1 1 Curriculum Vitae, October 16, 2014 MARIO SALTARELLI, Ph. D. Professor Department of Spanish and Portuguese Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences 156R Taper Hall of Humanities University of Southern California Los Ángeles, California Tel Fax Nel 1966 compie i requisiti per il titolo accademico di Ph.D in Linguistica Generale presso la Graduate School della University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois (vedi 1). Inizia l iter universitario con la carica accademica di professore assistente di linguistica generale presso la Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. Per conto di Cornell e sotto l egida della Fondazione Ford dirige il Programma di Linguistica presso l Università degli Studi (Magistero) di Roma nel biennio Nel 1967 è promotore-fondatore (con Tullio De Mauro) e primo segretario della Società di Linguistica Italiana (v. 2.2). (Alla presidenza della SLI seguono Luigi Heilmann (Bologna), Gianfranco Folena (Padova), e Paolo Ramat (Pavia)). Nel 1970 accetta la cattedra presso la University of Illinois (v. 2). Sarà invitato alla docenza presso la University of Colorado, Boulder (1980) e nel 1984 accetterà la cattedra alla University of Southern California di Los Angeles, dove conduce tuttora l attività accademica e professionale con il titolo e rango accademico di (Full) Professor, nella ricerca e docenza di linguistica romanza e basca, spangnolo, italiano e suoi dialetti con concentrazione sullo sviluppo della teoria delle interfacce. Di attuale attenzione è la sintassi nel contesto (imperativi 2014) e la deissi ( ). Alla USC coprirà la carica amministrativa di Direttore (Chair) del Dipartimento di Spagnolo e Portoguese ( ) e, più tardi, del Dipartimento di francese ed Italiano ( ) (v. 2.2). L attività di ricerca e docenza si svolge su un ampia dimensione teorica ed empirica (v. 3, 5.1): dai temi di linguistica generale (La grammatica generativa. Firenze: Sansoni) e la fonologia dell italiano (A Phonology of Italian. The Hague: Mouton) alla lingua basca (Basque. Kent: Croom Helm). La ricerca in corso segue due direttive. Una riguarda l interpretazione generica delle espressioni di massa o materia nelle lingue del mondo ( a,b). L altra è uno studio a piu ampio respiro sull interfaccia (contesto(sintassi)) dell atto linguistico imperativo (2014, v ) e della deissi (2011, 2013, 2014) in corso) Fra gli articoli di ricerca teorica e applicata (v. 5.2) va notato un insieme su temi delle lingue a contatto e del prestito linguistico (v. 1977, 1979, 1980, 1983ab, 1986ab, 1995, 1998ab, 1999, 2000ab, 2005). La recente perizia linguistica (v. 6) sul senso generico della voce oscar in italiano si avvale di studi recenti sulla categoria lessico-grammaticale della genericità come concetto della facoltà del linguaggio (v. 2008, A uniform hypothesis of count/mass nouns ) a seguito degli studi empirici precedenti sulle lingue a contatto ed il prestito linguistico (v. 1998ª.b). Di recente interesse per una teoria minimalista nel contesto dell atto linguitico è il volume ( con A. Alcázar),"The Syntax of Imperatives " Cambridge U. Press, Studies in Linguistics vol Febbraio 2014).L'ipotesi dell'imperativo come atto deittico, fondota sull'irriflessività della relazione Attore>Interlocutore (p.106), favorisce una rigida tesi minimalista sul linguaggio umano e
2 2 la sua grammatica. "The Syntax of Deixis" (in corso di elaborazione, v. Saltarelli 2011, 2013, 2014) esplora l'ipotesi e i sui riflessi descrittivi e teorici sull'interfaccia contesto-sintassi. 1. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS 1966: Ph.D. in General Linguistics, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 1962: M.A. in General Linguistics, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. 1961: B.A. in the Teaching of Spanish, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 2. ACADEMIC, ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICE POSITIONS 2.1 ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE 2007: Co-Director, International Summer Studies in Madrid, Spain, at the Center for International Studies. 2006: Director (and founder), USC International Summer Studies in Buenos Aires, Argentina at The U. de Belgrano : Chair (ad interim), Department of French and Italian, USC 2004: Director, International Summer Studies in Madrid, Spain, at the Center for International Studies : Chair, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Southern California. 1992: (Spring) Visiting Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of California, Los Angeles. 1989: Director (founder), International Summer Studies in Spain, at the U. of Cantabria in Santander. 1985: Professor of Spanish (court. app. Italian, and Linguistics) University of Southern California : Director, University of California and University of Illinois Year Abroad Program at the U. of Barcelona, Spain. 1980: Visiting Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Colorado, Boulder. 1976: Professor of Spanish, Italian, and Linguistics, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. 1970: Associate Professor of Spanish, Italian and Linguistics, University of Illinois, Urbana. 1967: Director, Cornell-Ford Foundation Linguistics Program, University of Rome, Italy (Magistero), Italy. 1966: Assistant Director, Cornell-Ford Linguistics Program, University of Rome (Magistero), Italy. 1964: Assistant Professor of Linguistics, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. 2.2 ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 2014: USC Fulbright Academic and International Fellowship Panel, USC : -NTT Merit Evaluation Committee (Co-Chair), Spanish and Portuguese, USC. -TT Merit Evaluation Committee -Linguistics/Advanced Language Committee (Chair) -Spanish Language Program Committee : Undergraduate Studies Committee, Spanish and Portuguese 2012: TT evaluation Committee, Spanish and Portuguese : NTT Faculty Promotion Committee, Chair, Spanish and Portuguese : University Diversity Course Requirement Committee (by Provost Invitation) : Basic Language Committee, Spanish and Portuguese 2010: Bylaws Committee, Spanish and Portuguese (Chair) 2009: Tenure and Promotion Review: U. of Texas, Austin, Dept. of French and Ital. (Cinzia Russi) 2009: Tenure and Promotion Review: U. of Arizona, Tucson, Dept. of Sp. and Port. (Sonia Colina)
