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  1. Forbes-Barnett, Marsha. 2018. Dual aspectual forms and event structure in Caribbean English Creoles ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Yakpo, Kofi. 2018. A grammar of Pichi ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 23). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Rehm, Georg, Daniel Stein, Felix Sasaki & Andreas Witt (eds.). 2016. Language technologies for a multilingual Europe ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Persohn, Bastian. 2021. Superseded: The Verb in Nyakyusa: A focus on tense, aspect, and modality ( Contemporary African Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Superseded: Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Zinova, Yulia. 2021. Forthcoming: Russian verbal prefixation: A frame semantic analysis ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Schäfer, Martin. 2017. The semantic transparency of English compound nouns ( Morphological Investigations 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  10. Bergmann, Pia. 2018. Morphologisch komplexe Wörter: Prosodische Struktur und phonetische Realisierung ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  11. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  12. Müller, Stefan. 2018. A lexicalist account of argument structure: Template-based phrasal LFG approaches and a lexical HPSG alternative ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  13. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  14. Delgado, Sally. 2018. Ship English: Sailors’ speech in the early colonial Caribbean ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  15. Stenzel, Kristine & Bruna Franchetto (eds.). 2017. On this and other worlds: Voices from Amazonia ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 17). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  16. Seržant, Ilja A. & Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (eds.). 2018. Diachrony of differential argument marking ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 19). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  17. Hölzl, Andreas. 2017. A typology of questions in Northeast Asia and beyond: An ecological perspective ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 20). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  18. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  19. Müller, Stefan. 2020. 语法理论: 从转换语法到基于约束的理论 ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  20. Sherriah, André. 2018. A tale of two dialect regions: Sranan's 17th-century English input ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  21. Svoboda, Tomáš, Łucja Biel & Krzysztof Łoboda (eds.). 2017. Quality aspects in institutional translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  22. Paggio, Patrizia & Albert Gatt (eds.). 2017. The languages of Malta ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 17). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  23. Sailer, Manfred & Stella Markantonatou (eds.). 2017. Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  24. Guzmán Naranjo, Matías. 2018. Analogical classification in formal grammar ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  25. Watters, John R. (ed.). 2017. East Benue-Congo: Nouns, pronouns, and verbs ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  26. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2018. The numeral system of Proto-Niger-Congo: A step-by-step reconstruction ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  27. Clem, Emily, Peter Jenks & Hannah Sande (eds.). 2018. Theory and description in African Linguistics: Selected papers from the 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  28. N.N. 2020. Semantic differences in translation: Exploring the field of inchoativity ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  29. Nitzke, Jean. 2018. Problem solving activities in post-editing and translation from scratch: A multi-method study ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  30. Tilsen, Sam. 2019. Syntax with oscillators and energy levels ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  31. Riesberg, Sonja, Asako Shiohara & Atsuko Utsumi (eds.). 2018. Perspectives on information structure in Austronesian languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 21). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  32. Parmentier, Yannick, Jakub Waszczuk, Timm Lichte, Simon Petitjean, Agata Savary, Livnat Herzig Sheinfux, Tali Arad Greshler, Nurit Melnik, Shuly Wintner, Helge Dyvik, Gyri Smørdal Losnegaard, Victoria Rosén, Stella Markantonatou, Niki Samaridi, Panagiotis Minos, Krasimir Angelov, Mathieu Constant, Gülşen Eryiğit, Carlos Ramisch, Mike Rosner, Gerold Schneider, Miryam de Lhoneux, Omri Abend, Mark Steedman, Vasiliki Foufi, Luka Nerimi, Eric Wehrli, Nasredine Semmar, Christophe Servan, Meriama Laib, Dhouha Bouamor, Morgane Marchand, Guillaume Jacquet, Maud Ehrmann, Jakub Piskorski, Hristo Tanev & Ralf Steinberger. 2019. Representation and parsing of multiword expressions: Current trends ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  33. Irvine-Sobers, G. Alison. 2018. The acrolect in Jamaica: The architecture of phonological variation ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  34. Markantonatou, Stella, Carlos Ramisch, Agata Savary & Veronika Vincze (eds.). 2018. Multiword expressions at length and in depth: Extended papers from the MWE 2017 workshop ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  35. Fantinuoli, Claudio (ed.). 2018. Interpreting and technology ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  36. Juskan, Marten. 2018. Sound change, priming, salience: Producing and perceiving variation in Liverpool English ( Language Variation 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  37. Döhler, Christian. 2018. A grammar of Komnzo ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 22). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  38. Unterladstetter, Volker. 2019. Multi-verb constructions in Eastern Indonesia ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 28). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  39. McElvenny, James (ed.). 2019. Form and formalism in linguistics ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  40. Franco, Ludovico, Mihaela Marchis Moreno & Matthew Reeve (eds.). 2019. Agreement, case and locality in the nominal and verbal domains ( Open Generative Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  41. Guérin, Valérie (ed.). 2018. Bridging constructions ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 24). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  42. Bueno Holle, Juan José. 2019. Information structure in Isthmus Zapotec narrative and conversation ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  43. Schmidtke-Bode, Karsten, Natalia Levshina, Susanne Maria Michaelis & Ilja Seržant (eds.). 2018. Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of the evidence ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  44. Ben Hedia, Sonia. 2019. Gemination and degemination in English affixation: Investigating the interplay between morphology, phonology and phonetics ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  45. Di Garbo, Francesca, Bruno Olsson & Bernhard Wälchli (eds.). 2019. Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity I: General issues and specific studies ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 26). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  46. Daniel, Michael, Nina Dobrushina & Dmitry Ganenkov (eds.). 2018. The Mehweb language: Essays on phonology, morphology and syntax ( Languages of the Caucasus 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  47. Lotven, Samson, Silvina Bongiovanni, Phillip Weirich, Robert Botne & Samuel Gyasi Obeng (eds.). 2018. African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  48. Aguilar-Guevara, Ana, Julia Pozas Loyo & Violeta Vázquez-Rojas Maldonado (eds.). 2019. Definiteness across languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 25). