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Infoling 4.3 (2023)
Título:A Half Century of Romance Linguistics
Subtítulo:Selected proceedings of the 50th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages
Autores/as:Bullock, Barbara E.; Russi, Cinzia; Toribio, Almeida Jacqueline
Año de publicación:2023
Lugar de edición:Berlín (Alemania)
Editorial:Language Science Press

The present volume presents a selection of the revised and peer-reviewed proceedings articles of the 50th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL 50) which was hosted virtually by the faculty and students from the University of Texas at Austin. With contributions from rising and senior scholars from Europe and the Americas, the volume demonstrates the breadth of research in contemporary Romance linguistics with articles that apply corpus-based and laboratory methods, as well as theory, to explore the structure, use, and development of the romance languages.


The articles cover a wide range of fields including morphosyntax, semantics, language variation and change, sociophonetics, historical linguistics, language acquisition, and computational linguistics. In an introductory article, the editors document the sudden transition of LSRL 50 to a virtual format and acknowledge those who helped them to ensure the continuity of this annual scholarly meeting.


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Temática:Análisis del discurso, Fonética, Fonología, Historia de la lingüística, Historiografía lingüística, Lexicografía, Lexicología, Lingüística histórica, Lingüística románica, Semántica, Sintaxis, Sociolingüística

The first 50 years of Romance linguistics in the Americas ends virtually

Barbara E. Bullock, Cinzia Russi, Almeida Jacqueline Toribio
For an integrative approach to variation and change in French nasal vowel systems
Zsusanna Fagyal
Assessing change in a Gallo-Romance regional minority language: 1PL verbal morphology and referential restriction in Picard
Julie Auger, Anne-José Villeneuve
The partial loss of free inversion and of referential null subjects in Brazilian Portuguese
Mary A. Kato, Maria Eugenia Lammoglia Duarte
The antipassive as a Romance phenomenon. A case study of Italian
Karina High
The role of se in Spanish agreement variation
Irene Fernández Serrano
Object control into temporal adjuncts
The case of Spanish clitics
Katie VanDyne
Overt vs. null subjects in infinitival constructions in Colombian Spanish
Kryzzya Gómez, Maia Duguine, Hamida Demirdache
Oblique DOM and co-occurrence restrictions. How many types?
Monica Alexandrina Irimia
A superlative challenge for a syntactic account of connectivity sentences
Nicoletta Loccioni
Revisiting sociophonetic competence. Variable spectral moments in phrase-final fricative epithesis for L1 & L2 speakers of French
Amanda Dalola, Keiko Bridwell
Does social identity play a role in the L2 acquisition of French intonation? Preliminary data from Canadian French-as-a-secondlanguage classroom learners
Hilary Walton
Sociophonetic analysis of mid front vowel production in Barcelona
Annie Helms
Prosodic correlates of mirative and new information focus in Spanish wh-in-situ questions
Carolina González, Lara Reglero
Mechanical vs. functional processes in subject pronoun expression in Spanish second language learners
Ana de Prada Pérez, Nick Feroce
Frequency and efficiency in Spanish proverbs
Ernesto R. Gutiérrez Topete
ColecciónOpen Romance Linguistics, 2
Formato:PDF (acceso abierto)

Fecha de publicación en Infoling:5 de abril de 2023