3 2009: Bylaws Committee, Department of Spanish and Portuguese (Chair) 2009: Chair, NTT Faculty Evaluation Committee 2009: Basic Language Committee, Department of Spanish and Portuguese 2008: NTT Faculty Evaluation Committee, Department of Spanish and Portuguese (Chair) 2008: Chair, Basic Language Committee, Department of Spanish and Portuguese 2007: Co-Director, International Summer Program in Madrid 2006: Director, (and founder) International Summer Program at U. of Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina 2005: Chair (ad interim), Department of French and Italian, USC 2004: Co-director, International Summer Program in Madrid 2001: Committee on Educational Programs, USC 2000: Grade Appeals Panel (Chair), USC : Senate Committee on Policy and Procedures, USC : University Committee on Promotion and Tenure UCAPT (Chair), USC 1998-(current): University Diversity Course Committee (by invitation by the President) 1999: University Committee on Promotion and Tenure, USC 1998: University Committee on Promotion and Tenure, USC 1997: Grade Appeals Panel, LAS 1977: Committee on Computer Technology, LAS 1997: Language Center Committee, LAS 1995: Language Center Director Search Committee, LAS 1993: Committee on Languages and Linguistics, Humanities 1991: Graduate School Appeals Committee 1987: LAS Foreign Language Requirement Review Committee. 1987: LAS Admission Review Committee. 1987: Humanities Merit Appeals Committee. 1987: ALI Review Ad Hoc Committee. USC. 1986: ITA Policy Group. USC 1985: LAS Dean Search Committee, USC : Romance Linguistics Specialization Committee, USC : American Language Institute Advisory Committee, USC. 1985: Overseas Studies Committee, USC : Del Amo Fund Committee (Chair, 1985), USC. 1984: Committee on Bilingual-Bicultural Programs, College of Education, U. of Illinois 1984: Faculty Appeals Committee (elected), LAS, U. of Illinois. 1982: Committee on Italian in the US, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rome, Italy 1981: Executive Committee (elected), Span., It., and Port., U. Illinois 1979: Executive Committee (elected), College of L.A.S., U. of Illinois. 1976: Executive Committee (elected), School of Humanities, U. of Illinois 1976: Chair, Language Theory Division, MLA. 1975: Executive Committee (elected), Language Theory Division, MLA. 1970: Director of Spanish language, Dep. of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese, U. of Illinois, Urbana 1968: Chair/Organizer, First Annual International Meeting of the Società di Linguistica Italiana at Palazzo Antici-Mattei, Rome, Italy 1967: founder (with Tullio De Mauro) and first Secretary, Società di Linguistica Italiana (Palazzo Antici-Mattei) Rome, Italy. 3
4 4 1964: Director of Spanish language, Division of Modern Languages, Cornell University 3. AREAS OF REASEARCH, TEACHING AND ADVISING 3. 1 BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS General linguistics (1970: Sansoni) Italian generative phonology (1970: Mouton), Latin and Romance comparative and diachronic linguistics (1975: Mouton), applied Spanish grammar (1975: Stipes), foreign language teaching (1983: FL Laboratory), Basque descriptive grammar (1988: Croom-Helm), Theoretical Romance Linguistics (1996: Georgetown UP). Italian linguistics (Cambridge U. P., delayed), The context (indexical) Syntax of Imperative (2014 Cambridge UP), The Syntax of Deixis (in prep.) 3.2 ARTICLES AND NOTES General and Romance linguistics (Italian, Italian Dialects-Marsi(c)an, Spanish, Catalan, Romanian, Classical and Vulgar Latin, Basque). Diachronic and synchronic studies in phonology, morphology and syntax. Linguistic contact and change in emigrant languages (Spanish and Italian in the USA and in the EEC). Stress, syllable structure, rhythm, meter, durational asymmetries, orthogonal constraint on durational asymmetries, raddoppiamento, number, word order, grammatical relations, object-nominatives, psychological verbs, clitics, inflection, voice and passives, ergativity, unaccusativity, count/mass nouns, genitive phrases, absolute participial constructions, imperatives and prohibitions, adjective phrases, time and tense, acquisition of English loan-words in Italian and Spanish, Mars(i)can dialects, Romance prosody and metrics, paradigm theory of morpho-phonology, Romance metaphony, imperative syntax, countability, spatial demonstratives, the indexical nature of deixis. Tne context-sensitivity enclitic possessives. Present ongoing program of research: The (Indexical) Syntax of Deixis. 3.3 COURSES AND LECTURES Spanish Syntax, Spanish Phonetics and Phonology, Structure of Spanish, History of the Spanish Language, History of the Italian Languages. Seminars in Diachronic/Synchronic Spanish Linguistics (Causatives, Impersonals, Clitic Pronouns, Inflection, Mood, Time and Tense, Noun Phrase, Learnability, Second language acquisition, Syntactic Evolution); Linguistic aspects of bilingualism, Spanish in the USA, Geographical and Social variations in Spanish (languages in contact and Conflict), recent issues in Spanish syntax (TG, RG, GB, Minimalism, SMT, Phase Theory), Syllable based Spanish phonology. Introduction to Linguistics, Romance Linguistics, Seminar in Romance Linguistics: transformational and relational issues in Romance syntax, the analyses of Romance causative constructions. Italian Syntax, Italian Phonetics and Phonology, Italian Morphology, Italian (Marsican) Dialects, History of the Italian Language. Invited and refereed papers presented at national and international meetings. Seminar in Hispanic Linguistics: Tense and aspect, the realization of time, the realization of aspect, countability, spatial deixis, possessives. The syntax of deixis (current).
