Volume 30 – Issue 1 – 2018

Verena Thaler
The diachronic evolution of Italian mica: Discourse strategies and language change

Special section: 

Francesca Masini, Caterina Mauri, Paola Pietrandrea
Lists: description, delimitation, definition. A foreword

Francesca Masini, Caterina Mauri, Paola Pietrandrea
List constructions: Towards a unified account

Alessandra Barotto, Caterina Mauri
Constructing lists to construct categories

Francesca Masini, Giorgio Francesco Arcodia
Listing between lexicon and syntax: Focus on frame-naming lists

Miriam Voghera
List Constructions: A specialised means of text progression

Elisabetta Bonvino, Diego Cortés Velásquez, Elisa Fiorenza
“Sopratavola soprammobile come dite voi”: Lists in L1 and L2

Books received

Volume 30 – Issue 2 – 2018

Delia Bentley, Silvio Cruschina
Non-canonical postverbal subjects

Manuel Leonetti
Two types of postverbal subject

Adriana Belletti
Revisiting the cartography of (Italian) postverbal subjects from different angles with reference to canonicality considerations

Valentina Bianchi, Giuliano Bocci, Silvio Cruschina
Syntactic and prosodic effects of long-distance wh-movement in Italian

Anna Cardinaletti
On different types of postverbal subjects in Italian

Vieri Samek-Lodovici
Focus, neg-concord, and negative postverbal subjects

Francesco Maria Ciconte
Postverbal subjects in old Italo-Romance

Henry Z. Fominyam
Inverting the subject in Awing

Jutta M. Hartmann, Caroline Heycock
Postverbal subjects and agreement: Specificational Copular Clauses in Faroese

Magdalena Lemus Serrano, Tom Durand
Split intransitivity and non-canonical subject order in Yukuna

Books received