A new research monograph by Iván Tamaredo is out!

 

Iván Tamaredo-Meira, a member of the VLCG team, has just published the following important research monograph:

Complexity, efficiency, and language contact: Pronoun omission in World Englishes. (Linguistic Insights 270). Bern: Peter Lang, 2020. ISBN: 978-3-0343-4066-3; 292 pp.

This book, originating in the author’s PhD thesis (2018), supervised by Teresa Fanego and J. Carlos Acuña Fariña, provides an assessment of the contribution of pronoun omission to the complexity and efficiency of varieties of English and the influence of language contact on its attestation and pervasiveness.

Table of contents and additional information available at:

https://www.peterlang.com/view/title/72508?format=HC

Congratulations!

 

 

 

9 Comments

  1. Ignacio Palacios says:

    This is very good news indeed. Warmest congratulations!

  2. MONTSERRAT COMESAÑA says:

    Congrats Iván!!;)

  3. Esperanza Rama says:

    Congratulations Iván!

  4. David Tizón says:

    Congrats Iván! :-)

  5. Loureiro Porto, Lucía says:

    Congrats, Iván (and also Teresa and Carlos)! Great news, indeed!

  6. Loli González says:

    Great news! Congrats, Iván!

  7. Elena Seoane says:

    Congratulations! Looking forward to reading it!

  8. Paula Rodríguez Puente says:

    Congratulations!!

  9. Noelia Castro Chao says:

    Congratulations!!

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