5 5 3.4 INVITED LECTURES, KEYNOTE, DISTINGUISTED LECTURE, AND COURSES: Harvard U. (1990), Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSR I, XXIII), University of Florida, U. of Northern Illinois, (1971, 1993). Universities of Louvain, Gent, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Leiden, Konstanz, Neuchâtel, Bern, Bochum,Pavia, Bologna, Lisbon, Barcelona, Laredo (Cantabria), UCLA, Harvard U., La Plata (Argentina), Waseda U. (Tokyo, Japan), Roma3 (Italy,), Cornell U., U. of Wisconsin at Madison, New York. Istituto Italiano di Cultura, New York (2011, 2012). Università di Roma (Roma Tre) (1997). Tavola Rotonda/Evoluzione delle Lingue Romanze, Palermo (1995).Italian in the US, Georgetown U. (1995). International Linguistic Association of New York (1994). Spanish Phonology, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, UCLA (Spring Quarter, 1990). Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Argentina (2006), Italian Abroad, Rome, Italy (Ministero degli Affari Esteri.) (1983) Italian in the USA, New York, N.Y. (1984) (Ministero degli Affari Esteri) Linguistic Institute of the Linguistic Society of America (1978), Distinguished Professor Lecture, University of Wisconsin, Madison (April 1998), Italian Cultural Institute (New York, Fall 2011, Winter 2012)) Italian Cultural Institute (New York, Winter 2012) 3.5 FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS 1995: Faculty Development and Research Grants, USC (yearly) 1994: Grant from the School of Humanities, for LSRL XXIV 1990: Del Amo, Summer : Joint Committee for the Cooperation between US and Spain. 1984: Basque Government Research Grant, Euskadi. 1980: American Council of Learned Societies Assistantship grants for research on Basque 1975: Center for International Comparative Studies, EEC. U. Illinois 1974: Faculty Instructional Award, U. of Illinois ; Humanities Research Grants, U. of Illinois 1969: Research Grant for field work on Agau languages of northern Ethiopia (K'emant), Cornell U N.D.E.A. Fellowship in Linguistics Title IV for graduate study (MA, PhD) in the newly formed Linguistics Dep. at the U of Illinois, Urbana 4. DOCTORAL MENTORSHIP: 4.1 PH.D. DISSERTATIONS DIRECTED (present academic positions in the US and abroad) -Calvano, William. Ph.D. (Spanish Phonology), Cornell U., Professor and Chair, Spanish and Portuguese, Temple U. (Emeritus) -Manikham, Michael. Ph.D. (Aspects of Hindu and Spanish Syntax), Cornell U., Freyre, Maria Luisa. Ph.D. (Spanish Personal Pronouns), U. of Illinois, Professor and Dean, U. of La Plata, Argentina. (Emerita) -Nuessel, Frank. Ph.D. (Spanish Verb Complementation), U. of Illinois, Professor, Spanish and Modern languages, U. of Louisville.
6 6 -Anderson, Alice Long. Ph.D. (Spanish Unstressed Pronouns), U. of Illinois, Parr, Patricia. Ph.D. Co-director (Spanish Second Language Acquisition: The Immersion Experience), USC, 1988 Supervisor of Teacher Education, Graduate School of Education, University of California Riverside -Bonet-Farran, Neus. Ph.D. (Complex Predicates: Spanish and Catalan Syntax), U. of Illinois, Dumitrescu, Domnita. Ph.D. (Echo Questions: Spanish and Romanian Syntax and Pragmatics), USC, Professor (Emerita), California State U., Los Angeles -Martinez-Gil, Fernando. Ph.D.(Non-Linear Spanish Historical Phonology), USC, Associate Professor, Ohio State University. -Franco, Jon. Ph.D. (On Object Agreement in Spanish), USC, Associate Professor, University of Deusto. -Martin, Juan. Ph.D. (On Spanish Nominal Structures), USC, Associate Professor, University of Toledo, Ohio. -Candia, Luis. Ph.D.(On Educational Aspects of Spanish and Basque in Bilingual Programs in Euskadi), USC Assistant Professor, Kansas state University, now Associate Director, USC Madrid -Antrim, Nancy. Ph.D. (Co-director). (Possessives in Romance) USC, Associate Professor, Sal Ross State University. Texas. -Galvan, Javier. Ph.D., (Null Subjects in Spanish Second Language Acquisition,) USC 1999 Associate Professor, Santa Ana College -Gill, Deborah. Ph.D. (Anaphoric Approach to Spanish Clitic Word Order), USC 2000 Associate Professor, Pennsylvania State University -Alcázar, Asier. PhD General Linguistic and Hispanic Linguistics (Absolute Participial Clauses in Spanish, Old Italian and Basque), USC 2007 Associate Professor, University of Missouri, Columbia 4.2 RECENT AND CURRENT PH. D. COMMITTEES: -Bin Yin, linguistics (Quals, Diss. defended 2013) -Velasquez, Hector (linguistics, Diss. defended. 2014)) -Robles Puente, Sergio (linguistics, defended 2014.) Assist. Prof. Florida State
7 7 -Tejada, Laura, Linguistics (dissertation defended.) -Varis, Erika, Linguistics and Hispanic linguistics (Screen, Quals, defended) -Parrell, Ben, Linguistics and Hispanic Linguistics (Screen, Quals, defended) Assist. Prof. U. of Maryland -Hua Lin. Linguistics defended Nava, Emily. Linguistics and Hispanic Linguistics, defended Cerrón Palomino, Álvaro. Linguistics and Hispanic Linguistics. Draft defended, 2009 Assist. Prof. Arizona State -Temkin Martínez, Michal. Linguistics, defended October 16, 2009 Assist. Professor -Beas, Omar. Linguistics, defended Campos, Rebeka. Linguistics and Hispanic Linguistics, defended 2007 Associate Professor, Ohio State University -Chen, Lindsey. Linguistics, defended Assistant Professor, National University, Taipei -Fobert, Vincent. German, defended