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  49. Edwards, Owen. 2020. Metathesis and unmetathesis in Amarasi ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  50. Dellert, Johannes. 2019. Information-theoretic causal inference of lexical flow ( Language Variation 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  51. Lucas, Christopher & Stefano Manfredi (eds.). 2019. Arabic and contact-induced change ( Contact and Multilingualism 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  52. Di Garbo, Francesca, Bruno Olsson & Bernhard Wälchli (eds.). 2019. Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity II: World-wide comparative studies ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 27). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  53. Schulte im Walde, Sabine & Eva Smolka (eds.). 2019. The role of constituents in multiword expressions: An interdisciplinary, cross-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  54. Ali, Mark, Scott Grimm & Adams Bodomo. 2021. A dictionary and grammatical sketch of Dagaare ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  55. Parikh, Prashant. 2019. Communication and content ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  56. Easterday, Shelece. 2019. Highly complex syllable structure: A typological and diachronic study ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  57. Morley, Rebecca L.. 2019. Sound structure and sound change: A modeling approach ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  58. Gergel, Remus & Jonathan Watkins (eds.). 2019. Quantification and scales in change ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  59. Smith, Peter W., Johannes Mursell & Katharina Hartmann (eds.). 2020. Agree to Agree: Agreement in the Minimalist Programme ( Open Generative Syntax 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  60. Bross, Fabian. 2019. The clausal syntax of German Sign Language: A cartographic approach ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  61. Pineda, Anna & Jaume Mateu (eds.). 2020. Dative constructions in Romance and beyond ( Open Generative Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  62. Marušič, Franc, Petra Mišmaš & Rok Žaucer (eds.). 2019. Advances in formal Slavic linguistics 2017 ( Open Slavic Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  63. Bergqvist, Henrik & Seppo Kittilä (eds.). 2019. Evidentiality, egophoricity and engagement ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 30). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  64. Crysmann, Berthold & Manfred Sailer (eds.). 2021. One-to-many-relations in morphology, syntax, and semantics ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  65. Floyd, Simeon, Giovanni Rossi, N. J. Enfield, Kobin H. Kendrick, Joe Blythe, Jörg Zinken, Julija Baranova & Mark Dingemanse. 2020. Getting others to do things: A pragmatic typology of recruitments ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 31). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  66. Saturno, Jacopo. 2020. Utterance structure in initial L2 acquisition ( EuroSLA Studies tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  67. Bardel, Camilla & Laura Sánchez (eds.). 2020. Third language acquisition: Age, proficiency and multilingualism ( EuroSLA Studies 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  68. Wackernagel, Jacob, George Walkden, Christina Sevdali & Morgan Macleod. 2020. On a law of Indo-European word order: Über ein Gesetz der indogermanischen Wortstellung ( Classics in Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  69. Kastner, Itamar. 2020. Voice at the interfaces: The syntax, semantics, and morphology of the Hebrew verb ( Open Generative Syntax 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  70. Asoulin, Eran. 2020. Language and scientific explanation: Where does semantics fit in? ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  71. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  72. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences II: Between syntax and morphology ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  73. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Forthcoming: Syntactic architecture and its consequences III: Inside syntax ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  74. Edmonds, Amanda, Pascale Leclercq & Aarnes Gudmestad (eds.). 2020. Interpreting language-learning data ( EuroSLA Studies 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  75. Roessig, Simon. 2020. Categoriality and continuity in prosodic prominence ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  76. Næss, Åshild, Anna Margetts & Yvonne Treis (eds.). 2020. Demonstratives in discourse ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  77. Balogh, Kata, Anja Latrouite & Robert D. Van Valin (eds.). 2020. Nominal anchoring: Specificity, definiteness and article systems across languages ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  78. Aussant, Émilie & Jean-Michel Fortis (eds.). 2020. Historical journey in a linguistic archipelago: Descriptive concepts and case studies ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  79. Tra&Co Group, ᠎ (ed.). 2020. Translation, interpreting, cognition: The way out of the box ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 15). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  80. Pinto, Jorge & Nélia Alexandre (eds.). 2021. Multilingualism and third language acquisition: Learning and teaching trends ( Contact and Multilingualism tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  81. Jacques, Guillaume. 2021. A grammar of Japhug ( Comprehensive Grammar Library 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  82. Bisiada, Mario (ed.). 2020. Empirical studies in translation and discourse ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  83. Shim, Ji Young. 2020. OV and VO variation in code-switching ( Current Issues in Bilingualism tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Müller, Stefan. 2018. Superseded: Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Schackow, Diana. 2016. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Drager, Katie K.. 2016. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Forbes-Barnett, Marsha. 2018. Dual aspectual forms and event structure in Caribbean English Creoles ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  10. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan James Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  11. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  12. Michaud, Alexis. 2016. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 13). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  13. Song, Sanghoun. 2017. Modeling information structure in a cross-linguistic perspective ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  14. , . 2016. Sprachliche Imitation: Jiddisch in der deutschsprachigen Literatur (18.-20. Jahrhundert) ( Language Variation 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  15. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  16. Kandybowicz, Jason, Travis Major, Harold Torrence & Philip T. Duncan (eds.). 2018. African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  17. Payne, Doris L., Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  18. Gutman, Ariel. 2016. Attributive constructions in North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 15). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  19. Kieviet, Paulus. 2016. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  20. , . 2017. Absolute Komplexität in der Nominalflexion: Althochdeutsch, Mittelhochdeutsch, Alemannisch und deutsche Standardsprache ( Morphological Investigations 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  21. , . 2017. Tonal placement in Tashlhiyt: How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  22. Persohn, Bastian. 2021. Superseded: The Verb in Nyakyusa: A focus on tense, aspect, and modality ( Contemporary African Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  23. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Superseded: Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  24. