The Acquisition of Differential Object Marking Edited by Alexandru Mardale and Silvina Montrul INaLCO, Paris / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
For a complete list of recent research output, including journal and article publications, please see the Illinois Experts page for Linguistics. The following spotlights are the most recent book publications from our department.
- Authored by a prominent team of international experts in their respective fields, The Handbook of Informal Language Learning is a one-of-a-kind reference work and it is a timely and valuable resource
- Recent Linguistics PhD Grad and Dr. Melissa Bowles have an article in the Dec 2019 TESOL Quarterly titled "How deeply do second language learners process written corrective feedback? Insights gained from think-alouds." Follow the link for more details.
- Ionin, Tania & Matushansky, Ora. (2018). Cardinals: The syntax and semantics of cardinal-containing expressions. An argument that complex cardinals are not extra-linguistic but built using standard syntax and standard principles of semantic composition.
- Ionin, T., & Rispoli, M. (n.d.). Three streams of generative language acquisition research: Introduction (Vol. 63). John Benjamins Publishing Company.
- Language Maintenance, Revival and Shift in the Sociology of Religion, Edited by: Rajeshwari Vijay Pandharipande,
- Peter Lasersohn (2017) Subjectivity and Perspective in Truth-theoretic Semantics. Oxford University Press.
- Focus on Russian scope: An experimental investigation of the relationship between quantifier scope, prosody, and information structureIonin, T. and Luchkina. T. (2018). Focus on Russian scope: An experimental investigation of the relationship between quantifier scope, prosody, and information structure. Linguistic Inquiry, 49(4).
- Franks, S., Spezzini, S., & Prado, J. (2018, March) Sustaining linking words in dialogue: Linking theory and practice. Paper presented at TESOL International Convention and English Language Expo, Chicago, IL.
- Quantificational cues modulate the processing of English subject-verb agreement by native Chinese speakers: An ERP study.Armstrong, A., Bulkes, N. Z., & Tanner, D. (in press). Quantificational cues modulate the processing of English subject-verb agreement by native Chinese speakers: An ERP study. Studies in Second Language Acquisition.
- Lexical integrity and suspended affixation in two types of denominal predicates in Korean. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics,Yoon, J. H. S. (2017) Published: Thu, 11 May 2017