Mayoral-Hernández. Linguistics and Hispanic Linguistics, Defended 2008 Associate Professor, University of Alabama -Rushfordt. Michael, Linguistics and Hispanic Linguistics (Screen, Quals, Diss def ) U. of Texas, San Antonio Yukiko Tsuboi Linguisitcs -Chi Huang Cheung, Candice Linguistics -Yasuhiko Mura. Linguistics (Diss.) -Arunima Choundhuri, Linguistics (Quals, Diss.) -other current 5. BOOKS, ARTCLES, NOTES 5.1 THE FESTSCHRIFT VOLUME edited by his students Grammatical Analyses in Basque and Romance Linguistics PAPERS IN HONOR OF MARIO SALTARELLI Edited by Alazne Landa, Jon Franco, and Juan Martín Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 187. John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam/Philadelphia Contributions by colleagues: Luigi Burzio, Hector Campos, Heles Contreras, Violeta Demonte, José Ignacio Hualde, Marta Luján, Juan Martín, Michael Mazzola, Errapel Mejías Bikandi, Jon Ortiz de Urbina, Claudia Parodi & Carlos Quicoli, Eduardo Raposo, Margarita Suñer, Dieter Wanner, Karen Zagona.
8 8 5.2 BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS (Author) La Grammatica Generativa Trasformazionale. Con introduzione alla fonologia, sintassi e dialettologia italiana. Firenze: Sansoni. (First approach to early generative grammar and dialectology) (Author) A Phonology of Italian in a Generative Grammar. The Hague: Mouton. (First generative phonology formalized on the orthogonal VC durational constraint of Italian) (Author with C. Balkema) Essentials of Spanish Grammar. Champaign: Stipes (Editor with D. Wanner) Diachronic Studies in Romance Linguistics. The Hague: Mouton (Editor) The Foreign Language Syllabus: Grammar, Notions and Functions Special Issue of Studies in Language Learning, Volume 4, Number 1. Publication of the Language Learning Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana (Author) Basque. A volume in the Croom Helm Descriptive Grammars Series, edited by B. Comrie and N. Smith. Beckenham, Kent: Croom Helm Publishers. ( Basque contribution to the comparative grammar series, with a formal account of its phonological system) (Editor with C. Quicoli, C. Parodi, M.L. Zubizarreta) Aspects of Romance Linguistics (Selected Papers from the XXIV Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages. Georgetown University Press 2014 (Author, with A. Alcázar) The Syntax of Imperatives: Cambridge Studies in Linguistics, Cambridge University Press. Advance praise by Alessandra Giorgi, Professor of Linguistics, Ca Foscari University of Venice, Italy. (cf Description) (Abstract) The Syntax of Imperatives. (A Light Performative Hypothesis) of the pragmatics-syntax interface in the general theory of grammar conceived on minimalist and necessary context assumptions about the faculty of human language and its overt syntax. The volume is the direct conceptual
9 9 consequence of empirical and theoretical research on speech acts and small-sized clauses. The authors have tested and presented aspects of this light performative hypothesis to specialistic conferences in the last five years. (cf. section 5.3 of this CV). Available Feb from Cambridge U. Press. See advance review in the announcement below: Reviews & endorsements Advance Praise: "This book opens a so far unexplored space: the context-sensitivity of narrow syntax. It successfully shows that the syntactic formalization of notions such as Speaker and Addressee are Necessary to provide a deeper understanding of the nature of grammar. The authors draw a fascinating picture of how a syntactic theory can incorporate and represent indexicality." Alessandra Giorgi, Professor of Linguistics, Ca' Foscari University, Venice, Italy BOOKS in preparation -(Author) The Syntax of Deixis (in prep. 2015). A context-sensitive formalization as an operatorvariable theory of syntax in a biolinguistic conception of grammar and language based on the [Speaker>Addressee] relation of logical irreflexivity (cf. Ch. 4 of The Syntax of Imperatives, 2014), crosslinguistically observed in the ontological deictic organization of syntax across languages: Determiners,. Pronouns, Demonstratives, Possessives, Adverbs, etc.. cf. Saltarelli 2014, 2013, 2011). -(Author) -One God, One King, One language (The Legacy of 1492) (in prep ): (Language and culture in contact and conflict. A historicist approach to the comparative study of language and cultural contacts in the meta-linguistic world of Spanish speaking peoples (Research in progress is being conducted in connection with Span 413m, USC. A generalized proposal for the humanities extends the main thesis (identity in diversity) to other areas of the world where language and culture are in contact and in conflict.) - (with Dr.ssa A.T. Neri and Prof. L. Di Mario, emeritus, La Sapienza, U. of Rome)) Il Pensiero e le Parole : Grammatichetta e Lessico Culturale della Lingua di Pescasseroli. (in prep. Summer 2015) -( with T. Cravens, U. of Wisconsin) Italian: A linguistic introduction. Contract with Cambridge University Press. (delayed) - The Prosodic Mind : (The Phonology and Morphology of Italian and Spanish). (delayed) 5.3 ARTICLES, NOTES AND PRESENTATIONS ARTICLES AND NOTES Romance dialectology and generative grammar. Orbis 15: (with Marshall Durbin) Patterns in kinship. Anthropological Linguistics 9.3: (with Marshall Durbin) A semantic interpretation of kinship systems. Linguistics 33:87-94.
10 Marsian vocalism: intelligibility and rules of grammar. Orbis 17: Spanish plural formation: apocope or epenthesis? Lenguage 46.1: Fonologia e morfologia algherese. Archivio Glottologico Italiano : Fonologia e morfologia dell'algherese. Actele celui de-al XII-lea Congres International de Linguistica si Filologie Romanica Bucarest The structure of the lexicon: on the nature of lexical readings. Actes du Xe Congrès International des Linguistes Bucarest Focus on focus: propositional generative grammar. In A. Vanek and J. Sadock (editors) Studies Presented to Robert B. Lees by his Students Edmonton, Canada: Linguistics Research, Inc Per una semantica generativa delle coordinate. In Mario Medici and Raffaele Simone (editors) Grammatica Trasformazionale Italiana. Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studi della Società di Linguistica Italiana Roma: Bulzoni Congruity and the comparative. In D. Hays and D. Lance (editors) From Soundstream to Discourse. Papers from the 1971 Mid-America Linguistics Conference. Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Epenthesis. velar softening and stress in Spanish: a reply to J. W. Harris and W. Meyerthaler. Linguistische Berichte 19: Orthogonality, naturalness, and the binary feature framework. In B. Kachru, R. B. Lees, Y. Malkiel, A. Pietrangeli, and S. Saporta (editors) Issues in Linguistics. Papers in Honor of Henry and Renée Kahane Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press Italian qua Neo-Latin. Invited Keynote Speaker at LSRL I In J. Casagrande and B. Saciuk (editors) Generative Studies in Romance Languages. Papers from the Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages I
11 11 Rowley, Mass.: Newbury House Language and imagination Urbana, IL. Unpublished ms Le regole fonologiche nella classificazione delle lingue neolatine. In Proceedings of the XIII International Congress of Romance Linguistics and Philology Quebec, Canada: Université Laval Postulati per una teoria semantica delle proposizioni comparative. In Mario Medici and Antonella Sangregorio (editors) Fenomeni Morfologici e Sintattici nell'italiano Contemporaneo. Volume I, Tomo 2o, Atti del Sesto Congresso Internazionale di Studi della Societá di Linguistica Italiana. Roma: Bulzoni Leftbound clitics in Spanish New York, Linguistic Society of America. Unpublished ms A propositional theory of grammar. In Luigi Heilmann (editor) Proceedings of the Eleventh International Congress of Linguists. Volume I, Bologna: Il Mulino Reference and mood in Italian In J. Campbell, M. Goldin, and M. Wang (editors) Linguistic Studies in Romance Languages Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press Leveling of paradigms in Chicano Spanish. In W. Milan, J. Staczek, and J. Zamora (editors) Proceedings of the 1974 Colloquium on Spanish and Portuguese Linguistics Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press Theoretical implications in the development of accusativus-cum-infinitivo constructions. In M. Luján and F. Hensey (editors) Current Studies in Romance Linguistics Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press Remarks on the acquisition, development, and death of emigrant languages in the U.S.A. Studies in Language Learning 1.1: Three generations of Olivo Atilano. In B. Kachru (editor) Dimensions of Bilingualism: theory and case studies. Special issue of Studies in Language Learning 1.2:
12 A Latin conspiracy. In M. Jazayery, E. Polomé, and W. Winter (editors) Linguistic and Literary Studies in Honor of Archibald A. Hill Lise, The Netherlands: Peter de Ridder Press Paradigmatic evolution of diphthongs: Marsian Italian and Chicano Spanish. In M. P. Hagiwara (editor) Studies in Romance Linguistics Rowley, Mass.: Newbury House Italian 'fare' and universal causatives Urbana, IL. Unpublished ms (with Susan Gonzo) Migrant languages: linguistic change in progress. In Rosseel and De Grève Problèmes Linguistique des Enfants de Travailleurs Migrants Paris: Didier The Marsian verb paradigm. In E. Pulgram, R. Di Pietro, S. Cartledge, and D. Feldman (editors) Studia Gratulatoria Dedicados a Robert A. Hall, jr Madrid: Playor Sentential clitics and clause reduction in Italian. In M. Suñer (editor) Contemporary Studies in Romance Linguistics Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press A clause-based theory of grammatical relations. In W. Dressler and W. Meid (editors) Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Linguists Innsbruck: University of Innsbruck Where do agent phrases come from? On the syntax of Romance agentive causatives Linguistic Society of America, Chicago, IL. Unpublished ms (with W. Calvano) The morphological measure of phonological rules. Lingua 48: Il ruolo delle relazioni grammaticali in sintassi. In F. Albano Leoni and M. R. Pigliasco (editors) La Grammatica: Aspetti Teorici e Didattici. Volume II, Atti del IX Congresso Internazionale di Studi della Società di Linguistica Italiana. Roma: Bulzoni The relational grammar of reduced complements in Italian. In Y. Morin and A. Querido (editors) Etudes Linguistiques sur les Languages Romanes Montreal: Association Linguistique de Montreal.
