This volume grew out of a workshop on Balkan morpho-syntax organized by the editors (Krapova, Joseph) as part of 2013 annual meeting of Societas Linguistica Europaea, held in Split, Croatia. The volume reassesses what is now known about balancing the effects of linguistic universals and language-particular elements of structure in various languages of the Balkans, especially in the wake of intense language contact in the region over centuries that has led to many convergent features in Balkan syntax, and in related matters of grammar, in particular with regard to morpho-syntax and the syntax-semantics interface. Such investigations shed light on the causes of Balkan convergence in these domains.

Introduction - Morpho-Syntactic Convergencies and Current Linguistic Theory

Iliana Krapova
Membro del Collaboration Group
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2018

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This volume grew out of a workshop on Balkan morpho-syntax organized by the editors (Krapova, Joseph) as part of 2013 annual meeting of Societas Linguistica Europaea, held in Split, Croatia. The volume reassesses what is now known about balancing the effects of linguistic universals and language-particular elements of structure in various languages of the Balkans, especially in the wake of intense language contact in the region over centuries that has led to many convergent features in Balkan syntax, and in related matters of grammar, in particular with regard to morpho-syntax and the syntax-semantics interface. Such investigations shed light on the causes of Balkan convergence in these domains.
Balkan Syntax and (Universal) Principles of Grammar
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