The contributions in this volume are devoted to various aspects of the internal and external syntax of DPs in a wide variety of languages belonging to the Slavic, Turkic, Finno-Ugric, Semitic and Germanic language families. In particular, the papers address questions related to the internal and external cartography of various types of simplex and complex DPs: the position of DPs within larger structures, agreement in phi-features and/or case between DPs and their predicates, as well as between sub-elements of DPs, and/or the assignment of case to DPs in specific configurations. The first four chapters of the book focus primarily on the external syntax of DPs, and the remaining chapters deal with their internal syntax.
1. List of contributors; 2. List of abbreviations; 3. List of figures; 4. Editors' note; 5. Preface; 6. Introduction (by Grosu, Alexander); 7. The overgeneration problem and the case of semipredicatives in Russian (by Franks, Steven L.); 8. Polish equatives as symmetrical structures (by Bondaruk, Anna); 9. Syntactic (dis)agreement is not semantic agreement (by Danon, Gabi); 10. A Note on Oblique Case: Evidence from Serbian / Croatian (by Horvath, Julia); 11. The structure of null subject DPs and agreement in Polish impersonal constructions (by Krzek, Malgorzata); 12. The feature geometry of generic inclusive null DPs in Hungarian (by Dalmi, Grete); 13. Possessives within and beyond NP: Two ezafe- constructions in Tatar (by Pereltsvaig, Asya); 14. On pre-nominal classifying adjectives in Polish (by Cetnarowska, Bozena); 15. Determiners and Possessives in Old English and Polish (by Bartnik, Artur); 16. Agreement and definiteness in Germanic DPs (by Katzir, Roni); 17. Transparent free relatives: two challenges for the grafting approach (by Grosu, Alexander); 18. Index