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  25. Zinova, Yulia. 2021. Forthcoming: Russian verbal prefixation: A frame semantic analysis ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  26. Bisang, Walter & Andrej Malchukov (eds.). 2017. Unity and diversity in grammaticalization scenarios ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 16). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  27. Trips, Carola & Jaklin Kornfilt (eds.). 2017. Further investigations into the nature of phrasal compounding ( Morphological Investigations 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  28. Bailey, Laura R. & Michelle Sheehan (eds.). 2017. Order and structure in syntax I: Word order and syntactic structure ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  29. Müller, Stefan. 2018. A lexicalist account of argument structure: Template-based phrasal LFG approaches and a lexical HPSG alternative ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  30. Delgado, Sally. 2018. Ship English: Sailors’ speech in the early colonial Caribbean ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  31. Stenzel, Kristine & Bruna Franchetto (eds.). 2017. On this and other worlds: Voices from Amazonia ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 17). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  32. Seržant, Ilja A. & Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (eds.). 2018. Diachrony of differential argument marking ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 19). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  33. Müller, Stefan. 2020. 语法理论: 从转换语法到基于约束的理论 ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  34. Sherriah, André. 2018. A tale of two dialect regions: Sranan's 17th-century English input ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  35. Sailer, Manfred & Stella Markantonatou (eds.). 2017. Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  36. Guzmán Naranjo, Matías. 2018. Analogical classification in formal grammar ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  37. Nitzke, Jean. 2018. Problem solving activities in post-editing and translation from scratch: A multi-method study ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  38. Irvine-Sobers, G. Alison. 2018. The acrolect in Jamaica: The architecture of phonological variation ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  39. Fantinuoli, Claudio (ed.). 2018. Interpreting and technology ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  40. Juskan, Marten. 2018. Sound change, priming, salience: Producing and perceiving variation in Liverpool English ( Language Variation 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  41. Unterladstetter, Volker. 2019. Multi-verb constructions in Eastern Indonesia ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 28). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  42. McElvenny, James (ed.). 2019. Form and formalism in linguistics ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  43. Franco, Ludovico, Mihaela Marchis Moreno & Matthew Reeve (eds.). 2019. Agreement, case and locality in the nominal and verbal domains ( Open Generative Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  44. Guérin, Valérie (ed.). 2018. Bridging constructions ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 24). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  45. Ben Hedia, Sonia. 2019. Gemination and degemination in English affixation: Investigating the interplay between morphology, phonology and phonetics ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  46. Di Garbo, Francesca, Bruno Olsson & Bernhard Wälchli (eds.). 2019. Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity I: General issues and specific studies ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 26). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  47. Daniel, Michael, Nina Dobrushina & Dmitry Ganenkov (eds.). 2018. The Mehweb language: Essays on phonology, morphology and syntax ( Languages of the Caucasus 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  48. Lotven, Samson, Silvina Bongiovanni, Phillip Weirich, Robert Botne & Samuel Gyasi Obeng (eds.). 2018. African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  49. Flick, Johanna. 2020. Die Entwicklung des Definitartikels im Althochdeutschen: Eine kognitiv-linguistische Korpusuntersuchung ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  50. Lucas, Christopher & Stefano Manfredi (eds.). 2019. Arabic and contact-induced change ( Contact and Multilingualism 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  51. Schulte im Walde, Sabine & Eva Smolka (eds.). 2019. The role of constituents in multiword expressions: An interdisciplinary, cross-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  52. Ali, Mark, Scott Grimm & Adams Bodomo. 2021. A dictionary and grammatical sketch of Dagaare ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  53. Gergel, Remus & Jonathan Watkins (eds.). 2019. Quantification and scales in change ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  54. Smith, Peter W., Johannes Mursell & Katharina Hartmann (eds.). 2020. Agree to Agree: Agreement in the Minimalist Programme ( Open Generative Syntax 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  55. Bross, Fabian. 2019. The clausal syntax of German Sign Language: A cartographic approach ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  56. Bergqvist, Henrik & Seppo Kittilä (eds.). 2019. Evidentiality, egophoricity and engagement ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 30). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  57. Floyd, Simeon, Giovanni Rossi, N. J. Enfield, Kobin H. Kendrick, Joe Blythe, Jörg Zinken, Julija Baranova & Mark Dingemanse. 2020. Getting others to do things: A pragmatic typology of recruitments ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 31). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  58. Saturno, Jacopo. 2020. Utterance structure in initial L2 acquisition ( EuroSLA Studies tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  59. Bardel, Camilla & Laura Sánchez (eds.). 2020. Third language acquisition: Age, proficiency and multilingualism ( EuroSLA Studies 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  60. Wackernagel, Jacob, George Walkden, Christina Sevdali & Morgan Macleod. 2020. On a law of Indo-European word order: Über ein Gesetz der indogermanischen Wortstellung ( Classics in Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  61. Kastner, Itamar. 2020. Voice at the interfaces: The syntax, semantics, and morphology of the Hebrew verb ( Open Generative Syntax 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  62. Asoulin, Eran. 2020. Language and scientific explanation: Where does semantics fit in? ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  63. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  64. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences II: Between syntax and morphology ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  65. Jacques, Guillaume. 2021. A grammar of Japhug ( Comprehensive Grammar Library 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Forbes-Barnett, Marsha. 2018. Dual aspectual forms and event structure in Caribbean English Creoles ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Czulo, Oliver & Silvia Hansen-Schirra (eds.). 2017. Crossroads between contrastive linguistics, translation studies and machine translation: TC3-II ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2016. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Michaud, Alexis. 2016. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 13). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  7. Song, Sanghoun. 2017. Modeling information structure in a cross-linguistic perspective ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  8. , . 2016. Sprachliche Imitation: Jiddisch in der deutschsprachigen Literatur (18.-20. Jahrhundert) ( Language Variation 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  9. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  10. Kandybowicz, Jason, Travis Major, Harold Torrence & Philip T. Duncan (eds.). 2018. African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  11. Payne, Doris L., Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  12. Gutman, Ariel. 2016. Attributive constructions in North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 15). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  13. Kieviet, Paulus. 2016. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  14. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  15. , . 2017. Absolute Komplexität in der Nominalflexion: Althochdeutsch, Mittelhochdeutsch, Alemannisch und deutsche Standardsprache ( Morphological Investigations 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  16. Persohn, Bastian. 2021. Superseded: The Verb in Nyakyusa: A focus on tense, aspect, and modality ( Contemporary African Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