13 Catalan causatives. In A. Porqueras-Mayo, et. al. (editors) Estudis de Llengua, Literatura i Cultura Catalanes Actes del Primer Col.loqui d'estudis Catalans a Nord-America. Abadia de Montserrat Publications (with Susan Gonzo) Monitoring, pidginization and emigrant languages. In Roger Andersen (editor) The Acquisition of Spanish and English as First and Second Languages Selected Papers from the 12th Annual Convention of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages. Washington, D.C.:TESOL (with Susan Gonzo) Lingua, dialetto ed istruzione bilingue a Chicago. In F. Albano Leoni (editor) I Dialetti e le Lingue delle Minoranze di Fronte all'italiano Atti dell'xi Congresso Internazionale di Studi della Società di Linguistica Italiana. Roma: Bulzoni Complement subject deletion and infinitive formation in Italian. In F. Nuessel (editor) Contemporary Studies in Romance Languages Bloomington, Indiana: IULC Syntactic diffusion. In E. Closs Traugott, R. LaBrum and S. Sheperd (editors) Papers from the Fourth International Congress on Historical Linguistics Amsterdam: Benjamin B.V Fare e lasciare: sanzioni prammatiche sull'atto linguistico American Association of University Professors of Italian. Urbana, IL. Unpublished manuscript. (Extended version to appear in Rivista di Studi Italiani) Missing reflexives in Italian. In D. J. Napoli and W. Cressey (editors) Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages IX Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press (with J. Chamberlain) Latin origins of Romance causative constructions. In H. Contreras and J. Klausenburger (editors) Proceedings of the Tenth Anniversary Symposium on Romance Linguistics. Papers in Romance, Supplement II, Volume 3, Seattle, Washington: University of Washington.
14 Post-verbal subjects in Italian. In R. Hendrick, C. Masek, and M. F. Miller (editors) Papers from the Seventeenth Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society Chicago, IL: Chicago Linguistic Society (with M. Azkarate, D. Farwell, and J. Ortiz de Urbina) Word order and wh-movement in Basque In V. Burke and J. Pustejovsky (editors) Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the North Eastern Linguistic Society Amherst, Mass.: University of Massachusetts (with M. Azkarate, D. Farwell, and J. Ortiz de Urbina) Governed anaphors in Basque. In Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society Berkeley, California: Berkeley Linguistics Society (with M. Azkarate, D. Farwell, and J. Ortiz de Urbina) On the syntax of free word order languages: evidence from Basque. In Shirô Hattori and Kazuko Inoue (editors) Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Linguists Tokyo: ICPL (with M. Balan-Onciu) Romanian causatives and the loss of the infinitive in the Balkan languages. Unpublished manuscript The mora unit in Italian phonology. In H. Basbøll (editor) Prosody. Special issue of Folia Linguistica, Tomus XVII/1-2, (with Susan Gonzo) Pidginization and linguistic change in emigrant languages. In Roger Andersen (editor). Pidginization and Creolization as Language Acquisition Rowley, Mass.: Newbury House L'italiano d'emigrazione: descrizione, acquisizione ed evoluzione. In L'italiano come lingua seconda in Italia e all'estero Roma: Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri Italian syllable structure. In J. Mascaró and E. Rigau (editors) Estudis Gramaticals Bellaterra (Barcelona): Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Ristrutturazione nell'evoluzione sillabica delle lingue neolatine: l'italiano. Linguistique Comparée et Tipologie des Langues Romanes, Volume 2, Actes du XVIIème Congrès International de Linguistique et Philologie Romanes. Marseille: Université de Provence.
15 Agreement and the impersonal se constructions in Spanish and Italian Invited paper read at the UCLA Linguistic Colloquium, Nov. 22, Unpublished manuscript Sincretismo funcional, evolución, y la norma castellana. Actas del II Congreso Internacional sobre el Español de América. Ciudad de México, de enero de México, D. F.: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras Italian in the USA: stratification and cohesion. In C. Bettoni (editor) Altro Polo: Italian Abroad Studies on Language in Contact in English-speaking Countries. Sydney, Australia: Frederick May Foundation for Italian Studies, University of Sydney Aspetti descrittivi dell'italiano negli Stati Uniti. In Il Veltro: Rivista di Civiltà Italiana. Volume 1-2, Atti del Convegno sulla Lingua Italiana negli Stati Uniti, Ministero della Pubblica Istruzione e Ministero degli Affari Esteri, New York Roma: Il Veltro Editrice (with Neus Farran-Bonet) Catalan nasal assimilation. In Carol Neidle and Rafael A. Núñez Cedeño (editors) Studies in Romance Languages Dordrecht, Holland: Foris Publications How syntax becomes morphology: Inflectional properties of Romance clitics. Paper read at the Third International Morphology Meeting. University of Vienna. July 1-7. Unpublished manuscript Syntactic shift and the creation of clitics in Romance. Studies in Romance Linguistics. J. De Cesaris and C. Kirschner (eds.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, Inc The creation of Romance clitics. Invited lecture at Harvard University. Unpublished ms The Acquisition of Agreement. Proceedings of the XIV International Congress of Linguists, East Berlin. August 10-15, Werner Bahner et al (eds.). Berlin: Academie-Verlag VP-nominative constructions in Italian. In Dieter Wanner and Douglas A. Kibbee (eds.) New Analyses of the Romance Languages. Selected Papers from the XVIII Linguistics Symposium on Romance Languages, Urbana-Champaign, April 7-9, 1988.
