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Journal of Portuguese Linguistics
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  • Review of The Morphosyntax of Portuguese and Spanish in Latin America, by Mary A. Kato and Francisco Ordóñez (Eds.). New York: Oxford University Press

    This volume, part of the series Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax, contains fourteen chapters, in addition to a foreword by the editors. It is devoted to the formal analysis of different aspects of American varieties of Portuguese and Spanish, while presenting their innovations with respect to their European counterparts. The papers collected have been presented at a meeting of the Romania Nova project and represent a wide range of topics in syntax, including null subjects and objects, com...

    Foreword

    In spite of the variety of topics addressed in this issue of the Journal of Portuguese Linguistics, the four articles share a combination of concerns in linguistic work that I attach great importance to, and, as a consequence, strongly recommended as editor. One of them is the fondness for systematicness in the identification and characterization of the subjects under study, and more specifically of the constructions they involve. This attitude is, of course, not always viable, unproblematic,...

    Foreword

    In the year 2000, a triennial project entitled Português Europeu e Português Brasileiro: Unidade e Diversidade na Passagem do Milénio (European and Brazilian Portuguese: Unity and Diversity at the Turn of the Millennium) was launched, which involved numerous researchers from both Portuguese and Brazilian universities. The main goal of the project was the investigation of the most salient dissimilarities between the two varieties of Portuguese under study (EP and BP, for short), in the semanti...

    Introduction

    This volume contains a selection of papers presented during a one-day workshop held at the University of Amsterdam on June 4th, 2009. The event was entitled “Continuity, contagion and contiguity: Accounting for commonalities among the Asian-Portuguese varieties”, and it invited contributors to reflect on the similarities between the various Portuguese-based creoles of Asia and on how to account for them.

    Introduction

    This volume brings together the selected papers on Iberian languages and related Creoles presented at the 18th Colloquium on Generative Grammar, held at University of Lisbon, 17-19 April 2008, wich included Jairo Nunes and Jean-Yves Pollock as invited speakers. Besides the editors of this volume, the organizing committee of the colloquium consisted of Manuela Ambar and Maria Armanda Costa, booth of the University of Lisbon.
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