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Selected Proceedings of the 15th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium
edited by Chad Howe, Sarah E. Blackwell, and Margaret Lubbers Quesada
Printed edition: $310.00

Contents

Preface
Chad Howe, Sarah E. Blackwell, and Margaret Lubbers Quesada
v-vi (abstract or complete paper)

— Historical Linguistics and Language Change —

Semantic Change and Cognition: How the Present Illuminates the Past and the Future
Marisa J. Carpenter
1-16 (abstract or complete paper)

Late Attestations of Participle Agreement in Spanish Perfective Constructions
Jason P. Doroga
17-28 (abstract or complete paper)

Andá a cantarle a Gardel: From the Abstract to the Concrete in el lunfardo porteño
Philip Thornberry
29-38 (abstract or complete paper)

— Second Language Acquisition and Teaching —

Teaching Intervention on the Pronunciation of Spanish Intervocalic /d/
Abby Bajuniemi
39-50 (abstract or complete paper)

The OPC in Spanish Monolinguals
Ewelina Barski
51-61 (abstract or complete paper)

The Primacy of Morphology in the Acquisition of Tense and Aspect in L2 Spanish Narrative Structure
Margaret Lubbers Quesada
62-77 (abstract or complete paper)

Perceiving Intonational Cues in a Foreign Language: Perception of Sentence Type in Two Dialects of Spanish
John C. Trimble
78-92 (abstract or complete paper)

— Phonology and Phonetics —

Intonational Cues in the Perception of Invitation and Information-Seeking Yes/No Questions by Mexican and Castilian Spanish Speakers
Mark Amengual
93-102 (abstract or complete paper)

The Perception of English Vowels by Monolingual, Bilingual, and Heritage Speakers of Spanish and English
Amanda Boomershine
103-118 (abstract or complete paper)

Intonational Contours of Nicaraguan Granadino Spanish in Absolute Questions and Their Relationship with Pragmatic Meaning
Whitney Chappell
119-139 (abstract or complete paper)

Perceptual Assimilation of Occluded Voiced Stops by Spanish Listeners
Marcos Rohena-Madrazo
140-156 (abstract or complete paper)

An Acoustic Examination of Unstressed Vowel Reduction in Heritage Spanish
Rebecca E. Ronquest
157-171 (abstract or complete paper)

Sibilant Dissimilation in the History of Spanish: An Information-Theoretic Approach
André Zampaulo
172-178 (abstract or complete paper)

— Sociolinguistics and Pragmatics —

Word Classes in Studies of Phonological Variation: Conditioning Factors or Epiphenomena?
Esther L. Brown
179-186 (abstract or complete paper)

Future Directions in the Acquisition of Variable Structures: The Role of Individual Lexical Items in Second Language Spanish
Kimberly L. Geeslin
187-204 (abstract or complete paper)

Acquiring Geographically-Variable Norms of Use: The Case of the Present Perfect in Mexico and Spain
Kimberly L. Geeslin, Stephen Fafulas, and Matthew Kanwit
205-220 (abstract or complete paper)

A Sociolinguistic Analysis of Pre-nuclear Peak Alignment in Yucatan Spanish
Jim Michnowicz and Hilary Barnes
221-235 (abstract or complete paper)

Contact-Induced Phenomena in Gernika Basque: The Case of Dative Over-Marking
Itxaso Rodríguez-Ordóñez
236-251 (abstract or complete paper)

Cross-Cultural Negotiation: Touristic Service Encounters in Yucatán, Mexico
Megan Solon
252-268 (abstract or complete paper)

— Syntax and Semantics —

On How to Live and Keep Dying
Patrícia Amaral
269-280 (abstract or complete paper)

A Morphological Approach to the Lack of Negative Imperatives in Spanish
Adolfo Ausín
281-296 (abstract or complete paper)

Rioplatense Spanish Clitic Doubling and "Tripling" in Lexical-Functional Grammar
Bruno Estigarribia
297-309 (abstract or complete paper)

CLLD as a Window on the Left Periphery
Paula Kempchinsky
310-328 (abstract or complete paper)

Unaccusativity, Telicity and Inherent Reciprocals
Lucía Quintana Hernández
329-342 (abstract or complete paper)