16 16 Amsterdam: John Benjamins, Inc Romance clitics and the null subject parameter. Presented at the Workshop on Null Subjects. X International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Amsterdam. Unpublished ms Inflectional passive and the voice parameter. Proceedings of the XV International Congress of Linguists, Laval University, Quebec, Canada The Subject of psych verbs and case theory. In Konrad Kerner et al (eds.) Romance Languages and Modern Linguistic Theory. Papers form the 20th Symposium on Romance Languages. Ottawa, April 1990 P. Hirshbuler and K. Koerner (eds.) John Benjamins, Amsterdam Voice in Latin and Romance: On the representation of subjects. Invited Keynote Speaker. XXIII LSRL Theory and Issues in Romance Linguistics. Edited by M. Mazzola. Georgetown U. Press La Gramática de los clíticos y sus parámetros: Concordancia y Cadenas Funcionales. Linguistica The rhythm of the hendecasyllable in Dante's Commedia: iambic or trochaic? Presented at the American Association of Italian Studies, Tempe, Az. April 22. Unpublished ms The permeability of the Italian language: New Loanwords in Italian and English. Proceedings of the Conference on Italian Language and Culture in the United States. Italian Cultural Institute, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Georgetown University. Washington, D.C. unpublished (with D. Dumitrescu) El adjectivo en el sintagma nominal: posición y predicación. Signo y Seña 5, p Special issue on linguistic theory edited by Nora Múgica. Buenos Aires: Instituto de Lingüística, Facultad de Filología y Letras, University of Buenos Aires Stress in Latin and Spanish: Where morphology meets prosody. In Fernando Martinez-Gil and Alfonso Morales-Front (eds.). Issues in the Phonology and Morphology of the Major Iberian Languages. Washington, D. C.: Georgetown U. Press. Ch. 20, p
17 Sulla cardinalità del parametro metrico nell'evoluzione prosodica delle lingue neolatine. Atti del XXI Congresso internazionale di Linguistica e Filologia Romanza, Volume I: Grammatica Storica delle Lingue Romanze, a cura di Giovanni Ruffino. Tubingen: Niemeyer (U. of Palermo, September 18-24, 1995 Palermo, Italy) (with D. Dumitrescu) Two types of predicate modification: evidence from the articulated adjectives of Romanian. In J. Lema and E. Treviño (eds.) Theoretical Research on Romance Languages. Proceedings of the XXVI Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages, Mexico City, March 27-29, Amsterdam: John Benjamin, Co Genitives in Marsian and Romanian. International Congress on Romance Linguistics and Lesser-Used Romance Languages, Waseda U., Tokyo, April 17-19, p In T. De Mauro and S. Sugeta (eds.) Roma: Bulzoni Loan-words and universal grammar. In L. Díaz and Carmen Pérez (eds.) Views on the Acquisition and Use of a Second Language. Proceedings of the 7th European Second Language Acquisition (EUROSLA7), Barcelona, Spain, May p (with D. Dumitrescu) Attributive adjectives: toward a unified theory of modification. Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Linguists, Paris, July Editor: Bernard Caron. Oxford: Pergamon. Elsevier Science Ltd. ICHL 16, paper No (with D. Dumitrescu) Sobre el tipo adjetival el pobre hombre/ el hombre pobre. AATSP, Madrid. Unpublished manuscript (with J. Schwarten and G. Smith) Identity and convergence in the Marsican dialects: The definite article. Convergence and Divergence of Dialects in a Changing Europe. University of Reading, September, Unpublished manuscript Sull identità linguistica dei Marsi: l articolo determinativo. Argomenti, The alternating adjectives of Romance: Toward an integrated theory of adjectives. In Description des Adjectifs pour les Traitements Informatiques. Organized by P. Bouillon and E. Viegas. Proceedings of Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles, Cargèse, Corsica. July On the rhythm of Dante s Commedia. Paper read at the conference on Formal Approaches to Poetry, Recent Developments in Generative Metrics, U. of Toronto,
18 18 Toronto, Canada, October 8-10, Unpublished manuscript.p From Latin metre to Romance rhythm. Historical Linguistics Selected Papers from the Twelfth International Conference on Historical Linguistics, U. of Manchester, Manchester, England Ed. by John Charles Smith and Delia Bently. Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 161. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Lenguas románicas y gramática universal: nuevos préstamos en español e italiano. Actes du XXIIe Congrès Internationale de Linguistique et Philologie Romanes. Bruxelles, Juillet, ms Publiés par Annick Englebert, Michel Pierrard, Laurence Rosier, et Dan van Raemdonck. Max Niemeyers Verlag: Tübingen Gender identity and linguistic constraints : The selection of the determiner. American Association of Italian Studies, New York City, New York, April Unpublished ms Prosodie del ritmo dantesco: Parametri e vincoli. Paper read at the Società Internazionale di Linguistica e Filologia Italiana (SILFI). June 27-July 2, Duisburg, Germany.(appeared in the proceedings, ed. By E. Burr.) Plural exponents in Spanish and Italian plurals. Presented at LASSO on October 13, 2000, in Puebla, México. Unpublished ms The Realization of Number in Spanish. Features and Parameters: Papers in Honor of Heles Contreras. Ed. By J.Herschenson, E. Mallén and K. Zagona. