Studies in Language

Online-first articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet been published in an issue.

30 January 2024

Sequentiality: A novel use of the perfect in Gã
Akua Campbell | 32 pp.

29 January 2024

Evidentiality as a grammaticalization passenger: An investigation of evidential developments in Tibetic languages and beyond
Eric Mélac and Joanna Bialek | 44 pp.
Frequency differences in reportative exceptionality and how to account for them: A case study on verbal reportative markers in French, Dutch and German
Tanja Mortelmans | 41 pp.

3 January 2024

‘Until’ constructions and expletive negation in Huasteca Nahuatl
Jesús Olguín Martínez | 28 pp.

8 December 2023

On the link between grammaticalization and subjectification: The case of the Dutch modals
Jan Nuyts | 30 pp.

28 November 2023

The paradigmaticity of evidentials in the Tibetic languages of Khams
Dawa Drolma and Hiroyuki Suzuki | 30 pp.

21 November 2023

Evidentiality, discourse prominence and grammaticalization
Kasper Boye | 33 pp.

17 November 2023

Speaking about knowledge: Evidentiality and the ecology of language
Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald | 32 pp.