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Variation in Datives

A Microcomparative Perspective
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Beatriz Fernandez
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Beatriz Fernández and Ricardo Etxepare

1. Evaluative reflexions: evaluative dative reflexive in South East Serbo-Croatian
Arsenijevic Boban (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

2. Core and non-core datives in French
Nora Boneh and Léa Nash (The Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem / Univ. of Paris VIII)

3. Datives and adpositions in North-Eastern Basque
Etxepare Ricardo and Bernard Oyharçabal (IKER)

4. Case in disguise
Freyr Sigurðsson, Einar and Hlíf Árnadóttir (Univ.of Iceland)

5. Dative vs. accusative and the nature of non-structural case
Gísli Jónsson, Jóhannes (Univ. of Iceland)

6. Ideal speakers and other speakers. The case of dative and some other cases
Höskuldur Thraínsson (Univ. of Iceland)

7. Dative versus feminine: The syntax of a syncretism pattern
Leu Tom (Yale University)

8. Syntactic micro-variation: Dative constructions in Greek
Michelioudakis, Dimitris and Ioanna Sitaridou (Univ. of Cambridge)

9. Dative displacement in Basque
Rezac, Milan and Beatriz Fernández (Univ. of Paris VIII / UPV/EHU)

10. Accusative feminine datives
Romero Juan (Univ. of Cáceres)
Variation in Datives collects new research on the nature of syntactic micro-variation in datives. The papers in this volume examine different aspects of internal variation in dative marking, such as agreement and case alternations, distribution of adpositional structures and dative case-marking, the different structural positions of dative arguments and their semantic contribution, and patterns of syncretism in the clitic and/or agreement system. Interest in these topics has grown significantly in the past 20 years. Variation in Datives makes a significant contribution to our understanding of language variation, as it adds the micro-comparative perspective to the general discussion and includes 10 new articles on a wide range of European languages, including Greek, Basque, Icelandic, and Serbo-Croatian.

Variation in Datives will appeal to scholars and advanced students of syntax, linguistic variation, and especially syntactic micro-variation.

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