Catalan Journal of Linguistics

The main purpose of the Catalan Journal of Linguistics (CatJL) is to publish research papers concerned with the structure of particular languages from the wider perspective of a general theory of the human language.
Grown out of its predecessor, the Catalan Working Papers in Linguistics (CatWPL), this yearly publication is made possible thanks to the cooperation of the Centre de Lingüística Teòrica of the UAB with the Institut Interuniversitari de Filologia Valenciana.
This journal publishes monographic volumes (under commision) that feature research papers devoted to the formal study of languages.

Vol 16 (2017): Generative approaches to Latin syntax

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Table of Contents

Presentation

Jaume Mateu, Renato Oniga
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5-17

Articles

Víctor Acedo-Matellán
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19-49
Chiara Gianollo
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51-77
Andrew M. Devine, Laurence D. Stephens
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79-100
Bernard Bortolussi
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101-123
Lieven Danckaert
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125-161
Adam Ledgeway
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163-216

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