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  6. Kastner, Itamar. 2020. Voice at the interfaces: The syntax, semantics, and morphology of the Hebrew verb ( Open Generative Syntax 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Persohn, Bastian. 2021. Superseded: The Verb in Nyakyusa: A focus on tense, aspect, and modality ( Contemporary African Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Svoboda, Tomáš, Łucja Biel & Krzysztof Łoboda (eds.). 2017. Quality aspects in institutional translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Nitzke, Jean. 2018. Problem solving activities in post-editing and translation from scratch: A multi-method study ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
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  1. Zinova, Yulia. 2021. Forthcoming: Russian verbal prefixation: A frame semantic analysis ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Wackernagel, Jacob, George Walkden, Christina Sevdali & Morgan Macleod. 2020. On a law of Indo-European word order: Über ein Gesetz der indogermanischen Wortstellung ( Classics in Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Forthcoming: Syntactic architecture and its consequences III: Inside syntax ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Næss, Åshild, Anna Margetts & Yvonne Treis (eds.). 2020. Demonstratives in discourse ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Balogh, Kata, Anja Latrouite & Robert D. Van Valin (eds.). 2020. Nominal anchoring: Specificity, definiteness and article systems across languages ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Lucas, Christopher & Stefano Manfredi (eds.). 2019. Arabic and contact-induced change ( Contact and Multilingualism 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Pineda, Anna & Jaume Mateu (eds.). 2020. Dative constructions in Romance and beyond ( Open Generative Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bergqvist, Henrik & Seppo Kittilä (eds.). 2019. Evidentiality, egophoricity and engagement ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 30). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Floyd, Simeon, Giovanni Rossi, N. J. Enfield, Kobin H. Kendrick, Joe Blythe, Jörg Zinken, Julija Baranova & Mark Dingemanse. 2020. Getting others to do things: A pragmatic typology of recruitments ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 31). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Bardel, Camilla & Laura Sánchez (eds.). 2020. Third language acquisition: Age, proficiency and multilingualism ( EuroSLA Studies 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Lichte, Timm. 2016. Syntax und Valenz: Zur Modellierung kohärenter und elliptischer Strukturen mit Baumadjunktionsgrammatiken ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Berghäll, Liisa. 2016. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Drager, Katie K.. 2016. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2016. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Shimelman, Aviva. 2016. A grammar of Yauyos Quechua ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bailey, Laura R. & Michelle Sheehan (eds.). 2017. Order and structure in syntax I: Word order and syntactic structure ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Sailer, Manfred & Stella Markantonatou (eds.). 2017. Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Ben Hedia, Sonia. 2019. Gemination and degemination in English affixation: Investigating the interplay between morphology, phonology and phonetics ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Pineda, Anna & Jaume Mateu (eds.). 2020. Dative constructions in Romance and beyond ( Open Generative Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  6. Kastner, Itamar. 2020. Voice at the interfaces: The syntax, semantics, and morphology of the Hebrew verb ( Open Generative Syntax 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan James Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Kieviet, Paulus. 2016. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
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  1. Kandybowicz, Jason, Travis Major, Harold Torrence & Philip T. Duncan (eds.). 2018. African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Lotven, Samson, Silvina Bongiovanni, Phillip Weirich, Robert Botne & Samuel Gyasi Obeng (eds.). 2018. African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bardel, Camilla & Laura Sánchez (eds.). 2020. Third language acquisition: Age, proficiency and multilingualism ( EuroSLA Studies 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Edmonds, Amanda, Pascale Leclercq & Aarnes Gudmestad (eds.). 2020. Interpreting language-learning data ( EuroSLA Studies 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Pinto, Jorge & Nélia Alexandre (eds.). 2021. Multilingualism and third language acquisition: Learning and teaching trends ( Contact and Multilingualism tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Delgado, Sally. 2018. Ship English: Sailors’ speech in the early colonial Caribbean ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Paggio, Patrizia & Albert Gatt (eds.). 2017. The languages of Malta ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 17). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. N.N. 2020. Semantic differences in translation: Exploring the field of inchoativity ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Fantinuoli, Claudio (ed.). 2018. Interpreting and technology ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Kandybowicz, Jason, Travis Major, Harold Torrence & Philip T. Duncan (eds.). 2018. African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2018. The numeral system of Proto-Niger-Congo: A step-by-step reconstruction ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Cangemi, Francesco. 2016. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Wilbur, Joshua. 2016. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Schackow, Diana. 2016. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Berghäll, Liisa. 2016. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2016. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Bisiada, Mario (ed.). 2020. Empirical studies in translation and discourse ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hölzl, Andreas. 2017. A typology of questions in Northeast Asia and beyond: An ecological perspective ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 20). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Watters, John R. (ed.). 2017. East Benue-Congo: Nouns, pronouns, and verbs ( Niger-Congo Comparative Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Döhler, Christian. 2018. A grammar of Komnzo ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 22). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Daniel, Michael, Nina Dobrushina & Dmitry Ganenkov (eds.). 2018. The Mehweb language: Essays on phonology, morphology and syntax ( Languages of the Caucasus 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Næss, Åshild, Anna Margetts & Yvonne Treis (eds.). 2020. Demonstratives in discourse ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. van Trijp, Remi. 2016. The evolution of case grammar ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Bisang, Walter & Andrej Malchukov (eds.). 