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Let us have articles betwixt us: Papers in Historical and Comparative Linguistics in Honour of Johanna L. Wood

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Added 2016-01-29
ISBN-13: 978-87-7507-359-7
doi: 10.7146/aul.119.107

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Let us have articles betwixt us: Papers in Historical and Comparative Linguistics in Honour of Johanna L. Wood

Sten Vikner, Henrik Jørgensen, Elly van Gelderen (Volume editor); Werner Abraham, Cynthia L. Allen, Maia Andréasson, Torben Arboe, Merete Birkelund, Ocke-Schwen Bohn, Ken Ramshøj Christensen, Paola Crisma, Susana S. Fernández, Diego Gavagna, Jocelyn B. Hardman, Camilla Søballe Horslund, Eva Skafte Jensen, Alexandra Regina Kratschmer, Sharon Millar, Jerzy Nykiel, Anne Mette Nyvad, Henning Nølke, Giulia Pierucci, Susan Pintzuk, Joost Robbe, Ole Togeby, David Willis

Papers in Historical and Comparative Linguistics in Honour of Johanna L. Wood

About the Volume editor: Sten Vikner

Aarhus University

About the Volume editor: Henrik Jørgensen

Aarhus University

About the Volume editor: Elly van Gelderen

Arizona State University

About the Chapter Author: Werner Abraham

Ludwig-Maximilian-University Munich

About the Chapter Author: Cynthia L. Allen

Australian National University

About the Chapter Author: Maia Andréasson

University of Gothenburg

About the Chapter Author: Torben Arboe

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: Merete Birkelund

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: Ocke-Schwen Bohn

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: Ken Ramshøj Christensen

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: Paola Crisma

University of Trieste / University of York

About the Chapter Author: Susana S. Fernández

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: Diego Gavagna

Ferrara

About the Chapter Author: Jocelyn B. Hardman

Ohio State University

About the Chapter Author: Camilla Søballe Horslund

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: Eva Skafte Jensen

The Danish Language Council

About the Chapter Author: Alexandra Regina Kratschmer

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: Sharon Millar

University of Southern Denmark

About the Chapter Author: Jerzy Nykiel

University of Bergen

About the Chapter Author: Anne Mette Nyvad

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: Henning Nølke

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: Giulia Pierucci

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: Susan Pintzuk

University of York

About the Chapter Author: Joost Robbe

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: Ole Togeby

Aarhus University

About the Chapter Author: David Willis

University of Cambridge

Preface

Sten Vikner, Henrik Jørgensen, Elly van Gelderen

Event semantics aligned with Bech’s status of the verbum infinitum

Werner Abraham

The definite determiner in Early Middle English: What happened with þe?

Cynthia L. Allen

Subject placement in Estonian Swedish

Maia Andréasson

Gender and number peculiarities of uncountable nouns in Jutlandic (Western Danish)

Torben Arboe

Translating the implicit

Merete Birkelund

The dead ends of language: The (mis)interpretation of a grammatical illusion

Ken Ramshøj Christensen

An from Old to Middle English

Paola Crisma, Susan Pintzuk

Possible contributions of ethnopragmatics to second language learning and teaching

Susana S. Fernández

Impersonal and referential null pronouns: some thoughts

Elly van Gelderen

I don't know why did they accept that: Grammaticality judgements of negation and questions in L1 Danish and L1 Finnish learners of English

Camilla Søballe Horslund

Changes in the properties of the noun in Danish: evidence from the indefinite article

Eva Skafte Jensen

Doubling left syntactic positions in Danish

Henrik Jørgensen

Individual differences in foreign language learning success: a psycholinguistic experiment

Alexandra Regina Kratschmer, Ocke-Schwen Bohn, Giulia Pierucci, Jocelyn B. Hardman, Diego Gavagna

Extremist discourse and internationalization

Sharon Millar

The history of so that and the CP cycle

Jerzy Nykiel

Multiple complementizers in Modern Danish and Middle English

Anne Mette Nyvad

The paradigmatic adverbials reexamined after 35 years

Henning Nølke

Are there cases in fifteenth-century Dutch? A ‘case study’ of an Utrecht manuscript (1464)

Joost Robbe

The borderline between irony and sarcasm

Ole Togeby

English VPs and why they contain more than just verbs

Sten Vikner

Incipient Jespersen’s cycle in Old English negation

David Willis

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  • Complete Festschrift
  • Front cover title pages contents
  • Vikner-Jørgensen-Gelderen-2016-Preface
  • Abraham-2016-Event-semantics-and-Bech-s-status
  • Allen-2016-Teh-definite-determiner-in-Early-ME
  • Andreasson-2016-Subject-placement-in-Estonian-Swedish
  • Arboe-2016-Gender-and-number-in-Jutlandic
  • Birkelund-2016-Translating-the-implicit
  • Christensen-2016-The-dead-ends-of-language
  • Crisma-Pintzug-2016-An-from-Old-to-Middle-English
  • Fernandez-2016-Ethnopragmatics-and-2nd-language-learning-teaching
  • Gelderen-2016-Impersonal-and-referential-null-pronouns
  • Horslund-2016-I-don-t-know-why-did-they-accept-that
  • Jensen-2016-Changes-in-the-properties-of-the-Danish-noun
  • Jørgensen-2016-Doubling-left-syntactic-positions-in-Danish
  • Kratschmer-et-al-2016-Individual-differences-in-foreign-language-learning
  • Millar-2016-Extremist-discourse-and-internationalization
  • Nykiel-2016-The-history-of-so-that-and-the-CP-cycle
  • Nyvad-2016-Multiple-complementizers-in Danish-and-ME
  • Nølke-2016-The-paradicmatic-adverbials-after-35-years
  • Robbe-2016-Are-there-cases-in-15th-century-Dutch
  • Togeby-2016-The-borderline-between-irony-and-sarcasm
  • Vikner-2016-English-VPs-and-why-they-contain-more-than-just-verbs
  • Willis-2016-Incipient-Jespersen-s-cycle-in-OE-negation
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