26.1880, TOC: Nordlyd 41/1 (2014)

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Date: Wed, 08 Apr 2015 17:25:52
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Subject: Nordlyd Vol. 41, No. 1 (2014)

 Publisher:	University of Tromsø's Working Papers in Linguistics
Journal Title:  Nordlyd 
Volume Number:  41 
Issue Number:  1 
Issue Date:  2014 

Subtitle:  Features in Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, and Semantics: What are they?   

Main Text:  

Nordlyd is an open-access university owned and managed journal/working papers
produced at the University of Tromsø, The Arctic University of Norway.


We are pleased to present the first part of a two-part special issue on the
topic of Features in phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics. All papers
have been peer-reviewed. The table of contents for this first number in the
double issue is as follows:

Features and recursive structure 
by Kuniya Nasukawa, Tohoku Gakuin University

A radically emergentist approach to phonological features: Implications for
by Aleksei Nazarov, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

>From binary features to elements: The case of Scandinavian 
by Ali Tifrit and Laurence Voeltzel, University of Nantes

The interaction of person and number in Mi'gmaq 
by Jessica Coon and Alan Bale, McGill Universithy and Concordia University,

Featuring animacy 
by Elizabeth Ritter, Ben Gurion University

Poor pronoun systems and what they teach us 
by Daniel Harbour, Queen Mary University of London

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
                     Linguistic Theories

Subject Language(s): Siksika (bla)

Language Family(ies): Algonquian
                      East Scandinavian 
                      West Scandinavian

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