Routledge publish the Romance Linguistics series under the editorship of Martin Harris (University of Essex) and Nigel Vincent (University of Manchester).
Romance Philogy and General Linguistics have followed sometimes converging sometimes diverging paths over the last century and a half. With the present series we wish to recognise and promote the mutual interaction of the two disciplines. The focus is deliberately wide, seeking to encompass not only work in the phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and lexis of the Romance languages, but also studies in the history of Romance linguistics and linguistic thought in the Romance cultural area. Some of the volumes will be devoted to particular aspects of individual languages, some will be comparative in nature; some will adopt a synchronic and some a diachronic slant; some will concentrate on linguistic structures, and some will investigate the sociocultural dimensions of language and language use in the Romance-speaking territories. Yet all will endorse the view that a General Linguistics that ignores the always rich and often unique data of Romance is as impoverished as a Romance Philogy that turns its back on the insights of linguistics theory.
Series Editors: Martin Harris, University of Essex and Nigel Vincent, University of Manchester
Structures and Transformations
Christopher J. Pountain
Weakening Processes in the History of Spanish Consonants
Spanish Word Formation
Tense and Text
Variation and Change in French
John N. Green and Wendy Ayres-Bennett
Tense and Narrativity
Latin Syntax and Semantics
Discourse-Pragmatic Approaches to the Verb
Suzanne Fleischman and Linda R. Waugh
The Romance Languages
Martin Harris and Nigel Vincent
Pinkster, Harm (1942-) , Latin Syntax and Semantics [info], xii, 320 p.: ill.; 24 cm. [word count] [Pinkster].