2017. Unity and diversity in grammaticalization scenarios ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 16). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Sherriah, André. 2018. A tale of two dialect regions: Sranan's 17th-century English input ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Delgado, Sally. 2018. Ship English: Sailors’ speech in the early colonial Caribbean ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Di Garbo, Francesca, Bruno Olsson & Bernhard Wälchli (eds.). 2019. Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity II: World-wide comparative studies ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 27). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Easterday, Shelece. 2019. Highly complex syllable structure: A typological and diachronic study ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Næss, Åshild, Anna Margetts & Yvonne Treis (eds.). 2020. Demonstratives in discourse ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2016. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Schackow, Diana. 2016. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Hölzl, Andreas. 2017. A typology of questions in Northeast Asia and beyond: An ecological perspective ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 20). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Müller, Stefan. 2018. A lexicalist account of argument structure: Template-based phrasal LFG approaches and a lexical HPSG alternative ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Riesberg, Sonja, Asako Shiohara & Atsuko Utsumi (eds.). 2018. Perspectives on information structure in Austronesian languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 21). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Næss, Åshild, Anna Margetts & Yvonne Treis (eds.). 2020. Demonstratives in discourse ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Jacques, Guillaume. 2021. A grammar of Japhug ( Comprehensive Grammar Library 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2016. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Michaud, Alexis. 2016. Tone in Yongning Na: Lexical tones and morphotonology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 13). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bergmann, Pia. 2018. Morphologisch komplexe Wörter: Prosodische Struktur und phonetische Realisierung ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Nakagawa, Natsuko. 2017. Information structure in spoken Japanese: Particles, word order, and intonation ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Edmonds, Amanda, Pascale Leclercq & Aarnes Gudmestad (eds.). 2020. Interpreting language-learning data ( EuroSLA Studies 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Zinova, Yulia. 2021. Forthcoming: Russian verbal prefixation: A frame semantic analysis ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences II: Between syntax and morphology ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Forthcoming: Syntactic architecture and its consequences III: Inside syntax ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Edmonds, Amanda, Pascale Leclercq & Aarnes Gudmestad (eds.). 2020. Interpreting language-learning data ( EuroSLA Studies 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Guzmán Naranjo, Matías. 2018. Analogical classification in formal grammar ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Tilsen, Sam. 2019. Syntax with oscillators and energy levels ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Schmidtke-Bode, Karsten, Natalia Levshina, Susanne Maria Michaelis & Ilja Seržant (eds.). 2018. Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of the evidence ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Lotven, Samson, Silvina Bongiovanni, Phillip Weirich, Robert Botne & Samuel Gyasi Obeng (eds.). 2018. African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Van Rooy, Raf. 2020. Greece’s labyrinth of language: A study in the early modern discovery of dialect diversity ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan James Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Rehm, Georg, Daniel Stein, Felix Sasaki & Andreas Witt (eds.). 2016. Language technologies for a multilingual Europe ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Payne, Doris L., Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Pineda, Anna & Jaume Mateu (eds.). 2020. Dative constructions in Romance and beyond ( Open Generative Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Wackernagel, Jacob, George Walkden, Christina Sevdali & Morgan Macleod. 2020. On a law of Indo-European word order: Über ein Gesetz der indogermanischen Wortstellung ( Classics in Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Aussant, Émilie & Jean-Michel Fortis (eds.). 2020. Historical journey in a linguistic archipelago: Descriptive concepts and case studies ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Shim, Ji Young. 2020. OV and VO variation in code-switching ( Current Issues in Bilingualism tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Müller, Stefan. 2018. Superseded: Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan James Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Sheehan, Michelle & Laura R. Bailey (eds.). 2017. Order and structure in syntax II: Subjecthood and argument structure ( Open Generative Syntax 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Superseded: Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Sailer, Manfred & Stella Markantonatou (eds.). 2017. Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Ben Hedia, Sonia. 2019. Gemination and degemination in English affixation: Investigating the interplay between morphology, phonology and phonetics ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Schackow, Diana. 2016. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Bisang, Walter & Andrej Malchukov (eds.). 2017. Unity and diversity in grammaticalization scenarios ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 16). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Lenertová, Denisa, Roland Meyer, Radek Šimík & Luka Szucsich (eds.). 2018. Advances in formal Slavic linguistics 2016 ( Open Slavic Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences II: Between syntax and morphology ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Balogh, Kata, Anja Latrouite & Robert D. Van Valin (eds.). 2020. Nominal anchoring: Specificity, definiteness and article systems across languages ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  5. Jacques, Guillaume. 2021. A grammar of Japhug ( Comprehensive Grammar Library 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Zinova, Yulia. 2021. Forthcoming: Russian verbal prefixation: A frame semantic analysis ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Forthcoming: Syntactic architecture and its consequences III: Inside syntax ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Edmonds, Amanda, Pascale Leclercq & Aarnes Gudmestad (eds.). 2020. Interpreting language-learning data ( EuroSLA Studies 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Sailer, Manfred & Stella Markantonatou (eds.). 2017. Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Aussant, Émilie & Jean-Michel Fortis (eds.). 2020. Historical journey in a linguistic archipelago: Descriptive concepts and case studies ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Superseded: Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Schmidtke-Bode, Karsten, Natalia Levshina, Susanne Maria Michaelis & Ilja Seržant (eds.). 2018. Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of the evidence ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Superseded: Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Sailer, Manfred & Stella Markantonatou (eds.). 2017. Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Markantonatou, Stella, Carlos Ramisch, Agata Savary & Veronika Vincze (eds.). 