Volume 29 – Issue 2 – 2017


Pier Marco Bertinetto (SNS, Pisa) 


Mark Aronoff (Stony Brooks)

Michele Loporcaro (Zürich)

Volume 23 – 2011


Volume 23 – Issue 1 – 2011


Nouns and Nominalizations Cross-linguistically

Guest-editors: Bernard Comrie & Giuliana Fiorentino


Bernard Comrie & Giuliana Fiorentino



Bernard Comrie
Action nominals between verbs and nouns


Pamela Munro
On the avoidance of abstract nominalizations


Giuliana Fiorentino
Action nouns between speech and writing: The case of Italian


John A. Hawkins
A processing approach to the typology of Noun Phrases


Johanna Mattissen
Complexity in nouns


Ruth Berman & Batia Seroussi
Derived nouns in Modern Hebrew: Structural and psycholinguistic perspectives


Volume 23 – Issue 2 – 2011


Antonio Baroni
Alphabetic vs. non-alphabetic writing: Linguistic fit and natural tendencies


Chiara Finocchiaro, F.-Xavier Alario, Niels O. Schiller, Albert Costa, Michele Miozzo & Alfonso Caramazza
Gender congruency goes Europe: A cross-linguistic study of the gender congruency effect in several Romance and Germanic languages Appendices


The structure and interpretation of Nouns and Noun Phrases (part I)
Guest-editors: Lisa Cheng, Denis Delfitto and Lutz Marten



Lisa Cheng, Denis Delfitto and Lutz Marten


Bianca Basciano, Nancy Kula, Chiara Melloni
Modes of compounding in Bantu, Romance and Chinese


Paola Crisma, Lutz Marten & Rint Sybesma
The point of Bantu, Chinese and Romance nominal classification


Denis Delfitto, Gaetano Fiorin & Nancy Kula
Syntactic gradients in compounding: Bemba associative nominals vs. Italian prepositional and deverbal compounds





Giorgio Graffi
Parts of speech and syntactic categories. ‘Cognition’ vs. ‘grammar’?
(on Rauh Lisa 2010. Syntactic Categories. Their Identification and Description in Linguistic Theories. Oxford, O.U.P.)


Emanuela Sanfelici
Syntax and Morphology: what can compounds tell us? A review-article
(on: Scalise Sergio & Irene Vogel 2010. Cross-Disciplinary Issues in Compounding. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company)


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