Coyote Papers:
Working Papers in Linguistics


Volume 14: Coyote Papers: Working Papers in Linguistics, Linguistic Theory at the University of Arizona. (2005). Edited by Daniel Siddiqi and Benjamin V. Tucker. (Available in print. Full text available online!)

Cover
Notes on cover art
Table of Contents
Editor’s Introduction

  • Adam Baker. Parallel Lexical Optimality Theory.
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  • Andrew Carnie. Some Remarks on Markedness Hierarchies: A Reply to Aissen 1999 and 2003.
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  • Andrew Carnie and David Medeiros. Tree Maximization and the Generalized Extended Projection Principle.
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  • Erin Good. Intonational Meaning: Why Mom Can Be Both Emotional and Rational.
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  • Jeff Mielke, Adam Baker, Diana Archangeli, and Sumayya Racy. Palatron: A Technique for Aligning Ultrasound Images of the Tongue and Palate.
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  • Daniel Siddiqi. Distributed Morphology without Secondary Exponence: A Local Account of Licensing Thematic Licensing of Vocabulary Items and Strong Verb Alternations.
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  • Azita Taleghani. Is PROARB the Same as pro? Evidence from Persian Impersonal Constructions.
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  • Jianyuan Wang. Resumptive Pronouns are not Optional: Evidence from the Topic Constructions of the Possessor in Mandarin Chinese.
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  • Gwanhi Yun. An Ultrasound Study of Coarticulation and Vowel Assimilation in Korean.
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