East and West of The Pentacrest

Linguistic studies in honor of Paula Kempchinsky

Editors
| University of Georgia
| Miami University
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This book is a collection of contemporary essays and squibs exploring the mental representation of Spanish and other languages in the Romance family. Although largely formal in orientation, they incorporate experimental and corpus data to inform questions of synchronic and diachronic importance. As a whole, these contributions explore two areas of particular interest to linguistic theorizing. The first is linguistic interfaces with chapters on syntax-information structure, syntax-prosody, syntax-semantics, and lexicon-phonology. The second consists of explorations of noun phrases of all sizes—from clitics to nominalized clauses. The results and conclusions of these studies encourage researchers to continue to explore individual languages in particular in order to gain insight on human language in general. This edited volume in honor of Dr. Paula Kempchinsky is reflective of the diversity of approaches that inspired her teaching, research, and mentoring for over thirty years at the University of Iowa and beyond.
[Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 33]  2021.  viii, 217 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
vii–viii
Introduction
Timothy Gupton and Elizabeth Gielau
1–14
Part I. Crosslinguistic explorations at the interfaces
Chapter 1. Interpretation of focus in Haitian Creole se-clefts
Kezia Walker-Cecil and Emilie Destruel Johnson
17–40
Chapter 2. Aligning syntax and prosody in Galician: Against a prosodic isomorphism account
Timothy Gupton
41–68
Chapter 3. Why does D-linking reduce the need for inversion in Spanish wh-questions?
Grant Goodall
69–82
Chapter 4. Negation and mood in epistemic contexts
Elizabeth Gielau
83–92
Chapter 5. The complicated timeline of Spanish: Implications for lexical processing
Sarah O’Neill and Christine Shea
93–106
Part II. Innovative approaches to clitics and noun phrases in Romance
Chapter 6. Me gohtaba ehta linguaji barranquenha: Variable object clitics in Barranquenho
Jordan Garrett
109–134
Chapter 7. Spanish impersonal se in control infinitivals and the ungrammaticality of se se sequences
Jonathan E. MacDonald and Almike Vázquez-Lozares
135–156
Chapter 8. Case assignment in Spanish nominalizations: A self-paced reading investigation
Tania Leal and Jeffrey Renaud
157–188
Chapter 9. Dual competence in dual language learners: Gradience and variability of object clitics in Spanish heritage language learners
Teresa Satterfield
189–214
Index
215–217
Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009060 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Syntax
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2021003477 | Marc record