2018. Multiword expressions at length and in depth: Extended papers from the MWE 2017 workshop ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Fantinuoli, Claudio (ed.). 2018. Interpreting and technology ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 11). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Parikh, Prashant. 2019. Communication and content ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Van Rooy, Raf. 2020. Greece’s labyrinth of language: A study in the early modern discovery of dialect diversity ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bleys, Joris. 2016. Language strategies for the domain of colour ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2016. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Sailer, Manfred & Stella Markantonatou (eds.). 2017. Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Cangemi, Francesco. 2016. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Steels, Luc L.. 2016. The Talking Heads experiment: Origins of words and meanings ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Menzel, Katrin, Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski & Kerstin Kunz (eds.). 2016. New perspectives on cohesion and coherence: Implications for translation ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Schäfer, Martin. 2017. The semantic transparency of English compound nouns ( Morphological Investigations 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Zinova, Yulia. 2021. Forthcoming: Russian verbal prefixation: A frame semantic analysis ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. McElvenny, James (ed.). 2019. Form and formalism in linguistics ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Morley, Rebecca L.. 2019. Sound structure and sound change: A modeling approach ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Aussant, Émilie & Jean-Michel Fortis (eds.). 2020. Historical journey in a linguistic archipelago: Descriptive concepts and case studies ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Zinova, Yulia. 2021. Forthcoming: Russian verbal prefixation: A frame semantic analysis ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
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  2. Næss, Åshild, Anna Margetts & Yvonne Treis (eds.). 2020. Demonstratives in discourse ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Pérez Vidal, Carmen, Sonia López-Serrano, Jennifer Ament, Dakota J. Thomas-Wilhelm & Jennifer Ament (eds.). 2017. Learning context effects: Study abroad, formal instruction and international immersion classrooms ( EuroSLA Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Irvine-Sobers, G. Alison. 2018. The acrolect in Jamaica: The architecture of phonological variation ( Studies in Caribbean Languages 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Næss, Åshild, Anna Margetts & Yvonne Treis (eds.). 2020. Demonstratives in discourse ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia & Sambor Grucza (eds.). 2016. Eyetracking and Applied Linguistics ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Tra&Co Group, ᠎ (ed.). 2020. Translation, interpreting, cognition: The way out of the box ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 15). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bisiada, Mario (ed.). 2020. Empirical studies in translation and discourse ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. McElvenny, James (ed.). 2019. Form and formalism in linguistics ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Payne, Doris L., Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Superseded: Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. McElvenny, James (ed.). 2019. Form and formalism in linguistics ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
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  2. Parikh, Prashant. 2019. Communication and content ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hölzl, Andreas. 2017. A typology of questions in Northeast Asia and beyond: An ecological perspective ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 20). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Döhler, Christian. 2018. A grammar of Komnzo ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 22). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Enfield, N.J.. 2016. Natural causes of language: Frames, biases, and cultural transmission ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2016. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Wilbur, Joshua. 2016. A grammar of Pite Saami ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Kluge, Angela. 2017. A grammar of Papuan Malay ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Lotven, Samson, Silvina Bongiovanni, Phillip Weirich, Robert Botne & Samuel Gyasi Obeng (eds.). 2018. African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Smith, Peter W., Johannes Mursell & Katharina Hartmann (eds.). 2020. Agree to Agree: Agreement in the Minimalist Programme ( Open Generative Syntax 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Parmentier, Yannick, Jakub Waszczuk, Timm Lichte, Simon Petitjean, Agata Savary, Livnat Herzig Sheinfux, Tali Arad Greshler, Nurit Melnik, Shuly Wintner, Helge Dyvik, Gyri Smørdal Losnegaard, Victoria Rosén, Stella Markantonatou, Niki Samaridi, Panagiotis Minos, Krasimir Angelov, Mathieu Constant, Gülşen Eryiğit, Carlos Ramisch, Mike Rosner, Gerold Schneider, Miryam de Lhoneux, Omri Abend, Mark Steedman, Vasiliki Foufi, Luka Nerimi, Eric Wehrli, Nasredine Semmar, Christophe Servan, Meriama Laib, Dhouha Bouamor, Morgane Marchand, Guillaume Jacquet, Maud Ehrmann, Jakub Piskorski, Hristo Tanev & Ralf Steinberger. 2019. Representation and parsing of multiword expressions: Current trends ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Schulte im Walde, Sabine & Eva Smolka (eds.). 2019. The role of constituents in multiword expressions: An interdisciplinary, cross-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bisiada, Mario (ed.). 2020. Empirical studies in translation and discourse ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Shim, Ji Young. 2020. OV and VO variation in code-switching ( Current Issues in Bilingualism tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Friesen, Dianne. 2017. A grammar of Moloko ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Crysmann, Berthold & Manfred Sailer (eds.). 2021. One-to-many-relations in morphology, syntax, and semantics ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Floyd, Simeon, Giovanni Rossi, N. J. Enfield, Kobin H. Kendrick, Joe Blythe, Jörg Zinken, Julija Baranova & Mark Dingemanse. 2020. Getting others to do things: A pragmatic typology of recruitments ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 31). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Schackow, Diana. 2016. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Schmidtke-Bode, Karsten, Natalia Levshina, Susanne Maria Michaelis & Ilja Seržant (eds.). 2018. Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of the evidence ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Aussant, Émilie & Jean-Michel Fortis (eds.). 2020. Historical journey in a linguistic archipelago: Descriptive concepts and case studies ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Tra&Co Group, ᠎ (ed.). 2020. Translation, interpreting, cognition: The way out of the box ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 15). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Pineda, Anna & Jaume Mateu (eds.). 2020. Dative constructions in Romance and beyond ( Open Generative Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Forthcoming: Syntactic architecture and its consequences III: Inside syntax ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Crysmann, Berthold & Manfred Sailer (eds.). 2021. One-to-many-relations in morphology, syntax, and semantics ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Cangemi, Francesco. 2016. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Shimelman, Aviva. 2016. A grammar of Yauyos Quechua ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Markantonatou, Stella, Carlos Ramisch, Agata Savary & Veronika Vincze (eds.). 