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Readership: Theoretical linguists and typologists, from graduate level upwards.
Edited by Kook-Hee Gil, University of Sheffield, Stephen Harlow, and George Tsoulas, University of York
Kook-Hee Gil is a Lecturer in the Department of English Language and Linguistics, University of Sheffield.
Steve Harlow was senior lecturer in linguistics at the University of York until he retired in 2008. He was principal investigator on the AHRB-funded research project "Strategies of Quantification". His other research interests lie in the syntax of the Celtic languages.
George Tsoulas is a senior lecturer in linguistics at the University of York. After an undergraduate degree in linguistics and literature at the University of Strasbourg he went on to study for a PhD at the University of Paris VIII. His research to date has focused on the syntax/semantics and syntax/pragmatics interfaces, and more specifically on issues of quantification, tense and modality, number and the count/mass distinction, topic/focus articulation, particles, and the nature of pronominal reference.
1: Kook-Hee Gil and George Tsoulas: Introduction
Part I: Crosslinguistic Studies of Quantification
2: Lisa Matthewson: Strategie of Quantification in St'át'imcets and the Rest of the World
3: Malte Zimmermann: Strategies of Quantification in Hausa (Chadic)
4: Rahul Balusu and K. A. Jayaselan: Distributive Quantification by Reduplication in Dravidian
5: Christopher Tancredi and Miyuki Yamashina: The Interpretation of Indefinites in the Japanese wh-mo Construction
6: Volker Gast: At Least, Wenigstens and Company: Negated Universal Quantification and the Typology of Focus Quantifiers
7: Lisa Lai-Shen Cheng and Anastasia Giannakidou: The Non-uniformity of Wh-indeterminates with Polarity and Free-choice in Chinese
Part II: Quantification, Syntactic Structure, and the Syntax-Semantics Interface
8: Kook-Hee Gil and George Tsoulas: Features, Concord, and Quantification: Licensing of conjunctive quantifiers and its implications
9: Yukiko Ueda: A Cross-linguistic Approach to Mysterious Scope Facts: Structures and interpretation
10: Akira Watanabe: Ingredients of Polarity Sensitivity: Bipolar items in Japanese
11: Henry Davis: All About ALL in (some) Salish Languages
12: Tim Stowell: Binominal Each: A DP that may not be