1: Jenny Audring and Francesca Masini: Introduction: Theory and theories in morphology PART I: Issues in morphology 2: Stephen R. Anderson: A short history of morphological theory 3: Rochelle Lieber: Theoretical issues in word formation 4: Gregory Stump: Theoretical issues in inflection PART II: Morphological theories 5: Thomas Stewart: Structuralism 6: Pius ten Hacken: Early Generative Grammar 7: Fabio Montermini: Later Generative Grammar and beyond: Lexicalism 8: Daniel Siddiqi: Distributed Morphology 9: Antonio Fabregas: Minimalism in morphological theories 10: Laura J. Downing: Optimality Theory and Prosodic Morphology 11: Rachel Nordlinger and Louisa Sadler: Morphology in LFG and HPSG 12: Livio Gaeta: Natural Morphology 13: James P. Blevins, Farrell Ackerman, and Robert Malouf: Word and Paradigm Morphology 14: Gregory Stump: Paradigm Function Morphology 15: Dunstan Brown: Network Morphology 16: Nikolas Gisborne: Word Grammar Morphology 17: Ronald W. Langacker: Morphology in Cognitive Grammar 18: Francesca Masini and Jenny Audring: Construction Morphology 19: Ray Jackendoff and Jenny Audring: Relational Morphology in the Parallel Architecture 20: Oliver Bond: Canonical Typology PART III: Morphological theory and other fields 21: Peter Arkadiev and Marian Klamer: Morphological theory and typology 22: Ana R. Luis: Morphological theory and creole languages 23: Matthias Huning: Morphological theory and diachronic change 24: Angela Ralli: Morphological theory and synchronic variation 25: Elma Blom: Morphological theory and first language acquisition 26: John Archibald and Gary Libben: Morphological theory and second language acquisition 27: Christina Gagne and Thomas Spalding: Morphological theory and psycholinguistics 28: Niels O. Schiller and Rinus G. Verdonschot: Morphological theory and neurolinguistics 29: Vito Pirrelli: Morphological theory and computational linguistics 30: Donna Jo Napoli: Morphological theory and sign languages References Index
Jenny Audring is Assistant Professor of Linguistics at Leiden University. She specializes in morphology and has written extensively on grammatical gender. Her research interests range from linguistic complexity and Canonical Typology to Construction Morphology and morphological theory. She is the co-editor, with Sebastian Fedden and Greville G. Corbett, of Non-Canonical Gender Systems (OUP 2018) and co-author, with Ray Jackendoff, of a forthcoming OUP monograph on the texture of the mental lexicon. Francesca Masini is Associate Professor of Linguistics at the University of Bologna. Her research interests are in semantics, morphology and the lexicon, primarily within Construction Grammar and Construction Morphology. Her main focus is on multiword expressions, word classes, lexical typology, and the lexicon-syntax interface. She is currently Associate Editor of The Oxford Encyclopedia of Morphology, a special project of The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics.