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Readership: Researchers in morphology, syntax, semantics and their interfaces. Theoretically oriented descriptivists and typologists. Graduate students seeking an overview of, and departure points for research in, one of the most important emergent fields in linguistics.
Edited by Daniel Harbour, Queen Mary, University of London, David Adger, Queen Mary, University of London, and Susana Béjar, University of Toronto
"a remarkable contribution." - Hedde Zeijlstra, The Journal of Linguistics
1: David Adger and Daniel Harbour: Why Phi?
2: Irene Heim: Features on Bound Pronouns
3: Uli Sauerland: On the Semantic Markedness of Phi Features
4: Milan Rezac: Phi-Agree and Theta-Related Case
5: Susana Béjar: Conditions on Phi-Agree
6: Martha McGinnis: Phi Feature Competition in Morphology and Syntax
7: Daniel Harbour: Discontinuous Agreement and the Syntax Morphology Interface
8: Jochen Trommer: Third Person Marking in Menominee
9: Heidi Harley: When is a Syncretism More Than a Syncretism?
10: Jonathan Bobaljik: Where's Phi? Agreement as a Post Syntactic Operation
11: Andrew Nevins: Cross-Modular Parallels in the Study of Phon and Phi