Welcome to Linguistic Analysis
A peer-reviewed research journal publishing articles in formal phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics. The journal has been in continuous publication since 1976.
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Linguistic Analysis Volume 43 Issues 1 & 2 (2022)
Barcelona Conference on Syntax, Semantics, & Phonology, edited by Anna Paradis & Lorena Castillo-Ros.
This issue brings together a selection of ten papers presented at the 15th Workshop on Syntax, Semantics, and Phonology (WoSSP), held at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, on June 28-29, 2018. WoSSP is a series of on-going workshops organized by PhD students for students who are working in any domain of generative linguistics,
and which offers them a forum to share their work in progress. One of the main aims of the WoSSP conference is to provide a space where graduate students who wish to present their work may exchange ideas within different formal approaches to linguistic phenomena.
Issues in Preparation
Volume 43, 3-4: Dependency Grammars
This issue, edited by Timothy Osborne, brings together a selection of the papers that examine dependency grammars from a variety of perspectives.
Volume 44, 1-2 Current Issues in Morphology
This issue, edited by Greg Stump and Géraldine Walther, will explore the theoretical significance of inflectional paradigms and will be based on papers presented at the 2014 International Morphology Conference that was held in Budapest in late May/early June, 2015. The best papers from that conference will be chosen for publication.