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12年ぶりに全面改訂増補された、21世紀の理論言語学必携レファレンス

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書誌情報

The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Syntax, 2nd Edition (The Wiley Blackwell Companions to Linguistics)

Editors: Martin Everaert, Utrecht University & Henk C. Van Riemsdijk, Tilburg University

2017:12  8 vols. 5,264 p.  set ISBN 978-1-118-35872-6

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概要

チョムスキーに始まる「生成文法」を中心に、20世紀後半以降の理論言語学の発展をリードしてきた「統語論」分野のもっとも包括的なレファレンス、12年ぶりの全面改訂増補版です。

*初版 The Blackwell Companion to Syntax (2005) (ISBN 9781405114851)

21世紀の科学に残された最後のフロンティアともいうべき人間の心/脳/言語の謎を解くためにも、生成文法の新たな企てとして発展中の学際分野「生物言語学」の基盤となる統語論の知見は重要であり、本書を理論言語学・認知科学全般における新たな必携レファレンスとして、おすすめいたします。

特長

  • 過去半世紀以上にわたる統語論研究の発展と最前線を包括的に示す理論言語学必携リサーチマップ
  • 日本を含む世界のトップ研究者たちが執筆した各章は、当該主題の研究史と最前線への最高の案内
  • 初版の全5巻→全8巻、74章→123章へ、大幅に増補された、この分野で最新最大のレファレンス
  • 初版から10年以上にわたる研究の蓄積を踏まえて、既存の章も最新の内容にアップデートを期した

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寄稿者・収録項目明細

Peter Ackema
University of Edinburgh, USA; University of Edinburgh, UK
Auxiliary Selection
Middles

Artemis Alexiadou
Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany; ZAS, Berlin, Germany
Left Dislocation

Manuela Ambar
University of Lisbon, Portugal
Inflected Infinitives in Romance

Elena Anagnostopoulou
University of Crete, Greece
Clitic Doubling
The Person Case Constraint

Mona Anderson
University of Connecticut, USA
Affectedness

Aroldo de Andrade
University of Campinas, Brazil
Clitic Climbing

Avery D. Andrews
Australian National University, Australia
Case: Oblique, Inherent, Semantic, Quirky

Alan Bale
Concordia University, Canada
Inverse Linking

Mark Baltin
New York University, USA
Extraposition

Sjef Barbiers
Leiden University, the Netherlands
Modal Auxiliaries

Josef Bayer
University of Konstanz, Germany
Wh-in-situ

John Beavers
The University of Texas at Austin, USA
The Spray/Load Alternation

Adriana Belletti
University of Siena, Italy
(Past) Participle Agreement

Elabbas Benmamoun
University of Illinois, USA
VSO Word Order, Primarily in Arabic Languages

Rajesh Bhatt
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA
Conditionals
Implicit Arguments
Long-Distance Agreement

Valentina Bianchi
University of Siena, Italy
Complementizer Deletion

Heather Bliss
University of Victoria, Canada
Radical Non-Configurationality

Željko Bošković
University of Connecticut, USA
Extraction from Complex NPs and Detachment

Giuliano Bocci
University of Geneva, Switzerland
Left Periphery of the Clause: Primarily Illustrated for Italian

Cedric Boeckx
Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
Long NP-Movement

Reineke Bok-Bennema
Groningen University, the Netherlands
Clitic Climbing

Benjamin Bruening
University of Delaware, USA
Subject–Auxiliary Inversion

José Camacho
Rutgers University, USA
Switch Reference and Obviation

Anna Cardinaletti
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy
Quantified Expressions and Quantitative Clitics

Vicki Carstens
Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
Noun-to-Determiner Movement

Isabelle Charnavel
Harvard University, USA
Long-Distance Anaphora: Syntax and Discourse

Lisa Lai-Shen Cheng
University of Leiden, the Netherlands
Wh-in-situ

Gema Chocano
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Quantifier-Float

Sandra Chung
University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
VOS Languages: Some of Their Properties

Barbara Citko
University of Washington, USA
Double Object Constructions
Right Node Raising

Lauren Eby Clemens
University at Albany, State University of New York, USA
Verb-Initial Word Orders, Primarily in Austronesian and Mayan Languages

Peter Cole
University of Delaware, USA
Long-Distance Anaphora: Syntax and Discourse

Alexandra Cornilescu
University of Bucharest, Romania
The Syntax of the Sequence of Tenses

Norbert Corver
Utrecht University, the Netherlands
Comparative Deletion and Comparative Subdeletion
Freezing Effects
Subextraction

Jeroen van Craenenbroeck
KU Leuven, Belgium
VP-Ellipsis

Aniko Csirmaz
Measure Phrases and Semi-Lexical Nouns

Rose-Marie Déchaine
University of British Columbia, Canada
Bound Variable Anaphora

Veneeta Dayal
Rutgers University, USA
Multiple Wh-Questions

Amy Rose Deal
University of California, Berkeley, USA
External Possession and Possessor Raising