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamin A constraint interaction theory of Italian raddoppiamento. Selected paper from the XXXI Symposium on Romance Languages. April 19-22, 2001, The U. of Illinois, Chicago. Language Knowledge and Use. Ed. by R. Nuñez-Cedeño, López & Cameron. John Benjamin Quantity Constraints and Enhancement. Presented at the plenary session of the XVII International Congress of Linguists, Prague, Czech Republic. July 24-29, Proceedings of the Congress. 34p Durational Asymmetries and the Theory of Quantity. Paper presented at Going Romance 17, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 11/ 21, In Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2003: Selected papers from Going Romance Ed. by Geerts, T., I. van Ginneken and H. Jacobs. Amsterdam: Joan Benjamin. p
19 The Acquisition of Gender Identity. Istituto Comprensivo Scuola Materna Elementare-Media Benedetto Croce, Pescasseroli (L Aquila). (Questionnaire and preliminary statistical analysis on kindergarten, elementary and middle school children is completed. Extended questionnaire to be administered to the entire community is still in progress.) A paradigm account of Spanish number In. F. Martinez-Gil and S. Colina Optimality-Theretical Studies in Spanish Phonology. Amsterdam: John Benjamins (with Asier Alcazar). The Case of Participial Clauses and the Universality of Unaccusatives. In Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory Selected Papers from Going Romance Ed. by Sergio Baauw, Frank Drijkonigen, and Haike Jabobs. Amsterdam: John Bejamins. p.? ARTICLES IN PRESS, *PUBLISHED *2008a. (with A. Alcazar) Argument Structure of Participial Clauses: The Unaccusative Phase. Selected Papers from the Hispanic Linguistics Symposium 2006, University of Western Ontario, October Ed. by Bruhn de Garavito. Cascadilla Press. *2008b. A Uniform Hypothesis of Count/Mass Expressions: New Syntactic Evidence. Proceedings of the18th International Congress of Linguists. The Linguistic Society of Korea. (CDROM, December 2008, the University of Korea) RECENT ARTICLES SUBMITED, TO BE SUBMITTED, ACCEPTED, IN PRESS, *PUBLISHED,UNPUBLISHED *2008. (with A. Alcazar) Why imperative sentences cannot be embedded. Chronos 8, Selected Papers. (accepted in selected papers, now published) *2008. (with A. Alcazar) A lighter Performative Analysis of Imperative Sentences Going Romance 2008, University of Groningen, December (accepted in selected papers).final texts published as: Alcazar, Asier and Mario Saltarelli. In support of a syntactic analysis of double agreement phenomena in Spanish. In Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory. Selected Papers from Going Romance Groningen Ed. By R. Bok-Bennema, B. Kampers-Manhe, B. Hollenbrandse. John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, 2010: The Generic Meaning of the Word Oscar in Italian. The International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law. (cf. 6) (unpublished)
20 (with A. Alcazar). Zanuttini s hypothesis: Participial Constructions Revisited. Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Anaheim, CA. Jan. 6, Mass Nouns and the Structure of the Nominal Phrase: Evidence from the Marsican Dialects. Conference on the Syntax of Italian Dialects at Cambridge University (CIDSM2). Jan. 27, 2007 (ms) (with A. Alcazar)) Sentential Force Checking in Romance: Towards a Syntax-Based Theory of Speech-Acts. Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages 38. April 2008, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. (ms) Metaphony and the Realization of Count/Mass in Romance. Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages 38. April 2008, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. (ms) Marsican Genitives. The 3nd Conference on the Syntax of Italian Dialects (CIDSM3). University of Pescara. July 4-6. (ms) *2008. A Uniform Hypothesis of Count/Mass Expressions: New Syntactic Evidence. Proceedings of The 18th International Congress of Linguists: Section 7, Lexical Semantics. July 21-26, 2008, Seoul, Korea. Linguistic Society of Korea: CD-ROM. *2008. (with A. Alcazar) Untangling the Imperative Puzzle Proceedings of the 44th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society: Main Session. (May 5). Chicago: The University of Chicago Press Hispanic Linguistic Symposium, Laval University, Quebec, Canada October (with A. Alcazar) A Minimalist Return to the Abstract Performative Hypothesis. Paper presented at the International Conference on Propositions: Ontology, Semantics, Pragmatics. University of Venice, Ca Foscari, November (with A. Alcazar) The sentential Force of Light Verbs In Southern Italian Dialects. Cambridge Italian Dialects Syntax Meeting 5. Freie Universität Berlin. Berlin, May 2-3 July, (Paper) 2010 The Grammaticalization of Countability: The Marsican Definite Article COUNTABILITY 2010: Empirical, Theoretical, and Computational Approaches to Countability in Natural Languages. Ruhr Universität Bochum, Bochum. Sept , (ms) Invited Lecture at the Italian Cultural Institute of New York (October 20) on the
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