Volume 32 – Issue 1 – 2020


Pier Marco Bertinetto (SNS, Pisa) 


Mark Aronoff (Stony Brooks)

Michele Loporcaro (Zürich)

Mario Squartini (Torino)

Volume 26 – 2014


Volume 26 – Issue 1 – 2014


Alexander Andrason

From resultatives to present tenses. Simultaneous path of resultative constructions 


Denis Delfitto & Gaetano Fiorin

Indexicality and left-periphery 


Svetlana Kaminskaïa

Quantification of speech rhythm in Canadian French in a minority setting 


Emily Romanello & Lori Repetti

Imperative Characteristics in Romance Varieties Spoken in Italy




Emanuela Sanfelici

Where is historical syntax going? A review of Galves, Charlotte;  Cyrino, Sonia; Lopes, Ruth; Sandalo, Filomena & Avelar, Juanito, eds., 2012. Parameter Theory and Linguistic Change. Oxford: Oxford University


Volume 26 – Issue 2 – 2014


Alexandra Bagasheva, Jesús Fernández-Domínguez & Vincent Renner

Foreword: New territories in word-formation


Chariton Charitonidis.

The linking of denotational and socio-expres­sive heads in Modern Greek and English compounding


Maria Koliopoulou.

How close to syntax are compounds? Evidence from the Linking Element in German and Modern Greek


Christina Manouilidou & Linnaea Stockall

Teasing apart syn­tactic category vs. argument structure information in deverbal word formation: A comparative psycholinguistic study


Angeliki Efthymiou

Is there a meaning hierarchy in verb-forming suffixation? Evidence from English and Modern Greek


Stefan Hartmann.

“Nominalization” taken literally: A diachronic cor­pus study of German word-formation


Marine Lasserre & Fabio Montermini.
How is the meaning of complex lexemes constructed? A study of neoclassical compounds in -cratie / -crate and ‑logie / ‑logue


Mira Kovatcheva.

An unrecognized class of words in Bulgarian and their word-formation


Ingo Plag

Phonological and phonetic variability in complex words: An uncharted territory


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