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Formal Studies in Slavic Linguistics

Proceedings of Formal Description of Slavic Languages 7.5


Gerhild Zybatow, Philip Dudchuk, Serge Minor and Ekaterina Pshehotskaya

This book contains a collection of papers presented at the European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages 7.5 which took place in Moscow in December 2008. It brings together formal research from various areas of theoretical linguistics based on the data from Slavic languages. The papers in this book are organized into three parts. Part One includes nine papers in formal syntax and morphology of Slavic languages. Part Two is devoted to formal semantics and pragmatics and contains five papers. Finally, another five works dealing with interface issues constitute Part Three of this volume.
Contents: John Bailyn: Kinds of Derivational Binding – Željko Bošković: Conjunct-Sensitive Agreement: Serbo-Croatian vs. Russian – Federico Damonte/Jacopo Garzonio: Čtoby and Mood Agreement in Russian – Patrycja Jabłońska: On the Source of Parochialism in Case Transmission – Konstantin Kazenin: Russian Gapping: Against ATB – Franc Marušič/Rok Žaucer: Clitic Doubling in a Determinerless Language with Second Position Clitics – Ora Matushansky: Russian Predicate Case, encore – Olga Mitrenina: Correlatives: Evidence from Russian – Olga Steriopolo/Martina Wiltschko: Distributed Gender Hypothesis – Valentina Apresjan: From ‘Truth’ to Concessives: Semantic Development – Elizaveta Bylinina: Depreciative Indefinites: Evidence from Russian – Alexander Letuchiy: Russian ‘Double Reciprocals’ – Jonathan E. MacDonald/Angelina Markova: Variation and Bulgarian Inner Aspect – Helen Trugman: Modifiers of Bare Nouns in Russian – Philip Dudchuk: A Note on Russian Result States – Aritz Irurtzun/Nerea Madariaga: On the Syntax and Semantics of DP Internal Scrambling in Russian – Julia Kuznetsova/Ekaterina Rakhilina: Russian Depictives and Agreeings – Elena Paducheva: Diatheses of a Russian Mental Verb: Direct and Parametrical – Natalia Slioussar: Relational IS Notions.