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

Authors

Sten Vikner; Henrik Jørgensen, Aarhus University; Elly van Gelderen, Arizona State University; Werner Abraham, Ludwig-Maximilian-University Munich; Cynthia L. Allen, Australian National University; Maia Andréasson, University of Gothenburg; Torben Arboe, Aarhus University; Merete Birkelund, Aarhus University; Ocke-Schwen Bohn, Aarhus University; Ken Ramshøj Christensen, Aarhus University; Paola Crisma, University of Trieste; Susana S. Fernández, Aarhus University; Diego Gavagna, Ferrara; Jocelyn B. Hardman, Ohio State University; Camilla Søballe Horslund, Aarhus University; Eva Skafte Jensen, The Danish Language Council; Alexandra Regina Kratschmer, Aarhus University; Sharon Millar, University of Southern Denmark; Jerzy Nykiel, University of Bergen; Anne Mette Nyvad, Aarhus University; Henning Nølke, Aarhus University; Giulia Pierucci, Aarhus University; Susan Pintzuk, University of York; Joost Robbe, Aarhus University; Ole Togeby, Aarhus University; David Willis, University of Cambridge
Keywords: Historical linguistics, Comparative linguistics

Synopsis

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

Chapters

  • 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

Author Biographies

Sten Vikner

Aarhus University

Henrik Jørgensen, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Elly van Gelderen, Arizona State University

Arizona State University

Werner Abraham, Ludwig-Maximilian-University Munich

Ludwig-Maximilian-University Munich

Cynthia L. Allen, Australian National University

Australian National University

Maia Andréasson, University of Gothenburg

University of Gothenburg

Torben Arboe, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Merete Birkelund, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Ocke-Schwen Bohn, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Ken Ramshøj Christensen, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Paola Crisma, University of Trieste

University of Trieste / University of York

Susana S. Fernández, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Diego Gavagna, Ferrara

Ferrara

Jocelyn B. Hardman, Ohio State University

Ohio State University

Camilla Søballe Horslund, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Eva Skafte Jensen, The Danish Language Council

The Danish Language Council

Alexandra Regina Kratschmer, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Sharon Millar, University of Southern Denmark

University of Southern Denmark

Jerzy Nykiel, University of Bergen

University of Bergen

Anne Mette Nyvad, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Henning Nølke, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Giulia Pierucci, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Susan Pintzuk, University of York

University of York

Joost Robbe, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

Ole Togeby, Aarhus University

Aarhus University

David Willis, University of Cambridge

University of Cambridge

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Published
January 29, 2016

Details about this monograph

ISBN-13 (15)
978-87-7507-359-7
doi
10.7146/aul.119.107