Peter de Swart, Nijmegen

Peter de Swart

 

 

manuscripts

  • G. van Bergen, E. van Lier and P. de Swart (2013). 'Constructional variation in Dutch ditransitives: Lexical preferences in controlled production'. Manuscript Radboud University Nijmegen and University of Amsterdam. For a volume on New Ways of Analyzing Syntactic Variation.
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  • S. Lestrade, G. van Bergen and P. de Swart (2013). 'On the origin of constraints'. Manuscript Radboud University Nijmegen. For a volume on Advances on OT-syntax and semantics.
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  • P. de Swart and G. van Bergen (2012). 'Unscrambling the lexical nature of weak definites'. Manuscript Radboud University Nijmegen. For a volume on Weak Referentiality.
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  • P. de Swart and G. van Bergen (2011). 'Definiteness and Adverb-Object Order in Dutch'. Manuscript University of Groningen and Université Catholique Louvain-La-Neuve.

 

papers in journals and edited volumes

  • P. de Swart (2014). 'Prepositional inanimates in Dutch: A case of paradigmatic DOM'. Linguistics 52(2), 445-468.
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  • P. de Swart (2013). 'A (single) case for heritage speakers? '. Theoretical Linguistics 39(3-4), 251-258.
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  • Hanne Eckhoff, Olga Thomason and Peter de Swart (2013). 'Mapping out the Source domain. Evidence from parallel Old Indo-European data'. Studies in Language 37(2), 301-355.
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  • P. de Swart, Hanne Eckhoff and Olga Thomason (2012). 'A Source of Variation: A corpus-based study of the choice between APO and EK in the NT Greek Gospels'. Journal of Greek Linguistics 12, 161-187.
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  • P. de Swart (2011). 'Sense and Simplicity: Bidirectionality in Differential Case Marking'. In A. Benz and J. Mattaush (eds), Bidirectional Optimality Theory. John Benjamins, 125 - 150. [pdf]
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  • U. Klein and P. de Swart (2011). 'Case and Referential Properties'. Lingua 122(1), 3-19. [pdf]
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  • G. van Bergen and P. de Swart (2010). 'Scrambling in Spoken Dutch. Definiteness versus weight as determinants of word order variation'. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 6(2), 267-295. [pdf]
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  • S. Lestrade and P. de Swart (2010). 'Individuation and Semantic Role Interpretation in the Adpositional Domain'. In Patrick Brandt and Marco García García (eds), Transitivity. Form, Meaning, Acquisition, and Processing [LA 166]. John Benjamins. [pdf]
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  • G. van Bergen and P. de Swart (2009). 'Definiteness and Scrambling in Dutch: Where theory meets practice'. In: A. Schardl, M. Walkow and M. Abdurrahman (eds), Proceedings of NELS 38, 89-100. Amherst, MA: GLSA.
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  • A. Malchukov and P. de Swart (2008). 'Differential Case Marking and Actancy Variation'. In: A. Malchukov and A. Spencer (eds), Handbook of Case. Oxford University Press.
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  • P. de Swart, M. Lamers, and S. Lestrade (2008). 'Animacy, Argument Structure, and Argument Encoding'. Lingua 118(2),131-140.
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  • P. de Swart and H. de Hoop (2007). 'Semantic Aspects of Differential Object Marking'. In: E. Puig- Waldmüller (ed.), Proceedings of SuB11. Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 568-581.
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  • P. de Swart (2006). 'Case Markedness'. In: L. Kulikov, A. Malchukov, and P. de Swart (eds), Case, Valency and Transitivity. John Benjamins.
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  • Y. Morimoto and P. de Swart (2006). 'Language Variation and Historical Change: The Spread of DOM in Spanish'. In: J. Doetjes and P. González (eds), Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2004. John Benjamins.
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  • P. de Swart (2005). 'Cross-Modularity in active to passive alternations.' In: J. Doetjes and J. van de Weijer (eds), Linguistics in the Netherlands 2005, 191-202. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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  • C. Bary and P. de Swart (2005). 'Arguments against Arguments: Additional Accusatives in Latin and Ancient Greek.' In: J. Gervain (ed.) Proceedings of the tenth ESSLLI Student Session, 12-24.
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  • P. de Swart (2005). 'Noun Phrase Resolution: The Correlation between Case and Ambiguity'. In: M. Amberber and H. de Hoop (eds), Competition and Variation in Natural Languages: The Case for Case.
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  • H. de Hoop and P. de Swart (2004). 'Contrast in Discourse: Guest Editors' introduction'. Journal of Semantics 21, 87-93.

 

book reviews:

  • P. de Swart (2014). 'Book review: López, L. (2012), Indefinite objects: Scrambling, choice functions, and differential marking (Linguistic Inquiry Monograph 63)'. Journal of Linguistics 50(1), 246 - 250.
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  • P. de Swart (2009). 'Review of Peter Siemund. 'Pronominal Gender in English''. Linguist List 20.2379.
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  • P. de Swart (2008). 'Review of Zúñiga's 'Deixis and Alignment: Inverse systems in the indigenous languages of the Americas''. Linguistics 46(5), 1030-37.
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  • P. de Swart (2008). 'Recensie van 'A Grammar of Trio: A Cariban Language of Suriname' door Eithne B. Carlin'. OSO Tijdschrift voor Surinamistiek en het Caraïbisch gebied 27(1), 164-7.

 

edited volumes:

  • M. Lamers and P. de Swart (2012). Case, Word Order, and Prominence: Interacting cues in language production and comprehension. Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics. Springer.
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  • H. de Hoop and P. de Swart (2008). Differential Subject Marking. Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. Kluwer.
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  • M. Lamers, S. Lestrade, and P. de Swart (2008). Guest editors Lingua: Special Issue on Animacy. Lingua 188(2).
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  • L. Kulikov, A. Malchukov, and P. de Swart (2006). Case, Valency and Transitivity. Studies in Language Companion Series. John Benjamins.
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  • H. de Hoop and Peter de Swart (2004).  Guest editors Journal of Semantics: Special Issue on Contrast in Discourse.

 

PhD thesis:

  • P. de Swart (2007). Cross-linguistic Variation in Object Marking. PhD dissertation, Department of Linguistics, Radboud University Nijmegen. LOT Publications. You can download a copy here or here, and buy a printed version here (or send me an email and I will send you one for free).

 

MA thesis:

  • P. de Swart (2003).  The Case Mirror. MA Thesis, Department of Linguistics,  University of Nijmegen. [pdf]