Publications – MiMS project

PUBLICATIONS – MiMS                                                           Presentations

Rothman, Jason, Fatih Bayram, Tanja Kupisch, Terje Lohndal & Marit Westergaard. To appear. ‘Generative Approaches to Second Language (L2) Acquisition and Advanced L2 Proficiency.’ In A. Benati & P. Malovrh (eds.), The Handbook of Advanced Proficiency in Second Language Acquisition. New York: Blackwell/Wiley.

Jensen, Isabel N., Roumyana Slabakova & Marit Westergaard. 2017. ‘The Bottleneck Hypothesis in L2 acquisition: A study of L1 Norwegian speakers’ knowledge of syntax and morphology in L2 English.’ In Maria LaMendola & Jennifer Scott (eds.), Proceedings of the 41st annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 333-346. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. OPEN ACCESS here.

Anderssen, Merete, Kristine Bentzen, Guro Busterud, Anne Dahl, Jelena Didriksen, Björn Lundquist & Marit Westergaard. Submitted. ‘The Acquisition of Word Order in L2 Norwegian: The case of Subject and Object Shift.’ Nordic Journal of Linguistics.

Bayram, Fatih, Mike Iverson, Tanja Kupisch, Eloi P. Mayenco, David Miller, Jason Rothman & Marit Westergaard. 2017. ‘Differences in Use without Deficiencies in Competence: Passives in the Turkish and German of Turkish Heritage Speakers in Germany.’ International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. Available here.

Lohndal, Terje, Jason Rothman, Tanja Kupisch & Marit Westergaard. Accepted. ‘Heritage Language Acquisition and Attrition: What it Reveals and Why it is Important for Formal Linguistic Theories.’ Language and Linguistics Compass.

Anderssen, Merete & Marit Westergaard. Submitted. ‘Crosslinguistic similarities and differences in bilingual acquisition and attrition: Possessives and double definiteness in Norwegian heritage language.’ Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.

Anderssen, Merete & Marit Westergaard. Submitted. ‘Frequency and Crosslinguistic Influence in Heritage Language: Subject Shift and Object Shift in Norwegian.’ Lost in Transmission [Studies in Bilingualism]. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

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