The handbook of hispanic linguistics (hardback)

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It is estimated that there are currently more than 400 million Spanish speakers worldwide, with the United States being home to one of the world&rsquo,s largest native Spanish-speaking populations. Reflecting the increasing importance of the Spanish language both in the U.S. and abroad, The Handbook of Hispanic Linguistics features a collection of newly-written essays contributed by top Spanish linguistics scholars that explore all facets relating to the origins, evolution, and geographical variations of the Spanish language. While coverage is provided on applied concerns such as second language learning, Spanish in the classroom, immigration, heritage languages and bilingualism, several essays also address the significant body of theoretical work emerging in Spanish linguistics. By combining the most crucial elements of current findings in theoretical and applied research, The Handbook of Hispanic Linguistics sheds new light on the increasing growth and importance of the Spanish language.
Author Bios

CHAP.1-Geographical and social varieties of Spanish: An overview (John Lipski, Penn State University)
CHAP.2-Spanish-based Creoles (J.Clancy Clements, Indiana University)
CHAP.3-Spanish among the Ibero-Romance languages (Christopher Pountain, University of London)
CHAP.4-Spanish in contact in Spain and Latin America (Anna M. Escobar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
CHAP.5-Segmental phonology.Vowels and consonants.( Rebeka-Campos Astorkiza, Ohio State University)
Chap.6-Segmental phonology. Phonological processes. (Fernando Martí,nez-Gil, Ohio State University)
CHAP.7-Syllable structure (Sonia Colina, University of Arizona)
CHAP.8-Stress and rhythm (José, I. Hualde, University of Illinois)
CHAP.9-Intonation (Erin O'Rourke, University of Pittsburgh)
CHAP.10-Morphophonological alternations (David Eddington, Bringham Young Univ.)
CHAP.11-Derivation and compounding (Soledad Varela, Universidad Autó,noma de Madrid)
CHAP.12-Morphological structure of verbal forms (Manuel Pé,rez Saldanya, Universitat de Valè,ncia)
CHAP.13-Forms of address (Bob de Jonge, University of Groningen &DorienNieuwenhuijsen, University of Utrecht)
CHAP.14-Structure of the noun phrase (CarmePicallo, UniversitatAutò,noma de Barcelona)
CHAP.15-Specificity and indefiniteness (Manuel Leonetti, Universidad de Alcalá,)
CHAP.16-Quantification (Javier Gutié,rrez-Rexach, Ohio State University)
CHAP.17-Structure of the verb phrase (Jaume Mateu, UniversitatAutò,noma de Barcelona)
CHAP.18-Tense and aspect (Karen Zagona, University of Washington)
CHAP.19-Mood. Indicative vs. Subjunctive (Ignacio Bosque, Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
CHAP.20-Simple sentences: structure and classification. Negation. (Hé,ctor Campos, Georgetown University)
CHAP.21-Clitics (Francisco Ordó,ñ,ez, SUNY Stonybrook)
CHAP.22-Individual/Stage level predicates, "Ser" and "Estar"(José, Camacho, Rutgers)
CHAP.23-Passives and "se" constructions (Amaya Mendikoetxea, Universidad Autó,noma de Madrid)
CHAP.24-Coordination and Subordination (Ricardo Etxepare, CNRS Bayonne)
CHAP.25-Wh-movement: interrogatives, exclamatives and relatives (Jerid Francom, Wake Forest Univ.)
CHAP.26-Binding: deixis, anaphors, pronominals. (Luis Eguren, Universidad Autó,noma de Madrid)
CHAP.27-Empty categories and ellipsis (Josep Maria Brucart and Jonathan E. MacDonald, Universitat Autò,noma de Barcelona/ Univ. of Illinois)
CHAP.28-Word order and information structure (AntxonOlarrea, University of Arizona)
CHAP.29-Speech acts, pragmatic presupposition (Victoria Escandell-Vidal, UNED, Madrid)
CHAP.30-Discourse syntax (Catherine Travis & Rena Torres-Cacoullos, University of...