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6 p, 126.2 KB "Isogloss" : a new journal for linguistic variation in Romance and Iberian languages / Acedo-Matellán, Víctor (University of Cambridge. Queens' College) ; Etxepare, Ricardo (Centre de Recherche sur la Langue et les Textes Basques (IKER)) ; Gallego, Ángel J. (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) ; Ordóñez, Francisco (Stonybrook University) ; Roca Urgell, Francesc (Universitat de Girona)
These pages introduce Isogloss, a journal devoted to the study of the variation of Romance and Iberian languages.
2015 - 10.5565/rev/isogloss.12
Isogloss : a journal on variation of Romance and Iberian languages, Vol. 1 Núm. 1 (2015) , p. i-vi (Editorial)  
6 p, 158.1 KB Microvariation in the Languages of the Iberian Peninsula / Ordóñez, Francisco (Stonybrook University. Department of Linguistics) ; Roca Urgell, Francesc (Universitat de Girona. Departament de Filologia i Comunicació)
2013 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.91
Catalan journal of linguistics, Vol. 12 (2013) , p. 7-11  
15 p, 410.6 KB City University of New York. Department of Linguistics / Ordóñez, Francisco
This paper gives reasons to recover the notion of "last resort" found in Chomsky (1991) by examining two uses of the antipassive suffix -ni in Jacaltec, an ergative Mayan language. This suffix is inserted as a last resort where UG makes the assignment of case to the object (transitive aspectless embedded clauses) and the extraction of the subject with ergative agreement (aspectual main clauses) otherwise impossible. [...]
Aquest treball proposa de recuperar la noció d'"últim recurs" que trobem a Chomsky (1991) tot inspirant-se en dos usos del sufix antipassiu -ni del jacaltec, una llengua ergativa de la família maia. [...]

Catalan Working Papers in Linguistics, V. 4 n. 2 (1995) p. 329-343  
24 p, 91.9 KB Some Clitic Combinations in the Syntax of Romance / Ordóñez, Francisco (SUNY at Stony Brook. Department of Linguistics)
The purpose of this paper is to account for certain gaps in the syntactic distribution of certain combinations of clitics in varieties of Aragonese, Catalan, Occitan and Spanish. A view in which ordering of clitics is only determined by templates is insufficient since templates enter into play after the syntactic component, either in the morphology or in some other post-syntactic component. [...]
L'objectiu d'aquest article és donar compte de certs buits en la distribució sintàctica de les combinacions de clítics en varietats de l'aragonès, el català, l'occità i el castellà. La perspectiva segons 'ordre dels clítics ve determinat per patrons és insuficient perquè els patrons entren en joc després del component sintàctic, ja sigui a la morfologia, ja sigui en algun altre component postsintàctic. [...]

2002 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.59
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 1 (2002) , p. 201-224  

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