LINGUIST List 11.944

Tue Apr 25 2000

Books: Available For Review

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  1. Andrew Carnie, books available for review

Message 1: books available for review

Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 15:25:40 -0400 (EDT)
From: Andrew Carnie <>
Subject: books available for review

The following books are available for review. Please 
contact the Linguist List Review Editor: Andrew Carnie at

if you are interested in reviewing one of the following 

***When asking to review a book please include the 
following in your message:
 -the title of the book you wish to review
 -your full name and highest degree received
 -your affiliation
 -a short description of your research interests
 -a snail mail address for us to send the book to 
 (this is VERY important)

Do *not* include an electronic CV, nor a URL for your 
personal web page. These *will* be ignored. 

Reviews must be completed within 4 weeks of receipt of the 
book or the book must be returned.


Archibald, John (ed)(2000) Second Language Acquisition and 
Linguistic Theory. Blackwell: Malden.

Bloom, Paul, Mary Peterson, Lynn Nadel and Merrill Garrett 
(1999) Language and Space. MIT Press: Cambridge MA.

Bloom, Paul (2000) How Children Learn the Meanings of Words
MIT Press: Cambridge.

de Boysson-Bardies, Benedicte (1999) How Language comes to
Children. MIT Press: Cambridge.

Brinton, Laurel and Minoji Akimoto (eds) (1999) 
Collocational and Idiomatic Aspects of Composite Predicates 
in the History of English. John Benjamins: Philadelphia.

Chamberlain, Charlene, Jill P. Morford, and Rachel I. 
Mayberry (1999) Language Acquisition by Eye. Lawrence 
Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, NJ

Chierchia, Gennaro and Sally McConnell-Ginet (2000) Meaning
and Grammar: An Introduction to Semantics (2nd Edition) MIT 
Press: Cambridge.

Chouliaraki and Fairclough (1999) Discourse in Late Modernity.
Rethinking Critical Discourse Analysis. Edinburgh University
Press: Edinburgh.

Dziwirek, Katarzyna, Herbert Coats, Cynthia M. Vakareliyska 
(eds) (1999) [Formal] Approaches to [Slavic] Linguistics: 
The Seattle Meeting 1998. Michigan Slavic Publications: Ann 

Ekbatani, Glayol and Herbert Pierson (2000)Learner Directed
Assessment in ESL. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, NJ

Epstein, Sam and Norbert Hornstein (1999) Working Minimalism.
MIT press: Cambridge.

Fox, Danny (2000) Economy and Semantic Interpretation. MITWPL
and MIT Press: Cambridge MA.

Gass, Susan and Alison Mackey (2000) Stimulated Recall 
methodology in Second Language Research. Lawrence 
Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, NJ

Jaszczolt, K.M. (1999) Discourse, Beliefs and Intentions:
Semantic Defaults and Propositional Attitude Ascription. 
CRS/PI # 2. Elsevier Science.

Kager, Ren�, Harry Van der Hulst and Wim Zonneveld (1999) 
The Prosody- Morphology Interface. Cambridge University 
Press: Cambridge

Kornai, Andr�s (1999) Extended Finite State Models of 
Language. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

LaFont, Cristina (1999) The Lingusitic Turn in Hermeneutic
Philosophy (translated by Jose Medina). MIT Press: Cambridge.

Lasnik, Howard with Marcela Depiante and Arthur Stepanov.
(2000) Syntactic Structures Revisited: Contemporary Lectures
on Classic transformational Theory. MIT Press: Cambridge.

Ludlow, Peter, (1999) Semantics, Tense and Time: An Essay
in the Metaphysics of Natural Language. MIT Press: Cambridge.

Maho, Jouni (1999) A Comparative Study of Bantu Noun Classes.
Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis. 

Markee, Numa (2000) Conversation Analysis. Lawrence 
Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, NJ

Menn, Lise and Nan Bernstein Ratner (2000) Methods for
Studying Language Production. Lawrence 
Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, NJ

Messing, Lynn and Ruth Campbell (1999) Gesture, Speech and
Sign. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Neidle, Carol, Judy Kegl, Dawn MacLaughlin, Benjamin Bahan,
and Robert G. Lee. (2000) The Syntax of American Sign Language.
MIT Press. Cambridge.

Oller, D. Kimbrough (2000) The emergence of the Speech capacity.
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, NJ

Skutnall-Kansas, Tove (2000) Linguistic Genocide in Education
or Worldwide Diversity and Human Rights? Lawrence 
Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, NJ

Steedman, Mark (2000) The Syntactic Process. MIT Press: 

Sutton-Spence, Rachel and Bencie Woll (1999) The 
Linguistics of British Sign Language: An Introduction. 
Cambridge University Press: Cambridge

Weisler, Steven and Slavko Milekic (1999) Theory of Language.
(Introductory textbook). MIT Press: Cambridge. Book & CD-ROM.
NOTE: Reviewer for this book *must* use a MacIntosh Computer.

Mon-Khmer Studies Volume 29. SIL: Dallas.
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