Denis Delfitto
University of Verona, Italy
Adverb Classes and Adverb Placement
Bare Nouns

Michael Diercks
Pomona College, USA
Locative Inversion

Marcel den Dikken
Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary; Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Overtly Marked Wh-Paths
Pseudoclefts and Other Specificational Copular Sentences

Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin
LLF/CNRS, Université Paris 7, France
Reflexive Marking in Romance: Voice and Feature Deficiency

Annemarie van Dooren
University of Maryland, USA
Modal Auxiliaries

Joseph Emonds
Palacký University, Czech Republic
Double Object Constructions

Joseph Embley Emonds
Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
Adjectival and Analytic Passives

Nomi Erteschik-Shir
Ben-Gurion University, Israel
Bridge Phenomena

Gisbert Fanselow
University of Potsdam, Germany
Partial Wh-Movement

Gaetano Fiorin
Utrecht University, the Netherlands
Adverb Classes and Adverb Placement
Bare Nouns

Mara Frascarelli
University of Roma Tre, Italy
Complementizer Deletion

Kenshi Funakoshi 船越健志
Dokkyo University, Japan 獨協大学
Condition C Violations and Strong Crossover

Anastasia Giannakidou
University of Chicago, USA
The Landscape of Negative Dependencies: Negative Concord and N-Words

Alessandra Giorgi
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy
Temporal Reference

Giuliana Giusti
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy
Quantified Expressions and Quantitative Clitics

Grant Goodall
University of California, San Diego, USA
Contraction

Martina Gračanin-Yuksek
Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Conjoined Wh-Questions

Alexander Grosu
Tel Aviv University, Israel
Amount Relatives

Jacqueline Guéron
Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3, France
Inalienable Possession, Primarily in French

Maria Teresa Guasti
University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Analytical Causatives

Youssef A. Haddad
University of Florida, USA
Control Phenomena

Paul Hagstrom
Boston University, USA
A-not-A Questions

Martin Haiden
Université de Nantes, France; CNRS, France
Verb Particle Constructions

Hubert Haider
University of Salzburg, Austria
Mittelfeld Phenomena: Scrambling in Germanic

Nobuko Hasegawa 長谷川信子
Kanda University of International Studies, Japan 神田外語大学
Honorifics

Gabriella Hermon
University of Delaware, USA
Long-Distance Anaphora: Syntax and Discourse

Caroline Heycock
University of Edinburgh, UK
Embedded Root Phenomena

Glyn Hicks
University of Southampton, UK
Tough-Movement

Ken Hiraiwa 平岩健
Meiji Gakuin University, Japan 明治学院大学
Internally Headed Relative Clauses

Patricia Cabredo Hofherr
CNRS – UMR 7023 Structures formelles du langage, France
Impersonal Passives

Anders Holmberg
Newcastle University, UK
Stylistic Fronting

Hanneke Van Hoof
Independent scholar, the Netherlands
Split Topicalization

Julia Horvath
Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Pied-Piping

 

Kazuko Inoue  井上和子
Kanda University of International Studies, Japan 神田外語大学
Case, Primarily in Japanese

C.-T. James Huang
Harvard University, USA
Long-Distance Anaphora: Syntax and Discourse

Ángel L. Jiménez-Fernández
Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Inflected Infinitives in Romance

Alana Johns
University of Toronto, Canada
Noun Incorporation

Kyle Johnson
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA
Gapping

Stefan Keine
University of Southern California, USA
Long-Distance Agreement

Katalin É. Kiss
Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Quantifier Scope Ambiguities

Masatoshi Koizumi 小泉政利
Tohoku University, Japan 東北大学
Case, Primarily in Japanese

Hans van de Koot
UCL Linguistics, UK
Syntactic Haplology

Marjo van Koppen
Utrecht University, the Netherlands
Complementizer Agreement

Fred Landman
Tel Aviv University, Israel
Amount Relatives

Howard Lasnik
University of Maryland, USA
Condition C Violations and Strong Crossover
Long NP-Movement

Paul Law
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Preposition Stranding

Winfried Lechner
University of Athens, Greece
Comparative Deletion and Comparative Subdeletion

Marika Lekakou
University of Ioannina, Greece
Article Doubling

Yen-Hui Audrey Li
University of Southern California, USA
Chinese Ba

Anne Lobeck
Western Washington University, USA
Ellipsis in Noun Phrases

Terje Lohndal
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Strong vs. Weak Islands

Robert May
University of California, Davis, USA
Inverse Linking

Clemens Mayr
ZAS, Germany
Asymmetric Coordination

James McCloskey
University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
Resumption

Martha McGinnis-Archibald
University of Victoria, Canada
Applicatives

Gary Milsark
Temple University, USA
Gerundive Nominalizations

Tara Mohanan
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Grammatical and Light Verbs

Andrea Moro
Institute for Advanced Studies of Pavia, Center for Neurocognition, Epistemology and Theoretical Syntax, Italy
Copular Sentences
Existential Sentences and Expletive There

