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Linguistic Inquiry


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. 50, Issue 2 - Spring 2019


Head-Based Syntactic Identity in Sluicing
pp. 253-283
Abstract | PDF (166.04 KB)
The A/Ā Distinction as an Epiphenomenon
pp. 285-336
Abstract | PDF (217.84 KB)
On Certain Adjacency Effects in Ellipsis Contexts
pp. 337-355
Abstract | PDF (103.29 KB)
In Defense of What(ever) Free Relative Clauses They Dismiss: A Reply to Donati and Cecchetto (2011)
pp. 356-371
Abstract | PDF (103.34 KB)
Presupposition Failure and Intended Pronominal Reference: Person Is Not So Different from Gender After All
pp. 372-387
Abstract | PDF (81.39 KB)
Raising to Ergative: Remarks on Applicatives of Unaccusatives
pp. 388-415
Abstract | PDF (149.42 KB)
Somber Prospects for Late Merger
pp. 416-424
Abstract | PDF (66.08 KB)
Serbo-Croatian Split Vocatives: Class Change via Lexicalization
pp. 425-438
Abstract | PDF (98.94 KB)