Edinburgh Studies in Theoretical Linguistics

Series Editor(s): Nikolas Gisborne, Andrew Hippisley

A series of monographs covering various sub-disciplines of theoretical linguistics

Each book presents original and theoretically significant research findings which cannot be developed adequately in an article (or even a series of articles) while engaging with the current state of linguistic theorizing. These volumes are accessibly written in order to communicate their findings to as wide an audience as possible.Individual volumes tackle the core theoretical sub-disciplines of linguistics—phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics—and their interfaces, with a particular focus on novel data and their challenges to linguistic theorizing.

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