Keir Moulton
Simon Fraser University, Canada
The Accusative Plus Infinitive Construction in English

Pieter Muysken
Centre for Language Studies, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands
Serial Verb Constructions

Ad Neeleman
UCL Linguistics, UK
Syntactic Haplology

Jürgen Pafel
University of Stuttgart, Germany
Quantifier Scope Ambiguities

Roumyana Pancheva
University of Southern California, USA
Conditionals
Implicit Arguments

Waltraud Paul
Centre de recherches linguistiques sur l’Asie orientale, CNRS, Paris, France
Topic Prominence

Diego Pescarini
University of Zurich, Switzerland
Clitic Clusters

David Pesetsky
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Complementizer-Trace Effects

Fabio Pianesi
Bruno Kessler Foundation, Trento, Italy
Temporal Reference

Acrisio Pires
University of Michigan, USA
Gerundive Nominalizations

Cecilia Poletto
Goethe Universität, Germany
Subject Clitics and (Complex) Inversion

Maria Polinsky
University of Maryland, USA
Syntactic Ergativity
Verb-Initial Word Orders, Primarily in Austronesian and Mayan Languages

Jean-Yves Pollock
Université Paris Est, France
Subject Clitics and (Complex) Inversion

Eric Potsdam
University of Florida, USA
Control Phenomena

Genoveva Puskás
University of Geneva, Switzerland
Discontinous Quantifiers, Primarily in French

Josep Quer
Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats (ICREA) and Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
Subjunctives

Eric Reuland
Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS, the Netherlands
Logophoric Anaphora in Icelandic
Logophoricity
Long-Distance Binding in Germanic Languages

Henk C. van Riemsdijk
Tilburg University, The Netherlands/Independent scholar, Arezzo, Italy
Free Relatives

Luigi Rizzi
University of Siena, Italy
Left Periphery of the Clause: Primarily Illustrated for Italian

Susan Rothstein
Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Secondary Predication

Alain Rouveret
Paris Diderot University, France
VSO Word Order in the Celtic Languages

Bożena Rozwadowska
University of Wrocław, Poland
Derived Nominals
Psychological Verbs and Psychological Adjectives

Jeffrey T. Runner
University of Rochester, USA
The Accusative Plus Infinitive Construction in English

E. G. Ruys
Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS, the Netherlands
Unexpected Wide-Scope Phenomena

Ken Safir
Rutgers University, USA
Weak Crossover

Martin Salzmann
University of Leipzig, Germany
Prolepsis

Viola Schmitt
University of Vienna, Austria
Asymmetric Coordination

Maaike Schoorlemmer
Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
Middles

Eva Schultze-Berndt
University of Manchester, UK
Depictive Secondary Predicates in Typological Perspective

Petra Sleeman
University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Ellipsis in Noun Phrases

Antonella Sorace
University of Edinburgh, UK
Auxiliary Selection

Benjamin Spector
Institut Jean Nicod (CNRS-EHESS-ENS), France; Département d’études cognitives, ENS – PSL Research University, France
Unexpected Wide-Scope Phenomena

Dominique Sportiche
University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Reconstruction, Binding, and Scope

Melita Stavrou
University of Utah, USA
Measure Phrases and Semi-Lexical Nouns

Anna Szabolcsi
New York University, USA
Strong vs. Weak Islands

Kriszta Szendrői
University College London, UK
Focus Movement

Mihaela Tănase-Dogaru
University of Bucharest, Romania
Partitive Constructions

Koichi Tateishi 立石浩一
Kobe College, Japan 神戸女学院大学
Double Nominatives in Japanese

Arhonto Terzi
Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece, Patras, Greece
Complex Spatial Expressions

Craig Thiersch
Utrecht University, the Netherlands; University of Potsdam, Germany
Remnant Movement

Esther Torrego
Ikerbasque, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Quantifier-Float

Daniel Valois
Université de Montréal, Canada
Adjective Order within Noun Phrases

Tonjes Veenstra
Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin, Germany
Serial Verb Constructions

Jean-Roger Vergnaud
University of Southern California, USA
Phrasal Stress and Syntax

Sten Vikner
Aarhus University, Denmark
Object Shift in Scandinavian

Mark de Vries
University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Across-the-Board Phenomena

John Whitman
Cornell University, USA
Topic Prominence

Rosemarie Whitney
Independent scholar, USA
Double Object Constructions

Martina Wiltschko
University of British Columbia, Canada
Bound Variable Anaphora

Susi Wurmbrand
University of Connecticut, USA
Verb Clusters, Verb Raising, and Restructuring

Liejiong Xu
University of Toronto, Canada
Topicalization in Asian Languages

Hedde Zeijlstra
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany
The Landscape of Negative Dependencies: Negative Concord and N-Words

María Luisa Zubizarreta
University of Southern California, USA
Phrasal Stress and Syntax

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