2018. Multiword expressions at length and in depth: Extended papers from the MWE 2017 workshop ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Næss, Åshild, Anna Margetts & Yvonne Treis (eds.). 2020. Demonstratives in discourse ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Tra&Co Group, ᠎ (ed.). 2020. Translation, interpreting, cognition: The way out of the box ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 15). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bleys, Joris. 2016. Language strategies for the domain of colour ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Schmidtke-Bode, Karsten, Natalia Levshina, Susanne Maria Michaelis & Ilja Seržant (eds.). 2018. Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of the evidence ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Asoulin, Eran. 2020. Language and scientific explanation: Where does semantics fit in? ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Persohn, Bastian. 2021. Superseded: The Verb in Nyakyusa: A focus on tense, aspect, and modality ( Contemporary African Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Unterladstetter, Volker. 2019. Multi-verb constructions in Eastern Indonesia ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 28). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Edwards, Owen. 2020. Metathesis and unmetathesis in Amarasi ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Müller, Stefan. 2018. Superseded: Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Zinova, Yulia. 2021. Forthcoming: Russian verbal prefixation: A frame semantic analysis ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Easterday, Shelece. 2019. Highly complex syllable structure: A typological and diachronic study ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Seržant, Ilja A. & Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (eds.). 2018. Diachrony of differential argument marking ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 19). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. , . 2017. Absolute Komplexität in der Nominalflexion: Althochdeutsch, Mittelhochdeutsch, Alemannisch und deutsche Standardsprache ( Morphological Investigations 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Lucas, Christopher & Stefano Manfredi (eds.). 2019. Arabic and contact-induced change ( Contact and Multilingualism 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Pérez Vidal, Carmen, Sonia López-Serrano, Jennifer Ament, Dakota J. Thomas-Wilhelm & Jennifer Ament (eds.). 2017. Learning context effects: Study abroad, formal instruction and international immersion classrooms ( EuroSLA Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Næss, Åshild, Anna Margetts & Yvonne Treis (eds.). 2020. Demonstratives in discourse ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 6). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2016. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Rießler, Michael. 2016. Adjective attribution ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Forthcoming: Syntactic architecture and its consequences III: Inside syntax ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Schäfer, Roland. 2016. Superseded: Einführung in die grammatische Beschreibung des Deutschen ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Müller, Stefan. 2018. Superseded: Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Nakagawa, Natsuko. 2017. Information structure in spoken Japanese: Particles, word order, and intonation ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Yakpo, Kofi. 2018. A grammar of Pichi ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 23). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Pérez Vidal, Carmen, Sonia López-Serrano, Jennifer Ament, Dakota J. Thomas-Wilhelm & Jennifer Ament (eds.). 2017. Learning context effects: Study abroad, formal instruction and international immersion classrooms ( EuroSLA Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Roessig, Simon. 2020. Categoriality and continuity in prosodic prominence ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Wackernagel, Jacob, George Walkden, Christina Sevdali & Morgan Macleod. 2020. On a law of Indo-European word order: Über ein Gesetz der indogermanischen Wortstellung ( Classics in Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Handschuh, Corinna. 2016. A typology of marked-S languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Guérin, Valérie (ed.). 2018. Bridging constructions ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 24). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Guérin, Valérie (ed.). 2018. Bridging constructions ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 24). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Marušič, Franc, Petra Mišmaš & Rok Žaucer (eds.). 2019. Advances in formal Slavic linguistics 2017 ( Open Slavic Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Pérez Vidal, Carmen, Sonia López-Serrano, Jennifer Ament, Dakota J. Thomas-Wilhelm & Jennifer Ament (eds.). 2017. Learning context effects: Study abroad, formal instruction and international immersion classrooms ( EuroSLA Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Müller, Stefan. 2018. Superseded: Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Superseded: Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Syntactic architecture and its consequences I: Syntax inside the grammar ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bárány, András, Theresa Biberauer, Jamie Douglas & Sten Vikner (eds.). 2020. Forthcoming: Syntactic architecture and its consequences III: Inside syntax ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bickerton, Derek. 2016. Roots of language ( Classics in Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Payne, Doris L., Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kieviet, Paulus. 2016. A grammar of Rapa Nui ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 12). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Stella Neumann & Oliver Čulo (eds.). 2017. Annotation, exploitation and evaluation of parallel corpora: TC3 I ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Tra&Co Group, ᠎ (ed.). 2020. Translation, interpreting, cognition: The way out of the box ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 15). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Pérez Vidal, Carmen, Sonia López-Serrano, Jennifer Ament, Dakota J. Thomas-Wilhelm & Jennifer Ament (eds.). 2017. Learning context effects: Study abroad, formal instruction and international immersion classrooms ( EuroSLA Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Aussant, Émilie & Jean-Michel Fortis (eds.). 2020. Historical journey in a linguistic archipelago: Descriptive concepts and case studies ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Rudin, Catherine & Bryan James Gordon (eds.). 2016. Advances in the study of Siouan languages and linguistics ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Payne, Doris L., Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Superseded: Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Moran, Steven & Michael Cysouw. 2018. The Unicode cookbook for linguists: Managing writing systems using orthography profiles ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 10). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Fantinuoli, Claudio & Federico Zanettin (eds.). 2016. New directions in corpus-based translation studies ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Steels, Luc L.. 2016. The Talking Heads experiment: Origins of words and meanings ( Computational Models of Language Evolution 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Parikh, Prashant. 2019. Communication and content ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Clem, Emily, Peter Jenks & Hannah Sande (eds.). 2018. Theory and description in African Linguistics: Selected papers from the 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Zinova, Yulia. 2021. Forthcoming: Russian verbal prefixation: A frame semantic analysis ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Seržant, Ilja A. & Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (eds.). 