Viewing Romance through a variationist lens


  • Shana Poplack University of Ottawa




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Poplack, Shana, Rena Torres Cacoullos, Nathalie Dion, Rosane Berlinck, Salvatore Digesto, Dora LaCasse, & Jonathan Steuck. 2018. Variation and grammaticalization in Romance: A cross-linguistic study of the subjunctive. In Wendy Ayres-Bennett & Janet Carruthers (eds.), Manuals in Linguistics: Romance Sociolinguistics, 217-252. Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter.

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