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111 2  Europäische Konferenz Formale Beschreibung Slavischer 
       Sprachen|n(11th :|d2015 :|cPotsdam, Germany) 
245 10 Current developments in Slavic linguistics. Twenty years 
       after :|b(based on selected papers from FDSL 11) /
       |cTeodora Radeva-Bork, Peter Kosta (eds.) 
264  1 Berlin :|bPeter Lang,|c2020 
300    500 pages :|billustrations ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Potsdam linguistic investigations =|aPotsdamer 
       linguistische Untersuchungen = Recherches linguistiques à 
       Potsdam,|x1862-524X ;|vvol. 29 
504    Includes bibliographical references 
505 0  Minimal Computation and the Architecture of Language / 
       Noam Chomsky --  General and Comparative Research on 
       Slavic: On the Impossibility of Moving IPs and V-2 Clauses
       and Labeling / Željko Bošković --  Finiteness across 
       Domains / Neda Todorović and Susi Wurmbrand -- The 
       Puzzling FUTURE / Joanna Błaszczak --  Equatives, 
       Comparatives, and Polarity in Slavic / Julia Bacskai-
       Atkari --  Entities, Events, and Their Parts: The 
       Semantics of Multipliers in Slavic / Marcin Wągiel --  
       Affixal-Article Languages and Structural Parallelism in 
       Slavic and Beyond / Aida Talić -- A New Generalization 
       about Left-Branch Extraction in Slavic / Andrew Murphy -- 
       Perfective is a V Operator in Slavic, Though not in 
       English / Susan Rothstein -- On Negative Imperatives, 
       Aspect and Agree / Miloje Despic -- On Extraction and 
       Clitic Climbing out of Subject-/Object-Control  Clauses 
       and Causative Clauses in Romance and Czech / Peter Kosta -
       - Bulgarian: On Multiple Free Relatives That Are Not / 
       Elena Dimova, Christine Tellier -- Stacked periphrases / 
       Gergana Popova, Andrew Spencer -- Bulgarian da as a Non-
       Indicative Placeholder / Hagen Pitsch --  Bulgarian Yes-No
       Questions: Clitic li and Polarity Items / Margarita 
       Dimitrova -- Polish:  On Accusative Numeral Subject in 
       Polish / Jacek Witkoś -- On Concealed Properties in Polish
       Perfective Generics / Olav Mueller-Reichau --  Is the 
       Modal dać + się + Infinitive Structure in Polish 
       Inchoative? / Anna Bondaruk -- Russian:  
       (Cor)relativization as a By-Product of Wh-Probing: The 
       Case of Russian / Egor Tsedryk --  The Cardinal/Collective
       Alternation in Russian Numerals / Keren Khrizman --  Serbo
       -Croatian, Slovenian: Referential Properties of 
       Subordinate Clauses in Serbo-Croatian / Boban Arsenijević 
       -- A Seemingly Impossible Subset of Cognate Objects at the
       Interfaces / Marijana Marel -- A Different Aspect of 
       Tenses and Temporal Interpretation in Serbian / Neda 
       Todorović --  On Modal Strength in Croatian: A Judge 
       Parameter Analysis / Ana Werkmann Horvat --  Strong 
       Pronouns in Slavic and Japanese / Jelena Runić --Stating 
       the Obvious: Unifying Restrictions on Subjects of 
       Imperatives  and Subjunctives / Adrian Stegovec --  
       Experimental Research: The Attachment Preference of 
       Relative Clauses: Is Russian a Truly  High-Attaching 
       Language? / Irina A. Sekerina --  Experimenting with 
       Highest Conjunct Agreement under Left Branch  Extraction /
       Boban Arsenijević, Franc Lanko Marušič, Jana Willer Gold -
       - An Acoustic-Perceptual Study on Czech Monophthongs / 
       Nikola Paillereau, Radek Skarnitzl --On the Non-
       (Exhaustive and Contrastively Focused) Constituent  
       Negation in Slavic / Mojmír Dočekal --  "Reading Polish 
       with Czech Eyes" or "How Russian can a Bulgarian  Text 
       be?": Orthographic Differences as an Experimental Variable
       in  Slavic Intercomprehension / Irina Stenger, Klára 
       Jágrová, Andrea Fischer and Tania Avgustinova 
520    "The book offers a comprehensive overview of current 
       research in Slavic linguistics from a theoretical and 
       experimental perspective and from a variety of languages. 
       The selected papers from the 11th European Conference on 
       Formal Description of Slavic Languages (FDSL 11) that took
       place at the University of Potsdam in 2015, illustrate the
       advancement of Slavic linguistic studies and their 
       outreach for the development of general linguistics. The 
       guest paper by Noam Chomsky at the beginning of the book 
       sets a clear sign in this direction and may be taken as an
       acknowledgement of the field"--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Slavic languages|xGrammar|vCongresses 
700 1  Radeva-Bork, Teodora,|eeditor 
700 1  Kosta,  P.|q(Peter),|eeditor 
830  0 Potsdam linguistic investigations ;|vv. 29 
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