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Non-Canonically Case-Marked Subjects

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Non-Canonically Case-Marked Subjects: The Reykjavik-Eyjafjallajoekull papers
シリーズ名 Studies in Language Companion Series, 200
著者・編者 Barethddal, J. et al.
出版社/発行元 John Benjamins Publishing Company
発行年/月 2018年11月   
装丁 Hardcover
ページ数/巻数 280ページ
ISBN 978-90-272-0147-8
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Interest in non-canonically case-marked subjects has been unceasing since the groundbreaking work of Andrews and Masica in the late 70’s who were the first to document the existence of syntactic subjects in another morphological case than the nominative. Their research was focused on Icelandic and South-Asian languages, respectively, and since then, oblique subjects have been reported for language after language throughout the world. This newfangled recognition of the concept of oblique subjects at the time was followed by discussions of the role and validity of subject tests, discussions of the verbal semantics involved, as well as discussions of the theoretical implications of this case marking strategy of syntactic subjects. This volume contributes to all these debates, making available research articles on different languages and language families, additionally highlighting issues like language contact, differential subject marking and the origin of oblique subjects.

 

 

Contents:

 

Chapter 1. Introduction: The Reykjavik-Eyjafjallajokull papers

Part I. Areal/geneological investigations
Chapter 2. Non-nominative and depersonalized subjects in the Balkans: Areality vs. genealogy
Chapter 3. Affective constructions in Tsezic languages

Part II. Synchronic investigations
Chapter 4. A macrorole approach to dative subjects
Chapter 5. Dative case and oblique subjects

Part III. Diachronic investigations
Chapter 6. Word order as a subject test in Old Icelandic
Chapter 7. The diachrony of non-canonical subjects in Northwest Semitic
Chapter 8. Case marking of predicative possession in Vedic: The genitive, the dative, the locative
Chapter 9. Accusative sickness?: A brief epidemic in the history of German
Chapter 10. Forty years in the search of a/the subject
Chapter 11. What is a subject: The nature and validity of subject tests

 

  

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