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Linguistic Inquiry

Overview

Samuel Jay Keyser, Editor-in-Chief 

Linguistic Inquiry leads the field in research on current topics in linguistics. In each issue, its authors keep themselves and other readers informed of new theoretical developments based on the latest international scholarship. 

Table of Contents

Vol. 37, Issue 1 - Winter 2006

Articles

Featureless Expressions: When Morphophonological Markers Are Absent
pp. 1-23
Abstract | PDF (109.43 KB)
Differences between the Wh-Scope-Marking and Wh-Copy Constructions in Passamaquoddy
pp. 25-49
Abstract | PDF (119.55 KB)
Amnestying Superiority Violations: Processing Multiple Questions
pp. 51-68
Abstract | PDF (86.88 KB)
Head Movement in Linguistic Theory
pp. 69-109
Abstract | PDF (173.5 KB)
Lexical Case, Inherent Case, and Argument Structure
pp. 111-130
Abstract | PDF (89.15 KB)
Tone Circles and Contrast Preservation
pp. 131-141
Abstract | PDF (81.58 KB)
Licensing Configurations: The Puzzle of Head Negative Polarity Items
pp. 141-149
Abstract | PDF (70.2 KB)
Intervention and Repair
pp. 150-155
Abstract | PDF (57.05 KB)
A Nonuniform Analysis of Overt Wh-Movement
pp. 155-167
Abstract | PDF (93.21 KB)
An A-Binding Asymmetry in Null Subject Languages and Its Significance for Universal Grammar
pp. 167-177
Abstract | PDF (78.13 KB)