12.2095, Books: General Linguistics

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Date:  Mon, 13 Aug 2001 07:34:18 -0700
From:  "Linguistics-UBCWPL" <Linguistics-UBCWPL at arts.ubc.ca>
Subject:  General Linguistics: UBC Working Papers

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Date:  Mon, 13 Aug 2001 07:34:18 -0700
From:  "Linguistics-UBCWPL" <Linguistics-UBCWPL at arts.ubc.ca>
Subject:  General Linguistics: UBC Working Papers


PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE FROM UBCWPL
University of British Columbia Working Papers in Linguistics


UBCWPL Volume 6:
ICSNL XXXVI: The Thirty-Sixth International Conference on Salish and
             Neighbouring Languages.
Edited by L. Bar-el, L.T. Watt & I. Wilson (July 2001).

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ANA ARREGUI & LISA MATTHEWSON
	A cross-linguistic perspective on the expression of manner
DAWN BATES AND THOM HESS
	Tense or aspect? A prefix of future time in Lushootseed
STRANG BURTON, HENRY DAVIS, PETER JACOBS, LINDA TAMBURRI WATT &
MARTINA WILTSCHKO
	A boy, a dog and a frog
HENRY DAVIS
	On negation in Salish
BRENT GALLOWAY
	Integrated cognitive semantics applied to Halkomelem
DONNA B. GERDTS & THOMAS E. HUKARI
	Argument linking and passives in Halkomelem
CARRIE GILLON
	Negative generic sentences in Squamish Salish
MERCEDES QUESNEY HINKSO
	The semantics of the lexical suffix *wil
EUN-SOOK KIM
	Glottalization in Southern Wakashan: a comparative study
M. DALE KINKADE
	Proto-Salish irrealis
SHARON R. KINLEY
	Northern Straits: A Native perspective
DERYLE LONSDALE
	A two-level implementation of Lushootseed morphology
ANTHONY MATTINA
	Okanagan sentence types: a preliminary working paper
TIMOTHY MONTLER
	Auxiliaries and other grammatical categories in Klallam
SCOTT SHANK
	And-fronting and the copula in Upper Chehalis
WAYNE SUTTLES
	Some questions about Northern Straits
JILL MARIA WAGNER
	Coeur d'Alene/Snchitsu'umshtsn language revitalization efforts in
	public high school in past and present context
Martina Wiltschko
	Passive in Halkomelem and Squamish Salish

UBCWPL Volume 5:
Proceedings of WSCLA 5 (The Workshop on Structure and Constituency in
Languages of the Americas).
Edited by S. Gessner, S. Oh & K. Shiobara (May 2001).

LEORA BAR-EL & LINDA TAMBURRI WATT
       Word internal constituency in Squamish (Squamish Salish)
DAVID BECK
       Conventionality and lexical classes
SONYA BIRD
       What is a word?  Evidence from a computational approach to Navajo
       verbal morphology
PHIL BRANIGAN & MARGUERITE MACKENZIE
       How much syntax can you fit into a word?  Late insertion and verbal
       agreement in Innu-aimun
GEORGE AARON BROADWELL
       On the phonological conditioning of clitic placement in Zapotec
BENJAMIN BRUENING & ANDREA RACKOWSKI
       Configurationality and object shift in Algonquian
NORVIN RICHARDS
       Some notes on Conjunct and Independent Orders in Wampanoag
GRAZYNA ROWICKA
       Epenthesis and prosodic (in)visibility in Mohawk and Upper Chehalis
JAN VAN EIJK
       Word, clitic and sentence in Lillooet


UBCWPL Volume 4:
Current Research on African Languages and Linguistics
Edited by S. Gessner, S. Oh and K. Shiobara (March 2001)

OLADIIPO AJIBOYE
        A comparative study of Edo and Yoruba gerunds
MARK C. BAKER AND OSAMUYIMEN THOMPSON STEWART
        Unaccusativity and the adjective/verb distinction: Edo evidence
MARK C. BAKER AND OSAMUYIMEN THOMPSON STEWART
        Verb movement, objects, and serialization
LAURA J. DOWNING
        How ambiguity of analysis motivates stem tone change in Durban Zulu
MEGAN MORRISON
        Plurality and multiplicity in Edo and English
CORY R.C. SHEEDY
        Grammatical Tones in Edo:  An Optimality Theoretic account
CHARLES H. ULRICH
        Labial-tone interaction in Lama verbs
FLORENCE FUNG LAM WOO
        Serial verb constructions in Edo and Cantonese
***And featuring University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria PhD dissertation***
EMMANUEL EFEREALA EFERE
        The pitch system of the B`u`mo` dialect of I`zo`n


UBCWPL Volume 3:
ICSNL XXXV:  The Thirty-Fifth International Conference on Salish and
Neighbouring Languages
Edited by S. Gessner & S. Oh (July 2000)

