the yearbook of south asian languages and linguistics-2003

Richard Barz richard.barz at ANU.EDU.AU
Thu Nov 27 04:51:54 UTC 2003


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          John Peterson, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
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Could I please have the full publication details and price of the
forthcoming yearbook?

Thank you.

Richard Barz

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VYAKARAN: South Asian Languages and Linguistics Net
Editors:  Tej K. Bhatia, Syracuse University, New York
          John Peterson, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
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am happy to post the TOC of the forthcoming issue of *the yearbook of south
asian languages and linguistics*, to be released soon by mouton.here it is:
____________________________________________________________________________
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Commentum Editoris

A.      INVITED CONTRIBUTIONS
        The Constituent Structure of Tamil
                E. ANNAMALAI
        Antiopacity and Bangla causatives: a substantivist approach
                PROBAL DASGUPTA
        Scalarity and let alone constructions in Hindi
                TERRY VARMA

B.      OPEN SUBMISSIONS
        Aspectual complex predicates in Punjabi
                NASIM AKHTAR RAJA
        Case agreement in Hindi-Urdu
                ANJUM P. SALEEMI
        Reduplication in Modern Hindi and the theory of reduplication
                RAJENDRA SINGH

C.      REGIONAL REPORTS, REVIEWS AND ABSTRACTS

        Regional Reports
                1.      India
                                a.      The Languages of India: a birdÂ’s-eye
view
                                        RAJENDRA SINGH
b.      Dravidian linguistics: achievements and failures
        E. ANNAMALAI
c.      Indian linguists in the SSCI and A&HCI database
                                        B. A. SHARADA
        Reviews

        Yaron Matras, Romani: a linguistic introduction
                by PETER BAKKER
        Nirmalangshu Mukherji, The Cartesian mind: reflections on language
        and music
                by PROBAL DASGUPTA
        Rukmini Bhaya Nair (ed.), Translation, Text and Theory: the paradigm
of
India
                by RAJENDRA SINGH
        John Peterson, Grammatical relations in Pali and the emergence of
ergativity
         in Indo-Aryan
                by SHISHIR BHATTACHARJA
        Sundar Sarukkai, Translating the World
                by PAUL ST-PIERRE



D.      DIALOGUE

        How bilingual is the code-switcher?  A response to Singh and Backus
(2000)
                CHRISTOPHER STROUD AND LIONEL WEE
        Relativizing proficiency: A reply to Stroud and Wee
                AD BACKUS
        Reduplicative Morphology in Colloquial Singapore English: something
to
        write home about?
                LIONEL WEE

E.      ANNOUNCEMENTS
        The Gyandeep Prize
        Housekeeping

About the Chief Editor
Notes on Contributors
____________________________________________________________________________
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Rajendra Singh,Professor of Linguistics
Editor,The Yearbook of South Asian Languages and Linguistics(Mouton)
Dept.de Linguistique et Traduction
Universite de Montreal
CP 6128, Succursale 'Centreville'
Montreal,P.Q.,Canada H3C3J7



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