Essays in Memory of Steven G. Lapointe
This collection presents papers in memory of Steven G.
Lapointe, a distinguished linguistics professor at the
University of California, Davis, until the time of his death in
1999. Lapointe's work on morphology and its connections to
other linguistic subfields has been highly influential, and the
papers here concern the relation of morphology to phonology,
syntax, and semantics, as well as the details of modern
morphological theory and its scope. The volume represents a
natural continuation of the intellectual developments in the
Lapointe et al. collection
Morphology and Its Relation to
Phonology and Syntax (1998, CSLI Publications).
is Associate Professor of Linguistics at the
University of California, Davis. is Professor of
Linguistics and Asian Languages at Stanford University.
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