The Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics

Proceedings of IATL 26
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Sascha Alexeyenko, University of Osnabrück
Adjectival manner modification and event pluractionality in English

Adriana Belletti, University of Siena
Computing complex derivations: Evidence from relatives, passive and related syntactic structures

Vladimir Borschev, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Elena Paducheva, VINITI RAN, Barbara Partee, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Yakov Testelets, Russian State Humanities University & Igor Yanovich, M. I. T.
On semantic bleaching and compositionality: Subtraction or addition? (On the bleaching of "lexical verbs" in Russian negated existential sentences)
[abstract]   [paper]

Anna Chernilovskaya, Utrecht University
Wh-exclamatives and other non-interrogative questions
[abstract]   [paper]

Evan-Gary Cohen, Tel Aviv University
The emergence of UG in the periphery: Vowel harmony in Hebrew loanwords
[abstract]   [paper]

Edit Doron, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, & Geoffrey Khan, University of Cambridge
The debate on ergativity in Neo-Aramaic
[abstract]   [paper]

Shira Farby, Gabi Danon, Joel Walters & Michal Ben Shachar, Bar-Ilan University
The acceptability of resumptive pronouns in Hebrew
[abstract]   [paper]

Roey Gafter, Stanford University
A prominence based account of the Hebrew possessive dative construction

Olga Kagan, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
A scalar approach to Slavic verbal prefixes
[abstract]   [paper]

Olga Kagan, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, & Sascha Alexeyenko, University of Osnabrück
Degree modification in Russian morphology: The case of the suffix -ovat
[abstract]   [paper]

Xu-ping Li, Bar-Ilan University
Counting and measure functions of classifiers in a classifier language

Fabienne Martin, University of Stuttgart
Epistemic modals and past tenses

Ora Matushansky, University of Paris 8
As relatives
[abstract]   [paper]

Dina Orenstein & Yael Greenberg, Bar-Ilan University
The semantics and focus sensitivity of the Hebrew (unstressed) stam
[abstract]   [paper]

Eric Reuland & Yoad Winter, Utrecht University
Binding without identity: Reference by proxy and the functional semantics of pronouns

Susan Rothstein, Bar Ilan University
Counting, measuring and the interpretation of classifier phrases

Andreas van Cranenburgh, Galit W. Sassoon & Raquel Fernández, University of Amsterdam
Invented antonyms: Esperanto as a semantic lab
[abstract]   [paper]

Lavi Wolf, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
An interpersonal approach to predicates of personal taste
[abstract]   [paper]

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