From Quirky Case to Representing Space

Papers in Honor of Annie Zaenen

Edited by Tracy Holloway King and Valeria de Paiva

From Quirky Case to Representing Space
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Edited by Tracy Holloway King and Valeria de Paiva

Distributed for Center for the Study of Language and Information

242 pages | 6 x 9
Paper $25.00 ISBN: 9781575866628 Published August 2013
Annie Zaenen’s research has broadly influenced the field of linguistics from the underlying architecture of formal theories to the minute details of lexical representation. This volume assembles a wide range of essays from linguists who have been profoundly influenced by Zaenen’s work. Taking Zaenen as a model, the contributors explore a variety of topics, including the mapping of syntax onto argument and the relationship between syntax and semantics. From Quirky Case to Representing Space presents new research in linguistics, but also reasserts Zaenen’s crucial role in the evolution of linguistic theory.   
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