2018. Diachrony of differential argument marking ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 19). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Riesberg, Sonja, Asako Shiohara & Atsuko Utsumi (eds.). 2018. Perspectives on information structure in Austronesian languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 21). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Pérez Vidal, Carmen, Sonia López-Serrano, Jennifer Ament, Dakota J. Thomas-Wilhelm & Jennifer Ament (eds.). 2017. Learning context effects: Study abroad, formal instruction and international immersion classrooms ( EuroSLA Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Pérez Vidal, Carmen, Sonia López-Serrano, Jennifer Ament, Dakota J. Thomas-Wilhelm & Jennifer Ament (eds.). 2017. Learning context effects: Study abroad, formal instruction and international immersion classrooms ( EuroSLA Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. , . 2017. Absolute Komplexität in der Nominalflexion: Althochdeutsch, Mittelhochdeutsch, Alemannisch und deutsche Standardsprache ( Morphological Investigations 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Shimelman, Aviva. 2016. A grammar of Yauyos Quechua ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 9). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Aussant, Émilie & Jean-Michel Fortis (eds.). 2020. Historical journey in a linguistic archipelago: Descriptive concepts and case studies ( History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Côté, Marie-Hélène, Remco Knooihuizen & John Nerbonne (eds.). 2016. The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV ( Language Variation 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Kroeger, Paul. 2019. Superseded: Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Paggio, Patrizia & Albert Gatt (eds.). 2017. The languages of Malta ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 17). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Stefanowitsch, Anatol. 2020. Corpus linguistics: A guide to the methodology ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Guzmán Naranjo, Matías. 2018. Analogical classification in formal grammar ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Sailer, Manfred & Stella Markantonatou (eds.). 2017. Multiword expressions: Insights from a multi-lingual perspective ( Phraseology and Multiword Expressions 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Guzmán Naranjo, Matías. 2018. Analogical classification in formal grammar ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Di Garbo, Francesca, Bruno Olsson & Bernhard Wälchli (eds.). 2019. Grammatical gender and linguistic complexity I: General issues and specific studies ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 26). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Schäfer, Martin. 2017. The semantic transparency of English compound nouns ( Morphological Investigations 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Pinto, Jorge & Nélia Alexandre (eds.). 2021. Multilingualism and third language acquisition: Learning and teaching trends ( Contact and Multilingualism tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Payne, Doris L., Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.). 2017. Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics ( Contemporary African Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Pérez Vidal, Carmen, Sonia López-Serrano, Jennifer Ament, Dakota J. Thomas-Wilhelm & Jennifer Ament (eds.). 2017. Learning context effects: Study abroad, formal instruction and international immersion classrooms ( EuroSLA Studies 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Schackow, Diana. 2016. A grammar of Yakkha ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Rehm, Georg, Daniel Stein, Felix Sasaki & Andreas Witt (eds.). 2016. Language technologies for a multilingual Europe ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 5). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Stenzel, Kristine & Bruna Franchetto (eds.). 2017. On this and other worlds: Voices from Amazonia ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 17). Berlin: Language Science Press.
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  1. Müller, Stefan. 2018. Superseded: Grammatical theory: From transformational grammar to constraint-based approaches ( Textbooks in Language Sciences 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Handschuh, Corinna. 2016. A typology of marked-S languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Müller, Stefan. 2018. A lexicalist account of argument structure: Template-based phrasal LFG approaches and a lexical HPSG alternative ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  4. Guzmán Naranjo, Matías. 2018. Analogical classification in formal grammar ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
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  2. Nakagawa, Natsuko. 2017. Information structure in spoken Japanese: Particles, word order, and intonation ( Topics at the Grammar-Discourse Interface 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Klamer, Marian (ed.). 2017. Superseded: The Alor-Pantar languages: History and typology ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 3). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  2. Lichte, Timm. 2016. Syntax und Valenz: Zur Modellierung kohärenter und elliptischer Strukturen mit Baumadjunktionsgrammatiken ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.

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  1. Guérin, Valérie (ed.). 2018. Bridging constructions ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 24). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bisiada, Mario (ed.). 2020. Empirical studies in translation and discourse ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bonami, Olivier, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo & Fiammetta Namer (eds.). 2018. The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Brindle, Jonathan. 2017. A dictionary and grammatical outline of Chakali ( African Language Grammars and Dictionaries 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Bross, Fabian. 2019. The clausal syntax of German Sign Language: A cartographic approach ( Open Generative Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Berghäll, Liisa. 2016. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Cangemi, Francesco. 2016. Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Drager, Katie K.. 2016. Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition ( Studies in Laboratory Phonology 2). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Enfield, N.J.. 2016. Natural causes of language: Frames, biases, and cultural transmission ( Conceptual Foundations of Language Science 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Berghäll, Liisa. 2016. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Yakpo, Kofi. 2018. A grammar of Pichi ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 23). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Guzmán Naranjo, Matías. 2018. Analogical classification in formal grammar ( Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax tba). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Handschuh, Corinna. 2016. A typology of marked-S languages ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 1). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Hansen-Schirra, Silvia, Oliver Czulo & Sascha Hofmann (eds.). 2017. Empirical modelling of translation and interpreting ( Translation and Multilingual Natural Language Processing 7). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Yakpo, Kofi. 2018. A grammar of Pichi ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 23). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Berghäll, Liisa. 2016. A grammar of Mauwake ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 4). Berlin: Language Science Press.
  1. Liljegren, Henrik. 2016. A grammar of Palula ( Studies in Diversity Linguistics 8). Berlin: Language Science Press.
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