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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 4 - Fall 2019


Movement from the Double Object Construction Is Not Fully Symmetrical
pp. 677-722
Abstract | PDF (290.32 KB)
Gender at the Edge
pp. 723-750
Abstract | PDF (176.61 KB)
(In)direct Reference in the Phonology-Syntax Interface under Phase Theory: A Response to “Modular PIC” (D’Alessandro and Scheer 2015)
pp. 751-777
Abstract | PDF (148.97 KB)
On the Empirical Scope and Theoretical Status of the OC-NC Generalization
pp. 778-802
Abstract | PDF (134.88 KB)
A New Argument for the Lexical Underspecification of Causers
pp. 803-824
Abstract | PDF (127.4 KB)
Predicative Possessives, Relational Nouns, and Floating Quantifiers
pp. 825-846
Abstract | PDF (134.76 KB)
Agreement Mismatch in Partitive Relatives
pp. 847-861
Abstract | PDF (428.24 KB)
On the Lack of Evidence for Nonmyopic Harmony
pp. 862-872
Abstract | PDF (73.63 KB)
Gestural Cosuppositions within the Transparency Theory
pp. 873-884
Abstract | PDF (85.76 KB)
Books and Journals Received
pp. 885-886
Abstract | PDF (31.27 KB)