PAUL BARTHMAIER
        Lushootseed argument structure and the discourse function of the
	morpheme /-b/
DAVID BECK
        Grammatical convergences in Bella Coola (Nuxalk) and North Wakashan
HENRY DAVIS
        Coordination and constituency in St'at'imcets
HENRY DAVIS AND DAVID ROBERTSON
        "Fox and Cayooty":  An early St'at'imcets-Chinook Jargon bilingual
	text
DONNA B. GERDTS AND THOMAS E. HUKARI
        Stacked antipassives in Halkomelem Salish
EUN-SOOK KIM
        Glottalization in Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka):  A module interaction case
M. DALE KINKADE
        An initial study of some adjectival modifiers in Upper Chehalis
KAORU KIYOSAWA AND NILE THOMPSON
        An initial look at Twana applicatives
LISA MATTHEWSON
        One at a time in St'at'imcets
ANTHONY MATTINA
        Okanagan sandhi and morphophonemics
NANCY MATTINA AND ERNIE BROOKS
        Nxa?amxci'n (Salish) kinship terms  **note: ? = glottal-stop,
                                                    i'= i-with-an-accent-mark-
                                                         going-up-to-the-right
YUMIKO NAKAMURA
        Secwepemctsin (Shuswap) reduplication
SCOTT SHANK AND IAN WILSON
        Acoustic evidence for ?? as a glottalized pharyngeal glide in
        Nuu-chah-nulth                      **note: ?? = backwards glottal stop
LINDA TAMBURRI WATT, MICHAEL ALFORD, JEN CAMERON-TURLEY,
CARRIE GILLON AND PETER JACOBS
        Squamish (Squamish Salish) stress:  A look at the acoustics of
	/a/ and /u/
ADAM WERLE
        Semantic incorporation in Lillooet
MARTINA WILTSCHKO
        Sentential negation in Upriver Halkomelem (and what it tells us
	about the structure of the clause)
MARTINA WILTSCHKO
        Is Halkomelem split ergative?
RACHEL WOJDAK
        Nuuchahnulth modification:  Syntactic evidence against category
        neutrality

UBCWPL Volume 2:
Proceedings of WSCLA 4:  The Workshop on Structure and Constituency in
Languages of the Americas
Edited by M. Caldecott, S. Gessner & E. Kim (November 1999)

DAVID BECK
        Person, plurality, and speech-act participant in Totonac verbal
	paradigms
EUNG-DO COOK
        Conjoined clauses are postpositional phrases in Chipewyan
CHRISTOPHER CULY
        "Incorporation" and noun stems in Takelma
MARCIA HAAG
        Choctaw focus as a syntactic adjunct
GUNNAR OLAFUR HANSSON & RONALD SPROUSE
        Factors of change:  Yowlumne vowel harmony then and now
NANCY HEDBERG & SANDRA DUECK
        Cakchiquel reference and centering theory
ANDREAS KATHOL & RICHARD A. RHODES
        Constituency and linearization of Ojibwe nominals
TODD MCDANIELS
        Sentential second postion in Comanche
BILL POSER
        Particle scope and dummy verbs in Carrier
J. DIEGO QUESADA & MARILIA FACO SOARES
        Participant-highlighting in two linguistic areas of the Americas
PATRICIA A. SHAW, SUSAN J. BLAKE, JILL CAMPBELL & CODY SHEPHERD
         Stress Musqueam Salish
SUZANNE URBANCZYK
        Echo vowels in Coast Salish
JAN VAN EIJK
        "Coyote drowns" (A Lillooet text)
ALAN C. L. YU
        Non-derived environment blocking in Tohono O'odham stressassignment:
	A co-phonology account


UBCWPL Volume 1:
Current Research on Language and Linguistics
Edited by M. Caldecott, S. Gessner & E. Kim (March 1999)

TANYA BOB
        Tahltan morphophonemic processes in optimality theory
MARION CALDECOTT
        Applying licensing by cue to Saanich
SUZANNE GESSNER
        Tone assimilation in Navajo
CARRIE GILLON & CODY SHEPHERD
        Intonational pauses and right-dislocation in Navajo
TOMIO HIROSE
        Plains Cree palatalizations in OT
IKUYO KANEKO
        Igede vowel hiatus resolution in Optimality Theory
EUN-SOOK KIM
        Hypocoristics in Nuuchahnulth
SUNYOUNG OH
        Laryngeal features of stops and pitch accent in Kyengsang dialect of
        Korean
LINDA WATT
        Roots, lexical suffixes and stress in Squamish
HENRY DAVIS
        Subject inflection in Salish
YUMIKO NAKAMURA
        Possessor-raising in Bantu languages
MATTHEW RITCHIE
        Overt object agreement morphology in standard modern English
URI STRAUSS
        The negative imperative ban in Hebrew
MARTINA WILTSCHKO
        The syntax of pronouns and determiners:  A cross-linguistic study


ALSO AVAILABLE FROM UBCWPL

MITOPL 17 (MIT Occasional Papers in Linguistics):
Papers from the Workshop on Structure and Constituency in Native American
Languages (WSCLA 1)
Edited by L. Bar-el, R.-M. Dechaine & C. Reinholtz (1999)

ELEANOR BLAIN
        Complementizer ka- in Nehiwawewin (Plains Cree)
JOSE CAMACHO & LILIANA SANCHEZ
        Three types of conjunction in Southern Quechua
ROSE-MARIE DECHAINE
        What Algonquian morphology is really like:  Hockett revisited
ALANA JOHNS
        The decline of ergativity in Labrador Inuttut
MICHELLE LONG
        Obviation and clausal relations in Plains Cree
MARTHA MCGINNIS
        Is there syntactic inversion in Ojibwa?
KEVIN RUSSELL
        What's with all these long words anyway?
LILIANA SANCHEZ
        Why does Southern Quechua agree in person nominally?
FILOMENA SANDALO
        Categorical projection and phrase structure in Kadiweu


UBCWPL is published by the graduate students of the University of
British Columbia.  We feature current research on language and
linguistics by students and faculty of the department, and we are the
regular publishers of two conference proceedings: the Workshop on
Structure and Constituency in Languages of the Americas (WSCLA) and
the International Conference on Salish and Neighbouring Languages
(ICSNL).

For ordering information, please e-mail the UBCWPL editors at the following
address:

Linguistics-UBCWPL at arts.ubc.ca



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