Readership: Typologists, semanticists, and those interested in language change, from graduate level upwards, as well as logicians, psychologists, and philosophers interested in subjectivity and subjectification.
Heiko Narrog, GSICS, Tohoku University
Heiko Narrog is Associate Professor of Linguistics at Tohoku University. His publications include Modality in Japanese (Benjamins 2009); and, with Bernd Heine, The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Analysis (OUP 2010) and The Oxford Handbook of Grammaticalization (OUP 2011).
2: Modality and Subjectivity
3: Modality and Semantic Change
4: Illustrating the Model - some case studies
5: Cross-linguistic Patterns of Polysemy and Change Within Modality and Mood
6: Shifts Between Types of Modality in Traditional Terms
7: Into (and out of) Modality