Introduction: the road to interfaces Mónica Cabrera and José Camacho; Part I. Syntax-Lexicon Interface: 1. The L2 acquisition of English anticausative structures by L1 Spanish speakers Mónica Cabrera; 2. Dispositional evaluative adjectives: lexical alternations, behaviors and sideward movement Violeta Demonte; 3. The role of P in unaccusative constructions Roberto Mayoral Hernández; 4. Degree achievements of color Mythili Menon and Roumyana Pancheva; Part II. Syntax-Semantics Interface: 5. Negative idioms José Camacho; 6. Scope, syntax and prosody in Russian as a second or heritage language Tania Ionin and Tatiana Luchkina; 7. On the syntax of pronominal clitics: a view from Greek Patricia Schneider-Zioga; Part III. Linearization: 8. Merge, restructuring and clitic climbing in Spanish Pascual José Masullo; 9. Linearization when multiple orderings are possible: adjective ordering restrictions and focus Katy McKinney-Bock; 10. Dialectal variation in VOS word order in Spanish Liliana Sánchez and Pablo Zdrojewski.
An innovative exploration of the interface between grammar, meaning and form.
Mónica Cabrera is an Associate Professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Loyola Marymount University. She is author of The L2 Acquisition of English and Spanish Causative Structures: A Bidirectional Study (2008) and Overgeneralized Lexical Causatives in Adult English and Spanish L2 Acquisition (2015), as well as several articles in international collections and journals. José Camacho is a Professor of Spanish Linguistics at Rutgers University. He is author of three books including Null Subjects (Cambridge, 2013) and Introducción a la sintaxis del Español (Cambridge, 2018) and over forty articles in international collections and journals.