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Current volume: Studies in the Linguistic Sciences: Illinois Working Papers 38 (2013)

Special Issue: Proceedings of the Fourth Meeting of the Illinois Language and Linguistics Society

(Edited by Daniel Ross)

Maria del Mar Bassa Vanrell: Personal uno in Puerto Rican and Dominican Spanish link

1-20

Kyle Jerro: When quantifiers agree in person: Anomalous agreement in Bantu link

21-36

Ayman Yasin: Syntax-prosody interface: Wh-movement in Jordanian Arabic and Egyptian Arabic link

37-52

Special Issue: Proceedings of the Fifth Meeting of the Illinois Language and Linguistics Society

(Edited by Daniel Ross and Amelia Kimball)

Aaron Ecay: Basque clitics in morphosyntax link

53-67

Kevin Stillwell & Lauren Hetrovicz: The standardizations of Catalan: Latin to present day link

68-86

Aubrey Healey: "Bring it on": A semantic analysis of bring link

87-107

Daniel Ross: Dialectal variation and diachronic development of try-complementation link

108-147

Hugo Salgado, Jessica Slavic & Ye Zhao: The production of aspirated fricatives in Sgaw Karen link

148-161

Hye-Min Kang & Ellen Thompson: The Processing of Conditional Inversion: A Reading Task Study, Part II link

162-171

Ariana Bancu: A comparative analysis of Romanian-English and Romanian-Spanish code-switching patterns link

172-183

Nicole Wong: The perception of /l/ vocalization by listeners with speech therapy as children link

184-196

Recent volumes:

Studies in the Linguistic Sciences: Illinois Working Papers 37 (2012)

(Edited by Daniel Ross)

Special Issue: Proceedings of the Third Meeting of the Illinois Language and Linguistics Society

Christopher Batteen: The structure of the do/make construction in Chichewa and Chichewa/English link

1-16

Elena Doludenko: Morphological analysis of the lexicon used in the Russian social network "Vkontakte" link

17-31

Kaori Furuya: Specificity effects for Japanese, an articleless language link

32-43

Caleb Hicks: A dual-structure analysis of morphosyntactic doubling in code switching link

44-57

Mohamed Mwamzandi: The role of givenness in Swahili reciprocals link

58-80

Katharina S. Schuhmann: Perceptual learning in Hindi-English bilinguals link

81-99

Studies in the Linguistic Sciences: Illinois Working Papers 36 (2011)

(Edited by Matt Garley and Tim Mahrt)

Special Issue: Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the Illinois Language and Linguistics Society

Olga Dmitrieva: Asymmetries between production and perception of consonant length link 1-15
Kariema El-Touny: Optionality in Cairene Arabic wh-questions between the Minimalist program and Optimality theory link 16-35
Josef Fruehwald & Kyle Gorman: Cross-derivational feeding is epiphenomenal link 36-50
Paul M. Heider, Adam Hatfield, & Jennifer Wilson: Repurposing bible translations for grammar sketches link 51-65
Erin Rusaw: Language and social interaction in the virtual space of World of Warcraft link 66-88
Eman Saadah: Towards quantifying lenition in Ondarroan Basque link 89-107
Fereshteh Sharafi & Hosein Barati: The effect of Iranian EFL learners' cultural knowledge on their performance on cloze tests link 108-123

Studies in the Linguistic Sciences: Illinois Working Papers 35 (2010)

(Edited by Matt Garley)
Karen Lichtman et al.: IPA Illustration of Q'anjob'al link 1-23
Book Review. Jill Hallett: Denham, Kristin & Anne Lobeck (eds.) 2010. Linguistics at School: Language Awareness in Primary and Secondary Education link 24-32
Book Notice. Rania Al-Sabbagh: Taylor, Paul. 2009. Text-to-Speech Synthesis. link 33-36
Book Notice. Erin Rusaw: Larson, Richard, Viviane Deprez & Hiroko Yamakido. 2010. The Evolution of Human Language: Biolinguistic Perspectives. link 37-40

Studies in the Linguistic Sciences: Illinois Working Papers 34 (2009)

(Edited by Matt Garley)
Benjamin Slade: Split serpents and bitter blades: Reconstructing details of the PIE dragon-combat link 1-57
Jill Hallett: Packaging social worlds: Micro- and macro-social replication in mass-mediated discourse link 58-80
Hans Henrich Hock: *my > (*)ny in Greek and Italic: Common innovation, parallel development, or fortuitous similarity? link 81-93

Special Issue: Proceedings of the First Meeting of the Illinois Language and Linguistics Society: Language Online

(Edited by Matt Garley and Benjamin Slade)
Matt Garley & Benjamin Slade: Introduction to a special issue of SLS: The proceedings of ILLS 1: LOL link i-iii
Jennifer Cramer: Using pronouns to construct a European identity: The case of politicians at Davos 2008 link 94-109
Craig Dennis Howard: Part of speech tagged asynchronous CMC: Comparing native, non-native, and newspaper English link 110-126
Josh Iorio: Effects of audience on orthographic variation link 127-140
Yolanda Pangtay-Chang: IM conversations in Spanish: Written or oral discourse? link 141-156
Chaehee Park: Language styles of Korean in chat-rooms link 157-170
Eman Saadah: The 'How are you?' sequence in telephone openings in Arabic link 171-186