereas ALT News are for reading, this listing is meant to  
elicit action -- reviewing action.

Apart from directly commissioning reviews, LT solicits offers from  
lingtypists to review books -- those listed here or whichever others  
you’d like to add on your own understanding of the attribute  
“typologically relevant”.  (And do construe its scope liberally!)  For  
purposes of book reviewing in LT, what matters is that REVIEWS are  
done from a distinctively typological angle, whatever angles the books  
reviewed are done from.  Prospective reviewers so intentioned please  
get in touch.

Continue to drop me a line with bibliographical particulars if you  
want to make sure your own relevant publications will be included in  
the next listing.   The most effective proof of the existence of a new  
relevant book is the receipt of a review copy;  do remind your  
publisher to send one to:

LINGUISTIC TYPOLOGY,

Sprachwissenschaft,

Universität Konstanz,

78457 Konstanz, Germany.


My apologies for any listings inadvertently repeated from the last ALT  
News.
But then, many previously listed titles have remained unreviewed in  
LT, and since typological publications can have long shelf-lives,  
you’re welcome to make your pick and review now what has been listed  
before but is not past the sell-by date ...

Do feel free to also offer to review grammars for LT (again, from a  
distinctively typological angle).  Those new grammars we were aware of  
have so far been listed in GRAMMAR WATCH, periodically updated and  
with a consolidated listing on the ALT website.  GRAMMAR WATCH is  
about to be converted to wiki format, continuingly housed on the ALT  
website;  and in future you’ll be able to enter new grammars  
yourselves.  For the time being, we continue to include grammars in  
this listing.

Frans Plank

frans.plank at uni-konstanz.de





Austin, Peter K. (ed.). 2008. One thousand languages: Living,  
endangered, and lost. Berkeley: University of California Press.



Biberauer, Teresa (ed.). 2008. The limits of syntactic variation.  
Amsterdam: Benjamins.



Bossong, Georg. 2008. Die romanischen Sprachen: Eine vergleichende  
Einführung. Hamburg: Buske.



Bowern, Claire, Bethwyn Evans, & Luisa Miceli (eds.). 2008. Morphology  
and language history: In honour of Harold Koch. Amsterdam: Benjamins.



Corbett, Greville G. & Michael Noonan (eds.). 2008. Case and  
grammatical relations: Studies in honor of Bernard Comrie. Amsterdam:  
Benjamins.



Diller, Anthony V. N., Jerold A. Edmondson, & Yongxian Luo (eds.)  
2008. The Tai-Kadai languages. London: Routledge.



Harrison, K. David, David S. Rood & Arienne Dwyer (eds.). 2008.  
Lessons from documented endangered languages. Amsterdam: Benjamins.



Hengeveld, Kees & Lachlan Mackenzie. 2008. Functional Discourse  
Grammar: A typologically-based theory of language structure. Oxford:  
Oxford University Press.



Jakop. Tjasa. 2008. The dual in Slovene dialects. (Diversitas  
linguarum 18.) Bochum: Universitätsverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer.



Josephson, Folke & Ingmar Söhrmann (eds.). 2008. Interdependence of  
diachronic and synchronic analyses. Amsterdam: Benjamins.



König, Ekkehard & Volker Gast (eds.). 2008. Reciprocals and  
reflexives: Theoretical and typological explorations. Berlin: Mouton  
de Gruyter.



Laury, Ritva (ed.). 2008. Crosslinguistic studies of clause combining:  
The multifunctionality of conjunctions. Amsterdam: Benjamins.



López-Couso, María José & Elena Seoane, with Teresa Fanego (eds.).  
2008. Rethinking grammaticalisation: New perspectives. Amsterdam:  
Benjamins.



Malchukov, Andrej & Andrew Spencer (eds.). 2009. The Oxford handbook  
of case. Oxford: Oxford University Press.



Mushin, Ilana & Brett Baker (eds.). 2008. Discourse and grammar in  
Australian languages. Amsterdam: Benjamins.



Oxford, Will. 2008. A grammatical study of Innu-aimun particles.  
Winnipeg: Algonqiuan and Iroquoian Linguistics.

[Language previously known as Montagnais-Naskapi.]



Quer, Josep (ed.). 2008. Signs of the times: Selected papers from  
TISLR 8. Seedorf: Signum.



Scalise, Sergio, Elisabetta Magni, Antonietta Bisetto (eds.). 2009.  
Universals of language today. No place: Springer.



Seoane, Elena & María José López-Couso, with Teresa Fanego (eds.).  
2008. Theoretical and empirical issues in grammaticalisation.  
Amsterdam: Benjamins.



Simpson, Andrew & Peter Austin (eds.). 2007. Endangered languages.  
Hamburg: Buske.



Stolz, Thomas (ed.). 2009. Grammatikalisierung und grammatische  
Kategorien (Diversitas Linguarum 21). Bochum: Universitätsverlag Dr.  
N. Brockmeyer.



Sörés, Anna. 2008. Typologie et linguistique contrastive: Théories et  
applications dans la comparaison des langues. Bern: Lang.



Stroh, Cornelia & Aina Urdze (eds.). 2008. Morphologische  
Irregularität: Neue Ansätze, Sichtweisen und Daten (Diversitas  
Linguarum 19). Bochum: Universitätsverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer.



Vajda, Edward J. (ed.). 2008. Subordination and coordination  
strategies in north Asian languages. Amsterdam: Benjamins.



Vanhove, Martine (ed.). 2008. From polysemy to semantic change:  
Towards a typology of lexical semantic associations.  Amsterdam:  
Benjamins.



Van Valin, Robert D., Jr. (ed.). 2008. Investigations of the syntax– 
semantics–pragmatics interface. Amsterdam: Benjamins.



Woodard, Roger D. (ed.). 2008. The ancient languages of Europe / of  
Mesopotamia, Egypt, and Aksum / of Syria-Palestine and Arabia / of  
Asia Minor / of Asia and the Americas. 5 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge  
University Press.





Frans Plank
Sprachwissenschaft
Universität Konstanz
78457 Konstanz
Germany

Tel  +49 (0)7531 88 2656
Fax +49 (0)7531 88 4190
eMail frans.plank at uni-konstanz.de

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