Theoretical Developments in Hispanic Linguistics
Edited by Javier Gutiérrez-Rexach
This book series aims to be an outlet for monographs or edited volumes addressing current problems and debates within Hispanic linguistics. The series will be open to a wide variety of areas and approaches, as long as they are grounded in theoretical goals and methodologies. Contributions from the disciplines of syntax, semantics, pragmatics, morphology, phonology, phonetics, etc. are welcome, as well as those analyzing interface issues or the historical development, acquisition, processing, and computation of grammatical properties. Research topics of interest are those dealing with Spanish or other Hispanic languages, in any of their dialects and varieties.
This series is now closed, and the Press does not accept further submissions for it.
Published Titles in Theoretical Developments in Hispanic Linguistics
|Contemporary Advances in Theoretical and Applied Spanish Linguistic Variation
|Advances in the Analysis of Spanish Exclamatives
|The Afro-Bolivian Spanish Determiner Phrase: A Microparametric Account
|Interfaces and Domains of Quantification